Literacy, China, Rural China
The American Library Association has long been concerned with the promotion of literacy, particularly as it pertains to the equity and global universality of access to information. When libraries focus on the accessibility of information, literacy is understandably an initial step in the process. This essay focuses on challenges to literacy in rural China, and how technology may be improving access to information for many of the inland population.
Clark, Amanda C.R.
"Literacy and Cultural Assimilation in Rural China: A Report from the Interior" Whitworth University (2011). Library Faculty Scholarship.