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Transliteracy in Complex Information Environments by Suzana Sukovic

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Index

Note: Page numbers followed by “f” and “t” refer to figures and tables, respectively.

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Aboriginality, 64See also Indigenous community
Academic authority, See Authority
Academic city of villages, 137–139
Academic cultures
authority and authenticity, 119–124
Chatman’s theories, 134–136
hybrid world, 141–148
living in a city of villages, 136–141
academic city of villages, 137–139
academic small worlds, 136–137
authority, 139–140
historical moment, 140–141
research, 124–127
disciplines, 126–127
genres, 126–127
publishing, 126–127
topics and sources, 125
scholars, 127–134
generational change, 131–132
job demands, 132–134
peers, 128–131
Academic genres, 50–51
Academics, 153–154
Academic small worlds, 136–137
Academic traditions, 82–83
Acceptability, ...

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