Gary Colombo, Los Angeles City College; Robert Cullen, San Jose State University; Rereading America remains the most widely adopted book of its kind. Apr 8, Available in: Paperback. Rereading America remains the most widely adopted book of its kind because it works: instructors tell us time and. Rereading America has ratings and 24 reviews. Gary Colombo, ” Rereading America” has remained the most widely adopted book of its kind because of.

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Also in response to instructors’ requests for more writing instruction, there are now more questions that help students apply to their own writing the strategies used in the readings.

If you are intending to broaden your mind, this is a good book for you. Barbara and Mantsios use their articles to describe the most common forms of denial of individual amrrica that are currently seen in the American society. The problem with this book is that it only tackled I had to read this for my college diversity English class. This anthology includes a pretty wide range of viewpoints and ideas about topics like gender relations, education and race – from Rick Santorum to Thoreau.

I had amerkca read this for my college diversity English class. However, most of the articles in the book attempt to reduce the common feeling and help expose the deeper roots of the concern.

It’s a collection of articles which subject matter is rooted in American culture. The problem with this book is that it only tackled one side of things, not multiple sides of the issues. Rereading America really hits its stride in the last section, where our concept of democracy is discussed in light of the War on Terror.

The offerings are grouped according to a theme: Books by Gary Colombo. In conclusion, therefore, the book Rereading America seeks to demonstrate through facts and expert opinions that the American dream ought to be rethought. A welcomed change of pace from having to read a shelf rerexding books for a class to reading essays that we could really get ou I was recommended this book by an English teacher at NYU, I had to get it as a textbook for a class.


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You are not really encouraged to delve deeper into what you really believe, only what the author’s of the book want to push you towards. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Equal opportunity for all Anerica is one of the concepts that has developed over time with a wide range of experts and scholars exploring the equity issue from different perspectives.

The concepts explored in the book relate to the revelation that the American dream was never going to be realized, at least not by everybody.

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This is the kind of book that I would really want to read in my free time, all the articles are very informative, interesting and thought-provoking. For common America, the fact the people of a specific gender of a specific social class have a lesser individual opportunity for growth and empowerment is rather common.

My library Help Advanced Book Search. No eBook available Amazon. The image contributes to the discourse by exploring the historical perspective of the concern and how it affects more people than we can see from the outside. Provocative questions are raised – things that might shock kids out of complacency.

His conclusion was therefore that the higher the social class of a student and his family, the higher the chances that the student will score high grades. Class is more interesting for me and my students because we’re discussing and writing about issues that matter tereading their lives and mine.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Apr 04, Francis rated it really liked it. The essays are poignant and focused, balanced by authors on both sides of the spectrum.

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I really liked reading essays dealing with education as a means of socialization first and foremost above learning, and especially an essay detailing a compelling and justified call for black reparations.

Visit Our Student Store Save money. Rereading America remains the most widely adopted book of its kind because it works: The image also demonstrates that social classes do significantly affect everyone and even americx one broad class, there are even smaller classes that take the exact same shape as in the general society.

Robert Cullen is professor emeritus of English at San Jose State University, where he taught a wide range of courses in writing, rhetoric, composition pedagogy, and American literature. Opportunities such as good education and healthy eating will not be prioritized. So, this is not a book that I took too seriously once I realized it. It was a college textbook for my son.

Reredaing articles bring about the deep realities that most Americans assume to be unrelated to their lives in the past and the future. I think many people of my generation already know that gender is fluid, racism is still an issue, and the nuclear family is almost an anomaly. Never dry or boring, always open-minded and challenging you to think deeper I was required to get this book for my first college English course, and I found amsrica to be the best “Textbook” I have ever read.