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LINGUIST List 18.398

Mon Feb 05 2007

Qs: References on Work & Social-Personal Talk

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        1.    Ana Ameal-Guerra, References on Work & Social-Personal Talk


Message 1: References on Work & Social-Personal Talk
Date: 03-Feb-2007
From: Ana Ameal-Guerra <amealguerraberkeley.edu>
Subject: References on Work & Social-Personal Talk


Dear subscribers,

In my research I'm working with natural data from a seamstress - customer
interaction (in Galicia, Spain). In their interaction they often move
between work talk and social-personal talk.

I would like to request if some contributors could point me to other
research and literature that talks about transitions between work talk and
non work talk. I would greatly appreciate any help in this sense.

My e-mail is: amealguerraberkeley.edu

Many thanks in advance.

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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