Essay bibliography for Project 40 Part 1

References for Literacy as behaviour, process, and social activity
by Professor Peter Freebody

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Angelotti, M & Allen, J 1982 ‘From Dartmouth to Sydney: Where next for English education?’ English Education, 14, pp. 214–221.

Cane, B & Smithers, J 1971 The roots of reading: a study of 12 infant schools in deprived areas, National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, London.

Chomsky, N 1959 ‘A Review of B.F. Skinner’s ‘Verbal Behavior’’ Language, 35, pp. 26–58

Crawford, R 1998 The Scottish invention of English literature, Cambridge University Pres, Cambridge.

Dart, L 2001 ‘Literacy and the lost world of the imagination’ in Educational Research, 43, pp. 63–77

Enright, K 2010 ‘Language and literacy for a new mainstream’ in American Educational Research Journal, 48, pp. 80–118

Freebody, P 2005 ‘Critical literacy’ in R Beach, J Green, M Michael & T Shanahan  (Eds), Multidisciplinary perspectives on literacy research, Second Edition. Hampton Press, Cresskill, New Jersey.

Freebody, P, Barton, G & Chan, E (in press/2013), 'Literacy education: about ‘being in the world’, to appear in C. Leung & B V Street (Eds.), Handbook of English language studies, Routledge, London

Freebody, P & Gilbert, P 1999 ‘Research into language and literacy’ In J P Keeves & K. Marjoribanks (Eds.) Australian Education: Review of research, 1965–1998. (pp 145–169) Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia/ACER Press, Melbourne.

Freire, P 1972 Pedagogy of the oppressed, Penguin Harmondsworth, UK.

Graff, H.J. 1979 The literacy myth, Academic Press, New York.

Halliday, M A K  1973 Explorations in the functions of language, Edward Arnold, London.

Heath, S B 1983 Ways with words, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Lankshear, C & Lawler, M 1987 Literacy, schooling and revolution, Falmer Press, London.

Monoghan, E J & Hartman, D K 2011, ‘Integrating the elementary language arts: An historical perspective’ in D Lapp & D Fisher (Eds.) Handbook of research on teaching the English language arts, Third Edition. (pp. 113–119) Routledge, New York.

Samuels S J 1973 ‘Success and failure in learning to read: A critique of the research’ Reading Research Quarterly, 8, pp. 200–239.

Scribner, S & Cole, M 1981 The psychology of literacy, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Shannon, P 1983 ‘The use of commercial reading materials in American elementary schools,’ in Reading Research Quarterly, 19, pp. 68–85.

Shannon, P 2001 iSHOP, You Shop, Raising questions about reading commodities, Heinemann, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Snow, C et al 1998 Preventing reading difficulties in young children, National Research Council report, US Department of Education, Washington, DC.

Snow, C (nd) Why reading is hard. Retrieved 17/11/12 from

Street, B V 1984 Literacy in theory and practice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Tsunoda, T 2005 Language endangerment and language revitalization, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin/New York.

Williams, J P 1973 ‘Learning to read: A review of theories and models’ in Reading Research Quarterly, 8, pp. 121–146.

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