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Writing&Identity (Becoming)

Orthopraxy, writing and Identity

kris_r | February 1st, 2006

Orthopraxy, writing and Identity – Shaping lives through borrowed genres in Congo Jan Blommaert In: Jim Martin and Ruth Wodak (eds), Re/Reading the past, Amsterdam, 2003, 177-194. Orthopraxy: hegemony often occurs in the shape of hegemonic pratcies rather than hegemonic beliefs. People’s behaviour can emanate normative rules and models, while their worldview remains largely untouched […]

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‘Higher than Einstein’

kris_r | February 1st, 2006

‘Higher than Einstein’: constructions of going to university among working class non-participants

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Becoming a psychologist

kris_r | January 26th, 2006

Chandlin & Plum (2002). ‘Becoming a psychologist: Student voices on academic writing in psychology’ in: Barron, C., Nigel B. (eds), Knowledge and Discourse. Towards an ecology of language. Longman, London. Central concern: an exploration of how undergraduate students in a university department of psychology (pedagogy, social work) frame academic writing in response to: -the writing […]

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