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Troubling identity and literacy : young adolescents' subjectivities and literacies using popular culture texts
The purpose of this 20-week, cross-continental study was to map how seven, 12- and 13-year-old young adolescents living in Australia and the United States used popular culture in their literacy lives to construct notions ...
This multiple-case qualitative study details seven-months of research conducted with five adolescent struggling readers, designed to examine their experiences in schools and the implications of these experiences on their ...
Reading identity in developmental college readers
The purpose of this study was to explore reading identity in students who were placed by low college placement exams in a mandatory developmental reading class (termed Learning Support Classes by the institution). Sociocultural ...
Literacy narratives toward identity and community in a first-grade classroom
In this study,Andrea M.Pintaone-Hernandez discusses how notions of identity and community are intricately linked with the enactment of a critical literacy pedagogy in one first-grade classroom at a suburban elementary ...
Full circle:native cherokee's perceptions of modern education
The purpose of this study was to learn how enrolled members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians living on the Snowbird Reservation perceive education in current times and how their perceptions relate to the continuance ...