The firstexamines literacy as a social practice in what have already becomeliterate societies as this section makes clear literacydevelopment reflects both the intrinsic structure of the societyand reshapes those activities and institutions around texts andother founding documents. The making of literate societies chapter 8 in the mid nineteenth century only 10 of the worlds adult population could read or write at the dawn of the twenty first century unesco estimates that over 80 of adults worldwide can read and write at some minimum level this unprecedented social. The first examines literacy as a social practice in what have already become literate societies as this section makes clear literacy development reflects both the intrinsic structure of the society and reshapes those activities and institutions around texts and other founding documents. The making of literate societies is a superb reference book onthe relationship between literacy and social developmenteuropean association of anthropologists journal user contributed reviews add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Report rss the making of literate societies the literacy system in v2 is an improvement over v1 since literacy is not a national average only however much of its potential is wasted because literacy is set in a national level with accepted non accepted culture divide at max
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