Mark A. Hannah
Mark A. Hannah
Associate Professor of English, Arizona State University
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Thinking with Bruno Latour in rhetoric and composition
P Lynch, N Rivers
SIU Press, 2015
362015
Legal Literacy: Coproducing the Law in Technical Communication
MA Hannah
Technical Communication Quarterly 20 (1), 5-24, 2011
232011
The Social Help Desk: Examining How Twitter is Used As a Technical Support Tool
C Lam, MA Hannah
Communication Design Quarterly Review 4 (2), 37-51, 2016
162016
Locating the Terms of Engagement: Shared Language Development in Secondary to Postsecondary Writing Transitions
MA Hannah, C Saidy
College Composition and Communication 66 (1), 120-144, 2014
162014
Innovation in the Knowledge Age: Implications for Collaborative Science
MM Hinrichs, TP Seager, SJ Tracy, MA Hannah
Environment Systems and Decisions, 1-12, 2016
142016
Drawing From Available Means: Assessing the Rhetorical Dimensions of Facebook Practice
MA Hannah, C Lam
International Journal of Business Communication, 1-23, 2015
142015
Patterns of Dissemination: Examining and Documenting Practitioner Knowledge Sharing Practices on Blogs
MA Hannah, C Lam
Technical Communication 63 (4), 328-345, 2016
122016
Flipping the Audience Script: An Activity That Integrates Research and Audience Analysis
C Lam, MA Hannah
Business and Professional Communication Quarterly 79 (1), 28-53, 2016
112016
Cultivating conditions for access: A case for “case-making” in graduate student preparation for interdisciplinary research
MA Hannah, A Arreguin
Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 47 (2), 172-193, 2017
52017
Meeting students where they are: Advancing a theory and practice of archives in the classroom
C Saidy, M Hannah, T Sura
Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 41 (2), 173-191, 2011
52011
Bridge the Planetary Divide
AD Anbar, CB Till, MA Hannah
Nature 539 (7627), 25-27, 2016
42016
Flexible Assembly: Latour, Law, and the Linking(s) of Composition
MA Hannah
Thinking with Bruno Latour in Rhetoric and Composition, 219-233, 2015
42015
Group Tacit Knowledge and Globally Distributed Virtual Teams: Lessons Learned from Using Games and Social Media in the Classroom
S Spierre Clark, A Berardy, MA Hannah, TP Seager, E Selinger, ...
Connexions: International Professional Communication Journal 3 (1), 113-151, 2015
42015
Mapping the terrain: Examining the conditions for alignment between the rhetoric of health and medicine and the medical humanities
MA Hannah, L Arduser
Technical Communication Quarterly 27 (1), 33-49, 2018
32018
Connecting Programmatic Research with Social Media: Using Data from Twitter to Inform Programmatic Decisions
C Lam, MA Hannah, E Friess
Programmatic Perspectives 8 (2), 47-71, 2016
3*2016
Beyond the "I": Framing a model of participatory ethical decision-making for international engineering communication
MA Hannah, A Berardy, SG Spierre, TP Seager
Connexions: International Professional Communication Journal 1 (2), 11-41, 2013
32013
Theorizing a rhetoric of connectivity
MA Hannah
Purdue University, 2011
32011
Objects of O2: A posthuman analysis of differentiated language use in a cross-disciplinary research partnership
MA Hannah
Posthuman Praxis in Technical Communication, 2018
22018
Against the Grain: The Secret Role of Dissents in Integrating Rhetoric Across the Curriculum
MA Hannah, S Salmon
Nevada Law Journal 935, 2020
2020
Against the Grain: The Secret Role of Dissents in Integrating Rhetoric across the Curriculum
MA Hannah, S Salmon
Nev. LJ 20, 935, 2019
2019
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