Heteroglossia and language ideologies in children’s peer play interactions
Special Issue of Pragmatics 20:4 (2010)
[Pragmatics, 20:4] 2010. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Heteroglossia and language ideologies in children’s peer play interactionsAmy Kyratzis, Jennifer F. Reynolds and Ann-Carita Evaldsson | pp. 457–466
Enregistering the voices of discursive figures of authority in Antonero children’s socio-dramatic playJennifer F. Reynolds | pp. 467–493
Socializing Heteroglossia among Miskitu children on the Caribbean coast of NicaraguaAmanda Minks | pp. 495–522
Serious games: Code-switching and gendered identities in Moroccan immigrant girls’ pretend playInmaculada M. García-Sánchez | pp. 523–555
Latina girls’ peer play interactions in a bilingual Spanish-English U.S. preschool: Heteroglossia, frame-shifting, and language ideologyAmy Kyratzis | pp. 557–586
“ ‘Schwedis’ he can’t even say Swedish” - subverting and reproducing institutionalized norms for language use in multilingual peer groupsAnn-Carita Evaldsson and Asta Cekaite | pp. 587–604