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Monster High as a Virtual Dollhouse: Tracking Play Practices Across Converging Transmedia and Social Media


by Karen E. Wohlwend — 2017


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 119 Number 12, 2017, p. -
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22067, Date Accessed: 12/11/2017 11:52:07 AM
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  • Karen Wohlwend
    Indiana University, Bloomington
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    KAREN E. WOHLWEND is an associate professor of literacy, culture, and language education at Indiana University, Bloomington. She reconceptualizes young children’s play as an embodied literacy, produced through popular media and digital technologies in online spaces and classroom cultures. She is the author of Playing Their Way Into Literacies: Reading, Writing, and Belonging in the Early Childhood Classroom; Literacy Playshop: New Literacies, Popular Media, and Play in the Early Childhood Classroom; and, with colleague Carmen Medina, Literacy, Play and Globalization: Converging Imaginaries in Children's Critical and Cultural Performances.
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