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Author Tardy, Christine M., author.

Title Beyond convention : genre innovation in academic writing / Christine Tardy (University of Arizona) ; foreword by Dana R. Ferris.

Published Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, [2016]
©2016.

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 UniM Bail  808.0420711 TARD    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 198 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-191) and index.
Contents Chapter 1 Why Innovation? 5 -- Genre and Convention 6 -- What Is "Genre Innovation"? 9 -- Innovating Genres 12 -- A Case for Studying Genre Innovation 17 -- Chapter 2 A Theoretical and Methodological Toolkit 21 -- Theories of Innovation 21 -- Study of Creativity 27 -- Identity, Ethos, and Legitimacy 34 -- Summary of Conceptual Tools 37 -- Researching Innovation 42 -- Chapter 3 Innovation in Academic Research Genres 50 -- Functions of Genre Innovation in Academic Research 50 -- Role of Intention in Innovation 70 -- Understanding Academic Genre Innovation Ecologically 72 -- Chapter 4 Convention and Innovation in Learning (to Write in) a Discipline 95 -- Environmental Science and ES 350: Research Methods 97 -- Communicating Values of Creativity and Innovation in Research Methods 101 -- Perceiving and Judging Creativity and Innovation in Student Work 108 -- Possibilities for Creativity and Innovation in the Science Research Classroom 117 -- Production and Reception of Innovation as a Situated Process 126 -- Chapter 5 Genre Innovation in the Academic Writing Classroom 128 -- Key Features of Genre Innovation 130 -- A Theoretical Rationale for Innovation in the Writing Classroom 132 -- Exploring Genre Innovation in the Classroom 144 -- Chapter 6 Centrality of Genre Innovation 169 -- A Case for Genre Innovation 170 -- Looking Ahead 173.
Subject Academic writing -- Study and teaching.
Interdisciplinary approach in education -- Study and teaching.
ISBN 9780472036479
0472036475