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  • Language in Useby Andrea E. Tyler; Mari Takada; Yiyoung Kim

    Georgetown University Press 2005; US$ 44.95

    Language in Use creatively brings together, for the first time, perspectives from cognitive linguistics, language acquisition, discourse analysis, and linguistic anthropology. The physical distance between nations and continents, and the boundaries between different theories and subfields within linguistics have made it difficult to recognize the possibilities... more...

  • Beliefs about SLAby Paula Kalaja; Barcelos A.M. Ferreira

    Springer 2006; US$ 59.95

    A collection of articles, which illustrates work on beliefs about SLA, drawing on the thinking of (educational) philosophers and (discursive) psychologists, including Dewey, Bakhtin, Vygotsky, and Potter. It gives accounts of starting points, definitions, methods of data collection and analysis, main findings and implications for further research. more...

  • Hispanic Child Languagesby John Grinstead

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2009; US$ 149.00

    This book contains 12 papers contributed by leading scholars in the field of language development, studying variants of the languages which originated on the Iberian peninsula. The contributors examine language development in both typically-developing and language-impaired populations who are learning language in diverse learning conditions, including... more...

  • Incomplete Acquisition in Bilingualismby Silvina A. Montrul

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2008; US$ 149.00

    Age effects have played a particularly prominent role in some theoretical perspectives on second language acquisition. This book takes an entirely new perspective on this issue by re-examining these theories in light of the existence of apparently similar non-native outcomes in adult heritage speakers who, unlike adult second language learners, acquired... more...

  • Information Structure and the Dynamics of Language Acquisitionby Christine Dimroth; Marianne Starren

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2003; US$ 180.00

    The papers in this volume focus on the impact of information structure on language acquisition, thereby taking different linguistic approaches into account. They start from an empirical point of view, and examine data from natural first and second language acquisition, which cover a wide range of varieties, from early learner language to native speaker... more...

  • Input and Evidenceby Susanne E. Carroll

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2001; US$ 195.00

    Input and Evidence: the raw material of second language acquisition is an empirical and theoretical treatment of one of the essential components of SLA: the input to language learning mechanisms. It reviews and adds to the empirical studies showing that negative evidence (correction, feedback, repetitions, reformulations) play a role in language... more...

  • The L2 Acquisition of Tense–Aspect Morphologyby M. Rafael Salaberry; Yasuhiro Shirai

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2002; US$ 195.00

    The present volume provides a cross-linguistic perspective on the development of tense-aspect in L2 acquisition. Data-based studies included in this volume deal with the analysis of a wide range of target languages: Chinese, English, Italian, French, Japanese, and Spanish. Theoretical frameworks used to evaluate the nature of the empirical evidence... more...

  • Language Acquisition and the Form of the Grammarby David Lebeaux

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2000; US$ 165.00

    Language Acquisition and the Form of the Grammar attempts to re-think the ideal organization of the grammar, given its need to be learned. The book proposes a fundamental connection between the form of the adult grammar and the sequence of grammars which the child adopts in first language acquisition. Challenging the conventional division between... more...

  • Language Development across Childhood and Adolescenceby Ruth A. Berman

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2004; US$ 128.00

    This volume brings together work by scholars with backgrounds in linguistics, psycholinguistics, developmental psychology, education, and language pathology. As such, the book adds psycholinguistic and crosslinguistic perspectives to the clinical and classroom approaches that have dominated the study of ?later language development?. Incorporating insights... more...

  • Language Experience in Second Language Speech Learningby Ocke-Schwen Bohn; Murray J. Munro

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2007; US$ 173.00

    The notion of phonetic segment, phone and phoneme are closely related and all are intuitively appealing. At least one of them seems like the right description for speech. But all those who report these intuitions happen to be people who learned to write using a phonetic alphabet in early childhood. Speech is difficult to attend to because of its rapidity,... more...