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In The Face Of Ever Increasing Demands For Speed Reading Of Volumes Of Information Fragments, Some Readers Are Choosing To Slow Down While It Often Seems Necessary To Read Quickly, Many Readers Share A Conviction That Reading Slowly Is Essential To Enjoyment And ComprehensionThe Involuntary Practice Of Slow Reading Has Been A Subject Of Much Research, But Little Is Known About The Voluntary Practice Slow Reading Examines The Research, From The Earliest References In Religion And Philosophy, To The Practice Of Close Reading In The Humanities, And The Recent Swell Of Interest Associated With The Slow Movement It Looks At The Diverse Angles From Which Slow Reading Has Been Approached In Education, Library Sciences And Media Studies Research In Psychology And Neurophysiology Provides A Tentative Explanation For The Ongoing Role Of Slow ReadingSlow Reading Brings Attention To Emerging Ideas In Technology And Culture The Traditional Technologies Of Print And The Book Have Persisted As Part Of Our Information Ecology Because Of The Need For Slow Reading And Deep Comprehension The Theme Of Locality In The Slow Movement Provides Insight Into The Importance Of Physical Location In Our Relationship With Information Most Of All, Slow Reading Represents A Rediscovery Of The Pleasure Of Reading For Its Own Saketp Enpedia Wiki Slowrea Slow Reading


About the Author: John Miedema

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10 thoughts on “Slow Reading

  1. says:

    A Skimmable Note on Slow ReadingIt is a pity that for a book that celebrates books that deserve, no demand the investment of time and all our mental and emotional faculties, it is itself barely so.Despite its bite sized length and lack of depth, it is still important I


  2. says:

    This brief, attractively designed book is a master s thesis It reads like a master s thesis It is very, very important that readers, information science professionals, and policy makers read this cogent, well argued tract on the role of reading and the varying styles that


  3. says:

    Taking the time to get the most of out what we read pleasure, knowledge, an aesthetic experience you might think you don t need a reminder about that On the other hand, if goodreads is trying to guilt you into some kind of pages per day regime maybe you do I realized when I


  4. says:

    I bought this book hoping it would give me some insight into the fact some of my students make a goal to read faster, but every semester I have students who want to learn to read slower There IS something about slow, reflective reading that is so rewarding The author is a libra


  5. says:

    So often I start to despair when I realize how many books there are and how few I will ever be able to read Slow Reading offers me another response to simply and happily acknowledge that life is indeed short, and that our smaller selection of books represents a unique expression o


  6. says:

    Miedema put this slim book together from research he did for a graduate course in library and information science Published in 2009, the book is somewhat outdated, though the basic research that he cites has only been supplemented, not supplanted, by work that has come later This is


  7. says:

    Publisher s blurb The traditional technologies of print and the book have persisted as part of our information ecology because of the need for slow reading and deep comprehension The theme of locality in the Slow Movement provides insight into the importance of physical location in our


  8. says:

    A lovely book I wrote a review of it for Libreas, but did not include one of my favorite quotes in that forum, so I ll include it here Children can use fiction as a testing ground for their future selves Is there any reason to stop this process when we reach adulthood It is sad and a bit c


  9. says:

    This was a surprisingly tremendous book Miedema is a fine writer and I would also like to recommend the press Litwin Books The book is beautifully produced and a pleasure to read So the form contributes to the argument.Miedema offers a short but potent application of the slow movement to read


  10. says:

    A pleasurable introduction to the idea of slow reading Although written in the format of a term paper, this book does an excellent job of explaining the various facets of slow reading It describes why slow reading is important in the digital era.


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