Fall 2009, Volume 13, Issue 3
Expanded issue up to 400+ pages.
Articles on various topics plus the following special section.
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we continue accepting submissions. See below.
As popular culture establishes itself as a new collective mythos, it also continues to gain validity as a field of study. Popular culture often inserts itself into the classroom, generating conversations, serving as ways for students and teachers to connect and convey concepts, and fueling areas of media literacy and the “new literacies” by providing common material for students and teachers to analyze, critique, and create.
This issue of AEQ seeks both theoretical and practical insights into the ways in which popular culture works in a variety of educational settings. Pieces may deal with what popular culture is and the ways in which it addresses topics of curricular interest, current attention to technological advances, and globalization. In addition, submissions might address the question of the “appropriate” use of popular culture in the classroom or any of the following:
Those who are interested in the implications of popular culture on education and schooling are encouraged to submit. Papers should primarily deal with the topic of popular culture, although those which also deal with media literacy and the “new literacies” are welcome as well. Papers may take the form of theoretical explorations of the topic, research studies conducted or in process, practical applications for education or any combination of approaches. Please identify your submission with the keyword: CULTURE-2
Any time until the end of May 2009; see details for other deadline options like early, regular, and short.
Early submission offers an opportunity to be considered for Editors' Choice
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