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Adolescent Literacies and the Gendered Self : (Re)constructing Identities through Multimodal Literacy Practices

By: Guzzetti, Barbara J.
Contributor(s): Bean, Thomas.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (169 p.).ISBN: 9781136199196.Subject(s): EDUCATION / General | Gender identity - United States | Gender identity -- United States | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Literacy | Literacy - Sex differences - United States | Literacy -- Sex differences -- United States | Literacy - Social aspects - United States | Literacy -- Social aspects -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Adolescent Literacies and the Gendered Self : (Re)constructing Identities through Multimodal Literacy PracticesDDC classification: 428.4071 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; ADOLESCENT LITERACIES AND THE GENDERED SELF; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Table of Contents ; Foreword by Theresa Rogers ; Preface ; PART I Gender Influences and Identities in Literacy and Literature ; 1 Outside Interests and Literate Practices as Contexts for Increasing Engagement and Critical Reading for Adolescent Boys ; 2 Taking Patriarchy to Task: Youth, YouTube, and Young Adult Literature; 3 Masculinity and Portrayals of African American Boys in Young Adult Literature: A Critical Deconstruction and Reconstruction of this Genre
4 One World: Understanding the Discourse of Benevolent Girlhood through Critical Media Literacy PART II Gender Influences and Identities in New Literacies Practices ; 5 The Image You Choose is the Avatar You Use: Re-thinking Gender in New Literacies ; 6 Girls' Zines as a Global Literacy Practice: Stories of Resistance and Representation; 7 Literacies, Identities, and Gender: Reframing Girls in Digital Worlds ; 8 Entrepreneurship Education and Gendered Discursive Practices ; 9 A Cautionary Tale: Online School Book Clubs Are No Panacea for African American Adolescent Females' Coming to Voice
10 Gender, Multimodal Practices, and Global Citizenship in Rural Settings 11 A New Look at Girls, Gaming, and Literacies ; PART III Gender and Literacy: Issues and Policies ; 12 The Girl Citizen-Reader: Gender and Literacy Education for 21st Century Citizenship ; 13 Who Will ""Save the Boys""? (Re)Examining a Panic for Underachieving Boys ; 14 Inventing Masculinity: Young Black Males, Literacy, and Tears; 15 Gendered Subjectivities in Online Spaces: The Significance of Genderqueer Youth Writing Practices in a Global Time; Index
Summary: <P>Today's youth live in the interface of the local and the global. Research is documenting how a world youth culture is developing, how global migration is impacting youth, how global capitalism is changing their economic and vocational futures, and how computer-mediated communication with the world is changing the literacy needs and identities of students. This book explores the dynamic range of literacy practices that are reconstructing gender identities in both empowering and disempowering ways and the implications for local literacy classrooms. As gendered identities become less essential
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Cover ; ADOLESCENT LITERACIES AND THE GENDERED SELF; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Table of Contents ; Foreword by Theresa Rogers ; Preface ; PART I Gender Influences and Identities in Literacy and Literature ; 1 Outside Interests and Literate Practices as Contexts for Increasing Engagement and Critical Reading for Adolescent Boys ; 2 Taking Patriarchy to Task: Youth, YouTube, and Young Adult Literature; 3 Masculinity and Portrayals of African American Boys in Young Adult Literature: A Critical Deconstruction and Reconstruction of this Genre

4 One World: Understanding the Discourse of Benevolent Girlhood through Critical Media Literacy PART II Gender Influences and Identities in New Literacies Practices ; 5 The Image You Choose is the Avatar You Use: Re-thinking Gender in New Literacies ; 6 Girls' Zines as a Global Literacy Practice: Stories of Resistance and Representation; 7 Literacies, Identities, and Gender: Reframing Girls in Digital Worlds ; 8 Entrepreneurship Education and Gendered Discursive Practices ; 9 A Cautionary Tale: Online School Book Clubs Are No Panacea for African American Adolescent Females' Coming to Voice

10 Gender, Multimodal Practices, and Global Citizenship in Rural Settings 11 A New Look at Girls, Gaming, and Literacies ; PART III Gender and Literacy: Issues and Policies ; 12 The Girl Citizen-Reader: Gender and Literacy Education for 21st Century Citizenship ; 13 Who Will ""Save the Boys""? (Re)Examining a Panic for Underachieving Boys ; 14 Inventing Masculinity: Young Black Males, Literacy, and Tears; 15 Gendered Subjectivities in Online Spaces: The Significance of Genderqueer Youth Writing Practices in a Global Time; Index

<P>Today's youth live in the interface of the local and the global. Research is documenting how a world youth culture is developing, how global migration is impacting youth, how global capitalism is changing their economic and vocational futures, and how computer-mediated communication with the world is changing the literacy needs and identities of students. This book explores the dynamic range of literacy practices that are reconstructing gender identities in both empowering and disempowering ways and the implications for local literacy classrooms. As gendered identities become less essential

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<p>Barbara J. Guzzetti is Professor, Arizona State University, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences and also Affiliated Faculty, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and School for Social Transformation, Women's and Gender Studies.</p> <p>Thomas W. Bean is Professor of Literacy/Reading at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA and Co-Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in the Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education.</p>

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