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Alford, J. (2021). Critical Literacy with Adolescent English Language Learners: Exploring Policy and Practice in Global Contexts. Routledge.
Barnes, M. E., & Coffey, H. (2021). Empowerment through rejection: challenging divisions between traditional, authentic and critical writing pedagogy. English Teaching: Practice & Critique.
Basile, A. (2021). YPAR: Exploring New Literacies and Critical Literacy Pedagogy in a Virtual Teaching and Learning Environment (Doctoral dissertation, University of Rochester).
Batista-Morales, N. S. (2021). Creating border crossing spaces for decolonizing critical literacy encounters in teacher preparation (Doctoral dissertation).
Bautista, N. U., & Batchelor, K. E. Addressing Social Justice in the Science Methods Classroom through Critical Literacy: Engaging Preservice Teachers in Uncomfortable Discussions.
Behrman, E. H. (2006). Teaching about language, power, and text: A review of classroom practices that support critical literacy. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 49(6), 490-498.
Chen, H., Lewis, H., & Myhill, D. (2021). Fostering critical reasoning: Developing argumentative competence in early and middle primary years. Australian Journal of Language & Literacy, 44(2).
Cherubini, L. (2021). Positioning Prospective Teachers’ Examination of the Hidden Curriculum: A Critical Literacy Context. SCIENTIA, 9.
Comber, B. (2015). Critical literacy and social justice. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 58(5), 362-367.
Comber, B., Thomson, P., & Wells, M. (2001). Critical literacy finds a" place": Writing and social action in a low-income Australian grade 2/3 classroom. The Elementary School Journal, 101(4), 451-464.
De La Paz, S., Wissinger, D. R., Gross, M., & Butler, C. (2021). Strategies that promote historical reasoning and contextualization: a pilot intervention with urban high school students. Reading and Writing, 1-24.
DeVoogd, G. L., & McLaughlin, M. (2004). Critical literacy: Enhancing students’ comprehension of text. New York, NY: Scholastic.
Flores, T. T. (2021). Fighting to Be Heard: Latina Adolescent Girls Writing Toward Change. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. Chicago
Gallagher, M. A., & Jones, J. P. (2021). Supporting Students’ Critical Literacy: Mathematical Modeling and Economic Decisions. In Exploring Mathematical Modeling with Young Learners (pp. 373-387). Springer, Cham.
Garcia, A. (2013). Critical foundations in young adult literature: Challenging genres (Vol. 4). Sense Publishers.
Garcia, A., Levinson, A. M., & Gargroetzi, E. C. (2020). “Dear Future President of the United States”: Analyzing Youth Civic Writing Within the 2016 Letters to the Next President Project. American Educational Research Journal, 0002831219870129.
Garcia, A., Mirra, N., Morrell, E., Martinez, A., & Scorza, D. A. (2015). The council of youth research: Critical literacy and civic agency in the digital age. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 31(2), 151-167.
Garcia, A., Seglem, R., & Share, J. (2013). Transforming teaching and learning through critical media literacy pedagogy. Learning landscapes, 6(2), 109-124.
G. Stewart, O., Hsieh, B., Smith, A., & Pandya, J. Z. (2021). What more can we do? A scalar approach to examining critical digital literacies in teacher education. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 16(2), 125-137.
Haddix, M. (2009). Black boys can write: Challenging dominant framings of African American adolescent males in literacy research. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 53(4), 341-343.
Janks, H. (2000). Domination, access, diversity and design: A synthesis for critical literacy education. Educational review, 52(2), 175-186.
Janks, H. (2009). Literacy and power. Routledge.
Janks, H. (2014). Critical literacy's ongoing importance for education. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 57(5), 349-356.
Janks, H. (2014). The importance of critical literacy. Moving critical literacies forward: A new look at praxis across contexts, 32-44.
Janks, H., Dixon, K., Ferreira, A., Granville, S., & Newfield, D. (2013). Doing critical literacy: Texts and activities for students and teachers. Routledge.
Jeong, H., Eggleston, L., & Samaniuk, J. (2021). Culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy in a digitally mediated classroom: Practices, challenges, and needs. NYS TESOL Journal, 8(1)
Jiménez, L. M. (2021). Mirrors and Windows with Texts and Readers: Intersectional Social Justice at Work in the Classroom. Language Arts, 98(3), 156-161.
Johnson, E., & Vasudevan, L. (2012). Seeing and hearing students' lived and embodied critical literacy practices. Theory into Practice, 51(1), 34-41.
Kinloch, V. (2015). Crossing boundaries—Teaching and learning with urban youth. Teachers College Press.
Kinloch, V. (2015). Harlem on our minds: Place, race, and the literacies of urban youth. Teachers College Press.
Kinloch, V., & San Pedro, T. (2014). The space between listening and storying: Foundations for projects in humanization. Humanizing research: Decolonizing qualitative inquiry with youth and communities, 21-42.
Kirkland, D. E. (2009). The skin we ink: Tattoos, literacy, and a new English education. English Education, 41(4), 375-395.
Kirkland, D. E. (2011). Books like clothes: Engaging young Black men with reading. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 55(3), 199-208.
Kirkland, D. E. (2013). A search past silence: The literacy of young Black men. Teachers College Press.
Kirkland, D. E., & Jackson, A. (2009). “We real cool”: Toward a theory of black masculine literacies. Reading research quarterly, 44(3), 278-297.
Lee, C. C., Dufresne, K. V., & Relyea, J. E. “They Are Doers”: Writing to Advocate With Immigrant Youth in Community‐Based Organizations. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy.
Lønsmann, D. (2020). Language and Social Justice: Using Language as a Lens for Investigating Inequalities. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 19(3).
Lewis, C., Crampton, A., & Scharber, C. (2021). The sociocultural role of imagination in critical digital literacy. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 16(2), 154-172.
Lewison, M., Flint, A. S., & Van Sluys, K. (2002). Taking on critical literacy: The journey of newcomers and novices. Language arts, 79(5), 382-392.
Lewison, M., Leland, C., & Harste, J. C. (2014). Creating critical classrooms: Reading and writing with an edge. Routledge.
Luke, A. (2000). Critical literacy in Australia: A matter of context and standpoint. Journal of adolescent & adult literacy, 43(5), 448-461.
Luke, A. (2012). Critical literacy: Foundational notes. Theory into practice, 51(1), 4-11.
Luke, A. (2013). Regrounding critical literacy. Framing languages and literacies: Socially situated views and perspectives, 136-148.
Luke, A. (2014). Defining critical literacy. Moving critical literacies forward: A new look at praxis across contexts, 19-31.
Luke, A. (2018). Critical literacy, schooling, and social justice: The selected works of Allan Luke. Routledge.
Luke, A., & Dooley, K. T. (2011). Critical literacy and second language learning. Handbook of research on second language teaching and learning.
Luke, A., & Woods, A. F. (2009). Critical literacies in schools: A primer. Voices from the Middle, 17(2), 9-18.
McLaughlin, M., & DeVoogd, G. (2004). Critical literacy as comprehension: Expanding reader response. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 48(1), 52-62.
Memari, M. (2021). Effects of Critical Thinking on Writing Cause and Effect Essays by Iranian EFL Learners. Research in English Language Pedagogy.
Mora Velez, R. A., Zacher Pandya, J., Alford, J., Golden, N., & de Roock, R. (2021). Conclusion: Critical Literacy and the Challenges Ahead of Us. The Handbook of Critical Literacies. Vol. 1., 465-471.
Morrell, E. (2015). Critical literacy and urban youth: Pedagogies of access, dissent, and liberation. Routledge.
Morrell, E., & Morrell, J. (2021). Critical literacy and the school-to-prison pipeline. School, Not Jail: How Educators Can Disrupt School Pushout and Mass Incarceration, 50.
Nyawalo, M. Y. (2021). Teaching in Times of Crisis: Applying Comparative Literature in the Classroom. Routledge.
Ohler, J. B. (2013). Digital storytelling in the classroom: New media pathways to literacy, learning, and creativity. Corwin Press.
Oktoma, E., Nugroho, M. A. B., Suryana, Y., Rafli, Z., & Rahmat, A. (2021). Students’ Critical Thinking Ability in Writing Argumentative Essay.
Olivier, J. (2020). 'Self-directed multimodal learning within a context of transformative open education'. in J . Oliver (ed.), Self-directed multimodal learning in higher education (NWU Self-Directed Learning Series Volume 5), pp. 1-49, AOSIS, Cape Town. https://doi.org/10.4102/aosis.2020.BK210.01
Robin, B. R. (2008). Digital storytelling: A powerful technology tool for the 21st century classroom. Theory into practice, 47(3), 220-228.
Robinson, P. A., Allen-Handy, A., & Burrell-Craft, K. (2021). Critical media literacy and Black female identity construction: A conceptual framework for empowerment, equity, and social justice in education. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 13(1), 79-91.
Rogers, R., & Wetzel, M. M. (2013). Designing critical literacy education through critical discourse analysis: Pedagogical and research tools for teacher-researchers. Routledge.
Santiago del Pino, M., & Goenechea Permisán, C. (2020). Critical Literacy and the Media: Teachers in Training in the Face of Hate Speech.
Sefton-Green, J. (2021). Critical literacy, schooling, and social justice: a review of Allan Luke’s collected essays (2018). Journal of Curriculum Studies, 1-13.
Silvhiany, S., Huzaifah, S., & Ismet, I. (2021). Critical Digital Literacy: EFL Students’ Ability to Evaluate Online Sources. Indonesian Journal of EFL and Linguistics, 6(1), 249-269.
Stevens, L. P., & Bean, T. W. (2007). Critical literacy: Context, research, and practice in the K-12 classroom. Sage Publications.
Vasquez, V. M. (2014). Negotiating critical literacies with young children. Routledge.
White, R. E., & Cooper, K. (2015). What is critical literacy?. In Democracy and Its Discontents (pp. 21-35). Brill Sense.
Winn, M. T. (2010). ‘Betwixt and between’: literacy, liminality, and the celling of Black girls. Race Ethnicity and Education, 13(4), 425-447.
Winn, M. T. (2019). Girl time: Literacy, justice, and the school-to-prison pipeline. Teachers College Press.
Winn, M. T., & Behizadeh, N. (2011). The right to be literate: Literacy, education, and the school-to-prison pipeline. Review of Research in Education, 35(1), 147-173.