Faculty Publications 2017

Dr. Jacob Rawlins

Agency in Action: Exploring User Responses and Rhetorical Choices in Interactive Data Displays

Wilson, G., Rawlins, J., & Crane, K. (2017). Agency in Action: Exploring User Responses and Rhetorical Choices in Interactive Data Displays. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 0(0), 1-29.

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Dr. Grant Eckstein

Self-directed language development: A study of first-year college writers

Ferris, D., Eckstein, G., DeHonde, G. (2017). Self-directed language development: A study of first-year college writers. Research in the Teaching of English, 51(4), 418-440.

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Dr. Grant Eckstein

Comparing L1 and L2 texts and writers in first-year composition

Eckstein, G., & Ferris, D. (2017). Comparing L1 and L2 texts and writers in first-year composition. TESOL Quarterly. DOI: 10.1002/tesq.376

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Dr. Alan Manning

The Mormon Entombed in Mark Twain's Heart: Ina Coolbrith and Samuel Clemens Revisited

Nicole Amare and Alan Manning Mark Twain Journal, vol. 55, pp. 159-192, 2017.

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Dr. Royal Skousen

Analysis of Textual Variants of the Book of Mormon, 2nd Edition

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Dr. Troy Cox

Understanding Intermediate-Level Speakers' Strengths and Weaknesses: An Examination of OPIc Tests From Korean Learners of English

Foreign Language Annals Vol. 50, Issue 1

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Dr. Troy Cox

Comparative Discourse Analysis of Spanish Past Narrations from the ACTFL OPI and OPIc.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/flan.12302/full

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Dr. Cynthia Hallen

Rhetoric For English Language Learners: Language Features of Five Latter-day Saint Devotional Talks.

Res Rhetorica, ISSN 2392-3113, Rhetoric of religion edition 2 (2017), p. 44-60

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Dr. Janis Nuckolls

Lexicography in-your-face: The active semantics of Pastaza Quichua ideophones

Canadian Journal of Linguistics 62(2):1-19 · April 2017

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