Edited By Fredric G. Gale, Phillip Sipiora and James L. Kinneavy
Ethical Issues in College Writing is the first systematic, book-length exploration of ethics in college writing. It includes essays by many of the most respected scholars in the field. The book should be of interest to writing teachers at universities, colleges, community colleges, and technical colleges across the country.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., Wien, 1999. XIX, 249 pp.
Contents: Cavid Bleich: The Ethics of Ethics – James L. Kinneavy: Ethics and Rhetoric: Forging a Moral Language for the English
Classroom – Fredric G. Gale: Legal Rights and Responsibilities in the Writing Classroom – Phillip Sipiora: Ethics and Ideology
in the English Classroom – W. Ross Winterowd: Doing English – James Comas: Ethics, Ethos, Habitation – Gary A. Olson: Encountering
the Other: Postcolonial Theory and Composition Scholarship – Rosalind J. Gabin: Ethos and Ethics: Ancient Concepts and Contemporary
Writing – Kathleen Ethel Welch: Ethics, Rhetorical Action, and a Neoliberal Arts – C. Jan Swearingen: The Hermeneutics of
Suspicion and Other Doubting Games: Reclaiming Belief in the Writing of Reading and the Reading of Writing – James S. Baumlin
/ George H. Jensen / Lance Massey: Ethos, Ethical Argument, and Ad Hominem in Contemporary Theory – David L.
Erben / Kelli Erben: A Rhizomatic Ethics of Interpretation.