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dc.contributor.authorEdwards, Richard-
dc.description.abstractDrawing upon the experience of the Literacies for Learning in Further Education research project in the UK, this paper explores the attempt to identify and conceptualise those ‘border literacies’ which may act as resources for learning and attainment for adults within their college courses. This paper outlines, drawing upon actor-network theory, the conceptual innovations that we found necessary arising from our data analysis, extending existing work on situating practice and boundary crossing to posit a conceptual landscape that we term the ‘scrumpled geography’ of literacy.en_UK
dc.relationEdwards R (2008) The scrumpled geography of literacy In: Proceedings from the SCUTREA 38th Annual Conference , Edinburgh: SCUTREA. 38th Annual SCUTREA Conference, 2.7.2008 - 4.7.2008, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.-
dc.rightsThe author holds the copyright to this conference paper delivered at the 2008 SCUTREA Conference.-
dc.subjectLiteracy practicesen_UK
dc.subjectActor-network theoryen_UK
dc.subjectSituated practicesen_UK
dc.subjectBoundary crossingen_UK
dc.subjectFurther educationen_UK
dc.subjectFormal learningen_UK
dc.subjectEveryday learningen_UK
dc.subjectBorder literaciesen_UK
dc.titleThe scrumpled geography of literacyen_UK
dc.typeConference Paperen_UK
dc.type.statusPublisher version (final published refereed version)-
dc.citation.btitleProceedings from the SCUTREA 38th Annual Conference-
dc.citation.conferencelocationUniversity of Edinburgh, Edinburgh-
dc.citation.conferencename38th Annual SCUTREA Conference-
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