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The New Work Order: Behind the Language of the New Capitalism - Page 10
by James Paul Gee - 1996 - 200 pages
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Social Linguistics and Literacies: Ideology in Discourses

James Paul Gee - Discourse analysis - 1996 - 218 pages
...activities. A Discourse, then, is composed of ways of talking, listening, (often, too, reading and writing), acting, interacting, believing, valuing,...and using tools and objects, in particular settings at specific times, so as to display and recognize a particular social identity- Discourses create 'social...
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African American Males in School and Society: Practices and Policies for ...

Vernon C. Polite, James Earl Davis - Education - 1999 - 241 pages
...talking, listening, reading, and writing — that is, using social languages — together with ways of acting, interacting, believing, valuing, and using tools and objects, in particular settings at specific times, so as to display and recognize particular socially situated identities, such as...
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Reconstructing Teaching: Standards, Performance, and Accountability

Pat Mahony, Ian Hextall - Education - 2000 - 181 pages
...need to introduce the term 'Discourse' which they use to describe a 'set of related social practices'. A Discourse is composed of ways of talking, listening,...settings and at specific times, so as to display or to recognise a particular social identity.... The Discourse creates social positions (or perspectives)...
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What Counts as Literacy?: Challenging the School Standard

Margaret A. Gallego, Sandra Hollingsworth - Education - 2000 - 325 pages
...talking, listening, reading, and writing — that is, using social languages — together with ways of acting, interacting, believing, valuing, and using tools and objects, in particular settings at specific times, so as to display and recognize particular socially situated identities, such as...
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Mediated Discourse: The Nexus of Practice

Ronald Scollon - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2001 - 182 pages
...farming' would, for me, be more usefully terminologized and theorized as Discourses in Gee's definition: 'ways of talking, listening, reading, writing, acting,...display or to recognize a particular social identity' (Gee, Hull and Lankshear 1996:10), or as activity systems (Cole 1995), and understood to consist, as...
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Non-Formal Education: Flexible Schooling Or Participatory Education?

Alan Rogers - Education - 2005 - 316 pages
...1972: 49). One of the most detailed analyses of discourse has come from the writings of James Gee. A Discourse is composed of ways of talking, listening,...display or to recognize a particular social identity... The Discourse creates social positions (or perspectives) from which people are 'invited' ... to speak,...
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International Handbook of Educational Policy

Nina Bascia, Alister Cumming, Amanda Datnow, Kenneth Leithwood, David Livingstone - Education - 2008 - 645 pages
...Lankshear ( 1996) capture the complexity of discourse which they describe as a set of related practices. A discourse is composed of ways of talking, listening,...and using tools and objects, in particular settings at particular times, so as to display or to recognise a particular social identity. ... The Discourse...
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Critical Power Tools

...sexist set of practices imbued them all the same. Gee, Hull, and Lankshear provide a helpful definition: A Discourse is composed of ways of talking, listening,...display or to recognize a particular social identity" (10). Their text demonstrates how certain discourses do or do not mesh easily with the discourse of...
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