Intergenerational Literacies

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Intergenerational Literacies

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Title: Intergenerational Literacies
Author: Phillips, Lisa
Description: My account of intergenerational literacies considers the back-and-forth nature of literacy. We learn from our elders, teach our children, and learn from our children. Our ability to respond to our web of relations necessarily expands our notion of literacy to include what is beyond the written word. In the audio file, I relate a specific story from my childhood. In the text, I complicate my intergenerational literacies to include my mother's loss of literacy through Alzheimer's Disease.
Bookmark: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.DALN/3390
Date: 2012-11-18

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