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POPULAR CULTURE AND LITERACY LEARNING: NEGOTIATING MEANING WITH EVERYDAY LITERACIES

@inproceedings{Jamison2007POPULARCA,
  title={POPULAR CULTURE AND LITERACY LEARNING: NEGOTIATING MEANING WITH EVERYDAY LITERACIES},
  author={Sara J. Jamison},
  year={2007}
}
This paper is written in response to the prevalence of popular culture in everyday lives and the broadening definitions of literacy that result. With professional concern about the relevance, meaningfulness and effectiveness of literacy curriculum in public schools, this paper examines the effects of popular culture texts on literacy learning of public school students. The terms popular culture, popular culture texts and literacy are defined within the historical, cultural, and sociopolitical… Expand
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