The Writing Ecologies of Older American Activists
Keywords:aging, writing ecologies, New Materialism, disability studies
AbstractThis article presents research on older adults' literacy practices and how materiality plays a role in these activities. The article analyzes interviews with two older adults about their civic engagement and activism and examines the aging Discourse (Gee) as a component of the ambiance (Rickert) within the writers' ecologies. The article seeks to contribute to knowledge of writing ecologies and older adults' literacy practices.
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Teems, Y. (2018). The Writing Ecologies of Older American Activists. Literacy in Composition Studies, 6(2). https://doi.org/10.21623/18.104.22.168
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