Bilingual Minds: Emotional Experience, Expression, and by Aneta Pavlenko

By Aneta Pavlenko

Do bi- and multilinguals understand themselves another way of their respective languages? Do they adventure diverse feelings? How do they exhibit feelings and have they got a favorite language for emotional expression? How are emotion phrases and ideas represented within the bi- and multilingual lexicons? This ground-breaking publication opens up a brand new box of research, bilingualism and feelings, and gives exciting solutions to those and lots of similar questions.

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Studies by Ervin-Tripp (1964, 1967), Koven (1998), and Panayiotou (2004) also show that speakers socialized in distinct contexts may have distinct linguistic repertoires in their respective languages. A particularly convincing version of this argument appears in Koven’s (1998) study of stories of personal experiences told by Portuguese–French bilinguals, children of Portuguese immigrants in France (see also Koven’s chapter in the present volume). In addition to formal discursive analysis of Portuguese and French versions of the same event, the researcher interviewed participants about their experiences with the two languages (self-evaluation) and collected listener impressions of the tape-recorded stories (peer evaluation).

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