Pragmatic Development in First Language Acquisition

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Pragmatic development is increasingly seen as the foundation stone of language acquisition more generally. From very early on, children demonstrate a strong desire to understand and be understood that motivates the acquisition of lexicon and grammar and enables ever more effective communication. In the 35 years since the first edited volume on the topic, a flourishing literature has reported on the broad set of skills that can be called pragmatic. This volume aims to bring that literature together in a digestible format. It provides a series of succinct review chapters on 19 key topics ranging from preverbal skills right up to irony and argumentative discourse. Each chapter equips the reader with an overview of current theories, key empirical findings and questions for new research. This valuable resource will be of interest to scholars of psychology, linguistics, speech therapy, and cognitive science.
[Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 10]  2014.  vi, 394 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: An overview of research on pragmatic development
Danielle Matthews
1–12
The communicative infant from 0-18 months: The social-cognitive foundations of pragmatic development
Gemma Stephens and Danielle Matthews
13–36
The development of speech acts
Thea Cameron-Faulkner
37–52
Turn-taking
Marisa Casillas
53–70
Conversation Analysis and pragmatic development
Anna Filipi
71–86
Ontogenetic Constraints on Grice’s Theory of Communication
Richard Moore
87–104
Two Pragmatic Principles in Language Use and Acquisition
Eve V. Clark
105–120
Learning conventions and conventionality through conversation
Maureen A. Callanan and Deborah R. Siegel
121–138
The pragmatics of word learning
Susanne Grassmann
139–160
The production and comprehension of referring expressions
Eileen Graf and Catherine Davies
161–182
Scalar Implicature
Napoleon Katsos
183–198
Children’s pragmatic use of prosodic prominence
Kiwako Ito
199–218
The Pragmatic Development of Humor
Elena Hoicka
219–238
“The elevator’s buttocks”: Metaphorical abilities in children
Nausicaa Pouscoulous
239–260
Irony production and comprehension
Eva Filippova
261–278
Narrative Development across Cultural Contexts: Finding the Pragmatic in Parent-Child Reminiscing
Ana M. Carmiol and Alison Sparks
279–294
Children’s understanding of linguistic expressions of certainty and evidentiality
Tomoko Matsui
295–316
Crosslinguistic and crosscultural approaches to pragmatic development
Aylin C. Küntay, Keiko Nakamura and A. Beyza Ateş-Şen
317–342
Atypical pragmatic development
Courtenay Frazier Norbury
343–362
Assessing pragmatic language functioning in young children: Its importance and challenges
Daniela K. O’Neill
363–386
Developmental pragmatics: Interdisciplinary perspectives on complex learning in everyday practice
Nancy Budwig
387–392
Index
393–394
“An excellent collection of up-to-date papers on pragmatic competence as the root of language acquisition – and as its fullest flowering as well.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2014001872