The "(no) negative evidence" problem: Nativist and social interactionist views on how children recover from grammatical errors


Term Paper (Advanced seminar), 2019

15 Pages, Grade: 1,3


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Table of contents

1. Introduction

2. Language acquisition: The nature vs nurture debate
2.1 Theoretical background
2.2 Acquisition of grammar
2.3 Negative and positive evidence

3. The nativist approach
3.1 Why nativist views exist
3.2 The “(no) negative evidence” problem
3.2.1 Inconsistency of negative evidence
3.2.2 Negative evidence as resource for grammar acquisition

4. General discussion

5. References

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Title
The "(no) negative evidence" problem: Nativist and social interactionist views on how children recover from grammatical errors
College
University of Bonn  (Institut für Anglistik, Amerikanistik und Keltologie)
Course
Language Acquisition - Psycholinguistik
Grade
1,3
Author
Year
2019
Pages
15
Catalog Number
V998187
ISBN (eBook)
9783346371782
ISBN (Book)
9783346371799
Language
English
Keywords
language acquisition, Spracherwerb, Psycholinguistics, nature vs nurture, no negative evidence, nativist, social interactionist, Noam Chomsky
Quote paper
Bünyamin Yuvarlak (Author), 2019, The "(no) negative evidence" problem: Nativist and social interactionist views on how children recover from grammatical errors, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/998187

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