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Journal Title: Journal of Pragmatics
Volume/Issue:   56/
Issue Title: Special Issue: The Pragmatic-Discursive Dimension of Grammar Acquisition
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 1. Joint attention helps explain why children omit new referents
Barbora Skarabela, Shanley E.M. Allen, Thomas C. Scott-Phillips
Pages 5-14

2. The effect of individual discourse-pragmatic features on referential choice in child English
Mary E. Hughes, Shanley E.M. Allen
Pages 15-30

3. The role of number of referents and animacy in children's use of pronouns
Ludovica Serratrice
Pages 31-42

4. Children's use of referring expressions in spontaneous discourse: Implications for theory of mind development
Jeanette K. Gundel, Kaitlin Johnson
Pages 43-57

5. Egocentric definiteness errors and perspective evaluation in preschool children
Cécile De Cat
Pages 58-69

6. How do French-speaking children with specific language impairment first mention a referent in storytelling? Between reference and grammar
Geneviève de Weck, Stéphane Jullien
Pages 70-87

7. Definite and indefinite determiners in French-speaking toddlers: Distributional features and pragmatic-discursive factors
Anne Salazar Orvig, Haydée Marcos, Stéphanie Caët, Cristina Corlateanu, Christine da Silva, Rouba Hassan, Julien Heurdier, Marine le Mené, Jocelyne Leber-Marin, Aliyah Morgenstern
Pages 88-112

8. The adjective petit ‘small, little’ in French acquisition data: An example of the relationship between pragmatics and morphosyntactic development
Marianne Kilani-Schoch, Aris Xanthos
Pages 113-132

9. A Cognitive-Pragmatic Model for the change from single-word to multiword speech: A constructivist approach
Edy Veneziano
Pages 133-150

10. Self- and other-repairs in child–adult interaction at the intersection of pragmatic abilities and language acquisition
Aliyah Morgenstern, Marie Leroy-Collombel, Stéphanie Caët
Pages 151-167
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Pragmatics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
French
 
LL Issue: 24.3922