Article published in:Language Variation - European Perspectives IV: Selected papers from the Sixth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 6), Freiburg, June 2011
Edited by Peter Auer, Javier Caro Reina and Göz Kaufmann
[Studies in Language Variation 14] 2013
► pp. 145–158
Children’s switching/shifting competence in role-playing
This paper – part of a larger study on the acquisition of variation in a Moselle-Franconian village (Wittlich/Eifel) – deals with data from children’s natural peer-group interactions during salesperson–buyer role-play. While analyzing this data, a large amount of intracontextual variation was observed. This variation is explained by the fact that the children, who are between the ages of 3;11 and 6;10, have acquired specific registers, i.e. a role-play register and a peer-directed register.
Published online: 28 May 2013
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