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Chapter 4 explores the ways in which writing is a relational communication process that is informed by and shapes our identities and values as writers and scholars in learning and teaching in higher education.

Discussion Questions

  1. How do you see yourself as a writer, and how do you want others to see you as a writer?
  2. What matters to you about writing?
  3. Which of these priorities relate to discipline-specific work and might be a benefit or a barrier to writing in a different field?
  4. What does dialogue with differently positioned people reveal to you about your identities? In what ways have you used or could you use writing to develop your identities and support the development of others’ identities?