Yvonne Tse Crepaldi (@yvonnecrepaldi )

Yvonne Tse Crepaldi

Bio PhD, Research Fellow @NTUsg on conversation analysis, adult-child interactions, healthcare communications and multilingualism
Location Singapore
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Twitter Web App : This is similar to the SUAW & Bootcamp I have been running the last few months. Thanks Alexandra Kent and colleagues for sharing their practice! "Promoting Writing Amongst Peers: Establishing a Community of Writing Practice for Early Career Academics academia.edu/31855091/Promo…

Twitter Web App : The #IASCL2020 conference (International Association for the Study of Child Language) at the University of Pennsylvania has been postponed until the summer 2021

Twitter Web App : Anyone who is keen to share with a small group (~10-15) of junior academic (from postgrad to asst. prof) about their writing habits, craft, or how to be a productive writer? (looking for a speaker for 20-30min)

Twitter Web App : Dr. Alia J. Buendgens-Kosten Oh wonderful. The breach is kind of like a 'trouble source'. The policing move looks like an initiating action. The third step could be either compliance (rectifying the language choice) or noncompliance (disaligned and continuing in the non-target) right?

Twitter Web App : In the end, my abstract was rejected 'cause editors want to focus on 'sociology' of language policy, even though I said I could discuss the practices in light of policy and macro. How ironic, given that CA is from sociology... Guess I need to work on positioning CA for non-CA.

Twitter Web App : Dr. Alia J. Buendgens-Kosten love the term 'language policing'. there're certainly a lot of examples of this in the home context. I'm just writing a chapter about this among transnational families in Singapore - how parents explicitly request children to speak the heritage language

Twitter Web App : Chinese says 'drink soup' not 'eat soup', cause we have clear broth (soup can replace a drink at mealtime). Our CA team @ NTU once looked at a video where friends teased the use of a local term 'dzap' when describing the syrupy sauce/gravy/soup in a soya beancurd dessert. twitter.com/adelegoldberg1…