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Trilingual language acquisition : contextual factors influencing active trilingualism in early childhood, Sarah Chevalier, University of Zurich

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Trilingual language acquisition : contextual factors influencing active trilingualism in early childhood
Title
Trilingual language acquisition
Title remainder
contextual factors influencing active trilingualism in early childhood
Statement of responsibility
Sarah Chevalier, University of Zurich
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Chevalier, Sarah
Dewey number
404/.2083
Index
index present
LC call number
P115.2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Trends in Language acquisition research,
Series volume
16
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Multilingualism in children
  • Language acquisition
  • Education, Bilingual
  • EDUCATION
  • Education, Bilingual
  • Language acquisition
  • Multilingualism in children
Label
Trilingual language acquisition : contextual factors influencing active trilingualism in early childhood, Sarah Chevalier, University of Zurich
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Trilingual Language Acquisition; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 2. Bilingual language acquisition research: A review of the literature; 2.0 Introduction ; 2.1 Döpke (1992) ; 2.2 Lanza (2004) ; 2.3 Nicoladis and Genesee (1998) ; 2.4 Kasuya (1998) ; 2.5 Juan-Garau and Pérez-Vidal (2001) ; 2.6 Comeau, Genesee and Lapaquette (2003) ; 2.7 De Houwer (2007) ; 2.8 Gathercole and Thomas (2009) ; 2.9 De Houwer (2009) ; 2.10 Tare and Gelman (2010, 2014) ; 2.11 Conclusion ; 3. Trilingual language acquisition studies; 3.0 Introduction
  • 3.1 Hoffmann (1985) 3.2 Hélot (1988) ; 3.3 Mikès (1990) ; 3.4 Faingold (1999) ; 3.5 Barron-Hauwaert (2000) ; 3.6 Dewaele (2000, 2007) ; 3.7 Quay (2001) ; 3.8 De Houwer (2004) ; 3.9 Maneva (2004) ; 3.10 Montanari (2005) ; 3.11 Barnes (2006) ; 3.12 Stavans and Swisher (2006) ; 3.13 Cruz Ferreira (2006) ; 3.14 Kazzazi (2007, 2011) ; 3.15 Quay (2008) ; 3.16 Wang (2008) ; 3.17 Braun and Cline (2010) ; 3.18 Conclusion ; 4. A study of trilingual language acquisition in context: Methodology; 4.0 Introduction ; 4.1 The families and the data collection ; 4.2 Transcription
  • 4.2.1 Names of transcriptions 4.2.2 Recordings chosen for transcription ; 4.2.3 Lag between recording and transcription ; 4.2.4 Section of the recording transcribed ; 4.2.5 What was transcribed ; 4.2.6 Transcribers and transcribing time ; 4.2.7 Transcription conventions ; 4.2.8 Determining the utterance ; 4.2.9 Determining the turn ; 4.3 Language coding ; 4.3.1 Seven basic varieties ; 4.3.2 Other ; 4.3.3 Further languages and language combinations ; 4.4 Conclusion ; 5. The children's language production; 5.0 Introduction ; 5.1 Relative quantity ; 5.2 Language dominance
  • 5.2.1 Mean Length of Utterance and Upper Bound 5.2.2 Cross-linguistic influence: morphological ; 5.2.3 Cross-linguistic influence: syntactic, semantic and phonological ; 5.2.4 Self-talk ; 5.2.5 Comprehension ; 5.2.6 Caregivers' views ; 5.3 Conclusion ; 6. "He spends a lot of time with his grandmother": Contextual factors; 6.0 Introduction ; 6.1 Consistency in following the one person, one language strategy ; 6.2 Amount of input ; 6.3 Language constellations ; 6.4 Variety of contacts ; 6.5 Status of languages ; 6.6 Conclusion ; 7. "What does Shelly say?": Focus on caregiver discourse styles
  • 7.0 Introduction 7.1 Responses to mixing: parental discourse strategies revisited ; 7.1.1 Instruction to translate ; 7.1.2 Minimal grasp ; 7.1.3 Expressed guess ; 7.1.4 Adult repetition ; 7.1.5 Moving on ; 7.1.6 Code-switching ; 7.1.7 No response to mixing ; 7.1.8 Special cases in coding ; 7.1.9 Children's reactions to the three constraining responses ; 7.2 Responses of Lina's caregivers ; 7.2.1 Responses of Lina's mother ; 7.2.2 Responses of Lina's father ; 7.2.3 Responses of Lina's aunt ; 7.3 Responses of Elliot's caregivers ; 7.3.1 Responses of Elliot's mother
Control code
915159509
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027267887
Lccn
2015029834
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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4386582
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)915159509
Label
Trilingual language acquisition : contextual factors influencing active trilingualism in early childhood, Sarah Chevalier, University of Zurich
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Trilingual Language Acquisition; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 2. Bilingual language acquisition research: A review of the literature; 2.0 Introduction ; 2.1 Döpke (1992) ; 2.2 Lanza (2004) ; 2.3 Nicoladis and Genesee (1998) ; 2.4 Kasuya (1998) ; 2.5 Juan-Garau and Pérez-Vidal (2001) ; 2.6 Comeau, Genesee and Lapaquette (2003) ; 2.7 De Houwer (2007) ; 2.8 Gathercole and Thomas (2009) ; 2.9 De Houwer (2009) ; 2.10 Tare and Gelman (2010, 2014) ; 2.11 Conclusion ; 3. Trilingual language acquisition studies; 3.0 Introduction
  • 3.1 Hoffmann (1985) 3.2 Hélot (1988) ; 3.3 Mikès (1990) ; 3.4 Faingold (1999) ; 3.5 Barron-Hauwaert (2000) ; 3.6 Dewaele (2000, 2007) ; 3.7 Quay (2001) ; 3.8 De Houwer (2004) ; 3.9 Maneva (2004) ; 3.10 Montanari (2005) ; 3.11 Barnes (2006) ; 3.12 Stavans and Swisher (2006) ; 3.13 Cruz Ferreira (2006) ; 3.14 Kazzazi (2007, 2011) ; 3.15 Quay (2008) ; 3.16 Wang (2008) ; 3.17 Braun and Cline (2010) ; 3.18 Conclusion ; 4. A study of trilingual language acquisition in context: Methodology; 4.0 Introduction ; 4.1 The families and the data collection ; 4.2 Transcription
  • 4.2.1 Names of transcriptions 4.2.2 Recordings chosen for transcription ; 4.2.3 Lag between recording and transcription ; 4.2.4 Section of the recording transcribed ; 4.2.5 What was transcribed ; 4.2.6 Transcribers and transcribing time ; 4.2.7 Transcription conventions ; 4.2.8 Determining the utterance ; 4.2.9 Determining the turn ; 4.3 Language coding ; 4.3.1 Seven basic varieties ; 4.3.2 Other ; 4.3.3 Further languages and language combinations ; 4.4 Conclusion ; 5. The children's language production; 5.0 Introduction ; 5.1 Relative quantity ; 5.2 Language dominance
  • 5.2.1 Mean Length of Utterance and Upper Bound 5.2.2 Cross-linguistic influence: morphological ; 5.2.3 Cross-linguistic influence: syntactic, semantic and phonological ; 5.2.4 Self-talk ; 5.2.5 Comprehension ; 5.2.6 Caregivers' views ; 5.3 Conclusion ; 6. "He spends a lot of time with his grandmother": Contextual factors; 6.0 Introduction ; 6.1 Consistency in following the one person, one language strategy ; 6.2 Amount of input ; 6.3 Language constellations ; 6.4 Variety of contacts ; 6.5 Status of languages ; 6.6 Conclusion ; 7. "What does Shelly say?": Focus on caregiver discourse styles
  • 7.0 Introduction 7.1 Responses to mixing: parental discourse strategies revisited ; 7.1.1 Instruction to translate ; 7.1.2 Minimal grasp ; 7.1.3 Expressed guess ; 7.1.4 Adult repetition ; 7.1.5 Moving on ; 7.1.6 Code-switching ; 7.1.7 No response to mixing ; 7.1.8 Special cases in coding ; 7.1.9 Children's reactions to the three constraining responses ; 7.2 Responses of Lina's caregivers ; 7.2.1 Responses of Lina's mother ; 7.2.2 Responses of Lina's father ; 7.2.3 Responses of Lina's aunt ; 7.3 Responses of Elliot's caregivers ; 7.3.1 Responses of Elliot's mother
Control code
915159509
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027267887
Lccn
2015029834
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
4386582
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)915159509

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