Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on the Development of Text-Production Abilities in Speech and Writing. Part 2
Special issue of Written Language & Literacy 5:2 (2002)
[Written Language & Literacy, 5:2] 2002. iv, 172 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Clause packaging in writing and speech: A cross-linguistic developmental analysisLudo Verhoeven, Melina Aparici, Dalia Cahana-Amitay, Janet G. van Hell, Sarah Kriz & Anne Viguié-Simon | pp. 135–161
Passive voice constructions in written texts: A cross-linguistic developmental studyHarriet Jisa, Judy Reilly, Ludo Verhoeven, Elisheva Baruch & Elisa Rosado | pp. 163–181
Propositional attitudes in written and spoken languageJudy Reilly, Elisheva Baruch, Harriet Jisa & Ruth A. Berman | pp. 183–218
Text openings and closings in writing and speech: Autonomy and differentiationLiliana Tolchinsky, Victoria Johansson & Anita Zamora | pp. 219–253
Discourse stance: Written and spoken languageRuth A. Berman, Hrafnhildur Ragnarsdóttir & Sven Strömqvist | pp. 255–289
Review of “Learning to read in China: Sociolinguistic perspectives on the acquisition of literacy.” by John E. Ingulsrud & Kate AllenReviewed by Lisa E. Husmann | pp. 291–296
Publications Receivedpp. 299–301
Index to Volume 5pp. 303–306
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