I analyze national documents created by the governments in Brazil and the United State, revealing structures and strategies that contribute to a dominant-power mode of reproduction that result in social and economic inequalities. My dissertation explores the transformational learning power of critical information literacy as a means to bring about change.
Sheril HookSupervisor: Siobhan Stevenson
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information literacy, critical discourse analysis, structuration theory, political economy, critical information literacy
B.A., English Literature; M.A. English Literature; MLS
I currently serve as the ACRL Representative to the ALA Education Assembly and review manuscripts for publication in three peer-reviewed journals: College & Research Libraries, Journal of Academic Librarianship, and Communications in Information Literacy. Since 2014, I have worked as the Chief Librarian for Kelly Library, University of St. Michael’s College, UofT.