New Methods of Literacy Research
- New York : Routledge, 2014, ©2014.
- Physical description
- xv, 267 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
LC149 .N5 2014
- Unknown LC149 .N5 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface: Shifting Times in Literacy Education: Teri Holbrook, Peggy Albers, and Amy Seely Flint Acknowledgements Part I: Methods in Discourse Analysis 1. Microethnographic Discourse Analysis: David Bloome and Stephanie Carter 2. Critical Discourse Analysis in Literacy Research: Rebecca Rogers 3. Temporal Discourse Analysis: Catherine Compton-Lilly 4. Mediated Discourse Analysis: Tracking Discourse in Action: Karen Wohlwend 5. Multimodal (Inter)action Analysis: Sigrid Norris 6. Visual Discourse Analysis: Peggy Albers Part II: Methods in Arts-based and Autoethnographic Research 7. Autoethnography: PS I Love You: Jodi Kaufmann 8. Texts, Affects, and Relations in Cultural Performance: An Embodied Analysis of Dramatic Inquiry: Carmen Medina and Mia Perry 9. Poetic Inquiry: Lorri Neilsen-Glenn 10. A/r/tography: Always in Process: Carl Leggo and Rita L. Irwin 11. Artifactual Literacies: Kate Pahl and Jennifer Rowsell 12. Geosemiotics: Sue Nichols Part III: Methods of Analysis in Digital Technologies, Gaming, and Web-based Research 13. Researching Young Children's Literacy Practices in Online Virtual Worlds: Cyber-ethnography and Multi-method Approaches: Jackie Marsh 14. Video Games and Electronic Media: Catherine Beavis 15. Social Media as Authorship: Methods for Studying Literacies and Communities Online: Glynda Hull, Amy Stornaiuolo, and Jennifer Higgs 16. Analyzing Digital Texts as Literacy Artifacts: Vivian M. Vasquez List of Contributors Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Literacy researchers at all stages of their careers are designing and developing innovative new methods for analyzing data in a range of spaces in and out of school. Directly connected with evolving themes in literacy research, theory, instruction, and practices-especially in the areas of digital technologies, gaming, and web-based research; discourse analysis; and arts-based research-this much-needed text is the first to capture these new directions in one volume. Written by internationally recognized authorities whose work is situated in these methods, each chapter describes the origin of the method and its distinct characteristics; offers a demonstration of how to analyze data using the method; presents an exemplary study in which this method is used; and discusses the potential of the method to advance and extend literacy research. For literacy researchers asking how to match their work with current trends and for educators asking how to measure and document what is viewed as literacy within classrooms, this is THE text to help them learn about and use the rich range of new and emerging literacy research methods.
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- Edited by Peggy Albers, Teri Holbrook, and Amy Seely Flint.