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Tannen's analysis of the spoken and written versions of the same narrative yields two main findings: (1) features that have been associated with oral discourse are found in written discourse, and (2) the written version of the narrative combines syntactic complexity expected in writing with features that create involvement expected in speaking. Since both literary language and ordinary spontaneous conversation focus on subjective knowledge and interpersonal involvement, they share some devices previously considered to be purely literary. (cva)

 

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Tannen suggests that the differences between spoken and written language that have been pointed out in previous work result not from the modes themselves (face-to-face conversation versus expository prose), but rather from the communicative goals of those discourse types. She also demonstrates that both modes make use of lexicalization and paralanguage to establish cohesion. Finally, she suggests that oral strategies may “underlie successful discourse production” in both modes. (cva)


This article describes one child's language development between two and three-and-a-half years of age, as shown in recorded sessions of the child conversing with his mother about certain dictionary pictures. The premise of the article is that what children say when describing a pictured event is a function of their general knowledge about categories of information that need to be included for an adequate representation of some set of similar events, and the specific information content relevant to each specific event. It is further claimed that both these levels of knowledge result from conversational interaction with knowledgeable adults.


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There are differences between oral and written English which entail differences in the skills and knowledge necessary to comprehend them. These differences are traced, surveying the literature in a variety of fields, considering three categories of differences: the physical nature of speech and writing, their use, and the characteristics of the language generally found in them. (pp)

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Characterizes the differences between oral and written language in terms of the very distinct types of language experience they represent for a child learning to read. Thus, the transition to literacy for a child involves more than the use of “oral comprehension skills and decoding.” (cva)

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Riesman deals in a very general way with three questions: “First, what are the differences between cultures which depend entirely on the spoken word and those which depend on print; second, what will be the significance of the written word now that newer mean media … have developed; third, what is likely to happen in those countries where the tradition of books is not fully established and where the newer media are already having a decisive impact” (3). (jl)

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Rader disagrees with Kay's definition of autonomous language as being minimally dependent on the contribution of background information by the hearer, giving imaginative fiction as evidence for her disagreement, since it is maximally dependent on shared background information. Rader contends that a complete correspondence between oral and nonautonomous and written and autonomous language does not hold. (cva)