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Good Reception: Teens, Teachers, and Mobile Media in a Los Angeles High School


reviewed by Whitney Blankenship July 16, 2018

coverTitle: Good Reception: Teens, Teachers, and Mobile Media in a Los Angeles High School
Author(s): Antero Garcia
Publisher: MIT Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0262037084, Pages: 248, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 16, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22434, Date Accessed: 10/18/2018 5:35:34 AM

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  • Whitney Blankenship
    University of Texas at Austin
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    WHITNEY BLANKENSHIP earned her Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin in the fall of 2010 in Social Studies Education. Prior to her move to higher education, Dr. Blankenship taught history and social studies at the secondary level for seventeen years. She joined the faculty of Rhode Island College in the fall of 2012 where she currently teaches in the Departments of Educational Studies and History.

    Her current research projects include examining the development of citizenship curricula during World War II and the early Cold War era; developing an online, place-based World War II curriculum utilizing oral histories and personal archives of local veterans, and investigating the uses of place-based curricula in social studies teacher education and secondary social studies classrooms. She also works with the Providence Independence Trail as educational specialist assisting in the development of educational tours and curricula.


 
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