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ERIC Number: ED042830
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 459
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Language and Poverty: Perspectives on a Theme. Institute--for Research on Poverty Monograph Series.
Williams, Frederick, Ed.
The collection of papers bearing on language and poverty comprising this book includes: "Some Preliminaries and Prospects" (F. Williams); "Teaching Reading in an Urban Negro School System" (J. Baratz); "A Sociolinguistic Approach to Socialization" (B. Bernstein); "Some Philosophical Influences Underlying Preschool Intervention for Disadvantaged Children" (M. Blank); "The Neglected Situation in Child Language Research and Education" (C. Cazden); "How to Construct Effective Language Programs for the Poverty Child" (S. Engelmann); "Bilingualism and the Spanish-Speaking Child" (V. John and V. Horner); "The Logic of Nonstandard English" (W. Labov); "Language Theories and Educational Practices" (P. Menyuk); "Maternal Language Styles and Cognitive Development of Children" (E. Olim);"Language, Poverty and the North American Indian" (L. Osborn); "Biological and Social Factors in Language Development" (H. Osser); "Towards the Standardized Assessment of the Language of the Disadvantaged Children" (R. Severson and K. Guest); "The Sociolinguist and Urban Language Problems" (R. Shuy); "Toward a History of American Negro Dialect" (W. Steward); "Language, Attitude and Social Change" (F. Williams); and, "Some Viewpoints of the Speech, Hearing, and Language Clinician" (D. Yoder). (JM)
Markham Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. ($8.95)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Inst. for Research on Poverty.