Composing Academic Identities: African-American Students as Language Researchers
Describes a research project in a first-year composition course that helps African-American university students draw on and develop their code-switching skills.
||African-American Students, Writing Instruction, Code-Switching, Academic Discourse
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.241-248.
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Janet Bean teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in composition. Her research interests include educational access, language diversity, and the relationship between writing and identity.
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