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Deborah Wells Rowe

In: The SAGE Handbook of Early Childhood Literacy

Chapter 25: Recent Trends in Research on Young Children's Authoring

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Recent Trends in Research on Young Children's Authoring
Recent trends in research on young children's authoring
Deborah WellsRowe

My goal in this chapter is to identify the growing edge of twenty-first century research on early childhood authoring. For the purposes of this review, I have selected studies that investigate young children's writing, often in conjunction with oral, visual, and embodied modes of representing meanings. Building from earlier reviews of the topics, theoretical vantage points, and analytic methods used to explore early childhood writing (Rowe, 2003, 2009; Yaden, Rowe, and MacGillivray, 2000), this chapter focuses on the shifts and changes that constitute our field's forward movement. As such, this chapter is both historical and forward-looking. While research is sometimes described as hierarchical, with new insights building incrementally from ...

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