|Title:||Who says?: working-class rhetoric, class consciousness, and community,|
|Publication Info:||Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
|Series:||Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture,|
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Who says? working-class rhetoric, class consciousness, and community
Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c2007
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English language--Discourse analysis.
English language--Social aspects.
Who says?: working-class rhetoric, class consciousness, and community,
Part I: Toward a Working-Class Rhetorical Tradition
Part II: Rhetorics of the Workplace
Part III: Rhetorical Critiques of Working-Class Pop Culture