I'll See That When I Believe It: A Dialogue on Epistemological Difference and Rural Literacies by ProQuest

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Why read? We take a turn in the conversation initiated by Jean Stockard's article, "Increasing Reading Skills in Rural Areas: An Analysis of Three School Districts" (2011a), with a dialog in which we engage the epistemological positions at play within this debate. We understand the different positions as representations of each author's ideas about what reading is and what reading is for. These ideas evoke productive questions of power and ideology which we argue should be positioned squarely at the center of this debate. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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									Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2012, 27(1)




       I’ll See That When I Believe It: A Dialogue on Epistemological
                      Difference and Rural Literacies
                                                             Karen Eppley
                                                    Penn State University-Altoona
                                                           Michael Corbett
                                                            Acadia University

                
								
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