Lessons Learned from Transnational Lives: Toward a Sociomaterialist Literacy
The conclusion details the social, pedagogical, and scholarly implications of a socio-materialist theory of literacy. This theory emphasizes how literacy practices and products accrue meaning as they circulate through individual lives and the institutions that regulate them. It argues that effective literacy pedagogy needs to look beyond language, to literacy’s materiality.
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