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ENGL 1101/02 ESOL: English Composition I & II (Bray): Finding Sources

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"In locating and reading a journal article, for example, a student may accept the entirety of what the article presents (a dominant reading), may accept the study's general argument but disagree with other points (a negotiated reading), or may reject the article altogether and substitute another interpretation (a resistant reading)."

-Eamon Tewell, "Toward the Resistant Reading of Information: Google, Resistant Spectatorship, and Critical Information Literacy"

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