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Gender, Physiological States, Self-Regulatory Skills and Writing Self-Efficacy
by Springer, Donna, Ed.D.  Piedmont College. 2017: 143 pages; 10285245.
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Perceptions of Writing Centers in the Community College Ways that Students, Tutors, and Instructors Concur and Diverge
by Missakian, Ilona Virginia, Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine. 2015: 200 pages; 3717093.
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Exploring Japanese graduate students' perceptions of English and Japanese academic writing: A case study
by Sasagawa, Emiko, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 123 pages; 1504532.
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An Exploration of a Collaborative Blogging Approach to Literacy and Learning: A mixed methods study
by Zawilinski, Lisa Marie, Ph.D.  University of Connecticut. 2012: 222 pages; 3533971.
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Practices and Literacy Ideologies of Post-Secondary First-Year English Composition Instructors Teaching Long-Term English Learners
by Gambardella, Elizabeth Anna, Ed.D.  Southern Connecticut State University. 2017: 155 pages; 10634923.
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Approaching a Pedagogy of Game Writing
by Hudson, Seth Andrew, Ph.D.  George Mason University. 2018: 195 pages; 10811219.
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A Life of Process and Progress: The Influence of Writer Donald M. Murray
by Graves, Seth Robert, M.A.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2010: 215 pages; 13850737.
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An altar to "integrative solidarity": A mestiza (Xicana, Filipina, and Euroamerican) approach to creative texts
by Smith, Cristina Rose, Ph.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2014: 350 pages; 3621058.
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Writing tutorial interactions with international graduate students: An empirical investigation
by Reinking, Laurel Denise, Ph.D.  Purdue University. 2012: 290 pages; 3556577.
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How do proficient intermediate grade writers perceive writing in school?
by Schimmel, Tammy Weiss, Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2007: 181 pages; 3260111.
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Affiliation and participation: What fannish practices can tell us about building community in the writing center
by Mayfield, Hannah Marie, M.A.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2016: 99 pages; 10118006.
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Un/commonplaces: Redirecting research and curricula in rhetoric and writing studies
by McNely, Brian Jeremy, Ph.D.  The University of Texas at El Paso. 2009: 201 pages; 3371754.
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The Writing-Based Practice: The Development of Social and Emotional Awareness in Adolescents
by Parkin, Johanna, Ed.D.  Gwynedd Mercy University. 2017: 304 pages; 10616852.
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Wraparound Services for Undocumented Latino Families in Los Angeles: A Grant Writing Project
by Bonilla, Brenda, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2020: 52 pages; 27837276.
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Why we teach “ESL” Writing: A Socio-Historic Discussion of an Undergraduate ESL Program
by Leonard, Duane Eric Paul, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2011: 352 pages; 3474416.
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A more perfect union: A service-learning and basic writing pedagogy
by Jensen, Deborah R., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 74 pages; 1507766.
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Creative confidence: Self-efficacy and creative writing in an out-of-school time program and beyond
by Deegan, Allison, Ed.D.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 252 pages; 3448618.
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A Qualitative Case Study of Social Technology's Influence on Student Writing
by Wolven, Winifred Ann Reed, Ed.D.  Grand Canyon University. 2015: 280 pages; 3687115.
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