Theoretical orientations

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Theoretical orientations

  1. 1. Becoming a writer is a complex process of acknowledging, using, and accessing to writing practices affected by the own personal history (Herrington y Curtis, 2000), and by institutional and disciplinary requirements and expectations, particularly, from disciplinary and university/institutional cultures (Hall y López, 2011). Either faculty members or students… Literacies practices in Higher Education Writing is conceived as a historical and ideological practice and thus highly cognitively specialized (Bazerman, 2006; Kalman, 2008). Writing is an intertwined practice between university/institutional contexts and disciplinary epistemologies (Lea y Street, 1998; Carlino, 2008). Academic Disciplines units CurriculumWhat counts as writing centers?

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