About the article
Johanna Svahn is Lecturer at the Department of Education at Uppsala University. Her research interests cover children's use of multimodal resources (talk, gaze, gestures, spatial arrangements) in interactional practices (e.g., insults, social exclusion, teasing, and storytelling) in peer group interaction, as well as the interrelation between morality and institutional practices in classroom interaction. Address for correspondence: Department of Education, Uppsala University, Box 2136, 750 02 Uppsala, Sweden 〈 〉.
Ann-Carita Evaldsson is Professor at the Department of Education, Uppsala University. Her work draws on a language socialization approach combined with conversation analysis and membership categorization analysis. Her focus is mainly on children's interactional practices (gossips, insults, disputes, storytelling, corrective routines, etc.) in educational settings, addressing topics such as the social organization of play and games, morality, identity-work (gender, class, and ethnicity), peer learning, and multilingualism. Address for correspondence: Department of Education, Uppsala University, Box 2136, 750 02 Uppsala, Sweden 〈 〉.
Published Online: 2013-11-07
Published in Print: 2013-11-25