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Thinking Aloud
Linear and Non-Linear Reading
Stories are linear, because they rely on the passage of linear time. The texts we read have almost always been linear too. Quite simply, you start at the beginning and read toward the end. What happens when this conventional mode of reading is abandoned?nbsp;BYU Professor Dale Pratt joins Thinking Aloud to discuss this phenomena.nbsp;People abandon it everyday, actually, and it may well be that our modern world is increasingly more disposed toward non-linear reading.nbsp;—Original airdate: 8/7/2009

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