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This quantity offers an outline of present study priorities within the research of face-to-face-interaction in Slavic conversing language groups. The center of this quantity levels from discourse research within the culture of interactional linguistics and dialog research to more recent equipment of politeness examine. another box contains empirical and interpretive equipment of recent sociolinguistics and statistical research of spoken language in informal and institutional talks. numerous papers concentrate on a semantic or syntactic research of talk-in-interaction via attempting to express how interlocutors use sure lexical, grammatical, syntactic and multimodal or prosodic capacity for the administration of interplay in acting particular activities, genres and exhibiting negotiations of epistemic, evidential or evaluative stances. the amount is rounded out through contributions to the speculation of politeness the place techniques of face-work in informal in addition to institutional discourse are analyzed, or within which social initiatives entertained by way of code-switching and language alternation in the interplay of bilinguals are mentioned.
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