Class, Codes and Control: Applied studies towards a sociology of language, Volume 2
Psychology Press, 2003 - 377 pagina's
The papers in this second volume show some of the results of the empirical exploration of Bernstein's hypothesis. The volume represents a significant contribution not only to the study of the sociology of language, but also to education and the social sciences.
"This collection demonstrates the magnitude of Bernstein's pioneering contribution to socio-linguistic studies" - S. John Eggleston, Times Educational Supplement
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Foreword by M A K Halliday
Contextual specificity discretion and cognitive
Social class the nominal group and reference
Social class differences in the expression
Perceptual and verbal discriminations
Social class and childrens language of control
Where do childrens answers come from?
a critical review
ability actions adult analysis answers appeals associated behaviour Bernstein boys cent child choice clause communication concept concerned consider context correlation detail difficult discussion effect elaborated emphasis examined example experience explanation explicit expressions factors five four function further girls give given grammatical greater important indicates individual interpretation language learning less linguistic London matter MC mothers meaning measured middle middle-class middle-class children modes options orientation parents particular patterns pauses person picture play positional possible present problem questions reasons reference relation relationship relative relevant responses restricted role rules sample scores seven significant similar situation skill social social class differences society specific speech statements story strategies structure subjects suggested TABLE talk task theory tion verbal whereas working-class working-class children