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"Tech-Savviness" Meets Multiliteracies: Exploring Adolescent Girls' Technology-Mediated Literacy Practices
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Reading Research Quarterly Volume 38, Number 3, ISSN 0034-0553

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Explores early adolescent girls' use of digital technologies in their literacy practices. Highlights the technology-mediated literacy practices of two seventh-grade girls. Discusses two major themes which emerged from data analysis: the centrality of multimedia popular culture texts in the girls' technology-mediated designing; and the importance of online relationships in mentoring the girls. (PM)

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Chandler-Olcott, K. & Mahar, D. (2003). "Tech-Savviness" Meets Multiliteracies: Exploring Adolescent Girls' Technology-Mediated Literacy Practices. Reading Research Quarterly, 38(3), 356. Retrieved November 14, 2019 from .

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