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Disorderly Discourse by Charles L. Briggs
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Feb 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: parenting
Read in February, 2012

I only read an article by Ochs Smith and Taylor called Detective Stories at Dinnertime: Problem Solving Through Co-Narration. It explains the socialization process that occurs during dinnertime story telling and the opportunity space provided for the family to socialize one another. In addition, the family is being socialized into ways of articulating and problem solving through the construction of a social genre that is jointly owned and made by the participants.

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