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This paper attends to all four dimensions of listening: cognitive, moral, aesthetic, and political aspects. However, the paper focuses on the political aspect. The author argues that listening requires attention to the social identities inevitably communicated through speech. The case study presented in this article comes from a yearlong study of a ninth-grade English and history class in an urban American school that served ethnically diverse working-class children. The author concludes that the findings that we inevitably listen for identity and that listening requires attention to patterns beyond the speech event.
Updated: Nov. 23, 2010
Teacher Identity in the Context of Literacy Teaching: Three Explorations of Classroom Positioning and Interaction in Secondary Schools
This article presents the results of three separate studies of literacy teaching and learning in the U.S. that explore the social functions of language, specifically focused on the identity development of literacy learners and teachers.
Updated: May. 09, 2010