Words nearby literacy
OTHER WORDS FROM literacyan·ti·lit·er·a·cy, adjective
Examples from the Web for literacy
Yet for a vivid decade or so, sleaze was, somewhat paradoxically, a force for literacy and empowerment.
Supporters pointed to math and literacy gains, while critics noted that those improvements disappeared in elementary school.
In 2011, all three countries reported less than 50 percent literacy in their adult population.
There was frenzied uproar when she participated in a literacy program to encourage kids to read.Porn Stars Are People Too, Dammit: Lisa Ann’s Notre Dame Date and the Trolling of David Gregory|Aurora Snow|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Education and literacy, once denied to so many, are universal.Obama Should End America’s Stupidest Foreign Policy: Isolating Cuba|Robert Shrum|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the rare cases when literacy is used today, it is usually for its visual impact.
Literacy, as a socially encompassing ideal, states that people should be literate because people think in language.
To repeat: It is not my intention to reconstitute the history of writing or literacy.
But to stubbornly, and quite myopically, consider TV only from the perspective and expectations of literacy is presumptuous.
Why, at a certain moment in human evolution, does literacy become the main mediating instrument?