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Parents with higher education tend to interact more verbally with their child ...

„Parents with higher education tend to interact more verbally with their child; they use more abstract words, more complex syntax and invite their child more often into decontextualized discourse, book-sharing and dialogical reading. Such language practices mirror the language of books and school and foster good literacy skills.“

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kajsa Yang Hansen u. a., „Determinants of country differences in effects of parental education on children’s academic achievement“ (2016), S. 3