Literacy As Cultural Practice: Some Concluding Stories
Reading and Writing Quarterly
In this concluding article to the special issue, the author briefly summarizes some of the major points made in the preceding articles. He discusses the importance of the issues raised herein as an effort to rewrite the dominant and often alienating textual discourses that serve to define and subsequently describe the literacy work of students. Brief stories of students defined as severely disabled becoming literate are offered to complement the important issues brought out in this issue. © 2003 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
Department of Special Education
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Kliewer, Christopher, "Literacy As Cultural Practice: Some Concluding Stories" (2003). Faculty Publications. 3253.