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Difference, Silence, and Cultural Practice Readings in the Textual Politics of Literacy Education

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The authors examine the crucial role of language and literacy education in the construction of contemporary cultural and economic conditions. The chapters—drawing on critical and post-structuralist approaches—argue that differences are regarded as never neutral but always in relations of power, in which apparently normal practice, and in which the melding of linguistic and cultural differences, always constitutes a production site of contestation and silencing. Year: 2001 Pages: 432

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