Multicultural Literature and the Paradox of the Integrated Language Arts Movement
This article examines the theoretical and practical issues involved in the production and consumption of multicultural literature. It argues that in order to promote a more productive use of literature and to nurture a new generation of critical and thoughtful readers, language arts pedagogy should embrace a new orientation that privileges process over product and integrates social, cultural, literary, and critical theories.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: The University of Florida, Gainesville
Publication date: January 1, 1999
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