Reference : Writing we: Collaborative text in educational research
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Writing we: Collaborative text in educational research
Siry, Christina mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Educational Measurement and Applied Cognitive Science (EMACS) >]
Ali-Khan, Carolyne [> >]
Critical pedagogy in the 21st century
Malott, Curry
Portfilio, Bradley, J.
IAP Press
[en] Collaboration ; cowriting ; polyvocality ; polysemicity ; epistemology
[en] In this chapter we examine the critical possibilities of collaborative writing, as multiple layers of
<br />voices intertwine to produce and understand collaborative authorship. We seek to challenge the
<br />politics and epistemological assumptions of the do-your-own-work mentality pervasive throughout education. Through a theoretical, methodological and ethnographically thick exploration of collaboratively produced text, we offer a different paradigm for understanding and producing knowledge. Cowriting is examined as an unfolding, polyvocal, and necessarily
<br />multifaceted journey toward a new critical pedagogy of working “with.”

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