|Title||New media literacies and participatory popular culture across borders|
|Author||edited by Bronwyn T. Williams and Amy A. Zenger|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2012|
|Descript||xiv, 219p. ; 23 cm|
Introduction: popular culture and literacy in a networked world. -- The world on your screen: new media, remix, and the politics of cross-cultural contact. -- Constructing "Local context" in Beirut: students' literacy practices outside of class. -- Uncovering the multimodal literacy practices in reading manga and the implications for pedagogy. -- Adolescent literacy practices in online social spaces. -- The :Popular" Turkish academy. -- Digital worlds and shifting borders: popular culture, perception, and pedagogy. -- The participatory meme chronotope: fixity of space/rapture of time. -- Faceless facebook: female Qatari users choosing wisely. -- Russell T Davies, "Nine hysterical women," and the death of Ianto Jones. -- Leapfrogging in the global periphery: popular literacy practices of Nepalese youth online. -- Queering the text: online literacy practices, identities, and popular culture. -- Creating a fandom via youtube: Verbotene liebe and fansubbing. -- Virtual places in the physical world: geographies of literacy and (National) identity.
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