Critical literacy : politics, praxis, and the postmodern / edited by Colin Lankshear and Peter L. McLaren ; with a foreword by Maxine Greene.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©1993.
Description
xxii, 443 pages ; 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Editor
Writer of foreword
Series
  • Teacher empowerment and school reform [More in this series]
  • SUNY series, Teacher empowerment and school reform
Notes
Colin Lankshear is a New Zealand author.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
  • Critical literacy as political intervention : three variations on a theme / Kevin Harris
  • Informing critical literacy with ethnography / Gary L. Anderson and Patricia Irvine
  • Critical literacy and the politics of gender / Barbara Bee
  • The challenge of popular education in the Grenada revolution / Didacus Jules
  • Words to a life-land : literacy, the imagination, and Palestine / Chris Searle
  • Between moral regulation and democracy : the cultural contradictions of the text / Michael W. Apple
  • Literacy and urban school reform : beyond vulgar pragmatism / Dennis Carlson
  • Literacy, pedagogy, and English studies : postmodern connections / James A. Berlin
  • Postmodernism and literacies / James Paul Gee
  • Reading and writing the media : critical media literacy and postmodernism / David Sholle and Stan Denski.
  • Feminist literacies : toward emancipatory possibilities of solidarity / Jeanne Brady and Adriana Hernández
  • (Dis)connecting literacy and sexuality : speaking the unspeakable in the classroom / Kathleen Rockhill
  • Literacy and the politics of difference / Henry Giroux
  • Critical literacy and the postmodern turn / Peter L. McLaren and Colin Lankshear.
ISBN
  • 0791412296 ((hbk.))
  • 9780791412299 ((hbk.))
  • 079141230X ((pbk.))
  • 9780791412305 ((pbk.))
LCCN
91039669
OCLC
25009506
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