Aspiring literacy specialists' (un)certainty: A critical discourse analysis

@inproceedings{Stevens2014AspiringLS,
  title={Aspiring literacy specialists' (un)certainty: A critical discourse analysis},
  author={Elizabeth Years Stevens},
  year={2014}
}
The purpose of this study was to explore the identities and discourses of 10 students who were completing their Literacy Education MS studies to gain certification as literacy specialists. More specifically, it asked: 1) What do beginning literacy specialists’ discourses reveal about their evolving identities? 2) On what discourses do they draw? 3) How are situational, institutional, and societal contexts implicated? A sociocultural view that context, history, culture, discourse, power, and… CONTINUE READING

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