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  • Matthew Burdelski Osaka University
  • Ann-Carita Evaldsson Uppsala University



children, storytelling, multimodal interaction

Author Biographies

Matthew Burdelski, Osaka University

Matthew Burdelski is currently professor of applied Japanese linguistics at Osaka

University (formerly a visiting assistant professor at Swarthmore College). His

research focuses on Japanese and US classrooms and families, utilizing conversation

analysis and language socialization to investigate adult–child and children’s

interactions in Japanese as a first, second and heritage language. His papers

have appeared in The Handbook of Language Socialization, Language in Society

(co-authored), Linguistics and Education, Research on Language and Social

Interaction (co-authored), and Journal of Pragmatics.

Ann-Carita Evaldsson, Uppsala University

Ann-Carita Evaldsson is professor of education at Uppsala University. Her research

combines ethnographic studies with ethnomethodological conversational analysis

to investigate children’s everyday lives, peer language practices and language

socialization across culturally diverse settings. Recent papers explore how children

accomplish identities-in-interaction (gender, class, ethnicity, disability); multilingual

practices and; the moral character of affect and stance in both child and adult

controlled contexts (Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, Journal of Pragmatics,

Linguistics and Education, Research on Language and Social Interaction, Routledge

Handbook of Language and Identity).






How to Cite

Burdelski, M., & Evaldsson, A.-C. (2019). Transcription notation. Research on Children and Social Interaction, 3(1-2), 248.