Discursive shadowing in linguistic ethnography. Situated practices and circulating discourses in multilingual schools

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Discursive shadowing in linguistic ethnography. Situated practices and circulating discourses in multilingual schools. / Creese, Angela; Dewilde, Joke.

In: Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Vol. 47, No. 3, 26.07.2016, p. 329 - 339.

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abstract = "We consider discursive shadowing as methodology in linguistic ethnography and how it refines our analyses of participants{\textquoteright} situated practices. In addition to the constant and extended company the researcher and key participant keep with one another in the field, shadowing in a linguistic ethnographic approach includes the ubiquitous audio-recording of interactions, which provides opportunities to collect interactional data as they circulate across speech events and sediment into durable teacher identities in multilingual schools.",
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