When Basic Skills and Information Processing Just Aren't Enough: Rethinking Reading in New Times
by Allan Luke — 1995
Using historical and contemporary perspectives, the paper argues that reading is a malleable social practice with identifiable moral and ideological consequences. A model that defines reading in contemporary social life through four interconnected roles is presented. The importance of critical reading in everyday life is illustrated through analysis of three functional texts.
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