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Co-constructed storytelling as a site for socialization in parent–child interaction: A case from a Malay-English bilingual family in Singapore
Kim, Younhee1; Tse Crepaldi, Yvonne2
2021-01
Source PublicationJournal of Pragmatics
ISSN0378-2166
Volume172Pages:167-180
Abstract

This study investigates how socialization takes place at the micro-level of everyday parent–child interactions by examining one extended storytelling sequence from the perspectives of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (EMCA). Close examination of the sequential organization of the episode selected from approximately 12 hours of audio- and video recordings of parent–child interaction reveals 1) how the child's described event is interactively reconstructed and co-constructed through the child's recollecting and the father's inquiring, and 2) how the child and parent orient subtly to different underlying concerns: the child focuses on his emotional reactions to what happened while the father shows orientations to accountability, normative behavior and the moral order. The analysis illustrates how the daily experience of the child is given shape through the discursive practice of the co-constructed storytelling. By showing how members' sense-making procedures are made observable through the process of co-constructed storytelling, the study suggests that storytelling becomes a site for socialization. The study contributes to the limited but growing body of research on children's storytelling in parent–child interaction from an EMCA perspective.

KeywordConversation Analysis Ethnomethodology Parent–child Interaction Sense-making Socialization Storytelling
DOI10.1016/j.pragma.2020.11.019
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Indexed BySSCI ; A&HCI ; HCI
Language英語English
WOS Research AreaLinguistics
WOS SubjectLinguistics ; Language & Linguistics
WOS IDWOS:000608006200014
Scopus ID2-s2.0-85097732612
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Corresponding AuthorKim, Younhee
Affiliation1.Department of English E21-4105, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Macau, Avenida da Universidade, China
2.SHHK-6-18, School of Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, 48 Nanyang Avenue, 639818, Singapore
First Author AffilicationFaculty of Arts and Humanities
Corresponding Author AffilicationFaculty of Arts and Humanities
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Kim, Younhee,Tse Crepaldi, Yvonne. Co-constructed storytelling as a site for socialization in parent–child interaction: A case from a Malay-English bilingual family in Singapore[J]. Journal of Pragmatics,2021,172:167-180.
APA Kim, Younhee,&Tse Crepaldi, Yvonne.(2021).Co-constructed storytelling as a site for socialization in parent–child interaction: A case from a Malay-English bilingual family in Singapore.Journal of Pragmatics,172,167-180.
MLA Kim, Younhee,et al."Co-constructed storytelling as a site for socialization in parent–child interaction: A case from a Malay-English bilingual family in Singapore".Journal of Pragmatics 172(2021):167-180.
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