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Imagining literacy: a sociomaterial approach

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Imagining literacy : a sociomaterial approach. / Hamilton, Mary Elizabeth.

Beyond economic interests : critical perspectives on adult literacy and numeracy in a globalised world . ed. / Keiko Yasukawa; Stephen Black. Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, 2016. p. 3-18.

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Harvard

Hamilton, ME 2016, Imagining literacy: a sociomaterial approach. in K Yasukawa & S Black (eds), Beyond economic interests : critical perspectives on adult literacy and numeracy in a globalised world . Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 3-18.

APA

Hamilton, M. E. (2016). Imagining literacy: a sociomaterial approach. In K. Yasukawa, & S. Black (Eds.), Beyond economic interests : critical perspectives on adult literacy and numeracy in a globalised world (pp. 3-18). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Vancouver

Hamilton ME. Imagining literacy: a sociomaterial approach. In Yasukawa K, Black S, editors, Beyond economic interests : critical perspectives on adult literacy and numeracy in a globalised world . Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 2016. p. 3-18

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Hamilton, Mary Elizabeth. / Imagining literacy : a sociomaterial approach. Beyond economic interests : critical perspectives on adult literacy and numeracy in a globalised world . editor / Keiko Yasukawa ; Stephen Black. Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, 2016. pp. 3-18

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