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Keyword - Technologies

Multiple technologies, including media literacies
Research Summaries

Bean, T. W., Valerio, P. C., & Senior, H. M. (1999). Intertextuality and the e-mail discussion of a multicultural novel in secondary American literature. In T. Shanahan & F. Rodriguez-Brown (Eds.), Forty-eighth yearbook of the National Reading Conference (pp. 376-386). Chicago: National Reading Conference.

Cammack, D. W. (2002). Literacy, technology, and a room of her own: Analyzing adolescent girls’ online conversations from historical and technological literacy perspectives. In D. Schallert, C. Fairbanks, J. Worthy, B. Maloch, & J. Hoffman (Eds.), Fifty-first yearbook of the National Reading Conference (pp. 129-141). Chicago: National Reading Conference.

Hasselbring, T. S., & Goin, L. (2004). Literacy instruction for older struggling readers: What is the role of technology? Reading and Writing Quarterly, 20, 123-144.

Love, K., & Hamston, J. (2004). Committed and reluctant male teenage readers: Beyond bedtime stories. Journal of Literacy Research, 36, 335-400.

Merchant, G. (2001). Teenagers in cyberspace: An investigation of language use and language change in internet chatrooms. Journal of Research in Reading, 24, 293-306.