The Handbook of Language Socialization
Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics, Band 71 1. Aufl.
Documenting how in the course of acquiring language children become speakers and members of communities, The Handbook of Language Socialization is a unique reference work for an emerging and fast-moving field. Spans the fields of anthropology, education, applied linguistics, and human development Includes the latest developments in second and heritage language socialization, and literary and media socialization Discusses socialization across the entire life span and across institutional settings, including families, schools, work places, and churches Explores data from a multitude of cultures from around the world
List of Illustrations vii Notes on Contributors ix Acknowledgments xiii 1 The Theory of Language Socialization 1 Elinor Ochs and Bambi B. Schieffelin Part I Interactional Foundations 23 2 The Cultural Organization of Attention 29 Penelope Brown 3 Preverbal Infant–Caregiver Interaction 56 Akira Takada 4 Language Socialization and Multiparty Participation Frameworks 81 Lourdes De León Part II Socialization Strategies 113 5 Rethinking Baby Talk 121 Olga Solomon 6 Local Theories of Child Rearing 150 Amy Paugh 7 Language Socialization and Shaming 169 Adrienne Lo and Heidi Fung 8 Language Socialization and Narrative 190 Peggy J. Miller, Michele Koven, and Shumin Lin 9 Language Socialization and Repetition 209 Leslie C. Moore 10 Literacy Socialization 227 Laura Sterponi 11 Language Socialization in Children’s Medical Encounters 247 Tanya Stivers Part III Social Orientations 269 12 Language Socialization and Politeness Routines 275 Matthew Burdelski 13 Language Socialization and Stance-Taking Practices 296 Haruko Minegishi Cook 14 Language Socialization and Morality 322 Ayala Fader 15 Language Socialization and Hierarchy 341 Kathryn M. Howard 16 Peer Language Socialization 365 Marjorie H. Goodwin and Amy Kyratzis 17 Language Socialization and Exclusion 391 Inmaculada M. García-Sánchez Part IV Aesthetics and Imagination 421 18 Language Socialization in Art and Science 425 Shirley Brice Heath 19 Language Socialization and Verbal Improvisation 443 Alessandro Duranti and Steven P. Black 20 Language Socialization and Verbal Play 464 Karin Aronsson Part V Language and Culture Contact 485 21 Language Socialization and Language Ideologies 493 Kathleen C. Riley 22 Language Socialization and Language Shift 515 Paul B. Garrett 23 Language Socialization and Immigration 536 Patricia Baquedano-López and Ariana Mangual Figueroa 24 Second Language Socialization 564 Patricia A. Duff 25 Heritage Language Socialization 587 Agnes Weiyun He 26 Language Socialization and Language Endangerment 610 Angela M. Nonaka 27 Language Socialization and Language Revitalization 631 Debra A. Friedman Index 648
Alessandro Duranti is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Dean of Social Sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and past President of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology. For Wiley-Blackwell he has edited Linguistic Anthropology: A Reader (2nd Edition, 2009), A Companion to Linguistic Anthropology (2006) and Key Terms in Language and Culture (2001). Elinor Ochs is UCLA Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Applied Linguistics, Director of the UCLA Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Selected books include Fast-Forward Family: Home, Work, and Relationships in Middle Class America (2013), Life at Home in the 21st Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors (2012), Linguaggio e Cultura: Lo Sviluppo delle Competenze Communicative (2006), and Living Narrative (2001). Bambi B. Schieffelin is Collegiate Professor and Professor of Anthropology at New York University. She has carried out fieldwork in Papua New Guinea and the U.S. Selected publications include The Give and Take of Everyday Life (1990), Language Ideologies (co-edited with K. A.Woolard and P. V. Kroskrity 1998); and Consequences of Contact (co-edited with M. Makihara, 2007)
"Imaginative, comprehensive, textured, and always thought-provoking, this volume refigures language socialization – across a range of ages and situations - at the heart of the social lives of language. An elegant and indispensable contribution." -Don Brenneis, University of California, Santa Cruz "Language socialization research brings an extraordinarily sensitive and coherent analytical framework to bear on issues of major consequence for the human sciences. Its program of cross-cultural comparison is now fully extended to contexts of rapid and often disjunctive social change, and this volume provides an indispensable overview." -Ben Rampton, King’s College London, Centre for Language Discourse & Communication The Handbook of Language Socialization presents a comprehensive survey of the latest research and our current state of knowledge in this flourishing field, which lies at the intersection of anthropology, linguistics, and psychology. At its heart is the important question of how, in the course of acquiring language, children become speakers and members of communities. The Handbook brings together the history of this recent field and its latest developments and best insights from international fieldwork, including those gleaned from second and heritage language socialization, literacy and media socialization, and socialization beyond childhood and across the lifespan and institutional settings. The Handbook of Language Socialization is an important resource focusing on the social and cultural implications of children’s communicative development and those aspects of language acquisition that have been left out of previous linguistic and psychological studies.
"Imaginative, comprehensive, textured, and always thought-provoking, this volume refigures language socialization – across a range of ages and situations - at the heart of the social lives of language. An elegant and indispensable contribution." -Don Brenneis, University of California, Santa Cruz "Language socialization research brings an extraordinarily sensitive and coherent analytical framework to bear on issues of major consequence for the human sciences. Its program of cross-cultural comparison is now fully extended to contexts of rapid and often disjunctive social change, and this volume provides an indispensable overview." -Ben Rampton, King’s College London, Centre for Language Discourse & Communication
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