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The rising cost of university…

September 22, 2011

Is it a democracy if the information isn’t free?

Not entirely off the topic… think boundary crossings (adolescents are considered adults when they start voting, go to university, leave home (among other things)… etc)… then consider how much information is available at universities (so long as you’re a member…)… think voice, forum, political information… just a thought anyway…

but on the topic, how is information accessed, shared, interpreted, etc in YA Lit? How important is it? What discourses surround information in YA Lit?

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