Anne Salazar-Orvig

List of John Benjamins publications for which Anne Salazar-Orvig plays a role.

Titles

The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach

Edited by Anne Salazar-Orvig, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland

[Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 28] 2021. xix, 372 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Language acquisition | Pragmatics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics

Clinical interviews as verbal interactions

Edited by Michèle Grossen and Anne Salazar-Orvig

Special issue of Pragmatics 8:2 (1998) ca. 125 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Articles

Le Mené, Marine, Anne Salazar-Orvig, Christine da Silva-Genest and Haydée Marcos. 2023. The choice of referring expressions in adult-child dialogues: The influence of formal and functional factors. Reference: From conventions to pragmatics, Gardelle, Laure, Laurence Vincent-Durroux and Hélène Vinckel-Roisin (eds.), pp. 323–345
This chapter focuses on the choice of referring expressions in adult-child dialogues, and particularly on the identification of formal and functional conditions promoting the uses of personal and demonstrative pronouns. The study is based on a corpus of 22 parent-child dyads. Children are aged… read more | Chapter
Hassan, Rouba, Geneviève de Weck, Stefano Rezzonico, Anne Salazar-Orvig and Elise Vinel. 2021. Chapter 8. Variations in adult use of referring expressions during storytelling in different interactional settings. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 234–260
During the language acquisition process children experience language in different interactional settings. In terms of child-directed speech, we argue that children are exposed to different models that vary according to different factors. This chapter aims at grasping some aspects of these models,… read more | Chapter
Marcos, Haydée, Anne Salazar-Orvig, Christine da Silva-Genest and Julien Heurdier. 2021. Chapter 7. The influence of dialogue in young children’s uses of referring expressions. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 204–232
Twenty-four dialogues between French-speaking children aged 1;10 to 2;6 and their more competent interlocutors were analyzed from the point of view of (1) the uses of referring expressions by both children and their interlocutors, according to the attentional and discursive status of the referent,… read more | Chapter
Salazar-Orvig, Anne and Geneviève de Weck. 2021. Chapter 11. The acquisition of referring expressions: From formal factors to communicative experience. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 320–345
This last chapter undertakes a general discussion of the results presented in Chapters 2 to 10. After recalling the overall distribution of referring expressions in the data of toddlers (age 1;7 to 2;6) and older children (age 3;6 to 7;5), we review the impact of formal factors (syntactic… read more | Chapter
Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland. 2021. Chapter 1. A dialogical approach to the acquisition and usage of referring expressions: Theoretical challenges and methodological issues. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 2–38
This chapter gives a general overview of the dialogical, theoretical, and methodological framework of the studies presented in the book, and the implications of that framework for understanding the acquisition of referring expressions and children’s early skills in this domain. Section 1 considers… read more | Chapter
Vinel, Elise, Anne Salazar-Orvig, Geneviève de Weck, Salma Nashawati and Somayeh Rahmati. 2021. Chapter 10. The impact of speech genres on the use of referring expressions. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 288–316
This chapter is aimed to assess the impact of speech genre on the use of referring expressions. We examined this impact in two corpora of mother-child dialogues (toddlers, ages 1;10–2;6 years and older children ages 4–7 years) via two separate studies. The first study showed that among the… read more | Chapter
Yamaguchi, Naomi, Anne Salazar-Orvig, Marine Le Mené, Stéphanie Caët and Annie Rialland. 2021. Chapter 2. Filler syllables as precursors of referring expressions. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 42–80
In this chapter, we examine the properties of filler syllables as transition forms in the development of referring expressions. In particular, we hypothesize that fillers are precursors of referring expressions. We focus on the distribution, the phonological form and the referential function of… read more | Chapter
da Silva-Genest, Christine, Haydée Marcos, Anne Salazar-Orvig, Stéphanie Caët and Julien Heurdier. 2021. Chapter 3. Young children’s uses of referring expressions. The Acquisition of Referring Expressions: A dialogical approach, Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Geneviève de Weck, Rouba Hassan and Annie Rialland (eds.), pp. 82–113
This chapter investigates the repertoire and the uses of referring expressions in natural dialogues of 28 French-speaking children, aged between 1;7 and 2;6 years old. We focus on three strong forms (nouns, strong demonstrative pronouns and strong personal pronouns) and three weak forms (clitic… read more | Chapter
Salazar-Orvig, Anne, Haydée Marcos, Julien Heurdier and Christine da Silva-Genest. 2018. Chapter 11. Referential features, speech genres and activity types. Sources of Variation in First Language Acquisition: Languages, contexts, and learners, Hickmann, Maya †, Edy Veneziano and Harriet Jisa (eds.), pp. 219–242
Based on a dialogic theoretical framework, this chapter explores the influence of speech genres and activities on the use of referring expressions. The study examines a corpus of 25 dialogues of French speaking children aged between 1;10 and 2;04 in various activities. Results show that referring… read more | Chapter
Salazar-Orvig, Anne and Aliyah Morgenstern. 2015. Acquisition and use of pronouns in a dialogic perspective. The Acquisition of Reference, Serratrice, Ludovica and Shanley E.M. Allen (eds.), pp. 155–180
First uses of personal pronouns are characterized by their variability and instability. Since the processes involved in reference to discourse entities and to speech roles do not overlap, the use of pronouns cannot merely be explained by grammatical factors. This chapter considers dialogue as both… read more | Article
Grossen, Michèle and Anne Salazar-Orvig. 1998. Clinical interviews as verbal interactions: A multidisciplinary outlook introduction. Clinical interviews as verbal interactions, Grossen, Michèle and Anne Salazar-Orvig (eds.), pp. 149–154
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Salazar-Orvig, Anne. 1998. Interpreting and diverging in clinical interviews. Clinical interviews as verbal interactions, Grossen, Michèle and Anne Salazar-Orvig (eds.), pp. 167–183
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