Freitag, 11. Juni 2010

Quasselnde Oberschicht

The book connects language use at home with socioeconomic status. According to its findings, children in higher socioeconomic homes hear an average of 2,153 words an hour, whereas those in working-class households hear only about 1,251; children in the study whose parents were on welfare heard an average of 616 words an hour.

Quelle: Your Brain on Computers – Plugged-In Parents – NYTimes.com

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