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The children’s imperfections in this genre can be seen as “evidence of the routine interpenetrations of genres in everyday life” (Capps et al. 2002: 54). Bilingual parents teach language rules regarding politeness or turn taking which are situated in between the languages they use (Blum-Kulka et al. 1993). Mothers of children with Down syndrome use a less varied vocabulary and less inner state verbs as well as shorter utterances than mothers with non-handicapped children during their dinners (Tingley et al.
The signs used by Benedictines for communication during their periods of silence have also been listed with a focus on food terms (Romeo 1979). Cornelia Gerhardt Similar to the well-known work on basic color terms (Berlin & Kay 1969), the classification of plants and animals in different languages and cultures has been studied in cognitive anthropology or ethnobotany (Berlin 1992; Berlin et al. 1974; Carlson & Maffi 2004). g. Williamson 1970 for edible plants in the Niger delta). Biologists stress that classification into food and non-food is a task vital to all animals, including humans (Panchen 1992: 1).
2006, the table of corpora in Pan et al. 1999: 207). Having meals together is a core practice in families used by parents to socialize their children into value systems about language related and food related behavior, as well as any other aspect of life which may come up as a topic (Schieffelin & Ochs 1986). By sharing meals, families create opportunity spaces for joint activities (Ochs et al. 1989), be it play, prayer or narration. There is a plethora of studies from discursive psychologists, conversation analysts, linguists and anthropologists focusing on different aspects of dinner talk in a variety of languages and cultures.