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Appears in Collections:Faculty of Social Sciences Journal Articles
Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Literary awareness: Connecting Brazil and Ukraine
Author(s): Zyngier, Sonia
Chesnokova, Anna
Viana, Vander
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Keywords: Literary Awareness
Empirical Science of Literature
literary discourse
literary education
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Zyngier S, Chesnokova A & Viana V (2008) Literary awareness: Connecting Brazil and Ukraine, UNESCO Courier, VIII (15), pp. 125-129.
Abstract: The article focuses on the major theoretical and practical results of developing the concept of Literary Awareness (henceforth LitAw) in two countries, namely, Brazil and Ukraine. Introduced by S. Zyngier in 1994 as a methodology by means of which readers become sensitized to the verbal artistry of imaginative texts and their role in human life, LitAw enjoyed over ten years of successful applications in Brazil. Since 2005, it has been used in Ukrainian institutions and has triggered several research projects by undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral students.
Rights: Reproduced from the UNESCO Courier

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