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The Cambridge handbook of literacy

ed. by D. R. Olson, N. Torrance


The Cambridge handbook of literacy

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Cambridge University Press

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Part I. Literacy as a Scientific Subject: 1. The literacy episteme (from Innis to Derrida) Jens Brockmeier and David Olson; Part II. Literacy and Language: 2. Grammotology Peter T. Daniels; 3. Speech and writing Roy Harris; 4. The origins and co-evolution of literacy and numeracy Steven Chrisomalis; 5. Are there linguistic consequences of literacy? Comparing the potentials of language use in speech and writing Douglas Biber; 6. Becoming a literate language user: oral and written text construction across adolescence Ruth A. Berman and Dorit Ravid; 7. The challenge of academic language Catherine Snow and Paola Uccelli; 8. The basic processes in reading: insights from neuroscience Usha Goswami; 9. Language and literacy from a cognitive neuroscience perspective Karl Magnus Petersson, Martin Ingvaar, and Alexandra Reis; Part III. Literacy and Literatures: 10. Ways of reading Elizabeth Long; 11. Conventions of reading Heather Murray; 12. Literacy, reading and concepts of the self Carolyn Steedman; 13. Reading as a woman, being read as a woman Lisbeth Larsson; 14. Literacy and the history of science Karine Chemla; 15. Scientific literacy Steven Norris and Linda Phillips; 16. Digital literacy Teresa Dobson and John Willinsky; 17. Literacy, video games and popular culture James Paul Gee; Part IV. Literacy and Society: 18. Ethnography of writing and reading Brian Street; 19. The origins of Western literacy: literacy in Ancient Greece and Rome Rosalind Thomas; 20. Literacy from late antiquity to the early Middle Ages, c. 300-800 Nicholas Everett; 21. Chinese literacy Feng Wang, Yaching Tsai and William Shi-Yuan Wang; 22. The elephant in the room: language and literacy in the Arab world Niloofar Haeri; 23. Literacy, modernization, the intellectual community and civil society in the western world Frits van Holthoon; Part V. Literacy and Education: 24. The teaching of literacy skills in Western Europe: an historical perspective (16th to 20th centuries) A.-M. Chartier; 25. The configuration of literacy as a domain of knowledge Liliana Tolchinsky; 26. Literate thinking: metalinguistics and metacognition Bruce Homer; 27. Cultural and developmental predispositions to literacy Alison Garton and Chris Pratt; 28. Literacy and international development: education and literacy as human rights Joe Farrell; 29. Adult literacy education in industrialized nations Tom Sticht; 30. New technologies for literacy and international development Daniel Wagner; 31. Literacy theory and literacy policy David Olson.

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