Television and the Teenage Literate: Discourses of Felicity

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  • Investigates questions of what the New London Group calls \"multiliteracies.\" Looks carefully at various texts associated with the television show \"Felicity\" and considers what they have to say about contemporary popular literacies. Considers how \"Felicity\" acts as a kind of core sample, extracted from the broader soil of popular culture to help explore some workings of contemporary literacies. Discusses implications for the English classroom.

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    © 2003 Margaret Mackey et al. This version of this article is open access and can be downloaded and shared. The original author(s) and source must be cited.
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    • Mackey, M., (2003). Television and the Teenage Literate: Discourses of Felicity. College English, 65(4), 389-410.