Review of Youth media matters: Participatory cultures and literacies in education


  • Jason D. DeHart The University of Tennessee Knoxville Lee University


Author Biography

Jason D. DeHart, The University of Tennessee Knoxville Lee University

Jason D. DeHart is a Ph.D. candidate in literacy studies at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. DeHart is currently completing a dissertation focused on teachers’ experiences with using film as a text. He has taught courses at both the middle-grades and university levels.


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