Children re-read and re-write their neighbourhoods: critical literacies and identity work
Comber, Barbara & Nixon, Helen (2004) Children re-read and re-write their neighbourhoods: critical literacies and identity work. In Evans, J (Ed.) Literacy moves on : using popular culture, new technologies and critical literacy in the primary classroom. David Fulton Publishers, United Kingdom, pp. 115-132.
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