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Presequences and indirection

Emanuel A. Schegloff

Presequences and indirection

applying speech act theory to ordinary conversation.

by Emanuel A. Schegloff

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Taken from Journal of pragmatics, vol.12, 1988, pp. 55-62.

SeriesJournalof pragmatics -- v.12
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Open LibraryOL19696808M

Philadelphia: Temple University Press [Note: a 'Review Symposium' on this book can be found in Human Studies 20 (3), 89, edited by F.C. Waksler, with contributions by M. Connolly, G. Kielhofner & T. Mallinson, M. Lynch, and M. Pollner, with a . Kerbrat-orecchioni - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Kerbrat-orecchioni5/5(1). This study offemale/male beggars whofrequent the streets of Thessaloniki investigates the extent to which gender display, in terms of verbal/nonverbal strategies, prevails over the Community of practice that female and male panhandlers share or whether the practice erases any traces of gender, rendering them "just beggars." The theoretical framework utilised is that of "face" .


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