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Research practices in literacies across languages and social domains

2019-04-24

Research practices in literacies across languages and social domains

The heterogeneous literacy practices through which meanings are (re/de)constructed and/or (de)legitimized in the social world have been addressed through multiple epistemological lenses across disciplines, languages and social domains. The pontentialities of the literacy studies to enhance comprehension about and/or intervene in meaning construction and circulation processes lie especially in the cross-disciplinary research approaches privileged by scholars in the field. The multiplicity of perspectives that have informed literacy studies is thus depicted by the fruitful dialogues it has established with several areas: Applied Linguistics, Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis, Literature, Education, Cultural Studies, Sociocultural Theory, among many others. Such multiple and efervescent interdisciplinary dialogues are also portrayed through the many qualifiers to literacies: new literacy studies, multiliteracies, critical literacies, ideological literacies, academic literacies etc.

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v. 58 n. 1 (2019): Language, education and transnationalism
Publicado: 2019-04-17

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