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2018
Fiftieth Anniversary of TETYC
  • ISSN: 0098-6291
  • E-ISSN: 1943-2356

Abstract

Published scholarship on two-year college writing programs began in 1990; has developed through two identifiable stages, from descriptive to prescriptive; and is on the cusp of entering a third stage, the ethical, in which we must know and account for the potentially harmful effects of our writing programs.

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