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Volume 5, Issue 2, Spring 2010-2011

Table of Contents

Articles

From the Escuela Moderna to the Työväen Opisto: Reading, (W)Riting, and Revolution, the 3 "Rs" of Expanded Proletarian Literacy

pp. 1-23

"The English Effect" on Amish Language and Literacy Practices

pp. 25-45

Tactics and Strategies of Relationship-Based Practice: Reassessing the Institutionalization of Community Literacy

pp. 47-66

Adult Basic Education and Health Literacy: Program Efforts and Perceived Student Needs

pp. 67-73

Mediation and Legal Literacy

pp. 75-100

From Read Ahead to Literacy Coalition: The Leadership Role of the Central New York Community Foundation in the Creation of a Local Institution

pp. 101-133

Expectation, Reality, and Rectification: The Merits of Failed Service Learning

pp. 135-151

Sharing Control: Developing Research Literacy through Community-Based Action Research

pp. 153-167

Book and New Media Reviews

From the Review Desk

pp. 169-170

Keywords: Reciprocity

pp. 171-178

Going Public: What Writing Programs Learn from Engagement (review)

pp. 179-182

Community Literacy for the 21st Century: A Review of Adela C. Licona's Works

pp. 183-189

Gravyland: Writing Beyond the Curriculum in the City of Brotherly Love (review)

pp. 191-194

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