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Power and Contact: Transcending Authority in the Classroom
One of the prerequisites or unavoidable results of multiculturalism is that the classroom becomes what Mary Louise Pratt calls a "contact zone." But how does the teacher keep discussion productive without taking sides? How does the teacher abdicate enough authority to diminish the asymmetricality but not so much that the class becomes a shapeless mass?
Author/Creator: Murray, Bob
Date Published: 03-00
Notes: Connect to the catalog at the library of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (47th, Milwaukee, WI, March 27-30, 1996).
120 Opinion Papers; 150 Speeches/Meeting Papers; 141 Reports--Descriptive
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