He-Said-She-Said: Talk as Social Organization Among Black Children

He-Said-She-Said: Talk as Social Organization Among Black Children[PDF / Epub] ☀ He-Said-She-Said: Talk as Social Organization Among Black Children By Marjorie Harness Goodwin – Heartforum.co.uk carefully researched and clearly written Goodwin makes a major step in redefining the enterprise of studying language use in context and across contexts American Ethnologist I recommend the book highl carefully researched and clearly as Social ePUB ☆ written Goodwin makes a major step in redefining the He-Said-She-Said: Talk ePUB × enterprise of studying language use in context and across contexts American Ethnologist I recommend Talk as Social PDF/EPUB Ã the book highly John Haviland, American Anthropologist Goodwin s thoughtful interpretation of these examples of children s conversation is replete with wise insights, challenging critical darts, and well referenced links to a wide literature Child Development Abstracts Bibliography Intellectual breadth shines through this book Barrie Thorne By combining Goffman s approach to ethnography with in depth conversational analysis, Goodwin provides important and novel insights into the interactive processes through which culture is created and maintained The results should be of interest to any social scientist John J Gumperz required reading for linguists, anthropologists, sociologists, and educators Language and Acquisition This book is clearly a significant addition to the study of the range and power of children s voices at play Harvard Educational Review He Said She Said provides fascinating insight into the importance of social context in the organization of gender Signs A rare and wonderful combination of ethnography and conversational analysis Goodwin gives both a sensitive account of African American adolescent street talk and a careful approach to the study of language in use Ray McDermott Marjorie Harness Goodwin s study of children s talk provides the best and most comprehensive analysis of gender differences in interaction, situated in the broader context of children s social organization She didn t set up experiments she didn t just take field notes She hung around with the children in her neighborhood until they trusted her, then tape recorded their natural conversations as they played together This is Goodwin s long awaited compilation of years of painstaking analysis of the transcripts of those tapes It is not only one of the best sources, if not the best source, for anyone interested in how boys and girls use language in their daily lives indeed, to constitute their daily lives it is also a model ethnographic study of language in its natural setting Deborah Tannen, author of You Just Don t Understand Women and Men in ConversationThis groundbreaking study describes in detail the complexities of children s communication By integrating the analysis of conversation with ethnography, Marjorie Harness Goodwin systematically and empirically reveals how a group of urban black children constitute their social world through talk.

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    He-Said-She-Said: Talk as Social Organization Among Black of children s conversation is replete with wise insights, challenging critical darts, and well referenced links to a wide literature Child Development Abstracts Bibliography Intellectual breadth shines through this book Barrie Thorne By combining Goffman s approach to ethnography with in depth conversational analysis, Goodwin provides important and novel insights into the interactive processes through which culture is created and maintained The results should be of interest to any social scientist John J Gumperz required reading for linguists, anthropologists, sociologists, and educators Language and Acquisition This book is clearly a significant addition to the study of the range and power of children s voices at play Harvard Educational Review He Said She Said provides fascinating insight into the importance of social context in the organization of gender Signs A rare and wonderful combination of ethnography and conversational analysis Goodwin gives both a sensitive account of African American adolescent street talk and a careful approach to the study of language in use Ray McDermott Marjorie Harness Goodwin s study of children s talk provides the best and most comprehensive analysis of gender differences in interaction, situated in the broader context of children s social organization She didn t set up experiments she didn t just take field notes She hung around with the children in her neighborhood until they trusted her, then tape recorded their natural conversations as they played together This is Goodwin s long awaited compilation of years of painstaking analysis of the transcripts of those tapes It is not only one of the best sources, if not the best source, for anyone interested in how boys and girls use language in their daily lives indeed, to constitute their daily lives it is also a model ethnographic study of language in its natural setting Deborah Tannen, author of You Just Don t Understand Women and Men in ConversationThis groundbreaking study describes in detail the complexities of children s communication By integrating the analysis of conversation with ethnography, Marjorie Harness Goodwin systematically and empirically reveals how a group of urban black children constitute their social world through talk."/>
  • Paperback
  • He-Said-She-Said: Talk as Social Organization Among Black Children
  • Marjorie Harness Goodwin
  • English
  • 18 September 2019
  • 0253206189

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