David R. Russell
David R. Russell
Professor of English, Iowa State University
Verified email at iastate.edu
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Rethinking genre in school and society: An activity theory analysis
DR Russell
Written communication 14 (4), 504-554, 1997
12551997
Writing in the academic disciplines: A curricular history
DR Russell
SIU Press, 2002
12042002
Activity theory and its implications for writing instruction
D Russell
Reconceiving writing, rethinking writing instruction, 51-77, 1995
5051995
Looking beyond the interface: Activity theory and distributed learning
DR Russell
Distributed learning: Social and cultural approaches to practice, 64-82, 2002
3092002
Exploring notions of genre in “academic literacies” and “writing across the curriculum”: Approaches across countries and contexts
DR Russell, M Lea, J Parker, B Street, T Donahue
Genre in a changing world, 395-423, 2009
3052009
Writing across the curriculum in historical perspective: Toward a social interpretation
DR Russell
College English 52 (1), 52-73, 1990
2911990
Writing and genre in higher education and workplaces: A review of studies that use cultural--historical activity theory
DR Russell
Mind, Culture, and Activity 4 (4), 224-237, 1997
2291997
Big picture people rarely become historians”: Genre systems and the contradictions of general education
DR Russell, A Yañez
In C, 2003
2142003
Writing selves, writing societies: Research from activity perspectives
C Bazerman, DR Russell
WAC Clearinghouse, 2003
1612003
American origins of the writing-across-the-curriculum movement
DR Russell
Landmark Essays, 3-22, 2020
1562020
Landmark Essays on Writing Across the Curriculum: Volume 6
C Bazerman, D Russell
Routledge, 2020
1502020
Vygotsky, Dewey, and externalism: Beyond the student/discipline dichotomy
DR Russell
Journal of Advanced Composition, 173-197, 1993
1381993
Writing in the academic disciplines, 1870-1990
DR Russell
Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1991
1141991
Writing and learning in cross-national perspective: Transitions from secondary to higher education
D Foster
Routledge, 2017
1112017
Where do the naturalistic studies of WAC/WID point to
DR Russell
2001). WAC for the new millennium: Strategies for continuing writing-across …, 2001
962001
Uses of Activity Theory in Written
DR Russell
Learning and expanding with activity theory 40, 2009
932009
Activity theory and process approaches: Writing (power) in school, and society
DR Russel
841999
Writing across the curriculum and the communications movement: Some lessons from the past
DR Russell
College Composition and Communication 38 (2), 184-194, 1987
681987
Contradictions regarding teaching and writing (or writing to learn) in the disciplines: What we have learned in the USA
D Russell
REDU: Revista de Docencia Universitaria 11 (1), 161, 2013
672013
Writing in multiple contexts: Vygotskian CHAT meets the phenomenology of genre
DR Russell
622010
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