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Volume 5, Issue 2

Volume 5, Issue 2
Spring 2003
ISSN 1523-1615

Literacy, Education, and Development: Reflections from the World Literacy Series

Guest Editorial Introduction

Social Studies of Literacy and Comparative Education
Lesley Bartlett


Articles

What’s ‘New’ in New Literacy Studies? Critical Approaches to Literacy in Theory and Practice
Brian Street

Whose Language Is It Anyway? Historical Fetishism and the Construction of Expertise in Bolivian Language Planning
Aurolyn Luykx

First Steps to Literacy in Chinese Classrooms
John Ingulsrud and Kate Allen


Responses

Practical Challenges to NLS (Response to “What’s ‘New’ in New Literacy Studies”)
Joyce Kim

Response to “Whose Language Is It Anyway? Historical Fetishism and the Construction of Expertise in Bolivian Language Planning”
Mercedes del Rosario and Nanda Warren

Literacy and National Identity in China: Local Responses to Political Intervention in Education (Response to “First Steps to Literacy in Chinese Classrooms”)
Mizuho Iinuma


Afterword

Afterword: Theories, Policies, Practices

Jo Anne Kleifgen