Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Text-Production Abilities in Speech and Writing. Part 1
Special issue of Written Language & Literacy 5:1 (2002)
[Written Language & Literacy, 5:1] 2002. iv, 135 pp.
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Table of Contents
Cross-linguistic perspectives on the development of text-production abilities: Speech and writingRuth A. Berman & Ludo Verhoeven | pp. 1–43
Toward a cross-linguistic comparison of lexical quanta in speech and writingSven Strömqvist, Victoria Johansson, Sarah Kriz, Hrafnhildur Ragnarsdóttir, Ravid Aisenman & Dorit Ravid | pp. 45–67
Subject NP patterning in the development of text production: Speech and writingDorit Ravid, Janet G. van Hell, Elisa Rosado & Anita Zamora | pp. 69–93
Verbal structure and content in written discourse: Expository and narrative textsHrafnhildur Ragnarsdóttir, Melina Aparici, Dalia Cahana-Amitay, Janet G. van Hell & Anne Viguié-Simon | pp. 95–126
Jack Goody. 2000. The power of the written traditionReviewed by Keith R. Sawyer | pp. 127–131
Paul Saenger. 1997. Space between words. The origins of silent readingReviewed by Franz H. Bäuml | pp. 131–134
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