Language, ethnography, and education : bridging new literacy studies and Bourdieu
- New York, NY : Routledge, 2012.
- Physical description
- vi, 224 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
LC149 .L235 2012
- Unknown LC149 .L235 2012
- Grenfell, Michael, 1953-
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -217) and index.
- 1. Introduction Part I: Bridging New Literacy Studies and Bourdieu - Principles 2. Classroom Ethnography - David Bloome 3. New Literacy Studies - Brian Street 4. Bourdieu, Language and Education - Michael Grenfell Part II: Language, Ethnography and Education: - Practical Studies 5. LETTER: Learning for Empowerment Through Training in Ethnographic-style Research - Brian Street 6. Seeing with a Different Eye - Kate Pahl 7. Artifactual English - Jennifer Rowsell 8. 'All that Jazz': Classroom Reading as Intertextual Practice -David Bloome and Ayanna Brown Part III: Working at the Intersections - In Theory and Practice 9. New Literacy Studies and Bourdieu: Working at the Intersections of Theory and Practice - Cheryl Hardy 10. A Future Synthesis: Bourdieu, Ethnography and NLS - Michael Grenfell 11. Conclusion.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This frontline volume contributes to the social study of education in general and literacy in particular by bringing together in a new way the traditions of language, ethnography, and education. Integrating New Literacy Studies and Bourdieusian sociology with ethnographic approaches to the study of classroom practice, it offers an original and useful reference point for scholars and students of education, language, and literacy wishing to incorporate Bourdieu's ideas into their work. More than just a set of stand-alone chapters around social perspectives on language interactions in classrooms, this book develops and unfolds dialogically across three sections: Bridging New Literacy Studies and Bourdieu - Principles; Language, Ethnography and Education - Practical Studies; Working at the Intersections - In Theory and Practice. The authors posit 'Classroom Language Ethnography' as a genuinely new perspective with rich and developed traditions behind it, but distinct from conventional approaches to literacy and education - an approach that bridges those traditions to yield fresh insights on literacy in all its manifestations, thereby providing a pathway to more robust research on language in education.
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- Publication date
- Michael Grenfell ... [et al.].