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Recherches en écritures : regards pluriels

Abstract : In February 2014, nearly 1,200 researchers from 60 countries took part in the Third Writing Research Across Borders Conference, which presented a “cross­border” panorama of recent happenings in research in writing. These borders were not only geographical borders, but epistemological ones as well, since writing is a complex matter that resists being considered as a whole. The borders are also linguistic, since research into writing is notemphasized in the same way, according to whether the language for the intellectual sphere is English or French. This is why the articles in this review have been published in the language in which they were originally written. The first two Sections concern articles about the activity of writing, in compulsory schooling on the one hand; and in the Academic and Professional worlds in the other hand. The third Section concerns articles which deal with the cognitive and linguistic dimensions of writing. A panorama of present-­day research in writing is presented through the articles in this book – as a witness to the manner in which our knowledge of writing and learning how to write is progressing.
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Sylvie Plane, Charles Bazerman, Fabienne Rondelli, Christiane Donahue, Arthur N. Applebee, et al.. Recherches en écritures : regards pluriels. Congrès Writing Research Across Borders III, Feb 2014, Paris, France. 13, Presses universitaires de Nancy - Éditions universitaires de Lorraine, 2016, Recherches textuelles, 978-2-909498-29-4. ⟨hal-01503023⟩



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