Dialogue reflexif sur les etudes quebecoises de la litteratie, le regard des New Literacy Studies

Papen, Uta and Collette, Karine (2013) Dialogue reflexif sur les etudes quebecoises de la litteratie, le regard des New Literacy Studies. Globe: Revue Internationale d'Etudes Quebecoises, 16 (1). pp. 133-159. ISSN 1923-8231

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This interview with Uta Papen, Prepared by Karine Collette with the goal of Creating a reflexive dialogue, addresses key aspects of literacy research in Quebec-as Represented by the Articles published in this edition of Globe-from the perspective of the dominant theoretical approach in the English speaking world derived, namely the New Literacy Studies. The goal is to show how an Anglo-American scholar, with a background in social anthropology and ethnography, views literacy studies in Quebec, and encourages further Thereby debate and reflection. Altho presented in the form of an interview, Papen's comments are in no way spontaneous. She received in advance Both the texts on All which she Would the issues and how she Would Be Abebooks web sites. After Being transcribed, and reviewed her answers Were, Where Necessary, edited. The result is a "dialogue" in All which the perspectives of multiple authors and research traditions mee - repeating, interrogating, and debating each other 'along the way. The interaction of different voices thesis Reveals Some issues of convergence, Especially Regarding the need to study and describe local and cultural literacies, examining em Within Their Specific contexts, analyzing and Their occasional point of contact. Indeed, socio-cultural and Ideological perspectives on literacy studies REMAIN uncommon in Quebec, Where research tend to be shaped by pragmatic AIMS and the resulting and studies tend to adopt a functional perspective.

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