The Routledge handbook of literacy studies

ed. by J. Rowsell, K. Pahl
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List of FiguresList of TablesNotes on ContributorsAcknowledgementsIntroductionJennifer Rowsell and Kate PahlPART IThe foundations of literacy studies1 The social and linguistic turns in studying language and literacyDavid Bloome and Judith Green 2 The New Literacy StudiesJames Paul Gee3 Postcolonial approaches to literacy: understanding the "other"Rahat Naqvi4 Critical literacy education: a kaleidoscopic view of the fieldRebecca Rogers and Katherine O'Daniels5 Bi/multilingual literacies in literacy studiesAngel M. Y. Lin and David C. S. Li PART IISpace-focused approaches6 Socio-spatial approaches to literacy studies: rethinking the social constitution and politics of spaceKathy A. Mills and Barbara Comber 7 Ecological approaches to literacy researchSue Nichols 8 Rural literacies: text and content beyond the metropolis Michael Corbett9 Urban literaciesValerie Kinloch 10 Indigenous literacies in literacy studies Lynn Mario T. Menezes de Souza11 Faith literaciesAndrey Rosowsky PART IIITime-focused approaches12 Historical inquiry in literacy education: calling on clioBill Green and Phillip Cormack 13 Postmodernism and literacy studiesLalitha Vasudevan, Kristine Rodriguez Kerr, Tara L. Conley, and Joseph Riina-Ferrie14 Longitudinal studies and literacy studiesCatherine Compton-Lilly15 Literacy policy and curriculumJim CumminsPART IVMultimodal approaches16 Multimodal social semiotics: writing in online contextsMyrrh Domingo, Carey Jewitt and Gunther Kress17 The semiotic mobility of literacy: four analytical approachesDenise Newfield18 Remaking meaning across modes in literacy studiesDiane Mavers19 Multimodality and sensory ethnographiesAbigail Hackett20 Cultural affordances of visual mode texts in and of Japanese landscapes and young children's emerging comprehension of semiotic textsDylan Yamada-Rice21 Social design literacies: designing action literacies for fast-changing livesJay Lemke and Caspar van Helden PART VDigital approaches22 Popular culture, digital worlds and second language learnersAlice Chik23 Videogames and literacies: historical threads and contemporary practicesSandra Schamroth Abrams24 Virtual spaces in literacy studiesJulia Gillen25 Consumer literacies and virtual world gamesRebekah Willett26 Facebook narrativesJulia DaviesPART VIHermeneutic approaches27 Literary theory and new literacy studies: conversations across fieldsRichard Steadman-Jones and Kate Pahl28 Looking good: aesthetics, multimodality and literacy studiesTheo van Leeuwen29 Poetry, metaphor and performance: literacy as a philosophical actKathleen Gallagher30 Phenomenology and literacy studiesRachel Heydon and Jennifer Rowsell31 Hermeneutics of literacy pedagogyRob Simon and Gerald CampanoPART VIIMaking meaning from the everyday32 Materialising literaciesKate Pahl and Hugh Escott33 Moving voices: literacy narratives in a testimonial cultureMary Hamilton 34 (Im)materialising literaciesCathy Burnett35 English language learners, participatory ethnography and embodied knowing within literacy Burcu Yaman Ntelioglou36 Making, remaking, and reimagining the everyday: play, creativity, and popular mediaKaren E. Wohlwend37 Literacy as worldmaking: multimodality, creativity and cosmopolitanismAmy Stornaiuolo PART VIIICo-constructing literacies with communities38 Literacy studies and situated methods: exploring the social organization of household activity and family media useLisa H. Schwartz and Kris D. Gutierrez39 Oral history as a community literacy projectValerie J. Janesick40 Participatory methodologies and literacy studiesSaskia Stille 41 The affordances and challenges of visual methodologies in literacy studiesMaureen Kendrick42 Literacy with mobiles in print poor communitiesSue Muller, Hilary Janks, and James EM Stiles43 Literacies and research as social changeClaudia Mitchell and Casey BurkholderIndex
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