Engaging in Another Person’s Telling as a Recipient in L2 Japanese: Development of Interactional Competence During One-Year Study Abroad
L2 learning as social practice: Conversation-analytic perspectives
Interactional competence, Study abroad
Applied Linguistics | First and Second Language Acquisition | Japanese Studies | Linguistics | Semantics and Pragmatics
This study investigates the development of interactional competence through the analysis of conversational data collected in a longitudinal design. It examines, using conversation analysis (CA), how a learner of Japanese as a second language (L2) engages in conversation as a story recipient, and identifies changes that suggest the learner’s development.
Midori Ishida. "Engaging in Another Person’s Telling as a Recipient in L2 Japanese: Development of Interactional Competence During One-Year Study Abroad" L2 learning as social practice: Conversation-analytic perspectives (2011): 45-85.
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