Article published In:
Language and Dialogue
Vol. 10:3 (2020) ► pp.340368
Anokhina, Viktoria
2008 “Strategii i taktiki kommunikativnogo povedeniia v maloi sotsial’noi gruppe (sem’e)” [Strategies and tactics of communication behaviour v small social groups (family)]. Vestnik Staropol’skogo gоsudarstvennogo universiteta 561, 64–71.Google Scholar
Anokhina, Viktoria and Oksana Kravtchenko
2017”Povsednevnaia kommunikatsiia v strategiiakh i taktikakh obikhodno-bytovogo obshcheniia (na materiele semeinoi rechi)” [Everyday communication in strategies and taktics of mundane interaction (on a material of family talk)]. Taganrog: Izd. Voloshina O.I.Google Scholar
Baikulova, Alla
2012Neofitsial’noe obshchenie i ego raznovidnosti: kriterii vydeleniia i real’noe funktsionirovanie [Unofficial interaction and its varieties: criteria for selection and actual functioning]. Saratov: Nauka.Google Scholar
2014Ustnoe neofitisal’noe obstshenie i ego raznovidnosti: povsednevnaia rech’ gorozhan” [Oral unofficial interaction and its varieties: everyday speech of citizens]. Saratov: Nauka.Google Scholar
2016“Kommunikativnye riski v sfere neofitsial’nogo obshcheniia” [Communication risks in unofficial discourse]. In Riskogennost’ sovremennoi kommunikatsii i rol’ kommunikativnoi kompetentnosti v eë preodoleniia [Susceptibility to risk of contemporary communication and the role of communicative competence in competing with it], ed. by O. B. Sirotinina and M. A. Kormilitsyna. 99–113. Saratov: Izd. Saratovskogo universiteta.Google Scholar
Baker, Benjamin Michael Alex
2019 ““We’re just family, you know?” Exploring the discourses of family in gay parents’ relational talk.” Journal of Family Communication 19(3): 213–227. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bargh, John A. and Tanya L. Chartrand
1999 “The unbearable automaticity of being.” American Psychologist 54(7): 462–476. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bazzanella, Carla
2019 “The compex process of mis/understanding spatial feixis in face-to-face interaction.” soprag (Pragmática Sociocultural / Sociocultural Pragmatics) 7(1): 1–18. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bergman, Mats
2001 “Misunderstanding, and successful communication.” Acta Philosophica Fennica 691: 67–89.Google Scholar
Beukeboom, Camiel J. and Elisabeth M. de Jong
2008 “When feelings speak: How affective and proprioceptive cues change language abstraction.” Journal of Language and Social Psychology 27(2): 110–122. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Blokpoel, Mark, Marlieke van Kesteren, Arjen Stolk, Pim Haselager, Ivan Toni, and Iris van Rooij
2012 “Recipient design in human communication: Simple heuristics or perspective taking?Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 61, article 253. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bolden, Galina B.
2017 “Requests for here-and-now actions in Russian conversation.” In Imperative Turns at talk: The design of directives in action, ed. by Marja-Leena Sorjonen, Liisa Raevaara and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen. 175–211. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bova, Antonio
2019 “Parental strategies in argumentative dialogues with their children in mealtimes.” Language and Dialogue 9(3): 444–470. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Braithwaite, Dawn O. and Leslie A. Baxter
(eds.) 2006Engaging theories in family communication: Multiple perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Google Scholar
Brennan, Susan E. and Michael Schober
2001 “How listeners compensate for disfluencies in spontaneous speech.” Journal of Memory and Language 44(2): 274–296. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Brown, Gillian
1995Speakers, listeners and communication: Explorations in discourse analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Canary, Daniel J. and Heather E. Canary
2014 “Conflict in close relationships.” In Interpersonal communication, ed. by Chares R. Berger. 177–199. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Carling, Gerd, Lenny Lindell, and Gilbert Ambrazaitis
2014Scandoromani: Remnants of a Mixed Language. Leiden: Brill. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Clark, Herbert H.
1996Using language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Clark, Herbert H. and Susan E. Brennan
1991 “Grounding in communication.” In Perspectives on socially shared cognition, ed. by Lauren B. Resnick, John M. Levine, and Stephanie D. Teasley. 127–149. Washington, DC: APA Books. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Côté, Isabel and Kévin Lavoie
2019 “A child wanted by two, conceived by several: Lesbian-parent families negotiating procreation with a known donor.” Journal of GLET Family Studies 15(2): 165–185. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Dascal, Marcelo
1999 “Introduction: Some questions about misunderstanding.” Journal of Pragmatics 31(6): 753–762. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Demorest, Amy, Lisa Silberstein, Howard Gardner, and Ellen Winner
1983 “Telling it as it isn’t: Children’s understanding of figurative language.” British Journal of Developmental Psychology 11: 121–134. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Deppermann, Arnulf
2015 “When recipient design fails: Egocentric turn-design of instructions in driving school lessons leading to breakdowns of intersubjectivityOnline-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion Ausgabe 161: 63–101. [URL]
Dijksterhuis, Ap
2004 “Think different: The merits of unconscious thought in preference development and decision making.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 87(5): 586–598. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Dragojevic, Marko and Howard Giles
2014 “Language and interpersonal communication: Their intergroup dynamics.” In Interpersonal communication, ed. by Chares R. Berger. 29–51. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Dragojevic, Marko, Jessica Gasiorek, and Howard Giles
2016 “Accommodative strategies as core of the theory.” In Communication accommodation theory: Negotiating personal relationships and social identities across contexts, ed. by Howard Giles. 36–59. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Epley, Nicholas
2008 “Solving the (real) other minds problem.” Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2(3): 1455–1474. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ermakova, Olga P. and Elena A. Zemskaia
1993“K postroeniiu tipologii kommunikativnykh neudach (na materiale estestvennogo russkogo iazyka)” [On constructing a typology of communicative failures on the basis of authentic Russian material]. In Russkii iazyk i ego funktsionirovanie: kommunikativno-pragmaticheskii aspect [The Russian language and its functioning: a communicative-pragmatic aspect], ed. by Elena A. Zemskaia. 90–157. Moscow: Nauka.Google Scholar
2018People in the EU – statistics on household and family structures. [URL] retrieved 15.03.2020.
Falkner, Wolfgang
1997Verstehen, Missverstehen und Missverständnisse: Untersuchungen an einem Korpus englischer und deutscher Beispiele [Understanding, misunderstanding and miscommunication: studies on the basis of corpus with English and German instances]. Tübingen: Niemayer. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ferreira, Victor S., L. Robert Slevc, and Erin S. Rogers
2005 “How do speakers avoid ambiguous linguistic expressions?Cognition 96(3): 263–284. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Firth, Alan
2009 “The Lingua Franca factor.” Intercultural Pragmatics 6(2): 147–170. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gander, Anna Jia
2018Understanding in real-time communication: Micro-feedback and meaning repair in face-to-face and video-mediated intercultural interactions. PhD dissertation. University of Gothenburg, Dept. of Applied Information Technology. [URL]
Gauker, Christopher
1992 “The Lockean theory of communication.” Noûs 26 (3). DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Giles, Howard
(ed.) 2016Communication accommodation theory: Negotiating personal relationships and social identities across contexts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gordon, Cynthia
2009Making meanings, creating family: Intertextuality and framing in interaction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Grebenshchikova, Tatiana V. and Irina A. Zachesova
2014Psikhologiia povsednevnogo diskursa: Intentsional’nyi aspect [Psychology of everyday discourse: Intentional aspect]. Moscow: Izd. “Institut psikhologii RAN”Google Scholar
Grice, H. Paul
1975 “Logic and conversation”. In Syntax and semantics, vol. 3: Speech acts, ed. by Peter Cole, and Jerry L. Morgan, 41–58. New York: Academic Press.Google Scholar
Gu, Yueguo
1994 “Pragmatics and rhetoric: A collaborative approach to conversation.” In Pretending to communicate, ed. by Herman Parret. 173–195. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hesse, Colin, Emily A. Rauscherb, Rebecca Budesky Goodman, and Monica A. Couvrette
2017 “Reconceptualizing the role of conformity behaviors in Family Communication Patterns Theory”. Journal of Family Communication 17(4): 319–337. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hinnenkamp, Volker
2003 “Misunderstandings: Interactional Structure and Strategic Resources.” In Misunderstandings in Social Life: Discourse Approaches to Problematic Talk, edited by Juliane House, Gabriele Kasper and Steven Ross. 57–81. London: Longman.Google Scholar
Honghui, Zhou and Chen Dongchun
2019 “Understanding misunderstandings from socio-cognitive approach to pragmatics.” International Journal of Language and Linguistics 7 (5): 194–201. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
House, Juliane, Gabriele Kasper, and Steven Ross
2003 “Misunderstanding talk”. In Misunderstandings in social life: Discourse approaches to problematic talk, ed. by Juliane House, Gabriele Kasper, and Steven Ross. 1–21. London: Longman.Google Scholar
Huang, Li-Ning
1999 “Family communication patterns and personality characteristics.” Communication Quarterly 47(2): 230–243. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hummert, Mary Lee
2019 “Intergenerational communication”. In Language, communication and intergroup relations, ed. by Jake Harwood, Jessica Gasiorek, Herbert Pierson, Jon F. NussBaum, and Cindy Gallois. 130–161. New York and London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Kecskes, Istvan
2010 “The paradox of communication: A socio-cognitive approach.” Pragmatics and Society 1(1): 50–73. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2017a “Implicitness in the use of situation-bound utterances: From lexis to discourse.” In Implicitness: From lexis to discourse, ed. by Piotr Cap and Marta Dynel. 201–215. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2017b “Sequential structure of discourse segments shaped by the interplay of recipient design or salience.” In Formal models in the study of language, ed. by Joanna Blochowiak, Cristina Grisot, Stephanie Durrleman-Tame, and Christopher Laenzlinger. C. Chan: Springer Moescher. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kecskes, Istvan and Monika Kirner-Ludwig
2019 “«Odd structures» in English as a lingua franca discourse”. Journal of Pragmatics 1511: 76–90. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kecskes, Istvan and Fenghui Zhang
2009 “Activating, seeking, and creating common ground: A socio-cognitive approach.” Pragmatics & Cognition 17(2): 331–355. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kemper, Susan
1994 “«Elderspeak»: Speech accommodation to older adults.” Aging and Cognition 1(1): 17–28. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Keysar, Boaz
2007 “Communication and miscommunication: The role of egocentric processes.” Intercultural Pragmatics 4(1): 71–85. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Keysar, Boaz and Anne S. Henly
2002 “Speakers’ overestimation of their effectiveness.” Psychological Science 131: 207–212. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kildare, Cory A. and Wendy Middlemiss
2017 “Impact of parents mobile device use on parent-child interaction: A literature review.” Computers in Human Behavior 751: 579–593. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Klushina, Natalia I., Anna V. Liulikova, Anastasia V. Nikolaeva, Larisa V. Selezneva, Elena Yu. Skorokhodova, and Irina A. Tortunova
2019 “Language use nowadays in Russian communication: Specifics and trends.” Language and Dialogue 9(3): 444–470. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Klötzl, Svitlana
2014 “«Maybe just things we grew up with»: Linguistic and cultural hybridity in ELF couple talk.” Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 3(1): 27–48. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Koerner, Ascan F.
2014 “Family communication.” In Interpersonal Communication, ed. by Chares R. Berger. 177–199. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Koerner, Ascan F. and Mary Anne Fitzpatrick
2002 “Understanding family communication patterns and family functioning: The roles of conversation orientation and conformity orientation.” Annals of the International Communication Association 26(1): 36–65. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2006 “Family communication patterns theory: A social cognitive approach.” In Engaging theories in family communication: Multiple perspectives, ed. by Dawn O. Braithwaite and Leslie A. Baxter. 50–65. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kruger, Justin, Nicolas Epley, Jason Parker, and Zhi-Wen Ng
2005 “Egocentrism over e-mail: Can we communicate as well as we think.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 89(6): 925–936. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Linell, Per
1995 “Troubles with mutualities: Towards a dialogical theory of misunderstanding and miscommunication.” In Mutualities in Dialogue, edited by Ivana Marková, Carl Graumann, and Klaus Foppa. 176–213. Cambridge: University Press 1995.Google Scholar
2010 “Communication activity types as organisations in discourse and discourses in organisations”. In Discourses in interaction, ed. by Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen, Marja-Liisa Helasvuo, Marjut Johansson, and Mia Raitaniemi. 33–59. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2015 “Mishearings are occasioned by contextual assumptions and situational affordances.” Language & Communication 401: 24–37. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Macagno, Fabrizio
2017 “Evidence and presumptions for analysing and detecting misunderstandings.” Pragmatics and Cognition 24(2): 263–296. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Mazarella, Diana and Nausicaa Pouscoulous
2020 “Pragmatics and epistemic vigilance: A developmental perspective.” Mind & Language, 1–22. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Mustajoki, Arto
2011 “Pochemu obshchenie na lingua franca udaetsia tak khorosho.” [Why interaction in a lingua franca is so successful]. In Iazyki sosedej: mosty ili bar’ery? [Languages of neighbours: bridges or obstacles?], ed. by Nikolai B. Vakhtin. 10–31. St. Petersburg: Izd. Evropeiskogo universiteta.Google Scholar
2013 “Risks of miscommunication in various speech genres.” In Understanding by Communication, ed. by Elena Borisova and Olga Souleimanova. 33–53. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Publ. [URL]
2017a “The issue of theorizing: Object-of-study and methodology.” In Language and dialogue: A handbook of key issues in the field, ed. by Edda Weigand. 234–250. New York: Routledge. [URL]
2017b “Why is miscommunication more common in everyday life than in lingua franca conversation?” In Current Issues in Intercultural Pragmatics (Pragmatics and Beyond New Series), ed. by Istvan Kecskes and Stavros Assimakopoulos. 55–74. Amsterdam/Philadephia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2020 “The democratization of Russian.” In The soft power of the Russian language: Pluricentricity, politics and policies, ed. by Arto Mustajoki, Ekaterina Protassova, and Maria Yelenevskaya. 21–34. London/New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
Mustajoki, Arto and Tatiana Sherstinova
2017 “The ‘Retrospective Commenting’ Method for longitudinal recordings of everyday speech.” In Speech and Computer. SPECOM 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 104581, ed. by Alexey Karpov, Rodmonga Potapova, Iosif Mporas. 1–9. Heidelberg: Springer.Google Scholar
Mustajoki, Arto, Tatiana Sherstinova, and Ulla Tuomarla
2018 “Types and functions of pseudodialogues.” In From Pragmatics to Dialogue, ed. by Edda Weigand and Istvan Kecskes. 189–215. Amsterdam / Philadephia: John John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Newman-Norlund, Sarah E., Matthijs L. Noordzij, Roger D. Newman-Norlund, Inge A. C. Volman, Jan Peter de Ruiter, Peter Hagoort, and Ivan Toni
2009 “Recipient design in tacit communication.” Cognition 111(1): 46–54. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Penderi, Efthymia and Galini Rekalidou
2016 “Young children’s views concerning distribution of clean-up duties in the classroom: Responsibility and self-interest.” European Early Childhood Education Research Journal 24(5): 734–747. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Peräkylä, Antti and Marja-Leena Sorjonen
(ed.) 2012Emotion in interaction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pickering, Martin J. and Chiare Gambi
2018 “Predicting while comprehending language: A theory and review”. Psychological Bulletin 144(10): 1002–1044. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pietikäinen, Kaisa S.
2016 “Misunderstandings and ensuring understanding in private ELF talk.” Applied Linguistics, 1–26. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2017English as a lingua franca in intercultural relationships : Interaction, identity, and multilingual practices of ELF couples.” University of Helsinki. [URL]
Pitts, Margaret Jane and Jake Harwood
2015 “Communication accommodation competence: The nature and nurture of accommodative resources across the lifespan.” Language and Communication 411: 89–99. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Protassova, Ekaterina and Maria D. Voeikova
2007 ”Diminutives in Russian at the early stages ofacquisition.” In The acquisition of diminutives: Across-linguistic perspective, ed. by Ineta Savickiene and Wolfgang U. Dressler. 43–73. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ringblom, Natalia and Sviatlana Karpava
2020 “Family language policy, Russian language use, maintenance, and transmission in Cyprus and Sweden.” In The soft power of the Russian language: Pluricentricity, politics and policies, ed. by Arto Mustajoki, Ekaterina Protassova, and Maria Yelenevskaya. 237–245. London, New York: Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ritter, Anna
2017 “What is a family language? Bilingual and/or monolingual speech in Russian-German immigrant families in Germany.” In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech, ed. by Elena Babatsouli. 244–250. Chania, Greece: Institute of Monolingual and Bilingual Speech. [URL]
Salavirta, Anna
2019“Lingvistichheskii kubik Rubika: Perekljuchenie koda v trëkhiazychnoj sem’e kak sposob kommunikatsii.” [Linguistic Rubik’s cube: code switching as a means of communication in a trilingual family]. In Slavica Helsingiensia 521, ed. by Ahti Nikunlassi and Ekaterina Protassova. 287–301. Helsinki: University of Helsinki. [URL]
Shintel, Hadas and Boaz Keysar
2009 “Less is more: a minimalist account of joint action in communication.” Topics in Cognitive Science 1(2): 260–273. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Sarangi, Srikant K. and Stefaan Slembrouck
1992 “Non-cooperation in communication: A reassessment of Gricean pragmatics.” Journal of Pragmatics 17(2): 117–154. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Schmid, Hans-Jörg
(ed.) 2012Cognitive Pragmatics. Berlin: De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Segrin, Chris and Jeanne Flora
2005Family communication. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associate.Google Scholar
Speer, Rebecca B., Howard Giles, and Amanda Denes
2013 “Investigating stepparent-stepchild interactions: The role of communication accommodation.” Journal of Family Communication 13(3): 218–241. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Soliz, Jordan and Kaitlin E. Phillips
2018 “Toward a more expansive understanding of family communication: Considerations for inclusion of ethnic-racial and global diversity.” Journal of Family communication 18 (1): 5–12. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Soliz, Jordan, Allison R. Thorson, and Christine E. Rittenour
2009 ”Communicative correlates of satisfaction, family identity, and group salience in multiracial/ethnic families.” Journal of Marriage and Family 71(4): 819–832. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Stalnaker, Robert C.
1978 “Assertion.” In Syntax and Semantics 9: Pragmatics, ed. by Peter Cole. 315–332. New York: Academic Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Taylor, Talbot J.
1992Mutual misunderstanding: Scepticism and the theorizing of language and interpretation. Durban, London: Duke University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Todd, Andrew R., Matthias Forstmann, Pascal Burgmer et al.
2015Anxious and egocentric: How specific emotions influence perspective taking.” Journal of Experimental Psychology, General 144(2): 374–391. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Todd, Andrew R., Karlene Hanko, Adam D. Galinsky, and Thomas Mussweiler
2011 “When focusing on differences leads to similar perspectives.” Psychological Science 22(1): 134–141. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Tzanne, Angeliki
2000Talking at cross-purposes: The dynamics of miscommunication. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
van Brakel, Jaap
2006 “De-essentialising across the board no need to speak the same language.” Rechtstheorie & Rechtspraktijk 351: 263–284.Google Scholar
van Mensel, Luk
2018 ”“Quiere koffie?” The multilingual familylect of transcultural families.” International Journal of Multilingualism 15(3): 233–248. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Vendler, Zeno
1994 “Understanding misunderstanding.” Language, mind, and art: Essays in appreciation and analysis in honor of Paul Ziff, ed. by Dale Jamieson. 9–21. Dordrecht: Kluwer. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Vepreva, Irina
2005“Kommunikativnye poraženiia na semejnom fronte.” [Communicative defeats on a family front]. In Sem’ia: meždu nasiliem and toleranatnost’iu [Family: between violence and tolerance], ed. by Maria A. Litovskaia and Olga V. Shaburova. 360–365. Ekaterinburg: Izd. Ural’skogo universiteta.Google Scholar
Verdonik, Darinka
2010 “Between understanding and misunderstanding.” Journal of Pragmatics 42(5): 1364–1379. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Weigand, Edda
1999 “Misunderstanding: The standard case.” Journal of Pragmatics 31(6): 763–785. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2004 “Emotions: The simple and the complex.” In Emotions in dialogic interaction, ed. by Edda Weigand. 3–31. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2011 “Paradigm changes in linguistics: from reductionism to holism.” Language Sciences 33(4): 544–549. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ylänne-McEwen, Virpi and Nicolas Coupland
2000 “Accommodation Theory: A conceptual resource for intercultural sociolinguistics.” In: Culturally Speaking: Managing Rapport Through Talk across Cultures, ed. by Helen Spencer-Oatey. 191–214. London/New York: Continuum.Google Scholar
Yus, Francisco
1999 “Misunderstandings and explicit/implicit communication.” Pragmatics 9(4): 487–517. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Zanadvorova, Anna
2001Finktsionirovanie russkogo iazyka v malykh sotsial’nykh gruppakh (rechevoe obshchenie v sem’e). [Functioning of the Russian language in small social groups (oral interaction in a family)]. PhD dissertation. Moscow.Google Scholar
Zhang, Yan Bing and Margaret Jane Pitts
2019 “Interpersonal accommodation.” In Language, Communication and Intergroup Relations, ed. by Jake Harwood, Jessica Gasiorek, Herbert Pierson, Jon F. NussBaum and Cindy Gallois. 192–216. New York/London: Routledge.Google Scholar