thanks to all that helped, for those of you who requested that I send out
a copy of the paper to you, I will get them off in the mail this week.
For those of you, who may have missed this message, here is a re-post
On Thu, 29 Feb 1996, Cameron Smith wrote:
>> A couple of months ago I began my thesis which will examine the metaphors
> in biology textbooks. Specifically, I am looking at the human
> reproduction chapter to look at the story told of how the sperm and the
> egg come together.
>> This group offered some wonderful discussion for me to review and also
> some possible directions for the thesis.
>> I need to ask for help once again.
>> Unlike high school textbooks which are usually recommended by each
> respective state, the textbooks used in the biology 100 or biology 1
> (survey course; usually for G.E. requirement) are subject only to each
> respective adoption policies. Furthermore, no publisher will release info
> as to what schools use which textbooks, nor will they release publication
> numbers. As such I must ask each dept. to tell me what textbook they are
> using. I am then trying to get a desk copy from the publisher, or ask
> someone in that department to make a copy for me on the human
> reproduction chapter (human sperm and egg union story) + the title page
> and source cite.
>> This is a very time consuming process, and I thought I might try this
> medium which can reach others in a more time efficient manner.
>> HERE'S THE REQUEST:
> If you are at a University or College in the biology dept. would you
> possible email me the title and author, publication date, and publisher
> of that text.
>> Further info:
>> My name is Cameron Smith, I am a graduate student in the Department of
> Communication, at California State University, Chico. My background lies
> within feminism, rhetoric, and postmodernism. I have already done a
> metaphorical critique of a biology textbook "Biology: Concepts and
> Connections" by Neil Campbell, et. al.
> If you would like to see it I will gladly email it or send it through the
>> thanks in advance,
>> cameron Smith
>> p.s. please email me perosnally with the cites
>cameron at ecst.csuchico.edu>>>