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Kuntay, Aylin C.
2004. Lists as Alternative Discourse Structures to Narratives in Preschool Children's Conversations. Discourse Processes 38:1  pp. 95 ff. Crossref logo
Kyratzis, Amy
2020. Social context and language: A tribute to the lifework of Susan Ervin‐Tripp. Journal of Sociolinguistics 24:1  pp. 156 ff. Crossref logo
Logan, Kenneth J.
2003. Language and Fluency Characteristics of Preschoolers’ Multiple-Utterance Conversational Turns. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 46:1  pp. 178 ff. Crossref logo
MAVIŞ, İLKNUR, MÜGE TUNÇER & NATALIA GAGARINA
2016. Macrostructure components in narrations of Turkish–German bilingual children. Applied Psycholinguistics 37:1  pp. 69 ff. Crossref logo
Quasthoff, Uta & Sören Ohlhus
2017.  In Erzählen,  pp. 76 ff. Crossref logo
Soto, Gloria & Elizabeth Hartmann
2006. Analysis of narratives produced by four children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Journal of Communication Disorders 39:6  pp. 456 ff. Crossref logo
Soto, Gloria, Elizabeth Hartmann & David P. Wilkins
2006. Exploring the elements of narrative that emerge in the interactions between an 8-year-old child who uses an AAC device and her teacher. Augmentative and Alternative Communication 22:4  pp. 231 ff. Crossref logo
Stein, Alejandra, Maia-Julieta Migdalek & Celia-Renata Rosemberg
2020. Narration, argumentation and explanation: a study of the discourse units in spontaneous conversations at mealtimes (Narración, argumentación y explicación: un estudio de las unidades de discurso en conversaciones espontáneas durante situaciones de comida). Culture and Education 32:4  pp. 705 ff. Crossref logo
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2011. Terminology and Notation in Written Representations of Conversations with Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Augmentative and Alternative Communication 27:3  pp. 141 ff. Crossref logo

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