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Literacy in the New Media Age

Published on Jan 1, 2003
Gunther Kress36
Estimated H-index: 36
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1. The futures of literacy: modes, logics and affordances 2. Preface 3. Going into a different world 4. Literacy and multimodality: a theoretical framework 5. What is literacy?: resources of the mode of writing 6. A social theory of text: genre 7. Multimodality, multimedia and genre 8. Meaning and frames: punctuations of semiosis 9. Reading as semiosis: interpreting the world and ordering the world 10. Some items for an agenda of further thinking
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