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Barton David, Hamilton Mary & Ivanic Roz (2000). Situated Literacies : Theorising Reading and Writing in Context. London : Routledge. 
Added by: Marie Musset (08 Feb 2011 12:54:57 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: Barton2000
Categories: General
Keywords: littératie, production écrite
Creators: Barton, Hamilton, Ivanic
Publisher: Routledge (London)
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Abstract     
Situated Literacies is a rich and varied collection of key writings from leading international scholars in the field of literacy. Each contribution, written in a clear, accessible style, makes the link between literacies in specific contexts and broader social practices.

Detailed ethnographic studies of a wide variety of specific situations, all involving real texts and lived practices, are balanced with general claims about the nature of literacy. Contributors address a coherent set of issues:

* the visual and material aspects of literacy

* concepts of time and space in relation to literacy

* the functions of literacies in shaping and sustaining identities in communities of practice

* the relationship between texts and the practices associated with their use

the role of discourse analysis on literacy studies

These studies, along with a foreword by Denny Taylor, make a timely and important contribution to literacy theory and suggest directions for the further development of the field. Situated Literacies is essential reading for anyone involved in literary education.
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