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Analyzing Julius Caesar through the lens of Ong’s Orality Framework

In his investigation of oral cultures in Orality and Literacy, Ong (1982) attempts to identify knowledge-sharing characteristics unique to these pre-literate societies. Many conclusions are drawn from literature that has been produced from “residually oral cultures,” cultures in which most … Continue reading

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The Transformation Continues

References: Biakolo, E.A. (1999). On the theoretical foundations of orality and literacy. Research in African Literatures, 30(2), 42-65. [journal] Brandt, D. (2003).  Changing Literacy.  Teachers College Record, 105(2), 245-260. [journal] Cope, B., & Kalantzis, M. (Eds.) (2000). Multiliteracies: Literacy learning … Continue reading

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