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I like this person . . they like me . . we like writing emails to each other . . let’s see what brews. Co-authors reach provisional consensus, but their differences are not reduced. Those differences may be held in suspension, or they may all appear in some way in the co-authored text, but successful co-authors are able to ﬁnd common ground. Not only do the co-authors in our study ﬁnd consensus not undesirable—they claim to have reached it by working through and with differences but without any sense of loss whatsoever.
This group even resisted marking each other’s work or writing transitions to connect the sleeves W hy St u dy Ac a d e m i c Co - Au t h o r s ? 31 and the body. Yes, they stitched together a whole, but any garment consisting of several pieces is seamed where the parts join. ”) Other teams described their work as “intertwined” or “woven” together, metaphors which seem compatible with our original deﬁnition of co-authoring: face-to-face, word-by-word collaborative writing. Priscilla S. Rogers and Marjorie S.
However, we acknowledge that any generalizations we make may apply only to the group of co-authors we studied. 6 So, identifying features which apply to all co-authoring may be difﬁcult. Creamer (1999) recognizes “joint or multiple authorship of a publication [as] a convention generally used to recognize a substantial, intellectual contribution to a publication” (274). This deﬁnition, in its simplicity, may be as close as we get to a generalization about co-authoring; it allows the discourse to continue in that it embraces a wide array of collaborative writing conﬁgurations.
Apollo and the Archaic Temple at Corinth by Bookidis N.