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This volume presents six alternative approaches to studying second language acquisition ' 'alternative' in the sense that they contrast with and/or complement the cognitivism pervading the field. All six approaches ' sociocultural, complexity theory, conversation-analytic, identity, language socialization, and sociocognitive' are described according to the same set of six headings, allowing for direct comparison across approaches.Each chapter is authored by leading advocates for the approach described: James Lantolf for the sociocultural approach; Diane Larsen-Freeman for the complexity theory approach; Gabriele Kasper and Johannes Wagner for the conversation-analytic approach; Bonny Norton and Carolyn McKinney for the identity approach; Patricia Duff and Steven Talmy for the language socialization approach and Dwight Atkinson for the sociocognitive approach.Introductory and commentary chapters round out this volume. The editor's introduction describes the significance of alternative approaches to SLA studies given its strongly cognitivist orientation. Lourdes Ortega's commentary considers the six approaches from an 'enlightened traditional' perspective on SLA studies ' a viewpoint which is cognitivist in orientation but broad enough to give serious and balanced consideration to alternative approaches.This volume is essential reading in the field of second language acquisition.
Dwight Atkinson is Associate Professor of English at Purdue University, Indiana, specializing in second language acquisition, second language writing, and qualitative research approaches.
Table of Contents
|List of contributors||p. vii|
|Introduction: Cognitivism and second language acquisition||p. 1|
|The Sociocultural Approach to Second Language Acquisition: Sociocultural theory, second language acquisition, and artificial L2 development||p. 24|
|A Complexity Theory Approach to Second Language Development/Acquisition||p. 48|
|An Identity Approach to Second Language Acquisition||p. 73|
|Language Socialization Approaches to Second Language Acquisition: Social, cultural, and linguistic development in additional languages||p. 95|
|A Conversation-analytic Approach to Second Language Acquisition||p. 117|
|A Sociocognitive Approach to Second Language Acquisition: How mind, body, and world work together in learning additional languages||p. 143|
|SLA after the Social Turn: Where cognitivism and its alternatives stand||p. 167|
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