Reconceptualizing the Literacies in Adolescents' Lives: Bridging the Everyday/Academic Divide

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INDEX
academic achievement 92, 113, 129, 266
academic literacy 51, 78, 115, 237; as viewed by a school media specialist 132–136
academic vocabulary 98, 100
adolescence ix, 4–6, 34, 80, 160, 209
African American xiv, 112, 119, 127, 139–140, 144, 147–149, 151–152, 157, 162–163, 165, 199–201, 204, 208–209, 212–221, 237, 240, 265,
Alvermann, D.E. 46, 60, 73, 98, 115, 226, 244, 271
Asian cultures 34, 44, 66, 119; as in Asian Americans 199
autobiography 143, 160–180, 202
awareness building 50, 272–273
Bakhtin, M. 120, 142–143, 147, 154–156, 158
Bartolomè, L. I. 239
Barton, D. 77
Bean, T. 60, 187
Black Feminist Epistemology 163
Black males 112–119, 122, 124–126, 128–129 see also African American males xiv, 112,119, 127, 199–201, 204
Bloome, D. 86
Bomer, R. viii–xi, xiii
boundary crossing 226–227, 235, 239–240
Bruns, A. 260
Buckingham, D. 7, 273
Cammack, D.W. 87
Catcher in the Rye 5–6, 9–12, 17–18, 21
Coiro, J.L. 87
collaborative action research 224, 227
Collins, P. H. 163
comics 37, 29, 41, 43, 93, 120, 270, as in forensic comic books 94–95, 99, 105, 107
content analysis 95, 97–98
Court TV 98
Crime Scene Club 97
critical literacy 7, 122–123, 139–159, 186–187, 224–226, 241
critical media literacy 224–225, 229, 237–239
critique, of New Literacies competencies 84–87
CSI 82, 94–95, 97–99, 102–107, 133, 136
culturally relevant pedagogy 119, 123, 215, 225
curriculum xiv, 18–19, 29, 92–96, 98, 100–102, 115–120, 128, 135–136, 141–142, 144, 178, 185, 187, 195, 204, 211, 215–216, 218–221, 225–228, 232, 235, 241, 248, 266, 270–271, 273–274
De Certeau, M. 31–37, 40, 44–46
Delpit. L. 141–143, 146–147, 150–151, 153–154, 157
digital divide 49–51
digital literacy 244

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