anonymous
  • anonymous
Some researchers believe in the nativist perspective when it comes to language. What does this mean?
MIT 9.00SC Introduction to Psychology
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anonymous
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It means that the ability and capacity to learn language is inborn. A part of who we are.
anonymous
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and, furthermore, It means that it is not part of a social construction and doesn´t depend of the social mediation. So, we could say that there is a nativist perspective and, on the other side, a social perspective of the language development. As a tip to see more about this discussion, watch the movie "The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser".

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