Identity Work and Cultural Artefacts in Literacy Learning and Use: A Sociocultural Analysis

@article{Bartlett2005IdentityWA,
  title={Identity Work and Cultural Artefacts in Literacy Learning and Use: A Sociocultural Analysis},
  author={L. Bartlett},
  journal={Language and Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={1 - 9}
}
  • L. Bartlett
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Language and Education
This paper aims to contribute a sociocultural theoretical perspective for the creative identity work involved in the ongoing process of learning and using literacies. Drawing on anthropological theories of identity formation, I argue that people employ cultural resources, such as cultural artefacts, to develop new identities and literacies. I illuminate these processes by drawing examples from interviews with adult literacy students in Brazil and current literature in sociocultural studies of… Expand
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