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    The effect of type of acquisition context on perception and self-reported use of swearwords in the L2, L3, L4 and L5

    Dewaele, Jean-Marc (2005) The effect of type of acquisition context on perception and self-reported use of swearwords in the L2, L3, L4 and L5. In: Housen, A. and Pierrard, M. (eds.) Investigations in Instructed Second Language Acquisition. Studies on Language Acquisition (SOLA) 25. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter, pp. 531-560. ISBN 9783110179705.

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    Methods in current instructed second language acquisition research range from laboratory experiments to ethnography using non-obtrusive participant observation, from cross-sectional designs to longitudinal case studies. Many different types of data serve as the basis for analysis, including reaction times measurements, global test scores, paper and pencil measures, introspective comments, grammaticality judgements, as well as textual data (elicited or naturalistic, oral or written, relating to comprehension or production). Some studies rely on extensive quantification of data, while others may favour a more qualitative and hermeneutic analytic approach. Many of these issues and methods are exemplified by the contributions to this volume. Data-based studies included here deal with the acquisition of specific linguistic phenomena (e.g. verb and noun morphology, lexicon, clause structures) in a range of target languages (e.g. English, French, German, Russian) from a variety of settings involving different instructional approaches (e.g. traditional foreign language classes, immersion classes, intensive ESL classes, content and language integrated language classes). Collectively, the chapters in this book illustrate the productivity and diversity of current research on instructed second language acquisition. As such they serve as a valuable resource for researchers in SLA, psycholinguistics, linguistics, and language education.


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    School: School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy > Applied Linguistics and Communication (to 2020)
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    Date Deposited: 23 Feb 2011 12:41
    Last Modified: 23 Jan 2017 16:00


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