Regrounding critical literacy : representation, facts and reality
Luke, Allan (2011) Regrounding critical literacy : representation, facts and reality. In Hawkins, Margaret (Ed.) Key Perspectives on Languages and Literacies. Routledge, New York.
A discussion of the pivotal theoretical and practical issue in the teaching of critical literacies: the relationship between representation and material social, economic and ecosystemic reality. The argument here is that models of critical literacy are contingent upon a principled and grounded pursuit of material social, economic and ecological realities 'outside' of textual representation per se.
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