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Tables of Contents for Multilingual Literacies
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgements
ix
 
Contributors
xi
 
List of Figures
xvii
 
List of Tables
xxi
 
Foreword
xxiii
 
David Barton
Introduction Multilingual literacies
1
16
Marilyn Martin-Jones
Kathryn Jones
Literacy events and literacy practices: theory and practice in the New Literacy Studies
17
14
Brian Street
SECTION I: CHILDREN'S WORLDS OF LITERACY: HOME, SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
31
114
Work or play? `Unofficial' literacies in the lives of two East London communities
37
18
Eve Gregory
Ann Williams
Power relations and the social construction of `literacy' and `illiteracy': the experience of Bangladeshi women in Birmingham
55
16
Adrian Blackledge
Learning to read and write at home: the experience of Chinese families in Britain
71
20
An Ran
Language, literacy and world view
91
12
Viv Edwards
Hubisi Nwenmely
Language and literacy practices in Gujarati Muslim families
103
24
Raymonde Sneddon
Children writing in a multilingual nursery
127
18
Charmian Kenner
SECTION II: TEXTS, IDENTITIES AND ADULT WORLDS
145
84
Enterprising women: multilingual literacies in the construction of new identities
149
22
Marilyn Martin-Jones
Writing switching in British Creole
171
18
Mark Sebba
Mediators and mediation in multilingual literacy events
189
20
Mike Baynham
Helen Lobanga Masing
Texts, mediation and social relations in a bureaucratised world
209
20
Kathryn Jones
SECTION III: CREATING SPACES FOR MULTILINGUAL LITERACIES IN LOCAL COMMUNITY CONTEXTS
229
44
Languages and literacies for autonomy
233
14
Ahmed Gurnah
Gender, literacy and community publishing in a multilingual context
247
26
Yasmin Alam
SECTION IV: RESEARCHING LANGUAGES AND LITERACIES IN THEIR SOCIAL CONTEXTS
273
80
Taking account of history and culture in community-based research on multilingual literacy
275
24
Mukul Saxena
Photography in collaborative research on multilingual literacy practices: images and understandings of researcher and researched
299
20
Rachel Hodge
Kathryn Jones
Constructing a critical, dialogic approach to research on multilingual literacy: participant diaries and diary interviews
319
34
Kathryn Jones
Marilyn Martin-Jones
Arvind Bhatt
Afterword Multilingual literacies, literacy practices, and the continua of biliteracy
353
16
Nancy Hornberger
Bibliography
369
20
Index
389