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Fri May 24 2002

TOC: Multilingua, Vol.21 No.1

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  1. Julia Ulrich, Multilingua Volume 21-1 (2002)

Message 1: Multilingua Volume 21-1 (2002)

Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 13:32:38 +0200
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: Multilingua Volume 21-1 (2002)

MULTILINGUA
Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication
Editor: Richard J. Watts
ISSN 0167-8507


MULTILINGUA ONLINE
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Volume 21-1 (2002)

Contents

SUE-HIE TING AND ROLAND SUSSEX
Language choice among the Foachows in Sarawak, Malaysia

CHRISTIAN FANDRYCH AND GABRIELE GRAEFEN
Text commenting devices in German and English academic articles

ANETA PAVLENKO
Bilingualism and emotions

LEE-WONG SONG MEI
Contextualizing intercultural communication and sociopragmatic choices


Book reviews

KARIN GRIGAR
Wirtschaftsdeutsch und seine Vermittlung - Eine Bestandsaufnahme, by
Katharina Heuberger

ALLAN S. KAYE
Linguisticsleh: An Introduction, by Andrew Radford, Martin Atkinson,
David Britain, Harald Clahsen and Andrew Spencer

Folk Linguistics, by Nancy A. Niedzielski and Dennis R. Preston

JACEK H. KOLODZIEJ
Mediated Discourse as Social Interaction: A Study of News Discourse, by
Ron Scollon

LUISA GRANATO DE GRASSO
Interpreting as Interaction, by Cecilia Wadensj�

WOLFRAM WILSS
Phraseologie: Eine Einf�hrung am Beispiel des Deutschen, by Harald
Burger

KAY RICHARDSON
Debating Diversity, by Jan Blommaert and Jef Verschueren

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