Across the Disciplines
In this article, we examine undergraduate research as a site of rhetorical development by listening to undergraduate researchers narrate and reflect upon their work as it unfolds. We draw from diary entries and follow-up interviews with eighteen undergraduate researchers at two different institutions, analyzing the rhetorical and affective elements of undergraduate research. Connecting undergraduate research with the concept of meaningful writing, we conclude by offering recommendations for teachers, mentors, and administrators.
Johnson, Kristine and Rifenburg, J. Michael, "Rhetoric and Affect in Undergraduate Research: A Diary Study" (2022). University Faculty Publications and Creative Works. 590.