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Discourse & Development

Teun A. van Dijk

April 14, 2012

Abt Perkins, D. (1996). Teaching writing in a multicultural classroom: Students and teacher as storytellers. In: Rios, Francisco A. (Ed.), Teacher thinking in cultural contexts. SUNY series, the social context of education. (pp. 151-184). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. [[[discourses and socialization in development of beliefs about learners and role as educator and writing instruction and multicultural teaching, White 7th grade language arts teacher]]]
Ackerman, B. P. (1982). Conceptual Integration and Utterance Interpretation: The Ability of Children and Adults to Interpret Sarcastic Utterances. Child Development, 53(4), 1075-1083. [[[rhetorical figures] [discourse analysis] [age differences in language] [semantics] [psycholinguistics] ]]
Ackerman, B. P. (1986). Children's Sensitivity to Comprehension Failure in Interpreting a Nonliteral Use of an Utterance. Child Development, 57(2), 485-497. [[[Child Language] [Discourse Analysis]]]
Adams, J. (1986). The conspiracy of the text. The place of narrative in the development of thought. London New York: Routledge & K. Paul. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0710207999][Reading, Psychology of][Reading comprehension][Thought and thinking][Discourse analysis, Narrative][Beauty and the beast (Tale)]]]

Adams, L. T., & Worden, P. E. (1986). Script development and memory organization in preschool and elementary school children. Discourse Processes, 9(2), 149-166. [[[human information storage] [memory] [cognitive development] [verbal ability] [age differences] [recognition learning] [comprehension] [childhood] [preschool age children] [school age childre] ]]

Affolter, F. (2004). On the absence of a 'Socio-emotional Enablement' discourse component in international socioeconomic development thought. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 18 (4), 424-436. [[[socio-emotional well-being] [international socio-economic development] [United Nations] [World Bank] [International Monetary Fund]]]
Akhtar, N., Carpenter, M., & Tomasello, M. (1996). The role of discourse novelty in early word learning. Child Development, 67(2), 635-645. [[[sensitivity to discourse novelty in comprehension & language learning, 24 mo olds] [Language Development; Stimulus Novelty; Verbal Comprehension; Childhood; Preschool Age Children]]
Akhtar, N., Dunham, F., & Dunham, P. J. (1991). Directive Interactions and Early Vocabulary Development: The Role of Joint Attentional Focus. Journal of Child Language, 18(1), 41-49. [[[Child Language] [Discourse Analysis] [Vocabulary] [Pragmatics] ]]
Akiko, R. (2003). Discoursive strategy for the commitment to adoption with infants who had been reared at residential nurseries: A discourse analysis of a seminar for adoption. Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 42 (2), 146-165. [[[residential nursery rearing] [parent-child relationships] [developmental processes] [adopted children] [adoptive parents] [blood relationships] [transcendentality]]]
Akimova, G. N. (1974). Urovni sintaksicheskoy ierarkhii kak printsip razvertyvaniya predlozheniya (na materiale yazyka M. V. Lomonosova). (Levels of Syntactic Hierarchy as a Principle of Sentence Development (Based on the Language of M. V. Lomonosov)). Slavica Slovaca, 9(1), 74-85. [[[syntax] [sentence] [russian] [literary genres] [discourse analysis] [adverb] [verbal] ]]

Albertson, B. R. (2007). Organization and development features of Grade 8 and Grade 10 writers: A descriptive study of Delaware Student Testing Program (DSTP) essays. Research in the Teaching of English, 41(4), 435-464. [[[discourse; beliefs; mode; education & educational research]]]

Alexander, P. A. (2005). The path to competence: A lifespan developmental perspective on reading. Journal of Literacy Research, 37(4), 413-436. [[[subject-matter knowledge; instruction; performance; motivation; discourse; children; details; recall; adults; text]]]
Allan, J. A. (2005). Water in the environment/socio-economic development discourse: Sustainability, changing management paradigms and policy responses in a global system. Government and Opposition, 40(2), 181-199.
Allen, S. E. M. (2000). A discourse-pragmatic explanation for argument representation in child Inuktitut. Linguistics, 38 (3), 483-521. [[[discourse pragmatic explanation for argument representation in early Inuktitut language development] [Inuit 2-2.6 yr olds] [9 mo study]]]
Altermatt, E. R., Pomerantz, E. M., Ruble, D. N., Frey, K. S., & Greulich, F. K. (2002). Predicting changes in children's self-perceptions of academic competence: A naturalistic examination of evaluative discourse among classmates. Developmental Psychology, 38 (6), 903-917. [[[academic competence] [changes in self-perceptions] [verbal interactions] [classroom discourse] [classmates] [young elementary school students]]]
Andersen, R. W., & Shirai, Y. (1994). Discourse Motivations for Some Cognitive Acquisition Principles. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 16(2), 133-156. [[[Second Language Learning] [Tense] [Semantic Features] [Verbs] [Aspect] [Cognitive Development] [Conversation]]]

Anderson, A. R., & Smith, R. (2007). The moral space in entrepreneurship: an exploration of ethical imperatives and the moral legitimacy of being enterprising. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 19(6), 479-497. [[[ethics; morals; entrepreneurship; social construction; criminal entrepreneurs; discourse; business]]]

Andrus, J. (2009). The development of an artefactual language ideology: Utterance, event, and agency in the metadiscourse of the excited utterance exception to hearsay. Language & Communication, 29(4), 312-327. [[[communication; linguistics]]]
Anson, C. M. (Ed.). (2002). The WAC casebook. Scenes for faculty reflection and program development. New York: Oxford University Press. [[[b][English language][Interdisciplinary approach in education][Academic writing] [Scientific discourse]]]
Antaki, C., & Leudar, I. (1992). From attribution to argumentation: The case of disappearing discourse. Canadian Psychology, 33 (3), 594-599. [[[historical development of attribution theory and limitations concerning language and discourse analysis]]]
Antrosio, J. (2002). Inverting Development Discourse in Colombia: Transforming Andean Hearths. American Anthropologist, 104(4), 1110-1122.
Anyidoho, N. A., & Manuh, T. (2010). Discourses on women's empowerment in Ghana. Development, 53(2), 267-273. [Lg: English][[[[gender mainstreaming] [Gender policy] [NGOs] [women's organizations] [World Bank] ]]]
Apter, D. E. (1992). Democracy and Emancipatory Movements: Notes for a Theory of Inversionary Discourse. Development and Change, 23(3), 139-173. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Apthorpe, R. (1986). Development Policy Discourse. Public Administration and Development, 6(4), 377-389. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]

Aragones, J. I., Izurieta, C., & Raposo, G. (2003). Reviewing the concept of sustainable development in social discourse. Psicothema, 15(2), 221-226. [[[humanity; future]]]

Aragones, J. I., Raposo, G., & Izurieta, C. (2001). The dimensions of sustainable development in social discourse / Las dimensiones del desarrollo sostenible en el discurso social. Estudios de Psicologia, 22 (1), 23-36. [[[sustainable development] [environmental discourse] [concept dimensions] [social discourse] [political ideology]]]
Arapovic, D., & Andel, M. (2003). Morphological Errors in Discourse of Children with SLI / Morfoloske Pogreske U Diskursu Djece S Pjt. Hrvatska Revija Za Rehabilitacijska Istrazivanja, 39 (1), 11-16. [[[specific language impairment] [children] [morphology] [morphological errors] [language skills] [linguistic development]]]
Arce, A., & Long, N. (Eds.). (2000). Anthropology, development, and modernities: Exploring discourses, counter-tendencies, and violence. London New York: Routledge. [[[b] [Applied anthropology; Rural development; Economic development; Social change; Violence]]]
Archer, A. (2009). Invisible landscapes: Students' constructions of the social and the natural in an engineering course in South Africa. Social Dynamics, 35(2), 258-275. [Lg: English][[[[Discourse] [Multimodal pedagogy] [Narrative] [Rural development] [Social semiotics] ]]]
Ares, N., Stroup, W. M., & Schademan, A. R. (2009). The Power of Mediating Artifacts in Group-Level Development of Mathematical Discourses. Cognition and Instruction, 27(1), 1-24. [[[psychology, educational; psychology, experimental]]]

Arnold, J. E. (2008). THE BACON not the bacon: How children and adults understand accented and unaccented noun phrases. Cognition, 108(1), 69-99. [[[accenting; reference; language comprehension; language development; spoken-language comprehension; pronoun resolution; referring expressions; word-recognition; time-course; discourse; information; speech; prominence; models; psychology, experimental]]]

Aulette-Root, E. (2010). Khomanani: Critical discourse analysis of South Africa state-funded publications on hiv. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 9(1-2), 173-198. [Lg: English][[[[Biomedical discourse] [Denialist discourse] [Health literature] [HIV] [Post-colonial discourse] [South Africa] ]]]
Aviles, L. A. (2001). Epidemiology as Discourse: The Politics of Development Institutions in the Epidemiologic Profile of El Salvador. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 55(3), 164-171.
Avrutin, S. (1999). Development of the syntax-discourse interface. Dordrecht Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0792359364 (HB : alk. paper)][Grammar, Comparative and general][Discourse analysis][Language acquisition][Grammar, Comparative and general][Aphasic persons]]]
Bader, L. A., Zynda, B. A., Thompson, D. R., & Pearce, D. L. (1981). Development of ability to process syntactic structures in expanded discourse. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 53 (1), 36-38. [[[conditions of related and unrelated discourse embedded in text] [syntactic structure processing] [6th graders vs college students]]]
Bah, U. (2008). Rereading the passing of traditional society - Empathy, orthodoxy and the Americanization of the Middle East. Cultural Studies, 22(6), 795-819. [[[daniel lerner; development communication; discourse analysis; identity; other; the passing of traditional society; communication; propaganda; science; anthropology; humanities, multidisciplinary; social sciences, interdisciplinary]]]

Baldry, A. P. (2007). The Role of Multimodal Concordances in Multimodal Corpus Linguistics. In: T. D. Royce, & W. L. Bowcher (Eds.), New directions in the analysis of multimodal discourse. (pp. 173-193). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [Multimodal Corpus Authoring system ][MCA ][film genre analysis ][web-based multimodal concordancer ][research tool development ][linguistics ][Audiovisual Communications Media][Films][Internet][Linguistics][Research and Development ]]]

Ballester, E. P. (2010). Child L2 development of syntactic and discourse properties of Spanish subjects. Bilingualism-Language and Cognition, 13(2), 185-216. [[[word-order; 2nd-language acquisition; split-intransitivity; movement; pro; linguistics; psychology, experimental]]]
Balsera, M. R. (2011). Does the human capital discourse promote or hinder the right to education? The case of girls, orphans and vulnerable children in Rwanda. Journal of International Development, 23(2), 274-287. [Lg: English][[[[Commodification] [Human capital] [Neoliberal governmentality] [Right to education] [Rwanda] ]]]
Baltaxe, C. A. M., & Dangiola, N. (1992). Cohesion in the Discourse Interaction of Autistic, Specifically Language-Impaired, and Normal-Children. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 22(1), 1-21.
Baltaxe, C. A. M., Russell, A., D'Angiola, N., & Simmons, J. Q. (1995). Discourse cohesion in the verbal interactions of individuals diagnosed with autistic disorder or schizotypal personality disorder. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 20 (2), 79-96. [[[use of pronominal and demonstrative and comparative references in social language] [high functioning 10-19 yr olds with autism vs schizotypal personality disorder]]]

Bamberg, M. (2001). Why young American English-speaking children confuse anger and sadness: A study of grammar in practice. In: K. E. Nelson, A. Aksu-Koc, & C. E. Johnson (Eds.), Children's language: Developing narrative and discourse competence, Vol. 10. (pp. 55-72). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [grammars of anger & sadness in 1st & 3rd person narratives & explanatory discourse, 4-6 vs 7-10 yr olds ][Age Differences][Anger][Language Development][Narratives][Sadness

Bamberg, M., & Moissinac, L. (2003). Discourse development. In: A. C. Graesser, M. A. Gernsbacher, & S. R. Goldman (Eds.), Handbook of discourse processes. (pp. 395-437). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [discourse development ][conversational skills ][extended discourse ][Cognitive Development][Conversation][Discourse Analysis][Psychosocial Development ]]]
Bamberg, M. G. W. (1997). A constructivist approach to narrative development. In: Bamberg, Michael G. W. (Ed.), Narrative development: Six approaches. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. [[constructivist approach to discourse analysis of viewpoint & agency in narrative development & events as bounded temporal units in emergence of language use, 4-10 yr olds][Constructivism][Discourse Analysis][Language Development][Narratives]]
Bamberg, M. G. W. (1999). Talk and what talk is about: The development of form and content in discourse practices. Human Development, 42 (5), 247-252. [[[emergence of planned discourse in language development and linguistic cohesion] [children]]]
Bamberg, M. G. W. (2001). Why young American English-speaking children confuse anger and sadness: A study of grammar in practice. In: Nelson, Keith E., Aksu-Koc, Ayhan, & Johnson, Carolyn E. (Eds.), Children's language: Developing narrative and discourse competence, Vol. 10. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. [[grammars of anger & sadness in 1st & 3rd person narratives & explanatory discourse, 4-6 vs 7-10 yr olds][Age Differences][Anger][Language Development][Narratives][Sadness]]
Bamberg, M. G. W. (2002). Literacy and development as discourse, cognition or as both? Journal of Child Language, 29 (2), 449-453. [[[linguistic literacy] [language development] [theories]]]

Bamberg, M. G. W. (Ed.). (1997). Narrative development: Six approaches. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates. [[[b] [Language acquisition; Discourse analysis, Narrative]]]

Bamberg, M. G. W., & Moissinac, L. (2003). Discourse development. In: Graesser, Arthur C., Gernsbacher, Morton Ann, & Goldman, Susan R. (Eds.), Handbook of discourse processes. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. [[discourse development][conversational skills][extended discourse][Cognitive Development][Conversation][Discourse Analysis][Psychosocial Development]]
Banda, F. (2010). Defying monolingual education: alternative bilingual discourse practices in selected coloured schools in Cape Town. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 31(3), 221-235. [[[linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Bandlamudi, L. (1999). Developmental discourse as an author/hero relationship. Culture and Psychology, 5 (1), 41-65. [[[use of novelistic genres as a model for studying relationship between developing subject and relationship to others in theories of human development]]]
Barabantseva, E. (2008). From the Language of Class to the Rhetoric of Development: discourses of 'nationality' and 'ethnicity' in China. Journal of Contemporary China, 17(56), 565-589. [[[legitimacy; area studies]]]
Barabantseva, E. V. (2009). DEVELOPMENT AS LOCALIZATION Ethnic Minorities in China's Official Discourse on the Western Development Project. Critical Asian Studies, 41(2), 225-254. [[[area studies]]]

Barch, D. M., & Berenbaum, H. (1997). The effect of language production manipulations on negative thought disorder and discourse coherence disturbances in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 71(2), 115-127. [[[language production manipulations, negative thought disorder & discourse coherence disturbances, adult inpatients with schizophrenia] [Language Development; Psycholinguistics; Schizophrenia; Thought Disturbances; Verbal Ability; Adulthood; Psychiatric Patients]]

Barclay, J. R., & Reid, M. (1974). Semantic integration in children's recall of discourse. Developmental Psychology,elopmental Psychology. Mar 1974; Vol. 10 (2), 277-281. [[[full passive vs truncated target sentences] [recall of short stories] [kindergartners and 1st and 3rd and 5th grades]]]
Bardovi Harlig, K. (1994). Anecdote or evidence? Evaluating support for hypotheses concerning the development of tense and aspect. In: Tarone, Elaine E., & Gass, Susan M. (Eds.), Research methodology in second-language acquisition. Second language acquisition research: Theoretical and methodological issues. (pp. 41-60). Hillsdale, NJ, England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. [[[hypothesis testing and research methodology of aspect vs discourse hypotheses, meaning and function of interlanguage verbal]ยป
Barnes, M. A., & Dennis, M. (1998). Discourse after early-onset hydrocephalus: Core deficits in children of average intelligence. Brain & Language, 61(3), 309-334. [[[narrative production & comprehension, average verbal IQ 6-15 yr olds with hydrocephalus] [Discourse Analysis; Hydrocephaly; Narratives; Storytelling; Verbal Comprehension; Intelligence Quotient; Language Development]]
Barnes, S., Gutfreund, M., Satterly, D., & Wells, G. (1983). Characteristics of Adult Speech Which Predict Children's Language Development. Journal of Child Language, 10(1), 65-84. [[[child language] [psycholinguistics] [communication theory] [pragmatics] [discourse analysis] ]]
Barns, I., Schibeci, R., Davison, A., & Shaw, R. (2000). What Do You Think About Genetic Medicine: Facilitating Sociable Public Discourse on Developments in the New Genetics. Science Technology & Human Values, 25(3), 283-308.

Bartlett, L. (2008). Literacy's verb: Exploring what literacy is and what literacy does. International Journal of Educational Development, 28(6), 737-753. [[[literacy; literacy policy; education for all; development discourse; brazil; education; pedagogy; children; brazil; education & educational research]]]

Bartlett, T. (2005). Amerindian development in Guyana: legal documents as background to discourse practice. Discourse & Society, 16(3), 341-364.
Bassano, D., Hickmann, M., & Champaud, C. (1992). Epistemic modality in French children's discourse: To be sure or not to be sure? Journal of Child Language, 19 (2), 389-413. [[[development of epistemic modality and attribution of certainty and uncertainty of modal expressions] [4 vs 6 vs 8 yr olds] [France]]]
Beach, R., & Anson, C. M. (1988). The Pragmatics of Memo Writing: Developmental Differences in the Use of Rhetorical Strategies. Written Communication, 5, 157-183. [[[organizational discourse]]]
Bear, J. M. (1987). Development Segments in Discourse: The Interaction of Topic and Cohesion with Implications for Native and Non-Native Speakers of English. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 47, 12, 4373-9. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Written Language] [Native Language Instruction] [Written Language Instruction]]]
Bearison, D. J., & Dorval, B. (2002). Collaborative cognition: Children negotiating ways of knowing. Westport, CT: Ablex Publishing. [[[[b] negotiation] [cognitive development] [collaboration] [social cognition] [psychosocial factors] [discourse processes] [co-constructed knowledge] [ways of knowing]]]
Bearne, E. (2009). Multimodality, literacy and texts: Developing a discourse. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 9 (2), 156-187.[[[Lg: English] [multimodality][literacy][texts][children][discourse][Childhood Development][Discourse Analysis][Literacy][Text Structure]]]

Beck, R. M. (2009). Gender, innovation and ambiguity: speech prohibitions as a resource for 'space to move'. Discourse & Society, 20(5), 531-553. [[[development; gender; innovation; interactional practice; linguistic ideologies; speech prohibition; feminism; communication; autonomy; myths; communication; psychology, multidisciplinary; sociology]]]

Becker, C. (2009). Narrative competences of deaf children in German Sign Language. Sign Language and Linguistics (Online), 12(2), 113-160. [Lg: English][[[[Discourse competence] [German Sign Language] [Narrative development] [Sign language acquisition] [Storytelling] ]]]
Becker, J. A. (1994). Pragmatic Socialization: Parental Input to Preschoolers. Discourse Processes: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 17(1), 131-48. [[[language] [psycholinguistics] [development of language] [influence of parental speech] [on pragmatic competence] [of preschool children]]]
Becker, J. A., & Hall, M. S. (1989). Adult Beliefs about Pragmatic Development. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 10(1), 1-17. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Belief] [Pragmatics] [Child Language]]]
Becker, J. A., Place, K. S., Tenzer, S. A., & Frueh, B. C. (1991). Teachers' Impressions of Children Varying in Pragmatic Skills. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 12(4), 397-412. [[[Interpersonal Communication] [Interpersonal Behavior] [Discourse Analysis] [Social Perception] [Conversation] [Student Teacher Relationship]]]
Bedirhanlu, P. (2007). The Neoliberal Discourse on Corruption as a Means of Consent Building: reflections from post-crisis Turkey. Third World Quarterly, 28(7), 1239-1254. [[[international anti-corruption; planning & development]]]

Beijersbergen, M. D., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M., & Van Ijzendoorn, M. H. (2006). The concept of coherence in attachment interviews: Comparing attachment experts, linguists, and non-experts. Attachment & Human Development, 8(4), 353-369. [[[attachment; coherence; interview; aai; grice's maxims; relevance; psychopathology; representations; organization; computation; strategies; pragmatics; discourse; validity; age; psychology, developmental]]]

Beland, D. (2011). The Politics of Social Policy Language. Social Policy & Administration, 45(1), 1-18. [[[welfare state; social security; ideas; discourse; france; usa; welfare-state; united-states; reform; ideas; discourse; paradigms; security; contract; britain; france; planning & development; public administration; social issues; social work]]]
Belletti, A., Bennati, E., & Sorace, A. (2007). Theoretical and developmental issues in the syntax of subjects: Evidence from near-native Italian. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 25(4), 657-689. [[[null subject parameter; new information focus subjects; cartography; discourse interface; l2 acquisition; near-nativeness; word-order; acquisition; spanish; focus; pro; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Belz, J. A., & Kinginger, C. (2003). Discourse Options and the Development of Pragmatic Competence by Classroom Learners of German: The Case of Address Forms. Language Learning, 53 (4), 591-647. [[[second-person pronoun use] [German pronouns of address] [sociopragmatic ambiguity] [American learners of European languages] [German speakers] [classroom learners] [telecollaborative partnership ]]] [[[educational discourse ]]]
Bensoussan, M., & Rosenhouse, J. (1987). Discourse Analysis in Diagnosing Difficulty in EFL Reading-Comprehension. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 8(4), 323-343.
Beresford, Q., & Gray, J. (2006). Models of policy development in Aboriginal education: Issues and discourse. Australian Journal of Education, 50(3), 265-280.

Berglund, K., & Johansson, A. W. (2007). Entrepreneurship, discourses and conscientization in processes of regional development. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 19(6), 499-525. [[[critical pedagogy; conscientization; entrepreneurship; regional development; discourse; ideology; space; business]]]

Berkowitz, M. W., Oser, F., & Althof, W. (1987). The development of sociomoral discourse. In: Kurtines, William M.; Gewirtz, Jacob L.; (Ed.), Moral development through social interaction. (pp. 322-352). Oxford,England: John Wiley & Sons [[[Lg: English ][Conversation][Moral Development][Social Processes ]]]
Berkowitz, M. W., & Simmons, P. (2003). Integrating science education and character education. In: D. L. Zeidler (Ed.), The role of moral reasoning on socioscientific issues and discourse in science education. (pp. 117-138). Dordrecht,Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [science education ][character education ][democratic education ][moral reasoning development ][citizenship ][schools ][peer collaborative discussion ][science ][Democracy][Moral Development][Personality Development][R
Berman, R. A. (2001). Setting the narrative scene: How children begin to tell a story. In: K. E. Nelson, A. Aksu-Koc, & C. E. Johnson (Eds.), Children's language: Developing narrative and discourse competence, Vol. 10. (pp. 1-30). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [narrative structures & how children begin to tell story, 3 & 5 & 9 yr olds & adults ][Language Development][Narratives][Oral Communication][Storytelling ]]]
Berman, R. A. (2007). Developing linguistic knowledge and language use across adolescence. In: E. Hoff, & M. Shatz (Eds.), Blackwell handbook of language development. (pp. 347-367). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing [[[Lg: English ] [later language development ][non-literal language ][middle childhood ][metalinguistic awareness ][extended discourse ][vocabulary ][adolescence ][syntax ][psycholinguistics ][Language Development ]]]

Berman, R. A., & Katzenberger, I. (2004). Form and function in introducing narrative and expository texts: A developmental perspective. Discourse Processes, 38(1), 57-94. [[[discourse; performance; principles; complexity; children; recall; events; psychology, educational; psychology, experimental]]]

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