Nonacademic Writing: Social Theory and Technology

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I thank the following colleagues for insightful observations and stimulating conversation through the drafts of this chapter: Cynthia Myers, Helen Rothschild Ewald, and Charlotte Thralls. I am especially grateful to Christianna White for her contributions to this project.


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