IRA Outstanding Dissertation Award: Kindergarten as Nexus of Practice: A Mediated Discourse Analysis of Reading, Writing, Play, and Design in an Early Literacy Apprenticeship

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2008-11

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International Reading Association

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The International Reading Association’s Outstanding Dissertation Award, which has been given annually since 1964, recognizes exceptional contributions made by doctoral students in reading or related fields. Candidates are self-nominated or nominated by their dissertation advisors. Applicants must be current members of the International Reading Association. Each submits a monograph based on the dissertation, which must have been completed during the previous academic year. These monographs undergo rigorous review by the Association’s Subcommittee on the Outstanding Dissertation Award.

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dissertation research, early childhood, literacy, play, discourse analysis

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Wohlwend, K. E. (2008). International Reading Association Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award: Kindergarten as nexus of practice: A mediated discourse analysis of reading, writing, play, and design practices in an early literacy apprenticeship. Reading Research Quarterly, 43(4), 332-334.

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