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I'm writing my diploma paper about establishing and maintaining reference in sign language (Swiss German) conversation. The theoretical basis for my paper is theory of accessibility and will be completed by concepts of interactional linguistics. Till now I didn't find any bibliography about reference in sign language and theory of accessibility...
Do you know about papers on theory of accessibility and sign language?