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Putting the pieces together: Sentence comprehension in aphasia in two clear case-marking languages. Time, space, and Western contraception in rural Gambia. Danziger, Eve Deixis, gesture, and cognition in spatial frame of reference typology. Commentary on "The onset and mastery of spatial language in children acquiring British sign language" by G.
Meaning from Frege to the postmodern. Barcelona, Antonio b On the plausibility of claiming a metonymic motivation for conceptual metaphor. 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.
In The Linguistic Society of Korea eds. Bickel, Balthasar Grammar and sociocultural practice: The case for semantic relations: Several of the contributions to the new book also deal with developmental perspectives, but, in distinction to the book, that is not the only focused issue.
The chapter authors seek to explore these neglected contexts in more depth. Clark, Herbert a Using Language. Toivainen-- Acquisition of Greek, U. Reviews Reviews for Volumes 1 and 2 "…[Slobin] has really cornered the market, for these volumes will be a standard reference for years to come.
This part is concluded by Dan Slobin with an analysis and overview discussion of factors of linguistic typology in frog-story research. Comrie, Bernard Aspect.
It addresses 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. Givon, Function, Structure, and Language Acquisition.
Nielsen Book Data Subjects. Bultinck, Bert Metaphors we die by: Authors approach the language in question as a case study in a potential crosslinguistic typology of acquisitional problems, considering those data which continue to issues of general theoretical concern in developmental psycholinguistics and linguistic theory.
Malagasy and other time concepts and some consequences for communication. Brown, Penelope Time and space in Tzeltal: The meanings of two-word utterances in the speech of young children.
Unique in its approach toward individual languages and in its comparative perspective, this book is a hallmark of a rapidly growing area of interdisciplinary, international research.
Engberg-Pedersen, Elisabeth Space and time. The new book represents a rich overview and illustration of recent advances in theoretical and methodological approaches to the crosslinguistic study of narrative discourse.
Contributions focusing on crosslinguistic perspectives make up the first part of the book. Working closely with Ruth Berman and Dan Slobin, the new editors have brought together a wide range of scholars who, inspired by the book, This part is concluded by Dan Slobin with an analysis and overview discussion of factors of linguistic typology in frog-story research.
Relating Events in Narrative: Typological and Contextual Perspectives, edited by Sven Stromqvist 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 Cross-Linguistic Developmental Study ().
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Relating Narrative Events in Translation1 Dan I. Slobin Crosslinguistic studies of languageare motivated by the goal of comparing shared, universal features of language structure and use with patterns analysis of temporal, causal, and spatial dimensions of events.
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Support is provided by the Linguistics Program of the National Science Foundation under grant SBR, “Can a Deaf Child Learn to Sign from Hearing Parents?” to Dan I. Slobin, PI and Nini Hoiting, co-PI. Relating Events in Narrative, Volume 2: Typological and Contextual Perspectivesedited by Sven Stromqvist 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().Dan slobin analysis