Misguided Expectations: The Ideological Framework of the Autonomous Model

Authors

  • Nancy G. Barrón Northern Arizona University
  • Sibylle Gruber Northern Arizona University

Keywords:

literacy experiences, implicit expectations, complicit behaviors, transcultural lives

Abstract

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Author Biographies

Nancy G. Barrón, Northern Arizona University

Nancy Guerra Barrón is a professor of Rhetoric, Writing, and Digital Media Studies at Northern Arizona University. Her research interests and publications include writing across the disciplines, in-house internship programs, professional mentoring, media client-projects, digital presentation skills, and cultural identity and historical narratives. She teaches courses that address a western history of rhetoric, climate change and rhetorical narratives, and technological influences on truths.

Sibylle Gruber, Northern Arizona University

Sibylle Gruber is a professor of Rhetoric, Writing, and Digital Media Studies at Northern Arizona University. She has published on immigrant narratives, feminist rhetorics, technological literacies, composition theories and practices, and transnational rhetorics. Her current work focuses on projects that explore the complexities of transnational, translingual, and transcultural identities in a globalized society.

Published

2021-02-12

How to Cite

Barrón, N. G., & Gruber, S. . (2021). Misguided Expectations: The Ideological Framework of the Autonomous Model. Literacy in Composition Studies, 8(2), 146-155. Retrieved from https://licsjournal.org/index.php/LiCS/article/view/858

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