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100 1  Bamberg, Michael G 
245 14 The Acquisition of Narratives :|bLearning to Use Language 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c1987 
264  4 |c©1987 
300    1 online resource (256 pages) 
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490 1  New Babylon Ser. ;|vv.49 
505 0  Intro -- Preface -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- 
       Chapter One: The Establishment of Narrative Coherence -- 1
       Points of departure: A consideration of relevant research 
       trends -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Narrative structures -- 
       1.3 The development of narrative structures -- 1.4 
       Coherence and cohesive devices -- 2 The focus of the 
       present study -- 2.1 Background -- 2.2 Picture book 
       narration: The delineation of a discourse mode for 
       developmental research -- 2.3 Method -- Chapter Two: 
       Pronominal and Nominal Markers and the Establishment of 
       Coherence -- 1 Switching and maintaining reference -- 1.1 
       Pronominal anaphora and discourse segmentation -- 1.2 
       Deixis and anaphora in the picture book narration task -- 
       1.3 Some structural properties of German third person 
       pronouns -- 2 Explorations in the acquisition of anaphoric
       devices -- 3 Introduction to the study -- 3.1 Guiding 
       questions -- 3.2 Coding -- 4 Results -- 4.1 Analysis and 
       discussion of the adult narratives -- 4.2 Analysis and 
       discussion of the children's narratives -- 4.3 Analysis 
       and discussion of multiple strategies in the children's 
       individual narratives -- 4.4 Conclusions -- Chapter Three:
       The Contribution of Tense to Coherence -- 1 Tense and text
       -- 1.1 Developmental aspects of "tenses" and "texts" -- 2 
       The use of tense in "simple narratives" -- 2.1 
       Introduction -- 2.2 Analysis and discussion of the adult 
       narratives -- 2.3 Analysis and discussion of the 
       children's narratives -- 2.4 Summary: Form and function of
       tenses in simple narratives -- Chapter Four: Conclusions -
       - 1 Summary -- 1.1 Coherence in adult narrations -- 1.2 
       Coherence in children's narrations -- 2 Switching and 
       maintaining reference and temporally connecting events: 
       The acquisition of two different systems? -- 2.1 
       Organizing the systems -- 2.2 Reorganizing the systems -- 
       3 Concluding comments -- Bibliography 
505 8  Appendix A The German tense system -- Appendix B 
       Background utterances that are excluded tense coding -- 
       Appendix C Reduced copy of the picture book -- Index 
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650  0 Language acquisition.;Discourse analysis, 
       Narrative.;Cohesion (Linguistics) 
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