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Linguistic ethnographies of children and youth

Date

14th April, 2007

Place School of Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Focus This seminar aims to present and discuss work focusing on empirical, theoretical or methodological issues arising from linguistic ethnographic research involving children and youth.
Presentations

Esther Alcalá and Luisa Martín Rojo, A critical sociolinguistic ethnography in high schools: When transcribing hidessome students’ voices.

 

Shoshana Blum-Kulka, “She’ll tell”: dilemmas of doing longitudinal linguistic ethnography with young immigrant children.

 

María Dolores Pérez Murillo, “Eso no es español”, constructing legitimate language in a bilingual school.

 

Jinhee Kim, Peer culture, identity, and language at a Korean language school.

 

Janet Maybin, Developing a linguistic ethnographic analysis of children’s conversational narratives.

 

Patrick McConvell and Carmel O'Shannessy, Interaction of ethnographic and other methods in investigating language change among Australian indigenous children.

 

Jaya Nagpal, The development of the grammar of emotion.

 

Laura Pulido, A multimodal approach to sign language interpreter's role in storytelling events.