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Becoming Educated: Young People's Narratives of Disadvantage, Class, Place and Identity


reviewed by Stephanie Jones — August 08, 2014

coverTitle: Becoming Educated: Young People's Narratives of Disadvantage, Class, Place and Identity
Author(s): John Smyth & Peter McInerney
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 1433122111, Pages: 174, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 08, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17636, Date Accessed: 11/26/2014 11:08:43 AM

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  • Stephanie Jones
    University of Georgia
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    STEPHANIE JONES is Professor in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice at The University of Georgia. Her research engages the intersections of social class, gender, literacies, and place across informal and formal pedagogical spaces. Stephanie's work focused on children, families, and teacher education has recently appeared in Educational Researcher, Teachers College Record, Phi Delta Kappan, Gender and Education, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, and Reading and Writing Quarterly. She is editor of Writing and Teaching to Change the World: Connecting with our Most Vulnerable Students; author of Girls, Social Class and Literacy: What Teachers Can Do to Make a Difference; and co-author of The Reading Turn-Around: A Five-Part Framework for Differentiated Instruction. Her current projects include completing a graphica/comics-based presentation of a three-year study of teacher education, and an ethnographic study of working-class children's pedagogical experiences of place and economic discourse.
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