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Reading at Risk: A Survey of Literary Reading in America
Kelly Hill (au); Dana Gioia (pf). This comprehensive survey of American literary reading by the Nat. Endowment for the Arts presents a detailed but bleak assessment of the decline of reading’s role in the nation’s culture. For the first time in modern history, less than half of the adult population now reads literature, & these trends reflect a larger decline in other sorts of reading. This is a descriptive survey of national trends in adult literary reading. Based on an enormous sample size of more than 17,000 adults, it covers most major demographic groups -- providing statistical measurements by age, gender, education, income, region, race, & ethnicity. Spanning 20 years of polling, the survey was conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Charts & tables.
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