‘Say can I borrow it’: Teachers and children managing peer conflict in a Japanese preschool

@article{Burdelski2020SayCI,
  title={‘Say can I borrow it’: Teachers and children managing peer conflict in a Japanese preschool},
  author={Matthew Burdelski},
  journal={Linguistics and Education},
  year={2020},
  volume={59},
  pages={100728}
}
Abstract How do young children learn to manage peer conflict in preschool? While conflict is an essential part of relationships in every social domain (family, school, work, etc.), learning how to engage in and resolve conflict is a culturally and situationally variable activity. This paper examines mediated forms of peer conflict initiated by adults and children in a Japanese preschool. Taking the theoretical perspective of language socialization, the analysis draws upon 48 hours of audio… Expand
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