Language and Social Interaction at Home and School

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| University of Bologna
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As Ragnar Rommetveit put it forty years ago, dialogue is “the architecture of intersubjectivity”: a tool not only for maintaining yet also constantly transforming our life-worlds. The volume advances and empirically illustrates the role of talk-in-interaction in displaying, ratifying, creating yet also defying the crucial dimensions of the world we live in. This process is particularly noticeable in children’s primary social worlds, i.e. home and school where they are socialized to becoming competent members of the communities they (will) live in. Drawing on fifty years of research on children's socialization through language and social interaction, the volume provides new multidisciplinary insights and updated empirical data on the process through which cultures, identities, and knowledge are brought into being through the everyday dialogues that animate children’s life at home and school. The volume addresses a specialized readership and its interdisciplinary framework ensures that it will be of great interest to scholars from different academic fields, such as social and developmental psychology, anthropology, education, developmental linguistics, sociolinguistics and developmental pragmatics.
[Dialogue Studies, 32]  2021.  vi, 385 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Language, culture and social interaction: An introduction
Letizia Caronia
1–36
Part 1. Dialogues at home
37–188
Chapter 1. Children’s socialization to multi-party interactive practices: Who talks to whom about what in family dinners
Aliyah Morgenstern, Stéphanie Caët, Camille Debras, Pauline Beaupoil-Hourdel and Marine Le Mené
45–86
Chapter 2. Making unquestionable worlds: Morality building practices in family dinner dialogues
Letizia Caronia, Vittoria Colla and Renata Galatolo
87–120
Chapter 3. Talking to children with atypical development: A study on ‘Are you going to’ questions
Alessandra Fasulo
121–152
Chapter 4. Promoting communication practices about school activities in multilingual families
Cecilia Andorno and Silvia Sordella
153–188
PART II. Dialogues at school
189–350
Chapter 5. Language, interaction, and culture at school: An overview
Letizia Caronia and Nicola Nasi
193–220
Chapter 6. Dialogicity in diapers: Attunement and misattunement at the nursery school
Anna Pileri
221–256
Chapter 7. Challenging the triadic dialogue format: Pupils’ interactional work in answering questions in whole-class interactions
Piera Margutti
257–294
Chapter 8. Building bridges: Dialogue and interaction between teachers from divided communities involved in a shared education project
Joanne Hughes and Rebecca Loader
295–316
Chapter 9. Facilitating children’s elicitation of interlaced narratives in classroom interactions
Claudio Baraldi
317–350
Chapter 10. Student-teacher e-mail interaction as asynchronous dialogue in an academic setting
Sabrina Fusari
351–376
Contributors
377–381
Index
383–385
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2021031055 | Marc record