"Child Language" Book Review by Top Papers

"Child Language"
A review of Barbara Lust's book "Child Language".
# 138538 | 2,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Development Studies) , Language (General) , Child, Youth Issues (General)

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The paper presents an overview of the main ideas in eight chapters of Barbara Lust's book "Child Language". The paper explains that the first chapter is an introduction, the second chapter deals with general issues, and the third chapter deals with the problems.

From the Paper:

"This chapter is basically the introduction to the book. It sets up the central questions and outlines the general structure of the book. In this sense chapter one is not very informative. Like all introductions it is short and just provides an outline for the book. This chapter does set up the basic questions that the book will try and answer. In the past there were two general arguments about how language is acquired. The first is that language is innate. In other words it is something that we are just born with the ability to do (Lust 2). The second is the idea is that language is something that is learned through..."

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