By Deborah Tannen
Those lectures handle a number of the points and implications of "conversational style." they appear on the dynamics of particular events, equivalent to the place of work and the school room, the place the position of conversational kind is of specific value. --From the publisher's direction description
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Communication Matters: That's not what I mean: The sociolinguistics of everyday conversation by Deborah Tannen