1998 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1998 - Fellow of the MacArthur Foundation
1984 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Her primary scientific interests are in Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Language acquisition, Socialization and Grammar. Elinor Ochs interconnects Social identity approach, Environmental ethics and Social psychology in the investigation of issues within Sociolinguistics. Her research in Language acquisition intersects with topics in Samoan and Language development.
Her Language development research incorporates elements of Interpersonal communication, Register, Acquiring language and Literacy. Her Socialization research includes elements of Social psychology, Social identity theory, Social group, Social influence and Epistemology. Her studies in Grammar integrate themes in fields like Conversation, Linguistic anthropology, Transcription, Syntax and Representation.
Her main research concerns Linguistics, Social psychology, Language acquisition, Socialization and Samoan. Her Linguistics and Grammar, Language development, Conversation, Generative grammar and Emergent grammar investigations all form part of her Linguistics research activities. The Grammar study combines topics in areas such as Sociolinguistics, Psychotherapist and Representation.
Her studies deal with areas such as Developmental psychology and Nuclear family as well as Social psychology. Her research on Language acquisition also deals with topics like
Elinor Ochs focuses on Social psychology, Linguistics, Language acquisition, Developmental psychology and Cognitive science. Her Social psychology research incorporates themes from Nuclear family and Modernity. Her research related to Variation, Acquiring language, Grammar, Samoan and Language development might be considered part of Linguistics.
Her study in Language acquisition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interpersonal communication, Socialization and Sociolinguistics. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Video ethnography, Reflexivity, Interpersonal relationship and Social rejection.
Her primary areas of study are Performance art, Middle class, Gerontology, Art history and Family home.
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Living Narrative: Creating Lives in Everyday Storytelling
Elinor Ochs;Lisa Capps.
Culture and Language Development: Language Acquisition and Language Socialization in a Samoan Village
Language Socialization across Cultures
William A. Corsaro;Bambi B. Schieffelin;Elinor Ochs.
Planned and Unplanned Discourse
Elinor Ochs;Bambi B. Schieffelin.
Constructing Social Identity: A Language Socialization Perspective
Research on Language and Social Interaction (1993)
Linguistic resources for socializing humanity.
Interaction and grammar
Elinor Ochs;Emanuel A. Schegloff;Sandra A. Thompson.
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (1996)
Language acquisition and socialization: Three developmental stories and their implications
Bambi Schieffelin;E. Ochs.
Culture Theory : Essays on Mind, Self, and Emotion (1984)
Language has a heart
Elinor Ochs;Bambi Schieffelin.
Text - Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Discourse (1989)
Co-Construction: An Introduction
Sally Jacoby;Elinor Ochs.
Research on Language and Social Interaction (1995)
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