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Trayectorias lectoras discontinuas: prácticas letradas durante la transición a la universidad / Discontinued reading trajectories: legal practices during the transition to university

Yudi Herrera, Bianca Dapelo

Resumen

El estudio de la transición a la universidad intenta dar respuestas al aumento del fracaso escolar durante el primer año de universidad. Se problematiza la transición como un fenómeno estandarizado que desconoce las trayectorias de literacidad irregular de los estudiantes. Este estudio pretende contrastar las prácticas letradas académicas y no académicas para dar cuenta del proceso de apropiación de la cultura letrada en la transición, sus disrupciones e identidades lectoras emergentes. Se plantea un estudio cualitativo descriptivo, con un enfoque fenomenológico para dar cuenta de categorías de descripción estructuradas jerárquicamente. Se basa en dos series de grupos focales (70 estudiantes) y 8 entrevistas. Los resultados más relevantes señalan que existe una hibridación de prácticas letradas que conviven con el discurso del déficit. Se plantea la necesidad de valorar de las identidades lectoras de contextos vernaculares y al mismo tiempo proporcionarles acceso a formas dominantes de las prácticas letradas.

Palabras clave

literacidad académica, trayectoria de lectura, transición, identidad lectora, literacidad vernácula

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