An ethnography of writing : the writing practices of female Australian indigenous adolescents at school
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Faculty of Community Services, Education and Social Sciences
Professor Ian Malcolm
The lack of success in addressing the educational needs of Aboriginal English (AbE) speaking adolescents is evidenced by consistently lower outcomes in literacy than those of their non-Indigenous peers. Differences in literacy levels between Indigenous girls and boys suggest that gender is an influential factor in literacy achievement. This ethnographic study explores cultural and gender influences on the writing practices of a group of female Indigenous adolescents in the cross-cultural context of an urban Western Australian secondary school.
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Grote, E. (2004). An ethnography of writing : the writing practices of female Australian indigenous adolescents at school. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/1675
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