|Description:||nteractional Linguistics aims to advance research on the relationship between linguistic structure and social interaction. We welcome research from a wide range of perspectives investigating patterns of language (phonological, morphological, syntactic, and lexical) as they are deployed in social interaction across a variety of situations (informal, institutional) and media (face-to-face, telephone, video-mediated). The Journal publishes original research that demonstrates how scrutiny of linguistic structures, as they occur in social interaction, can deepen our understanding of the functional and formal aspects of language. We welcome studies of single-language phenomena as well as comparative/cross-linguistic studies, based on data recorded in naturalistic, experimental, or semi-experimental settings.
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