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A Dynamic Model of Multilingualism. Perspectives of Change in Psycholinguistics

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VHS Wien

Language/s

English

Author

Ulrike Jessner

Title

A Dynamic Model of Multilingualism. Perspectives of Change in Psycholinguistics

Date

2002

Full reference

Jessner, U. and P. Herdina (2002). A Dynamic Model of Multilingualism. Perspectives of Change in Psycholinguistics. Clevedon, Mulitlingual Matters.

Summary

Theoretical work on how multilingual language competence works, language competence in more than one languages is not added on to different modules but competences in several languages interact, the L1 influences the L2 and L3 and so on but also vice versa, Theories based on Vivian Cook and Grosjean

Key words

Multilingualism, multicompetence

Other interesting information (Note.1)

see also Jessner, U. (2006). Linguistic Awareness in Multilinguals. English as a Third Language. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.

Interest for the project (Note.2)

5

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