Discourse and Youth



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Discourse and Youth
Teun A. van Dijk

September 2013

Aarsand, P. (2012). The ordinary player: teenagers talk about digital games. Journal of Youth Studies, 15(8), 961-977. [[[youth culture; digital games; focus-group interviews; identities; discourse analysis; focus groups; construction; identity; youth; social sciences - other topics]]]


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Aboud, F. E., & Sankar, J. (2007). Friendship and identity in a language-integrated school. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 31(5), 445-453. [[[children; cross-ethnic friendship; identity; language of instruction; childrens intergroup attitudes; perceptions; adolescents; contact; ; psychology, developmental]]]
Abrams, D., & Hogg, M. A. (1987). Language attitudes, frames of reference, and social identity: A Scottish dimension. Special Issue: Language and ethnic identity. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 6(3-4), 201-213. [[[social identity] [articulation speech] [social perception] [scotland] [school age children] [childhood] [adolescence]]]
Aitsiselmi, F. (Ed.). (2000). Black, blanc, beur youth language and identity in France. Bradford, West Yorkshire: Dept. of Modern Languages, University of Bradford. [[[b] [Youth; Sociolinguistics; Children of immigrants; French language; Mass media and language]]]
Alim, H. S., Ibrahim, A., & Pennycook, A. (Eds.). (2009). Global linguistic flows. Hip hop cultures, youth identities, and the politics of language. New York, NY: Routledge. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 020389278X (ebook)][Culture and globalization][Hip-hop][Education in popular culture][Language and culture][Intercultural communication][Group identity]]]
Alim, H. S., Lee, J., & Carris, L. M. (2011). Moving the crowd, 'crowding' the emcee: The coproduction and contestation of black normativity in freestyle rap battles. Discourse & Society, 22(4), 422-439. [[[black normativity; california; discourse analysis; freestyle rap; hip hop; performance; race/ethnicity; racialization; style; verbal art; verbal duels; youth culture; ethnicity; identity; communication; psychology; sociology]]]
Androutsopoulos, J. K., & Georgakopoulou, A. (Eds.). (2003). Discourse constructions of youth identities. Amsterdam Philadelphia: J. Benjamins Pub. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 1588113558][Youth][Jeunesse][Discourse analysis][Analyse du discours][Identity (Psychology) in youth][Identité chez les jeunes]]]
Archakis, A., & Lampropoulou, S. (2009). Talking different heterosexualities: the permissive, the normative and the moralistic perspective - evidence from Greek youth storytelling. Discourse & Society, 20(3), 307-326. [[[communities of practice; desire; gender; heteronormativity; heterosexuality; identity construction; morality; narrative analysis; positioning; language; identity; constructions; gender; communication; psychology, multidisciplinary; sociology]]]
Ashcraft, C. (2006). Ready or not...? Teen sexuality and the troubling discourse of readiness. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 37(4), 328-346. [[[sexuality; virginity; schooling; youth identity; equity; culture; identity; girls; boys; anthropology; education & educational research]]]
Bals, M., Turi, A. L., Skre, I., & Kvernmo, S. (2010). Internalization symptoms, perceived discrimination, and ethnic identity in indigenous Sami and non-Sami youth in Arctic Norway. Ethnicity & Health, 15(2), 165-179. [[[adolescence; discrimination; ethnic identity; indigenous sami; internalization; native language; african-american adolescents; mental-health; norwegian adolescents; racial-discrimination; depressive symptoms; psychological adjustment; ; ethnic studies;
Barton, K. C., & McCully, A. W. (2010). "You Can Form Your Own Point of View": Internally Persuasive Discourse in Northern Ireland Students' Encounters With History. Teachers College Record, 112(1), 142-181. [[[israeli-arab conflict; adolescents perspectives; us history; narratives; holocaust; identity; education & educational research]]]
Becker, B. (2009). Immigrants' emotional identification with the host society The example of Turkish parents' naming practices in Germany. Ethnicities, 9(2), 200-225. [[[assimilation; emotional identification; first name choice; immigrant; integration; ethnic-identity; names; adolescents; families; discrimination; acculturation; adaptation; language; ethnic studies]]]
Beiser, M. N. M. N., & Hou, F. (2006). Ethnic identity, resettlement stress and depressive affect among Southeast Asian refugees in Canada. Social Science & Medicine, 63(1), 137-150. [[[identity; depression; discrimination; multiculturalism; unemployment; language; perceived racial-discrimination; mental-health; psychological distress; language-acquisition; vietnamese youth; labor-market; immigrants; unemployment; adaptation; adults;
Bigelow, M. H. (2010). Engaged Scholarship in the Somali Communities of Minnesota. Language Learning, 60, 1-+. [[[2nd language; academic-achievement; adolescent immigrant; literacy; education; identity; students; recasts; school; politics; education & educational research; linguistics]]]
Bigelow, M. H. (2010). The Co-Construction of Racialized Identity Among Somali Youth. Language Learning, 60, 93-118. [[[education & educational research; linguistics]]]
Blackburn, M. V., & Clark, C. T. (2011). Analyzing Talk in a Long-Term Literature Discussion Group: Ways of Operating Within LGBT-Inclusive and Queer Discourses. Reading Research Quarterly, 46(3), 222-248. [[[language arts; identity work; performances; curriculum; youth; education & educational research; psychology]]]
Blinka, L., Subrahmanyam, K., Smahel, D., & Seganti, F. R. (2012). Differences in the Teen Blogosphere: Insights from a Content Analysis of English- and Czech-Language Weblogs. Young, 20(3), 277-296. [[[online communication; weblog; blog; adolescents; social media; web 2.0; youth; global internet culture; internet; social networking sites; self-presentation; emerging adults; online; expression; intimacy; identity; blogs; social sciences - other topics
Bradbury, J., & Miller, R. (2010). Narrative Possibilities Theorizing Identity in a Context of Practice. Theory & Psychology, 20(5), 687-702. [[[context; development; identity; narrative; practice; ricoeur; sociohistorical transformation; textuality; vygotsky; youth; 2nd-language students; academic-performance; life; 1st; psychology, multidisciplinary]]]
Caldas, S. J. (2008). Changing bilingual self-perceptions from early adolescence to early adulthood: Empirical evidence from a mixed-methods case study. Applied Linguistics, 29(2), 290-311. [[[language socialization; identity; investment; linguistics]]]
Carrington, B., & Short, G. (1998). Adolescent discourse on national identity--voices of care and justice? Educational Studies, 24 (2), 133-152. [[[pluralist constructions of national identity] [12-13 yr olds] [England] [educational policy implications]]]
Carrington, B., & Short, G. (1998). Adolescent Discourse on National Identity: Voices of Care and Justice. Educational Studies, 24(2), 133-152.
Carter, P. M. (2013). Shared spaces, shared structures: Latino social formation and African American English in the U.S. south. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 17(1), 66-92. [[[latino english; african american english; adolescent language; social formation; ethnography; identity; language; identity; linguistics]]]
Cavazos-Rehg, P. A., & DeLucia-Waack, J. L. (2009). Education, Ethnic Identity, and Acculturation as Predictors of Self-Esteem in Latino Adolescents. Journal of Counseling and Development, 87(1), 47-54. [[[bilingual education; language; american; validation; children; psychology, applied]]]
Cheong, P. H., & Halverson, J. R. (2010). Youths in Violent Extremist Discourse: Mediated Identifications and Interventions. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 33(12), 1104-1123. [[[social-movements; radicalization; terrorism; identity; international relations; political science]]]
Childs, B., & Mallinson, C. (2006). The significance of lexical items in the construction of ethnolinguistic identity: A case study of adolescent spoken and online language. American Speech, 81(1), 3-30. [[[english; community; speech; applied linguistics; language & linguistics theory]]]
Chun, E. (2009). Speaking Like Asian Immigrants: Intersections of Accommodation and Mocking at a us High School. Pragmatics, 19(1), 17-38. [[[accommodation; asian americans; identity; mocking; stereotypes; youth; language; english; spanish; talk; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Chun, E. (2011). Reading race beyond black and white. Discourse & Society, 22(4), 403-421. [[[authenticity; blackness; discourse analysis; gender; interaction; race; racialization; social class; whiteness; youth; identity; construction; ethnolects; language; english; communication; psychology; sociology]]]
Connor, U. (1995). Examining syntactic variation across three English-speaking nationalities through a multifeature/multidimensional approach. In Donald L. Rubin (Ed.), Composing social identity in written language. (pp. 75-87). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [[[syntax] [written communication] [cross cultural differences] [analysis] [evaluation] [persuasive communication] [computer applications] [high school students] [adolescence] [united kingdom] [new zealand] [united states]]]
Corey, F. C. (1996). Personal narratives and young men in prison: Labeling the outside inside. Western Journal of Communication, 60(1), 57-75. [[[juvenile delinquents][labeling][narratives][self concept][social identity][adolescence][discourse analysis][human males][social perception]]]
Currie, D. (2001). Dear Abby: Advice pages as a site for the operation of power. Feminist Theory, 2(3), 259-281. [[textual analysis][teen magazine reading][individuality][female adolescents][advice columns][adolescent identity][text as power][Discourse Analysis][Human Females][Magazines][Social Identity][Subjectivity]]
Cutler, C. (2010). Hip-Hop, White Immigrant Youth, and African American Vernacular English: Accommodation as an Identity Choice. Journal of English Linguistics, 38(3), 248-269. [[[accommodation; african american vernacular english; immigrant youth; identity; hip-hop culture; new-york-city; nation; copula; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
De la-Garza, M. F. O., Newcomb, M. D., & Myers, H. F. (1995). A multidimensional measure of cultural identity for Latino and Latina adolescents. In Amado M. Padilla (Ed.), Hispanic psychology: Critical issues in theory and research. (pp. 26-42). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [[[ethnic identity] [measurement] [hispanics] [rating scales] [values] [attitudes] [language] [behavior] [adulthood]]]
Del Torto, L. M. (2008). Once a broker, always a broker: Non-professional interpreting as identity accomplishment in multigenerational Italian-English bilingual family interaction. Multilingua-Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 27(1-2), 77-97. [[[language; adolescents; children; ]]]
Di Luzio, A., & Auer, J. C. P. (1986). Indentitatskonstitution in der Migration: konversationsanalytische und linguistische Aspekte ethnischer Stereotypisierungen. (Identity Formation in Migration. Conversation-Analytical and Linguistic Aspects of Ethnic Stereotyping). Linguistische Berichte, 104, 327-351. [[[Sociolinguistics] [Language and Culture] [Discourse Analysis] [Interpersonal Behavior] [Ethnolinguistics] [German] [Italian] [Adolescent Language]]]
Feinauer, E., & Whiting, E. F. (2012). Examining the Sociolinguistic Context in Schools and Neighborhoods of Pre-adolescent Latino Students: Implications for Ethnic Identity. Journal of Language Identity and Education, 11(1), 52-74. [[[language; latino; ethnic identity; pre-adolescents; context; schools; culturally relevant pedagogy; mexican-american children; immigrant ; education & educational research; linguistics]]]
Fuligni, A. J., Kiang, L., Witkow, M. R., & Baldelomar, O. (2008). Stability and change in ethnic labeling among adolescents from Asian and Latin American immigrant families. Child Development, 79(4), 944-956. [[[segmented assimilation; european backgrounds; identity; children; acculturation; filipino; cohesion; language; chinese; mexican; psychology, educational; psychology, developmental]]]
Galindo, D. L. (1995). Language attitudes toward Spanish and English varieties: A Chicano perspective. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 17(1), 77-99. [[[mexican americans] [language] [adolescent attitudes] [ethnic identity] [bilingualism] [adolescence] [adulthood] ]]
Garcia, A., & Gaddes, A. (2012). Weaving Language and Culture: Latina Adolescent Writers in an After-School Writing Project. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 28(2), 143-163. [[[literacy; identity; education & educational research]]]
Gee, J. P., & Crawford, V. M. (1998). Two kinds of teenagers: Language, identity and social class. In: Alvermann, Donna E., & Hinchman, Kathleen A. (Eds.), Reconceptualizing the literacies in adolescents' lives. (pp. 225-245). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. [[[how social class helps shape language and identity and perceived affiliation with school and other public institutions, working-class vs upper-middle-class adolescent females]]]
Gergen, M. M., & Gergen, K. J. (1993). Autobiographies and the shaping of gendered lives. In: N. Coupland, & J. F. Nussbaum (Eds.), Discourse and lifespan identity. (pp. 28-54). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc [[[Lg: English ] [examines differences in how men & women represent their bodies from youth through old age in autobiographies ][Autobiography][Body Image][Human Sex Differences ]]]
Gewertz, D., & Errington, F. (1996). On PepsiCo and piety in a Papua New Guinea "modernity". American Ethnologist, 23(3), 476-493. [[[discourse analysis of processes of modernism, Chambri elders vs youths, Papua New Guinea] [Age Differences; Culture (Anthropological); Ethnography; Social Change; Social Identity; Adolescence; Adulthood; Aged; Childhood; Papua New Guinea; Very Old]]
Golan-Cook, P., & Olshtain, E. (2011). A model of identity and language orientations: the case of immigrant students from the Former Soviet Union in Israel. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 32(4), 361-376. [[[acculturation; cultural identity; bilingualism; language use; language attitudes; immigrants; ethnic-identity; vietnamese youth; acculturation; adolescents; ; linguistics]]]
Goodman, S. (2010). Sex, literacy and videotape: Learning, identity and language development through documentary production with "overage" students. English Teaching, 9(1), 48-57. [Lg: English][[[[Cognitive apprenticeship] [Discourses] [Documentary production] [Literacy] [Situated learning] [Youth media] ]]]
Goulah, J. (2009). Navigating Identity Reformation, Marginalization, and "Soft" Colonization in Former Soviet Immigrant Students. Journal of Language Identity and Education, 8(2-3), 159-173. [[[former soviet union; immigrants; adolescents; religion/spirituality; qualitative study; jewish refugee adolescents; school; acculturation; adjustment; discourses; education & educational research; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Halverson, E. R. (2008). From one woman to everyman - Reportability and credibility in publicly performed narratives. Narrative Inquiry, 18(1), 29-52. [[[identity; narrative; performance; gay youth; reportability; experience; community; work; side; communication; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Hatoss, A., & Sheely, T. (2009). Language maintenance and identity among Sudanese-Australian refugee-background youth. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 30(2), 127-144. [[[linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Hecht, M. L., & Krieger, J. L. R. (2006). The principle of cultural grounding in school-based substance abuse prevention - The Drug Resistance Strategies Project. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 25(3), 301-319. [[[cultural grounding; adolescent drug prevention; identity; smoking prevention; adolescents; students; youth; communication; adaptation; curriculum; programs; similarities; ethnicity; applied linguistics; psychology, social]]]
Hua, J. M., & Costigan, C. L. (2012). The Familial Context of Adolescent Language Brokering Within Immigrant Chinese Families in Canada. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 41(7), 894-906. [[[language brokering; chinese immigrant families; adolescents; psychological health; parent-child relationship; parental psychological control; american adolescents; latino adolescents; ethnic-identity; obligation; adjustment; attitudes; ; psychology]]]
Huijnk, W., Verkuyten, M., & Coenders, M. (2012). Family Life and Acculturation Attitudes: A Study among Four Immigrant Groups in the Netherlands. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(4), 555-575. [[[acculturation attitudes; family relationships; transnational family; language proficiency; family background; intergenerational transmission; racial identity; adolescents; ; demography; ethnic studies]]]
Irizarry, J. G., & Antrop-Gonzalez, R. (2007). RicanStructing the discourse and promoting school success: Extending a theory of culturally responsive pedagogy for DiaspoRicans. Centro Journal, 19(2), 36-59. [[[puerto rican youth; academic achievement; diaspora; culturally responsive pedagogy (crp); cultural capital; african-american students; relevant pedagogy; achievement; teachers; identity; area studies]]]
Irwin, A. (2006). London adolescents (re)producing power/knowledge: You know and I know. Language in Society, 35 (4), 499-528.[[[Lg: English] [London adolescents][power relations][discourses][gender identities][middle-class][Discourse Analysis][Gender Identity][Middle Class][Power][Interpersonal Relationships]]]
Kanno, Y., & Cromley, J. G. (2013). English Language Learners' Access to and Attainment in Postsecondary Education. Tesol Quarterly, 47(1), 89-121. [[[esl students; college experiences; immigrant youth; school; achievement; enrollment; opportunity; identity; outcomes; policy; education & educational research; linguistics]]]
Kiang, L., Perreira, K. M., & Fuligni, A. J. (2011). Ethnic Label Use in Adolescents from Traditional and Non-Traditional Immigrant Communities. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 40(6), 719-729. [[[ethnic labeling; ethnic identity; geographic setting; adjustment; european backgrounds; latin-american; identity; discrimination; chinese; language; families; children; options; parents; psychology]]]
Kim, S. Y., & Chao, R. K. (2009). Heritage Language Fluency, Ethnic Identity, and School Effort of Immigrant Chinese and Mexican Adolescents. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 15(1), 27-37. [[[heritage language; ethnic identity; school effort; chinese; mexican; self-esteem; american; 2nd-generation; bilingualism; adjustment; invariance; parents; adults; latino; family; ethnic studies; psychology, social]]]
Kissau, S., & Wierzalis, E. (2008). Gender identity and homophobia: The impact on adolescent males studying French. Modern Language Journal, 92(3), 402-413. [[[foreign-language; motivation; boys; masculinity; classroom; future; ; linguistics]]]
Kjeldgaard, D. (2009). The meaning of style? Style reflexivity among Danish high school youths. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 8 (2-3), 71-83.[[[Lg: English] [style reflexivity][Danish high school youths][Danish consumers' discourses][style practice][local identity projects][style negotiation][consumer research][Consumer Behavior][Consumer Research][Lifestyle][Self Concept]]]
Korobov, N. (2006). The management of "nonrelational sexuality" - Positioning strategies in adolescent male talk about (hetero)sexual attraction. Men and Masculinities, 8(4), 493-517. [[[nonrelational sexuality; discourse; masculinity; heterosexuality; adolescence; prejudice; positioning; gender identity; masculinity; sociology]]]
Korobov, N., & Thorne, A. (2006). Intimacy and distancing: Young men's conversations about romantic relationships. Journal of Adolescent Research, 21(1), 27-55. [[[emerging adulthood; romantic relationships; intimacy; masculinity; discourse; positioning; emerging adulthood; adolescents; identity; talk; masculinity; american; self; psychology, developmental]]]
Korobov, N., & Thorne, A. (2007). How late-adolescent friends share stories about relationships: The importance of mitigating the seriousness of romantic problems. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 24(6), 971-992. [[[discourse; identity; late adolescence; mitigation; narratives; problems; romantic relationships; stories; complaints; networks; quality; talk; self; communication; psychology, social]]]
Kumar, N., Trofimovich, P., & Gatbonton, E. (2008). Investigating Heritage Language and Culture Links: An Indo-Canadian Hindu Perspective. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 29(1), 49-65. [[[acculturation; hindu culture; identity; language maintenance; language shift; asian adolescents; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Kvernmo, S. (1998). Language and ethnic identity in indigenous adolescents. In: Skoe, E. E. A., & von der Lippe, A. L. (Eds.), Personality development in adolescence: A cross national and life span perspective. Adolescence and society. (pp. 123-140). Florence, KY, US: Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
Kvernmo, S., & Heyerdahl, S. (2004). Ethnic identity and acculturation attitudes among indigenous Norwegian Sami and ethnocultural Kven adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Research, 19(5), 512-532. [[[college-students; self-esteem; high-school; language; immigrants; context]]]
Lasisi, M. J., & Onyehalu, A. S. (1992). Cultural influences of a reading text on the concept formation of second-language learners of two Nigerian ethnic groups. In Richard Jackson Harris (Ed.), Cognitive processing in bilinguals. Advances in psychology, 83. (pp. 459-471). Amsterdam: North-Holland. [[[bilingualism] [reading comprehension] [ethnic identity] [ethnic groups] [foreign language learning] [nigeria] [adulthood] [adolescence]]]
Lawton, B. L., & Logio, K. A. (2009). Teaching the Chinese language to heritage versus non-heritage learners: parents' perceptions of a community weekend school in the United States. Language Culture and Curriculum, 22(2), 137-155. [[[chinese language; chinese community school; heritage learner; non-heritage learner; identity theory; survey; qualitative interview; adolescents; identity; education & educational research; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Love, A. S., & Yin, Z. N. (2006). Ethnic identity and risky health behaviors in school-age Mexican-American children. Psychological Reports, 98(3), 735-744. [[[drug-use; latino adolescents; substance use; self-esteem; acculturation; language; students; socialization; predictors; southwest; psychology, multidisciplinary]]]
Lukalo, F. K. (2008). Outliving generations. Cultural Studies, 22(2), 254-272. [[[east africa; culture; urban sites; youth; music; identity; modernity; language; globalization; perspective; anthropology; humanities, multidisciplinary; social sciences, interdisciplinary]]]
Mansfield, C. D., McLean, K. C., & Lilgendahl, J. P. (2010). Narrating traumas and transgressions Links between narrative processing, wisdom, and well-being. Narrative Inquiry, 20(2), 246-273. [[[narrative; trauma; transgression; well-being; wisdom; identity; self; autobiographical narratives; ego development; life story; self; identity; adolescence; adaptation; selves; adults; things; communication; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Martinez, C. R., McClure, H. H., & Eddy, J. M. (2009). Language Brokering Contexts and Behavioral and Emotional Adjustment Among Latino Parents and Adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence, 29(1), 71-98. [[[language brokering; acculturation; latino families; parenting; adolescent adjustment; ethnic-identity; substance use; centered intervention; hispanic adolescents; health outcomes; mental-health; children; discrimination; ; family studies; psychology, d
Martino, W. (2009). Literacy issues and GLBTQ youth: Queer interventions in English education. In: L. Christenbury, R. Bomer & P. Smargorinsky (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent literacy research. (pp. 386-399). New York, NY: Guilford Publications [[[Lg: English] [literacy][reading practices][gay & lesbian students][teenagers][GLBTQ youth][English education][adolescent psychology][reading texts][otherness][sexual minorities][identity][teaching][politics of difference][teac][Adolescent Psychology][Language Art
Marzo, S., & Ceuleers, E. (2011). The use of Citetaal among adolescents in Limburg: the role of space appropriation in language variation and change. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 32(5), 451-464. [[[identity construction; sociolinguistics; language identity; enregisterment; ethnolects; identity; life; linguistics]]]
Matsunaga, M., Hecht, M. L., Elek, E., & Ndiaye, K. (2010). Ethnic Identity Development and Acculturation: A Longitudinal Analysis of Mexican-Heritage Youth in the Southwest United States. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 41(3), 410-427. [[[acculturation; ethnic identity development; ethnolinguistic orientation; latent profile and transition analyses; mexicans and mexican americans; american adolescents; african-american; drug-use; adaptation; language; scale; hispanics; attitudes; contex
Maybin, J. (2002). 'What's the hottest part of the sun? Page 3!' Children's exploration of adolescent gender identities through informal talk. In: L. Litosseliti, & J. Sunderland (Eds.), Gender identity and discourse analysis. (pp. 257-273). Amsterdam,Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company [[[Lg: English ] [adolescent gender identities ][informal talk ][language ][children ][social practice ][Adolescent Development][Gender Identity][Language][Psychosexual Development][Social Identity ]]]
McCarty, T. L., Romero-Little, M. E., Warhol, L., & Zepeda, O. (2009). Indigenous Youth as Language Policy Makers. Journal of Language Identity and Education, 8(5), 291-306. [[[education & educational research; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
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Medvedeva, M. (2010). Perceived Discrimination and Linguistic Adaptation of Adolescent Children of Immigrants. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39(8), 940-952. [[[children of immigrants; language proficiency; discrimination; american adolescents; english-language; ethnic-identity; mental-health; ; psychology, developmental]]]
Messing, J. H. E. (2009). Ambivalence and Ideology Among Mexicano Youth in Tlaxcala, Mexico. Journal of Language Identity and Education, 8(5), 350-364. [[[indigenous youth; language shift; identity; language ideology; indigenous teacher; mexico; linguistic anthropology; language; education & educational research; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Michel, A., Titzmann, P. F., & Silbereisen, R. K. (2012). Language shift among adolescent ethnic German immigrants: Predictors of increasing use of German over time. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36(2), 248-259. [[[second language use; language shift; ethnic germans; adolescent immigrants; longitudinal; multilevel modeling; united-states; acculturation; identity; context; israel; model; acquisition; families; children; english; psychology; social sciences - other
Michel, A., Titzmann, P. F., & Silbereisen, R. K. (2012). Language shift among adolescent ethnic German immigrants: Predictors of increasing use of German over time. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36(2), 248-259. [[[second language use; language shift; ethnic germans; adolescent immigrants; longitudinal; multilevel modeling; united-states; acculturation; israel; model; acquisition; families; children; identity; english; context; psychology; social sciences - other
Mininni, G., & Annese, S. (1997). News discourse features and adolescent identity: A diatextual analysis. International Journal of Psycholinguistics, 13(1)[36], 5-23. [[[analysis of text from TV news show produced for & by adolescents, themes of adolescent identity & self representation, Italy] [Adolescent Development; Discourse Analysis; News Media; Self Concept; Social Identity; Adolescence; Television]]
Mole, R. C. M. (2007). The impact of political discourse on group beliefs and outgroup antipathy among Latvian youth. Journal of Baltic Studies, 38(3), 273-289. [[[discourse; identity construction; youth; inter-ethnic relations; ethnic-identity; self-esteem; determinants; adolescents; knowledge; attitudes; conflict; area studies; humanities, multidisciplinary]]]
Ngo, B., & Leet-Otley, J. (2011). Discourses About Gender Among Hmong American Policymakers: Conflicting Views About Gender, Culture, and Hmong Youth. Journal of Language Identity and Education, 10(2), 99-118. [[[hmong; southeast asian; immigrant; gender; culture; early marriage; education & educational research; linguistics]]]
Nguyen, J., & Brown, B. B. (2010). Making Meanings, Meaning Identity: Hmong Adolescent Perceptions and Use of Language and Style as Identity Symbols. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 20(4), 849-868. [[[high-school-students; ethnic-identity; asian-american; ; family studies; psychology, developmental]]]
Nicholas, S. E. (2009). "I Live Hopi, I Just Don't Speak It"-The Critical Intersection of Language, Culture, and Identity in the Lives of Contemporary Hopi Youth. Journal of Language Identity and Education, 8(5), 321-334. [[[education & educational research; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Oh, J. S., & Fuligni, A. J. (2010). The Role of Heritage Language Development in the Ethnic Identity and Family Relationships of Adolescents from Immigrant Backgrounds. Social Development, 19(1), 202-220. [[[adolescence; language development; family relations; ethnicity; segmented-assimilation; united-states; 2nd language; acquisition; ; psychology, developmental]]]
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