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Liddicoat, Anthony – Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 1990
Mediated and "live" picture books engender different patterns of interaction between reader and child. The reading of a TV picture book is a text, not an interaction centered on a text. Exposure to mediated picture books alone appears to be an inadequate replacement for "live" book reading in the acquisition of literacy. (18 references) (CP)
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Beginning Reading, Children, Literacy
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Liddicoat, Anthony – Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 1993
Factors responsible for the language policy of the Catholic Church include the need for uniformity and integrity of doctrine and the need for the worshipping community to have access to the meaning of the words of the liturgy. At times, liturgical theology and political needs of the church have promoted the need for uniformity over the need for…
Descriptors: Catholics, Churches, Language Planning, Language Role
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Liddicoat, Anthony – Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 1995
Analyzes argumentation and the ways in which idealized models of argumentation relate to the linguistic behavior of participants in argument as talk. Sequencing patterns of arguments are interactionally accomplished. Speakers produce turns which are related to their purpose in talking and that include speech act complexes appropriate for the…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Foreign Countries, Interaction Process Analysis, Language Patterns