Colloquium Paedolinguisticum

Colloquium Paedolinguisticum

JANUA LINGUARUM STUDIA MEMORIAE NICOLAI VAN WIJK DEDICATA edenda curat C. H. VAN SCHOONEVELD Indiana University SerieS Minor, 133 COLLOQUIUM PAEDOLINGUISTICUM Proceedings of the First International Symposium of Paedolinguistics Front ...

Author: Karel Ohnesorg

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783111354224

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Colloquium Paedolinguisticum Lundensis

Colloquium Paedolinguisticum Lundensis

Colloquium Paedolinguisticum Lundensis 1989 , Lund 1991 . Child Language Research Institute Papers can be ordered from : Lund University , Department of Linguistics , Child Language Research Institute , Helgonabacken 12 , S - 223 62 ...

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Category: Children

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Relating Events in Narrative Volume 2

Relating Events in Narrative  Volume 2

Paper presented at the conference of the Icelandic Linguistic Society in honor of the 200'h anniversary of Christian Rask, Reykjavik. ... In R.Soderbergh (Ed.), Proceedings of Colloquium Paedolinguisticum Lundensis (pp. 3345).

Author: Ludo Verhoeven

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781135621056

Category: Psychology

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Relating Events in Narrative, Volume 2: Typological and Contextual Perspectives edited by Sven Strömqvist and Ludo Verhoeven, is the much anticipated follow-up volume to Ruth Berman and Dan Slobin's successful "frog-story studies" book, Relating Events in Narrative: A Crosslinguistic Developmental Study (1994). Working closely with Ruth Berman and Dan Slobin, the new editors have brought together a wide range of scholars who, inspired by the 1994 book, have all used Mercer Mayer's Frog, Where Are You? as a basis for their research. The new book, which is divided into two parts, features a broad linguistic and cultural diversity. Contributions focusing on crosslinguistic perspectives make up the first part of the book. This part is concluded by Dan Slobin with an analysis and overview discussion of factors of linguistic typology in frog-story research. The second part offers a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives, all dealing with contextual variation of narrative construction in a wide sense: variation across medium/modality (speech, writing, signing), genre variation (the specific frog story narrative compared to other genres), frog story narrations from the perspective of theory of mind, and from the perspective of bilingualism and second language acquisition. Several of the contributions to the new book manuscript also deal with developmental perspectives, but, in distinction to the 1994 book, that is not the only focused issue. The second part is initiated by Ruth Berman with an analysis of the role of context in developing narrative abilities. The new book represents a rich overview and illustration of recent advances in theoretical and methodological approaches to the crosslinguistic study of narrative discourse. A red thread throughout the book is that crosslinguistic variation is not merely a matter of variation in form, but also in content and aspects of cognition. A recurrent perspective on language and thought is that of Dan Slobin's theory of "thinking for speaking," an approach to cognitive consequences of linguistic diversity. The book ends with an epilogue by Herbert Clark, "Variations on a Ranarian Theme."
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Relating Events Narrative Set

Relating Events Narrative Set

Paper presented at the conference of the Icelandic Linguistic Society in honor of the 200th anniversary of Christian Rask , Reykjavík . ... In R. Söderbergh ( Ed . ) , Proceedings of Colloquium Paedolinguisticum Lundensis ( pp .

Author: Ruth A. Berman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317778042

Category: Psychology

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This volume represents the culmination of an extensive research project that studied the development of linguistic form/function relations in narrative discourse. It is unique in the extent of data which it analyzes--more than 250 texts from children and adults speaking five different languages--and in its crosslinguistic, typological focus. It is the first book to address the issue of how the structural properties and rhetorical preferences of different native languages--English, German, Spanish, Hebrew, and Turkish--impinge on narrative abilities across different phases of development. The work of Berman and Slobin and their colleagues provides insight into the interplay between shared, possibly universal, patterns in the developing ability to create well-constructed, globally organized narratives among preschoolers from three years of age compared with school children and adults, contrasted against the impact of typological and rhetorical features of particular native languages on how speakers express these abilities in the process of "relating events in narrative." This volume also makes a special contribution to the field of language acquisition and development by providing detailed analyses of how linguistic forms come to be used in the service of narrative functions, such as the expression of temporal relations of simultaneity and retrospection, perspective-taking on events, and textual connectivity. To present this information, the authors prepared in-depth analyses of a wide range of linguistic systems, including tense-aspect marking, passive and middle voice, locative and directional predications, connectivity markers, null subjects, and relative clause constructions. In contrast to most work in the field of language acquisition, this book focuses on developments in the use of these early forms in extended discourse--beyond the initial phase of early language development.
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Relating Events in Narrative Typological and contextual perspectives

Relating Events in Narrative  Typological and contextual perspectives

Paper presented at the conference of the Icelandic Linguistic Society in honor of the 200'h anniversary of Christian Rask, Reykjavik. ... In R.Soderbergh (Ed.), Proceedings of Colloquium Paedolinguisticum Lundensis (pp. 3345).

Author: Sven Strömqvist

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780805846720

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 624

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Relating Events in Narrative, Volume 2: Typological and Contextual Perspectives edited by Sven Strömqvist and Ludo Verhoeven, is the much anticipated follow-up volume to Ruth Berman and Dan Slobin's successful "frog-story studies" book, Relating Events in Narrative: A Crosslinguistic Developmental Study (1994). Working closely with Ruth Berman and Dan Slobin, the new editors have brought together a wide range of scholars who, inspired by the 1994 book, have all used Mercer Mayer's Frog, Where Are You? as a basis for their research. The new book, which is divided into two parts, features a broad linguistic and cultural diversity. Contributions focusing on crosslinguistic perspectives make up the first part of the book. This part is concluded by Dan Slobin with an analysis and overview discussion of factors of linguistic typology in frog-story research. The second part offers a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives, all dealing with contextual variation of narrative construction in a wide sense: variation across medium/modality (speech, writing, signing), genre variation (the specific frog story narrative compared to other genres), frog story narrations from the perspective of theory of mind, and from the perspective of bilingualism and second language acquisition. Several of the contributions to the new book manuscript also deal with developmental perspectives, but, in distinction to the 1994 book, that is not the only focused issue. The second part is initiated by Ruth Berman with an analysis of the role of context in developing narrative abilities. The new book represents a rich overview and illustration of recent advances in theoretical and methodological approaches to the crosslinguistic study of narrative discourse. A red thread throughout the book is that crosslinguistic variation is not merely a matter of variation in form, but also in content and aspects of cognition. A recurrent perspective on language and thought is that of Dan Slobin's theory of "thinking for speaking," an approach to cognitive consequences of linguistic diversity. The book ends with an epilogue by Herbert Clark, "Variations on a Ranarian Theme."
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Bibliographie internationale sur le bilinguisme

Bibliographie internationale sur le bilinguisme

( Communication présentée à la Conférence Internationale ... 15904 Milewski , T. ( Paper Presented at the Conference on Bilingualism , Biculturalism and Voraussetzungen einer ... 15905 Millar , N. Colloquium Paedolinguisticum .

Author: William Francis Mackey

Publisher: Presses Université Laval

ISBN: 2763769918

Category: Bilingualism

Page: 575

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Language Development from Two to Three

Language Development from Two to Three

130-47 ) . The Hague : Mouton . Janota , P. ( 1972 ) . Development of children's vocabulary . In K. Ohnesorg ( Ed . ) , Colloquium paedolinguisticum , proceedings of the First Interna- tional Symposium of Paedolinguistics , at Brno ...

Author: Lois Bloom

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521435838

Category: Psychology

Page: 532

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Since the 1960s, the increasingly evident degradation of the planet has brought a new urgency to much new art and architecture. Radical Natureis the first publication to gather together artists from this period and onward, who have created utopian works and devised inspiring solutions for our planet. Radical Naturedraws on ideas that have emerged from Land art, environmental activism, experimental architecture and utopian thought-ideas that propose a new "radical nature" to reconcile the earth's needs with those of humankind. Works by pioneering figures such as the architectural collective Ant Farm, visionary architect R. Buckminster Fuller and artists Joseph Beuys, Agnes Denes, Hans Haacke and Robert Smithson are presented alongside works by a younger generation including Simon Starling, Luke Fowler, Heather and Ivan Morison, R&Sie(n) and Philippe Rahm.
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Yugoslav General Linguistics

Yugoslav General Linguistics

London/Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Ohnesorg, Karel (ed.). 1972. Colloquium paedolinguisticum: Proceedings of the First International Symposium of Paedolinguistics held at Brno, 1416 October 1970.

Author: Milorad Radovanovi?

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027278432

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 381

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This volume is the first anthology of readings in Yugoslav general linguistics in English. It contains twenty contributions by outstanding Yugoslav scholars in such areas as comparative typology and contact linguistics, sociolinguistics (including such topics as bilingualism, multilingualism, diglossia, language planning, language policy, translation theory, etc.), psycholinguistics, structural/generative linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics), text linguistics, pragmatics, linguistic semiotics, and the philosophy of language science. The collection should appeal to linguists of all persuasions and specializations.
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Roman Jakobson

Roman Jakobson

17 K. Ohnesorg , “ Une contribution à la pédophonétique comparée , " Colloquium Paedolinguisticum : Proceedings of the First International Symposium of Paedolinguistics , held in Brno , Fall 1970 , ed . Karel Ohnesorg ( Mouton : The ...

Author: Daniel Armstrong

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783112329788

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 542

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Phonological Studies

Phonological Studies

In Papers from the Fifth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, ed. A. Ahlqvist, 211—222. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. ... In Colloquium Paedolinguisticum, ed. K. Ohnesorg, 159—165. The Hague: Mouton. Mehta, Ved. 1971.

Author: Roman Jakobson

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110892499

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 879

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