OverviewPART I: WRITING AND THE RHETORICAL SITUATION. 1. What Is Writing Today? Analyzing Literacy Events and Practices. 2. The Choices Writers Make: Writing a Rhetorical Analysis. 3. Persuasion and Responsibility: Writing a Position Paper. 4. The Rhetorical Work of the Essay: How Form Embodies Purpose. PART II: GENRES OF WRITING. 5. Memoirs. 6. Letters. 7. Profiles. 8. Reports. 9. Commentary. 10. Proposals. 11. Reviews. 12. Multigenre Writing: Publicity, Advocacy Campaigns, and Social Movements. PART III: WRITING AND RESEARCH PROJECTS. 13. Doing Research: Critical Essays, Research Papers, and Magazine Articles. 14. Working with Sources. 15. A Guide to Print, Electronic, and Other Sources. 16. Fieldwork and the Research Report. PART IV: DELIVERY: PRESENTING YOUR WORK. 17. Visual Design. 18. Web Design. 19. Oral Presentations and PowerPoint. PART V: WRITERS AT WORK. 20. Case Study of Composing. 21. Collaborative Writing Projects. 22. Writing Portfolios.