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Hornberger Francis M. Hult Constant Leung Gemma Moss Elaine Richardson Anna Robinson-Pant Alan Rogers Brain V. Street Encyclopedia of Language and Education VOLUME 3: DISCOURSE AND EDUCATION General Editor Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA Editorial Advisory Board Neville Alexander, University of Cape Town, South Africa Colin Baker, University of Wales, UK Marilda Cavalcanti, UNICAMP, Brazil Caroline Clapham, University of Lancaster, UK Bronwyn Davies, University of Western Sydney, Australia Viv Edwards, University of Reading, UK Frederick Erickson, University of California at Los Angeles, USA Joseph Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne, Australia Luis Enrique Lopez, University of San Simon, Bolivia Allan Luke, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, Roskilde University, Denmark Bernard Spolsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel G.

S T R E E T contexts, noting such specific examples as Chinese immigrant youth in the USA, and youth uses of digital technologies and blogging. They conclude by expecting and encouraging research on several fronts: ever changing conceptions of space, place, and borders; multiple identities; and inequality and social reproduction. Many of the chapters in this volume offer ways of addressing these aims in specific contexts, in and out of formal education. David Bloome then brings us back to Literacies in the Classroom, but now seen from a broader and more methodologically sophisticated perspective than usually serves to pronounce on mandated policy in this area.

Encyclopedia of Language and Education Volume 3 DISCOURSE AND EDUCATION Edited by MARILYN MARTIN-JONES University of Birmingham School of Education UK and ANNE-MARIE DE MEJÍA Universidad de los Andes Centro de Investigación y Formación en Educación Colombia and NANCY H. co Nancy H. edu General Editor: Nancy H. edu Library of Congress Control Number: 2007925265 ISBN-13: 978-0-387-32875-1 The electronic version will be available under ISBN 978-0-387-30424-3 The print and electronic bundle will be available under ISBN 978-0-387-35420-0 Printed on acid-free paper.

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