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Social and Cognitive Factors in Second Language Acquisition:
Selected Proceedings of the 1999 Second Language Research Forum

edited by Bonnie Swierzbin, Frank Morris, Michael E. Anderson, Carol A. Klee, and Elaine Tarone
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Front cover image   xvi + 481 pages
publication date: August 2000

ISBN 978-1-57473-040-1 paperback, $40.00
ISBN 978-1-57473-140-8 library binding, $82.00

 


The 1999 Second Language Research Forum was held at the University of Minnesota in September 1999. These selected proceedings include 22 of the more than 100 papers presented at the conference. The contents are below, and the introduction by the volume editors is available on a separate web page.



Contents

Introduction
vii-xvi

The Impact of Social Factors on SLA

Three Kinds of Sociolinguistics and SLA: A Psycholinguistic Perspective
Dennis R. Preston
3-30

Getting Serious about Language Play: Language Play, Interlanguage Variation and Second-Language Acquisition
Elaine Tarone
31-54

Discourse Structure

Oppositional Talk and the Acquisition of Modality in L2 English
Tom Salsbury and Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig
57-76

The Acquisition of Negative Responses to Experience Questions in Indonesian as a Second Language by Sojourners in Naturalistic Interactions
Margaret A. DuFon
77-97

Acquiring Russian Tense-Aspect: Opaque Input for L2 Learners
Adam P. Leary
98-122

Cognitive Factors: Universal Grammar and Transfer

Models of L2 Phonological Acquisition
John Archibald
125-157

Long-Term Immersion and Access to UG
Naomi Bolotin
158-166

Why Morphology is Syntax: Determiner Features and Complex DPs in Interlanguage Production
Christiane Bongartz
167-184

The Parameter of Aspect: Evidence from the Second Language Acquisition of Spanish
Kimberly L. Geeslin
185-203

The Status of IP and CP in Child L2 Acquisition
Yumi Kakazu and Usha Lakshmanan
204-221

Non-Direct Object Agreement in the Second Language Spanish of Southern Quechua Speakers
Susan E. Kalt
222-242

Trying to See the Unaccusative Forest in Second Language Acquisition
Hiroyuki Oshita
243-263

Picture Truth Value Judgement Task and L2 Knowledge of Reflexives
Larissa Zakletskaia
264-283

Cognitive Factors: Input, Output and Negotiation

Thirty Years of Input (or Intake, the Neglected Sibling)
Bill VanPatten
287-311

The Neurocognitive Foundation of Second-Language Speech: A Proposed Scenario of Bimodal Development
Debra M. Hardison
312-325

Explicit and Incidental Instruction and Learner Awareness
Eric Hauser
326-344

Input, Output, and Negotiation: Conditions for Second Language Development
Rita Elaine Silver
345-371

Cognitive Factors: Learning Strategies

Writing Strategies Revisited: A Case of Non-Cognate L2 Writers
Yukiko A. Hatasa and Eriko Soeda
375-396

Direct vs. Translated Writing: Strategies for Bilingual Writers
Amanda W. Brooks-Carson and Andrew D. Cohen
397-423

Strategies for Learning Classifiers
Jenny Yi-chun Kuo
424-442

Social Factors

Listening Responses in Japanese and US English: Gender and Social Interaction
Hiroko Furo
445-457

Second Language Acquisition in Terms of Autobiographic Narratives
Udo Ohm
458-477

About the Authors
478-481


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