Tracing the Turn: The Rise of Multimodal Composition in the U.S.




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JOHNSON, LUCY A., i KRISTIN L. AROLA. 2016. „Tracing the Turn: The Rise of Multimodal Composition in the U.S.”. "Res Rhetorica" 3 (1).