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Literacy narratives as ethnography

Kris Rutten (UGent) and Ronald Soetaert (UGent)
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The aim of this special issue is to revisit the ethnographic turn in contemporary art by exploring and critically assessing how art practices show significant similarities with anthropology and ethnography in their conceptualisations of cultural differences and in their representational practices. This contribution focuses on how narratives can be employed in the study of contemporary culture and society. It proceeds from the literary turn in ethnography to explore how literature and drama can be described as important sites for ethnographic research. This question, specifically, is approached from an educational perspective. That is, how can cultural narratives be introduced as a form of ethnography for education in general and - our field of study - literacy studies and literacy education in particular?
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drama, PEDAGOGY, ethnography, literacy, rhetoric, literature

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Rutten, Kris, and Ronald Soetaert. “Literacy Narratives as Ethnography.” CRITICAL ARTS-SOUTH-NORTH CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES 27.6 (2013): 641–654. Print.
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Rutten, Kris, & Soetaert, R. (2013). Literacy narratives as ethnography. CRITICAL ARTS-SOUTH-NORTH CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES, 27(6), 641–654.
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Rutten, Kris, and Ronald Soetaert. 2013. “Literacy Narratives as Ethnography.” Critical Arts-south-north Cultural and Media Studies 27 (6): 641–654.
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Rutten, Kris, and Ronald Soetaert. 2013. “Literacy Narratives as Ethnography.” Critical Arts-south-north Cultural and Media Studies 27 (6): 641–654.
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Rutten K, Soetaert R. Literacy narratives as ethnography. CRITICAL ARTS-SOUTH-NORTH CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES. 2013;27(6):641–54.
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K. Rutten and R. Soetaert, “Literacy narratives as ethnography,” CRITICAL ARTS-SOUTH-NORTH CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 641–654, 2013.
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  abstract     = {The aim of this special issue is to revisit the ethnographic turn in contemporary art by exploring and critically assessing how art practices show significant similarities with anthropology and ethnography in their conceptualisations of cultural differences and in their representational practices. This contribution focuses on how narratives can be employed in the study of contemporary culture and society. It proceeds from the literary turn in ethnography to explore how literature and drama can be described as important sites for ethnographic research. This question, specifically, is approached from an educational perspective. That is, how can cultural narratives be introduced as a form of ethnography for education in general and - our field of study - literacy studies and literacy education in particular?},
  author       = {Rutten, Kris and Soetaert, Ronald},
  issn         = {0256-0046},
  journal      = {CRITICAL ARTS-SOUTH-NORTH CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES},
  keywords     = {drama,PEDAGOGY,ethnography,literacy,rhetoric,literature},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {641--654},
  title        = {Literacy narratives as ethnography},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02560046.2013.867588},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2013},
}

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