The Child Language Reader provides an introduction to the most important research in child language acquisition and development. Including extensive editorial introductions, which explain key background, assumptions and terminology, and organized into thematic sections, it brings the reader into direct contact with original research, in a supported and guided environment.
*articles written by a range of international authors, including classics by influential figures
*coverage of a number of language development areas, including phonology, semantics, sociolinguistics, methodology and bilingualism
*a substantial section on methodology, offering practical insight into the design of child language research
*an appendix on statistical analysis
*a new piece by Brian Richards and David Malvern.
Covering a range of different theoretical standpoints, The Child Language Reader offers a comprehensive overview of the field, and is a definitive resource for anyone with an interest in child language.
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Kate Trott, formerly Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at York St John College, and Sushie Dobbinson, formerly Head of Programme for Linguistics at York St John College, are now both based at Sheffield University, UK. Patrick Griffiths is a Professor of English at Beppu University, Japan.Review:
'This reader is recommended for the variety and breadth of the papers presented. In addition, objective editing allows the reader to evaluate the value of the ideas presented for herself.' - Linguist List
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Buchbeschreibung London & New York : Routledge, 2004., 2004. Wrappers (paperback) xviii,364 pp.; 25 cm. Text in English (covers very sl. worn, previous owner's name at top of title page) Almost as new. Price when new GBP 22.99 = ca. EUR 32. 800g. Artikel-Nr. 21606