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Research mobilities in primary literacy education in England: appearances and disappearances​

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Publication date29/11/2022
<mark>Original language</mark>English
EventLiteracy Research Association Annual Meeting: Crossing boundaries and borders: In pursuit of equity, solidarity, and social justice - Phoenix, United States
Duration: 29/11/20223/12/2022
Conference number: 72


ConferenceLiteracy Research Association Annual Meeting
Abbreviated titleLRA
Country/TerritoryUnited States


In this paper we report on findings from the first year of an Economic and Social Research Council funded study which investigated the movements of literacy research to and among primary school teachers in England against a shifting, politically charged context for literacy education complicated by changing communicative channels for literacy research. Drawing on an innovative combination of methods - teachers’ lifelogging, corpus linguistics and sociomaterial tracings - it explores why some kinds of literacy research are gaining traction while others are not.