Our three readings this week center on identity and the role of the technical communicator from the perspectives of feminist theory, authorship, and workplace autonomy. All of these, I’d argue, are attempts to refine the field at the point of the individual. You might feel a tug toward “ethics” in these articles – that’s the next set of readings, of course – but there’s a common sense that before these pieces were written, the field was more about the “hows” of TC than the “shoulds.” So… of the “shoulds” represented in this triad, which “shoulds” resonate with you? Or not?
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