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Siblings as Mediators of Literacy in Linguistic Minority Communities
This paper argues for the need to move beyond the paradigm of parental involvement in reading, which presently informs home/school reading programs for linguistic minority children in the United Kingdom (UK). The first part of the paper examines the literature informing the current model showing the marked absence of studies on the role played by siblings as mediators of literacy in a new linguistic and cultural environment.
Contributor: Gregory, Eve
Date Published: 04-00
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