Reader Response

Reader Response

In print media, a measure of reader interest in an advertisement based on the number of letters and other communications the magazine or periodical receives in relation to the ad.
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The Reader Response Notebook: Teaching Toward Agency, Autonomy, and Accountability
Phelan's focus on the textual element of progression (rather than, say, the element of character) makes it easier to imagine with Phelan how an author would conceive of reader response before the fact.
Reader Response Theory began to take hold in the 1960s.
I'll bet I still own more wigs than any drag queen--I love me a wig." (She has about 25 of them.) Commenter Michael Dennis Ellis captured reader response succinctly, writing, "I love you Melissa McCarthy!" The rest of the media universe was mostly interested in her girl crush on Girls star and creator Lena Dunham.
Based on reader response, we'll select a few locations to share in an upcoming issue of Weekend.
After outlining their approach to issues of curriculum and pedagogy (which involves active engagement, work-related learning, cultural analysis, placing texts in context, the history and development of literature, the craft of writing, reader response, the idea of literature and how it operates in society, and the nature of literary study), they apply the approach to teaching poetry, novels, drama, theory and criticism, context and interpretation, and writing, with suggested activities.
In his review of two books on tax reform--BRUCE BARTLETT'S The Benefit and the Burden and MARTIN SULLIVAN'S Corporate Tax Reform--DAVID CAY JOHNSTON took on the "three great lies concerning taxes" and generated animated reader response.
We've been devoting most of our October issue to waterfowl and retrievers for the past several years, and reader response has been generally positive.
Reader response to Roethke's My Papa's Waltz: Exploring different perspectives.
If reading is, as Iser describes it, a creative process in and of itself, which adds layers of meaning and understanding to a given work, then practitioners of a profession closely associated with books, reading, and literacy--librarianship--can use reader response theory to improve the services they offer to patrons.
45% of grade 11 teachers use a reader response approach in teaching imaginative literature.
And, as always we await reader response on our effort.