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Academic Paper


Title: Kang Kwong Luke & Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou (eds.), Telephone Calls: Unity and diversity in conversational structure across languages and cultures.
Author: Anna Lindström
Institution: University of Uppsala
Linguistic Field: Not Applicable; Sociolinguistics
Subject Language: Chinese, Yue
Danish
English
German
Greek, Modern
Japanese
Abstract: A panel at the 1998 International Pragmatics Conference in Reims
provided the impetus for the book Telephone calls: Unity and diversity
in conversational structure across languages and cultures, edited by
Kang Kwong Luke and Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou. Six of its chapters were
first presented at that panel. The book covers several languages,
including Cantonese, Danish, English, German, Greek, Japanese, Korean, and
Persian.

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This article appears IN Language in Society Vol. 34, Issue 5.

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