Greg Wilson

Rhetoric, Technical & Professional Communication, Rhetoric of Science, Cultural Studies

 
 

REFEREED ARTICLES

Wilson, Greg, and Rachel Wolford. "The Technical Communicator as (Post-Postmodern) Discourse Worker." Journal of Business and Technical Communication. 31.1 (2017). Print.

Rawlins, Jacob D., and Greg Wilson. "Agency and Interactive Data Displays: Internet Graphics as Co-Created Rhetorical Spaces.” Technical Communication Quarterly. 24.2 (2015). Print.

Wilson, Greg. “Arguing for Torture: Using Articulation Theory to Understand the Cultural and Ideological Work of George W. Bush’s Military Comissions Speech.” Enculturation; a journal of rhetoric, writing, and culture. 16 (2013). Online.

Herndl, Carl G., Jean Goodwin, Lee Honeycutt, Greg Wilson, S. Scott Graham, and David Niedergeses. “Talking sustainability: Identification and Division in an Iowa Community.” Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. 35 (2011): 436-61. Print.

Wilson, Greg and Alyson Wilson. “Collaboration at Frontiers of the Discipline.” Academic Exchange Quarterly. 13.4 (2010): 94-7. Print.

Ford, Julie Dyke, Jennifer L. Bracken, and Gregory D. Wilson. “The Two-Semester Thesis Model: Emphasizing Research in Undergraduate Technical Communication Curricula.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication. 39.4 (2009): 433-53. Print.

Wilson, Alyson, Laura McNamara, and Greg Wilson. “Information Integration for Complex Systems.” Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 92 (2007): 121-130. Print.

Wilson, Greg and Carl Herndl. “Boundary Objects as Rhetorical Exigence: Knowledge Mapping and Interdisciplinary Cooperation at Los Alamos National Laboratory.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication. 21 (2007): 129-154. Print.

Herndl, Carl, and Greg Wilson. “Reflections on Field Research and Professional Practice.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication. 21 (2007): 216-26. Print.

Wilson, Greg, and Julie Dyke Ford.  “The Big Chill:  A Conversation with Seven Professionals Ten Years After They Graduated with Master’s Degrees in Technical Communication.” Technical Communication. 50.2 (2003): 145-159. Print. [This article also appears in its entirety as an exemplar of qualitative technical communication research in A Research Primer for Technical Communication: Methods, Exemplars, and Analyses. Eds. Michael A. Hughes and George F. Hayhoe, New York: Routledge, 2007. Print.]

Wilson, Greg. "Technical Communication and Late Capitalism: Considering a Postmodern Technical Communication Pedagogy." Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 15.1 (2001): 72-99. Print.

BOOKS AND CHAPTERS
Wilson, Alyson, Gregory Wilson, and David H. Olwell, eds. Statistical Methods in Counterterrorism. New York: Springer, 2006. Print.

Michalak, Sarah, and Gregory Wilson. “Modeling and Parameterization for Smallpox Simulation Study.” Statistical Methods in Counterterrorism. Ed. Alyson Wilson, Gregory Wilson, David H. Olwell. New York: Springer, 2006. Print.

 


NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Rejoinders in Rhetoric Journals

Wilson, Greg. "Conversations about Postmodernism, Technical Communication, and Pedagogy: A Response to Catherine Fox and David Fisher." Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 15.2 (2001): 249-252. Print.

Wilson, Greg, Carl G. Herndl, and Julie Simon. "Saving Rusty." Composition Studies, 27.2 (1999): 127-128. Print. (A Response to comments on "Playing in Traffic: Cultural Studies and Composition Pedagogy")

 

Book Reviews

Wilson, Greg. Rev. of Chance Rules: An informal guide to probability, risk and statistics (2nd ed.), by Brian Everitt. The American Statistician. 64.1 (2010): 88-89. Print.

Wilson, Greg, Carl G. Herndl, and Julie Simon. "Playing in Traffic: Cultural Studies and Composition Pedagogy." Composition Studies, 27.1 (1999): 93-107. Print.

 

Inter-Disciplinary Articles in Professional Magazines

Sallie Keller-McNulty, Alyson Wilson, and Greg Wilson. “The Impact of Technology on the Scientific Method.” Chance. 18.4 (2005): 4-8. Print.

Michalak, Sarah, and Greg Wilson. “Reconsidering Smallpox.” Chance.  18.1 (2005): 38-43. Print.

Wilson, Greg. “Tides of Change: Is Bayesianism the New Paradigm in Statistics?” Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference.  113.1 (2003): 371-4. Print.

 

Encyclopedia Entries

Sims, Benjamin, Andrew Koehler, and Greg Wilson. "Expert Opinion in Reliability." Encyclopedia of Statistics in Quality and Reliability. Ed. F. Ruggeri, R. Kenett and F.W. Faltin. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2007. 626-31. Print.

 

Peer-Reviewed Technical Reports from Los Alamos National Laboratory

Gilmore, Walt, Ben Sims, Mark Mundt, Scott Vander Weil, Arlan Swinhart, Greg Wilson, and Diane Tompkins. Expert Estimation Of High Explosive Violent Reaction (HEVR) Probabilities In Support Of B53 Dismantlement Operations: Summary Report, Volume I (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-01389.  2008. Print.

Gilmore, Walt, Ben Sims, Greg Wilson, Mark Mundt, Arlan Swinhart, Robert Swihart, Robert Sutherland, and Diane Tompkins. Expert Estimation Of High Explosive Violent Reaction (HEVR) Probabilities In Support Of B53 Dismantlement Operations: Data Catalog, Volume II (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-01382.  2008. Print.

Gregory Wilson, Geralyn Hemphill, Alyson Wilson, Paul Edelmann, et al. Analysis Of Certification And Surveillance Data For Pits: Report 6 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-00896. 2008. Print.

Hamada, Michael S., Greg Wilson, Geralyn Hemphill, Paul Edelmann, David Harradine. Analysis Of Certification And Surveillance Data For Pits: Report 7 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-01103. 2008. Print.

Hamada, Mike, Geralyn Hemphill, Paul Edelmann, Greg Wilson. Tracking and Trending of Core Data for Pits (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-00377. 2008. Print.

Harradine, David M., Michael S. Hamada, Gregory D. Wilson, Alyson G. Wilson, Geralyn Hemphill, et al. Gas Reactions and Aging in the W78 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-00358. 2008. Print.

Higdon, Dave M., Brian J. Williams, Alyson G. Wilson, Vincent Chiravalle, Greg Wilson; et al. QMU Methods for Primary Lifetime Estimates (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-08-00520. 2008. Print.

Edelmann, Paul G., Michael S. Hamada, Gregory D. Wilson, Martz, Cheryl Faust. Analysis of Certification And Surveillance Data For Pits: Report 2 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-07-0908. 2007. Print.

Faust, Cheryl, Paul G. Edelmann, Michael S. Hamada, Gregory D. Wilson, Harry Martz. Analysis Of Certification And Surveillance Data For Pits Report 1 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-07-0090. 2007. Print.

Hamada, Michael S., Paul G. Edelmann, Gregory D. Wilson, Cheryl Faust. Analysis Of Certification And Surveillance Data For Pits: Report 3 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-07-0907. 2007. Print.

Hamada, Michael S., Paul G. Edelmann, Gregory D. Wilson, Cheryll Faust. Analysis of Certification and Surveillance Data for Pits: Report 4 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-07-01440. 2007. Print.

Hamada, Michael S., Paul G. Edelmann, Gregory D. Wilson, Cheryll Faust. Analysis of Certification and Surveillance Data for Pits: Report 5 (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-07-01441. 2007. Print.

Harradine, David M., Stephen A. Joyce, Earl C. Lawrence, Alyson G. Wilson, Gregory D. Wilson, et al. Requalification of Plutonium Chemical Aspects of LANL Manufactured Pits (U). Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-07-0510. 2007. Print.

Booth, Steven R., Mark S. McNulty, Matthew M. Nuckols, and Gregory D. Wilson.  “Analysis of Nuclear Radiography Options at Los Alamos National Laboratory.” Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-03-0618. 2003. Print.

Eubank, S., C. Barrett, S. Michalak, D. Roberts, A. Wilson, G. Wilson.  “Assessment of Responses to Smallpox Attack.  Report to the Office of Homeland Security.” Los Alamos National Laboratory Classified Report. LA-CP-02-0284. 2002. Print.


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