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Discourse and lifespan identity / Nikolas Coupland, Jon F. Nussbaum

Main Author Coupland, Nikolas Coauthor Nussbaum, Jon F. Country Estados Unidos. Publication Newbury Park : Sage, cop. 1993 Description XXVIII, 308 p. ; 22 cm Series Language and language behaviors , 4 ISBN 0-8039-5106-X CDU 801:316.7 316.7:801
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

How are human and social development, maturation, ageing, stability and change reflected and constituted in interaction and social texts? This volume explores these questions from the viewpoint that rhetorical accomplishment plays a significant role in lifespan development and in the quality of our developmental experiences.

Whether the focus is on transitions through student careers, mother-daughter relationships or marital communication, the contributors to this multidisciplinary volume provide specific analyses of discursive practices in and through which age-related identities and roles are formulated, challenged or consolidated. The result is a dynamic view of lifespan development in our culture.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Introduction
  • Discourse, Selfhood and the Lifespan
  • Part 1 Discursively Formulating the Lifespan
  • Becoming Someone
  • Identity and Belonging
  • Autobiographies and the Shaping of Gendered Lives
  • Discursively Formulating the Significance of Reminiscence in Later Life
  • Positioning and Autobiography
  • Telling Your Life
  • Part 2 Achieving Control, Transition and Continuity
  • Pedagogic Discourse and Interaction Orders
  • Sharingtime and Control
  • Contextualizing Social Control
  • An Ethnomethodological Analysis of Parental Accounts of Discipline Interactions
  • Transitions Through the Student Career
  • Making Connections
  • Narratives as the Expression of Continuity Between Generations of Grandparents and Grandchildren
  • Part 3 Discourse and Intergenerational Relationships
  • The Construction of 'Closeness' in Mother-Daughter Relationships Across the Lifespan
  • Intergenerational Communication in the Mother-Daughter Dyad Regarding Caregiving Decisions
  • Investigations of Marital Communication and Lifespan Development
  • Couples and Change
  • Intervention Through Discourse and Images
  • Epilogue
  • Future Prospects in Lifespan Sociolinguistics

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