Written Language & Literacy 3:2
[Written Language & Literacy, 3:2] 2000.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Phonetic Borrowing: Key to the vitality of written Cantonese in Hong KongDavid C.S. Li | pp. 199–233
Symbols Make Text: A social semiotic analysis of writing in a multilingual nurseryCharmian Kenner | pp. 235–266
Jocelyn Penny Small. 1997. Wax tablets of the mind: Cognitive studies of memory and literacy in Classical antiquityReviewed by Hilary Mackie | pp. 267–271
David Barton & Mary Hamilton. 1998. Local literacies: Reading and writing in one communityReviewed by Suresh Canagarajah | pp. 271–274
Ann M. Johns & . 1997. Text, role and context: Developing academic literaciesReviewed by Ingo Thonhauser | pp. 275–277
Sheila Aikman. 1999. Intercultural education and literacy: An ethnographic study of indigenous knowledge and learning in the Peruvian AmazonReviewed by Alan Rogers | pp. 278–281
Catherine E. Snow, M. Susan Burns & Peg Griffin (eds.). 1998. Preventing Reading Diffculties in Young ChildrenReviewed by Timothy Rasinski | pp. 281–285
Publications Receivedpp. 289–290
Index to Volume Threepp. 291–293
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