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Publication Date: 1994
Repetition in Discourse: A Dialogue METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES Repetition in Situated Discourse- Exploring Its Forms and Functions Transcription, Representation, and Translation: Repetition and Performance in Kuna Discourse REPETITION IN LITERARY DISCOURSE: ECHOES ACROSS TEXTS AND WITHIN Staging Repetition: Parody in Postmodern British and American Theatre Effects of Repetition in the French New Novel Repetition and Point of View in Represented Speech and Thought Repetition and Failed Conversation in the Theater of the Absurd Lexical Parallelism in the Nonfiction of Joan Didion Repetition and Text-Building in Classical Thai Poetry Education by the Use of Ghosts: Strategies of Repetition in Effi Briest REPETITION AND LEARNING: COOPERATION, COHESION, COGNITION Repetition in Language Development: From Interaction to Cohesion Repetition in Second Language Acquisition Repetition and Relevance: Self-Repetition as a Strategy for Initiation Cooperation in Non-native Native Speaker Conversations Repetition in Instructional Discourse: A Means for Joint Cognition Grammaticalization and Discourse Functions of Repetition Affirming the Past and Confirming Humanness: Repetition in the Discourse of Elderly Adults Author Index Subject IndexBarbara Johnstone is the author of 'Repetition in Discourse: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Volume 1 (Human/Computer Interaction)', published 1994 under ISBN 9780893919313 and ISBN 0893919314.
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