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Cristofaro, Tonia N. & Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda
2012. Mother-child conversations at 36 months and at pre-kindergarten: Relations to children's school readiness. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 12:1  pp. 68 ff. Crossref logo
Gainer Sirota, Karen
2010. Narratives of transformation: Family discourse, autism and trajectories of hope. Discourse & Society 21:5  pp. 544 ff. Crossref logo
Ochs, Elinor
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Parke, Tim
2001. Words and Turns: Bilingual and Monolingual Children Construct a Story. Linguistics and Education 12:4  pp. 409 ff. Crossref logo
Sirota, Karen Gainer
2010. Narratives of Distinction: Personal Life Narrative as a Technology of the Self in the Everyday Lives and Relational Worlds of Children with Autism. Ethos 38:1  pp. 93 ff. Crossref logo
Zevenbergen, Andrea A., Ewa Haman & Aleksandra A. Olszańska
2012. Middle-Class Polish and American Mothers’ Beliefs Regarding Parent-Child Narratives. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43:6  pp. 979 ff. Crossref logo

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