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D. N. Chernov, THE SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS OF A FAMILY AS A FACTOR OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOLCHILDREN

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THE SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS OF A FAMILY AS A FACTOR OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOLCHILDREN

 

D. N. Chernov, RNRMU

 

In the article the comparative analysis of contemporary foreign and domestic studies of the role of socioeconomic status of the family in the emergence of individual differences in language development of children in school age is presented. The question is considered, given the importance of parent-child interactions in mediation of the contribution of socioeconomic status of the family in language development of child.

Keywords: child-parent relationships; educational status of parents; speech; socioeconomic status of family; school age; language; language development.

 

 

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