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(In)vulnerable domains in multilingualism

Author: Natascha Müller
Publisher: Amsterdam : J. Benjamins, 2003.
Series: Hamburg studies in multilingualism, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Although most researchers agree on the existence of vulnerable and invulnerable domains in language acquisition, it is still a matter of debate as to how to characterize and explain  Read more...

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Genre/Form: [études diverses]
études diverses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Natascha Müller
ISBN: 9027219214 9789027219213 1588113736 9781588113733
OCLC Number: 716886733
Description: XIV, 374 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction (by Muller, Natascha); 2. The DP, a vulnerable domain?: Evidence from the acquisition of French (by Kupisch, Tanja); 3. Child and adult acquisition of word order in the Italian DP (by Bernardini, Petra); 4. Null Subjects and optional infinitives in Basque (by Ezeizabarrena, Maria-Jose); 5. The acquisition of subjects in bilingual children: Pronoun use in Portuguese-German children (by Hinzelin, Marc-Olivier); 6. Approaches to bilingual acquisition data (by Gawlitzek-Maiwald, Ira); 7. Factors accounting for code-mixing in an early developing bilingual (by Deuchar, Margaret); 8. Syllable final consonants in Spanish and German monolingual and bilingual acquisition (by Lleo, Conxita); 9. Interrogative elements as subordinators in Turkish: Aspects of Turkish-German bilingual children's language use (by Herkenrath, Annette); 10. Child L2 acquisition: An insider account (by Kato, Mary Aizawa); 11. The Verb-Object parameter in simultaneous and successive acquisition of bilingualism (by Mohring, Anja); 12. Multiple grammars, feature-attraction, pied-piping, and the question: Is AGR inside TP? (by Roeper, Thomas); 13. Name index; 14. Subject index
Series Title: Hamburg studies in multilingualism, 1.
Other Titles: Invulnerable domains in multilingualism
Vulnerable domains in multilingualism
Responsibility: Ed. by Natascha Müller.

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The volume makes an excellent read [...] It includes several original research papers on childhood bilingualism that are beautifully written and might become classics. -- Ute Bohnacker, Lund Read more...

 
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