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MORENO DULCEY, FERNANDO ANDRÉS. NARRATING IN WRITTEN FORM: INTERSUBJECTIVITY AND RECURSIVE PROCESSES IN CHILDREN WRITERS. CS [online]. 2013, n.11, pp.243-282. ISSN 2011-0324.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/recs.i11.1572.

This article presents an analytical and theoretical reflection on the cognitive implications of the creation of intersubjective aspect in a narrative text. The first part explores various relationships between psychology, philosophy of the mind, discourse studies and narratology in order to provide a conceptual framework from which it is possible to think about the processes of written language acquisition in children. The article then addresses the issue of recursive processes and provides a recursive conception of the mind in order to explain how it is possible that children develop written narratives addressing the needs of a potential reader while creating relationships not only between narrator and narratee but also among the characters themselves. Finally, it offers some conclusions s about the educational implications of taking the stance outlined here.

Palabras clave : Recursion; Writing; Narration; Intersubjectivity; Children's Acquisition of Written Language.

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