Interaction and the development of mind / A.J. Wootton.

This study identifies key mechanisms through which a young child operates with external knowledge in her immediate social context. Central to this is the child's capacity to draw on discourse-based understandings which have become evident in prior interaction. These understandings are shown to...

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Main Author: Wootton, Anthony J., 1943- (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Series:Studies in interactional sociolinguistics ; 15.
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