|NAME||AFFILIATION||TITLE OF PAPER|
|Cromdal, Jakob||Linköping||Bilingual text production as task and resource. Social interaction in task oriented student groups.|
|Türker, Emel||Oslo||Traces of Language Change in the Speech of Turkish Youth in Norway|
|Steensig, Jakob||Århus||Conversation Analysis and the study of bilingual interaction - methodological considerations|
|Madsen, Lian & Trine Esdahl||København||Linguistic variation, power relations, and identities in Turkish-Danish conversations among adolescents|
|Jørgensen, Normann||København||Social relations and the use of linguistic varieties in bilingual youth groups|
The study of adolescent languge and specifically the mulitilingual behavior of adolescents in the Nordic countries has frourished in the past decade, under inspiration from groundbreaking publications such as Kotsinas 1994 and Boyd 1985. The UNO project under the leadership of Kotsinas has also been productive in this field, and a host of studies has appeared in other contexts (Trker 2000, Nistov 2001, M¿ller 2000 and other studies from the K¿ge project). This workshop will focus on adolescentsÕ integration of first language, second language, and foreign language items in their linguistic behavior. We will primarily look at behavior in groups. Several Nordic studies will be presented, and theories, methods, data, as well as results will be discussed. The format of the workshop will be short presentations and comments followed by open discussion. Participants will be able to prepare by reading the papers in advance. Presenters must send in their papers by October 1st, and the papers will be copied and distributed to the registered participants in November. The working language of the workshop will be English.