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Editor: Parveen Adams
Tebal: 400 Halaman
Harga: Rp. 40.000,-HABIS
Berat Buku: 305 g
Kulit Muka: Soft Cover Kondisi: Cukup (Buku Bekas/Kondisi fisik sesuai foto)
Penerbit: Penguin Education Tahun: 1973 Cet.1
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The way in which language relates to thinking is of central interest to philosophers,linguists,anthropologists and psychologists. According to one view, structures of thought derive from action, and language plays a supporting rather than a determining role in thinking. According to another view,linguistic roles are innate; the roles of language are part of the conceptual equipment that the learner brings to the task of learning a language.
Parveen Adams focuses her choice of Readings on these major issues. Part One raises many questions about the role of language. Part Two concentrates on the acquisition of language. Part Three presents three major theoretical positions associated in turn with Whorf, Piaget and Vygotsky. part Four offers Experimental work related to the three strands of Part Three, and finally Part Five presents Chomsky's controversy with Sinclair-de-Zwart on language learning.
Parveen Adams is Lecturer in Psychology, Brunel University.
Penguin Modern Psychology should be of inestimable value to psychology students, to students in other social sciences, and for that matter, to the educated general reader' The Times Educational Supplement.