What do we actually mean when we talk about ‘text’? By asking such a broad, yet challenging question, we become aware of what is problematic about this field of study. Nowadays it is necessary to have quite an open attitude when the concept or concepts of ‘text’ are discussed. This is because there are so many ways in which researchers approach ‘text’. We must decide which perspectives we wish to operate with, and then distinguish ‘text’ from that which does not fall within this definition.1
How to Cite:
Aamotsbakken, B. (2008). The Pedagogical Text – an important element in the textual world? Reflections on the concepts of ’text’, ’context’ and ’literacy culture’. Designs for Learning, 1(1), 23–40.