WRTG 328W - Writing and Style [GEWI]
What is “style” and how does it impact the rhetorical effectiveness of writing? In this writing intensive course, students study different definitions and assumptions of style as it relates to writing and rhetoric; how style has changed over time; how styles change based on genre, purpose, and media; and the implications of style in writing processes.
Projects include stylistic/rhetorical analysis of a variety of texts (print, advertisements, videos, websites, etc.), a comparison of different style guides and writing advice texts, and an analysis of revision practices.
Credit 3 hrs Normal (A-F)
May not be repeated for additional credit
Prerequisites - JRNL 215 , WRTG 225 , ENGL 300W , WRTG 323W , WRTG 324W , or WRTG 326W
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing
Keywords: writing , Writing Intensive (GEWI)
Equivalent Courses: ENGL 328W, ENGL 328
Updates: Change to title and description 10/2018, effective Fall 2019; Change to description 10/2017, effective Winter 2018; Change to prefix 10/2013, effective Summer 2014; Change to number and approved for GEWI 5/2012
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