AP/WRIT 1703 6.00 Writing Process: Invention, Originality, and Ethics
General Education Course
In this course, students develop social science research, writing, and critical thinking skills through the study of writers in the act of writing. How do writers generate, find, borrow, and develop ideas? What principles, beliefs, and motivations govern this process? Students pursue this study using ethnographic methods and engaging with theories of invention, intellectual property, and knowledge construction. Prerequisites: None. Course credit exclusions: AP/WRIT 1700 9.00, AP/WRIT 1701 9.00, AP/WRIT 1702 9.00. Note: This is an approved LA&PS General Education course: Social Science.