Book exam 682388A Learning in Everyday Environments 5 ECTS

Examiner Leena Kuure

Read the following materials and take the exam in Examinarium (15th October-). Sign up in Optima. The instructions are available at http://www.oulu.fi/english/studying/examinarium.

 

Lave, J. & Wenger, E. (1991). Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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the following journal articles. The articles are available through Oulu University Library database with your university id except for one that is openly accessible at the address given:

Anderson, S.B. & Andersson, I. (2005). Authentic Learning in a Sociocultural Framework: A case study on non-formal learning. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 49(4), 419-436.

Buchwald, D., Schantz-Laursen, B. & Delmar, C. (2009). Video Diary Data Collection  in Research with Children: An Alternative Method. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 8(1), 12-20.

Buckingham, D. & Harvey, I. (2001). Imagining the Audience: language, creativity and communication in youth media production. Journal of Educational Media, 26(3), 173-184.

Fields, D.A., Magnifico, A.M., Lammers, J.C. & Scott Curwood, J. (2014). DIY Media Creation. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 58(1), 19-24.

Gee, J.P. (2011). Stories, probes, and games. Narrative Inquiry, 21(2), 353–357.

Jayasinghe, L. & Ritson, M. (2012). Everyday Advertising Context: An Ethnography of Advertising Response in the Family Living Room. Journal of Consumer Research, 40, 104-121.

Jones, S. (2014). “How people read and write and they don’t even notice”: everyday lives and literacies on a Midlands council estate. Literacy, 48(2), 59-65.

McIlvenny, P. (2011). Video interventions in "everyday life": semiotic and spatial practices of embedded video as a therapeutic tool in reality TV parenting programmes. Social Semiotics, 21(2), 259-288.

Pink, S. (2011). Amateur photographic practice, collective representation and the constitution of place. Visual Studies, 26(2), 92-101.

Porter, G., Hampshire, K., Abane, A., Munthali, A., Robson, E., Mashiri, M. & Maponya, G. (2010). Where dogs, ghosts and lions roam: learning from mobile ethnographies on the journey from school. Children's Geographies, 8(2), 91-105.

Scott Curwood, J., Magnifico, A.M. & Lammers, J.C. (2013). Writing in the Wild. Writers' Motivation in Fan-based Affinity Spaces. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 56(8), 677-685.

Walls, M. (2012). Kayak games and hunting enskilment: an archaeological consideration of sports and the situated learning of technical skills. World Archaeology, 44(2), 175–188.

Wohlwend, K.E, & Handsfield, L.J. (2012). Twinkle, twitter little stars: Tensions and flows in interpreting social constructions of the techno-toddler. Digital Culture & Education, 4(2), 85-202. Online http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/uncategorized/dce_1058_wohlwend/

Last updated: 28.9.2015