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Abbas, Lalai; de Leon, Clarissa; Luce-Kapler, Rebecca – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2020
This paper explores the interactive quality of memories and how they lived on in the dataset of a two-year study conducted several years ago, in which a group of women engaged in close reading and memoir-writing practices, unpacking their personal memories to gain insight into their lived experiences. In the process of analysing the data from the…
Descriptors: Memory, Social Influences, Cultural Influences, Females
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Luce-Kapler, Rebecca; Catlin, Susan; Sumara, Dennis; Kocher, Philomene – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2011
In this paper, the authors investigate the enduring power of voice as a concept in writing pedagogy. They argue that one can benefit from considering Elbow's assertion that both text and voice be considered as important aspects of written discourse. In particular, voice is a powerful metaphor for the material, social and historical nature of…
Descriptors: Writing Processes, Writing Skills, Cognitive Processes, Authors
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Robson, Claire; Sumara, Dennis; Luce-Kapler, Rebecca; Coll, Bridget; Hogan, Pat; Hurst, Greta; Innes, Val; Morrissey, Chris; Spencer, Chris – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2010
For a number of years, Rebecca Luce-Kapler and Dennis Sumara have been investigating the ways in which literary practices of close reading can help change how we think and how we remember. They have also considered how such practices might help make us more critical of normative representations of remembered experience. More recently, they have…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Teaching Methods, Writing Processes, Diaries