Literacy and Power among Newcomers in Athens
The outcomes of an ethnographic research on the literacy practices of 14 newcomers in central Athens.
||Literacy Practices, Ethnography, Mediator, Newcomers, Dominant and Vernacular Literacy Practices.
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.9-16.
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Zoe Nikolaidou holds a BA in linguistics from the University of the Aegean, Greece and an MA in Language Studies from Lancaster University, UK. She is currently doing a PhD investigating literacy practices in the workplace.
Zoe Nikolaidou's main academic interest is the way literacy is embedded in society, as well as the use and the role of literacy and language in education. She also has a strong interest in qualitative research methods.
Her research is funded by the State Scholarships Foundation in Greece.
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