Studies in Language and Social Interaction

<em>Studies in Language and Social Interaction </em>is a series which continues the tradition of <em><a href="09288929">Studies in Discourse and Grammar</a></em>, but with a new focus. It aims to provide a forum for research on grammar, understood broadly, in its natural home environment, spoken interaction. The assumption underlying the series is that the study of language as it is actually used in social interaction provides the foundation for understanding how the patterns and regularities we think of as grammar emerge from everyday communicative needs. The editors welcome language-related research from a range of different methodological traditions, including conversation analysis, interactional linguistics, and discourse-functional linguistics.

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