Recent Submissions

  • Culture, conversation, and the co-construction of interaction: Implications and applications for intervention 

    Crago, M., and A. Eriks-Brophy. 1994. "Culture, conversation, and the co-construction of interaction: Implications and applications for intervention." In Pragmatics: from theory to practice, 43-58. Prentice Hall.
    No abstract available.
  • Using ethnography to bring children's communicative and cultural worlds into focus 

    Crago, M., and E. Cole. 1991. "Using ethnography to bring children's communicative and cultural worlds into focus." In Pragmatics of language : clinical practice issues, 99-133. San Diego, Calif.: Singular Pub. Group.
    No abstract available.
  • From families to phenotypes: Research into the genetic basis of specific language impairment 

    Crago, M., and M. Gopnik. 1994. "From families to phenotypes: Research into the genetic basis of specific language impairment." In New directions in specific language impairment, 35-51. Baltimore, MD: Brookes.
    No abstract available.
  • Context and structure: Stories from a Canadian Aboriginal community 

    Pesco, D., M. Crago, and A. McCabe. 1996. "Context and structure: Stories from a Canadian Aboriginal community." In Chameleon readers : teaching children to appreciate all kinds of good stories, 137-154. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
    Synopsis: This text for the reading methods or children's literature course, was written with the hope of producing chameleon readers: Children who can truly understand children who do not share their own cultural heritage. ...
  • Comparing L2 and SLI grammars in child French: Focus on DP 

    Paradis, J., and M. Crago. 2004. "Comparing L2 and SLI grammars in child French: Focus on DP." In The acquisition of French in different contexts focus on functional categories, 89-108. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: J. Benjamins.
    This volume is a collection of studies by some of the foremost researchers of French acquisition in the generative framework. It provides a unique perspective on cross-learner comparative research in that each chapter ...
  • Language socialization in Canadian Aboriginal Communities 

    Pesco, D., and M. Crago. 2008. "Language socialization in Canadian Aboriginal Communities." In Encyclopedia of language and education, 273-285. New York: Springer.
    Covers numerous subjects in the field of language and education. Each volume deals with a single substantial subject and includes topical reviews, written by one or more experts in the topic, which provide complete coverage ...
  • Who's important...here anyway? Co-constructing research across cultures 

    McAlpine, L., and M. Crago. 1997. "Who's important...here anyway? Co-constructing research across cultures." In Recreating relationships : collaboration and educational reform, 105-115. Albany: State University of New York Press.
    No abstract available.
  • Exploring innateness through cultural and linguistic variation: An Inuit example 

    Crago, Martha B., Shanley EM Allen, and Wendy P. Hough-Eyamie. 1997. "Exploring innateness through cultural and linguistic variation: An Inuit example." In The biological basis of language, 70-90. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
    No abstract available.
  • Two of a kind? The importance of commonalities and variation across languages and learners 

    Crago, M., and J. Paradis. 2003. "Two of a kind? The importance of commonalities and variation across languages and learners." In <B>Language competence across populations : toward a definition of specific language impairment</B>, 110. L. Erlbaum Associates.
    No abstract available.
  • French language acquisition in North America 

    Fortin, J., and M. Crago. 1998. "French language acquisition in North America." In Language acquisition across North America : cross-cultural and cross-linguistic perspectives, 209-243. San Diego: Singular Pub. Group.
    No abstract available.
  • Building the case for impairment in linguistic representation 

    Crago, M., and S. Allen. 1996. "Building the case for impairment in linguistic representation." In Toward a genetics of language, 289. Mahwah, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associate.
    No abstract available.
  • Poder y Respeto: la toma de decisions sobre el bilinguismo en los hogares inuit 

    Crago, M., C. Chen, F. Genesee, and S. M. Allen. 2010. "Poder y Respeto: la toma de decisions sobre el bilinguismo en los hogares inuit." In SocializacioÌ n, lenguajes y culturas infantiles : estudios interdisciplinarios, 273-292. MeÌ xico, D.F.: CIESAS.
    No abstract available.
  • Multiple perspectives on research in childhood bilingualism 

    Crago, M.. 2006. "Multiple perspectives on research in childhood bilingualism." In Childhood bilingualism research on infancy through school age, 149-156. Clevedon, UK; Buffalo [N.Y.]: Multilingual Matters.
    Contains reports of research on bilingualism in infants and children as well as perspectives from those involved in cross-linguistic research on language development, literacy development in bilingual children, and ...
  • Aquiring Inuktitut 

    Crago, M., and S. Allen. 1998. "Aquiring Inuktitut." In Language acquisition across North America : cross-cultural and cross-linguistic perspectives, 245-279. San Diego: Singular Pub. Group.
    No abstract available.
  • Commentary: What genetics can and cannot learn from PET studies of phonology 

    Crago, M.. 1996. "Commentary: What genetics can and cannot learn from PET studies of phonology." In Toward a genetics of language, 271. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
    No abstract available.
  • Supervision and self exploration 

    Crago, M.. 1987. "Supervision and self exploration." In Supervision in human communication disorders : perspectives on a process, 137-167. Boston: Little, Brown.
    No abstract available.
  • Typological constraints on code mixing in Inuktitut-English bilingual adults 

    Allen, S. E. M., F. H. Genesee, S. A. Fish, and M. B. Crago. 2009. "Typological constraints on code mixing in Inuktitut-English bilingual adults." In Variations on polysynthesis the Eskaleut languages, 273-306. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins Pub. Co..
    This work is comprised of a set of papers focussing on the extreme polysynthetic nature of the Eskaleut languages which are spoken over the vast area stretching from Far Eastern Siberia, on through the Aleutian Islands, ...
  • Language impairment in children: Cross-linguistic studies 

    Crago, M., and J. Paradis. 2004. "Language impairment in children: Cross-linguistic studies." In The MIT encyclopedia of communication disorders, 331-333. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
    "The MIT Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders will become the standard reference in this field for both research and clinical use. It offers almost 200 detailed entries, covering the entire range of communication and ...
  • Crosslinguistic perspectives on syntax and semantics of language disorders 

    Crago, M., J. Paradis, and L. Menn. 2008. "Crosslinguistic perspectives on syntax and semantics of language disorders." In The handbook of clinical linguistics, 275-289. Malden, MA; Oxford: Blackwell Pub..
    No abstract available.
  • Dual language development and disorders : a handbook on bilingualism and second language learning 

    Genesee, Fred., Paradis, Johanne., Crago,Martha B.,,. 2004. Dual language development and disorders : a handbook on bilingualism and second language learning. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Pub..
    "For professionals working with children who are bilingual or learning a second language during early childhood, it can be difficult to determine whether typical language development or a disorder is present. This resource ...

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