The role of genre, identity, and rhetorical agency in the military writing of post-9/11 student-veterans
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Since the Post-9/11 GI Bill was signed into law in August 2009, hundreds of thousands of student-veterans and more than $3.6 billion have poured into college campuses nationwide. Student-veterans have brought with them incredible life experiences, maturity, and self-discipline, as well as different learning styles and stressors that traditional students typically do not face. Recent qualitative research about this population has primarily been dedicated to their transitions and disabilities, but relatively few researchers have explored student-veterans' academic preparation acquired in those ...