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Towards a Social Science of Language: Papers in honor of William Labov. Volume 2: Social interaction and discourse structures
Edited by Gregory R. Guy, Crawford Feagin, Deborah Schiffrin and John Baugh
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 128] 1997
► pp. 285
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