Apr 16, 2016 · This book is the first to offer a justice-focused cognitive reading of modern YA speculative fiction in its narrative and filmic forms. It links the expansion of YA speculative fiction in the 20 th century with the emergence of human and civil rights movements, with the communitarian revolution in conceptualizations of justice, and with spectacular advances in cognitive sciences as applied to 5/5(1). Lists about: Best Page-Turners with Redeeming Social Value, Social Justice: Books on Racism, Sexism, and Class, Best Progressive Reads, Essential Non-Fic.
A list of books that tackle social justice in YA fiction, including The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas and Out of Darkness by Ashley Hope Perez. YA fiction taking on social justice. Read. Main; # Young Adult Literature# 3 on a ya theme # Social Justice. Book Riot has Avada Kedavra-ed the comments section, so please come chat with us on Twitter Author: Kelly Jensen. Here are more than 60 carefully selected lists of multicultural and social justice books for children, young adults, and educators. New Africa Afro-Latinx American Indians Arabs and Arab Americans Asian Americans Black History.
Dec 05, 2017 · “Young Adult Literature & Social Justice as Pedagogy” is an independent study designed with two overarching objectives in mind. The first is as an introduction to the field of YA literature and the concerns, issues, and characteristics that define and shape this genre. Young Adult Fiction. Teaching for Change carefully selects the best multicultural and social justice books for children, young adults, and educators. Learn about our criteria for selecting titles. Feedback on these lists and suggestions for additional titles are welcome. Most of .
Young Adult Literature: Pedagogy and Social Justice Alsup, Janet, ed. Young Adult Literature and Adolescent Identity Across Cultures and Classrooms: Contexts for the Literary Lives of Teens. New York: Routledge, 2010. Roberta Seelinger Trites Janet Alsup has edited a new volume that explores diverse dimensions of young adult literature for high Author: Roberta Seelinger Trites. It is not a complete list, but would be an excellent primer in looking at social justice from the nonfiction perspective. Many, if not all, of these books would pair wonderfully with fiction titles and generate some great discussion. Left off this list are the young reader editions of Author: Kelly Jensen.
Describes how social justice education has the potential to prepare citizens who are sophisticated in their understanding of diversity and group interaction and able to critically evaluate social institutions. Notes that young adult literature provides a context for students to become conscious of their operating world view and to examine critically alternative ways of understanding the world Cited by: 24.