Temporal aspects of Japanese and Australian conversation
Recent years have seen a proliferation of cross-cultural studies in many areas, but the cross-cultural study of actual face-to-face interactions has been paid lip service only. Within the study of face-to-face interaction, conversations have received most attention. Although no proper framework is generally accepted, some features of conversations are by now quite well documented, at least for English-speaking persons. In any conversation, irrespective of its purpose, contents, length, outcome...[Show more]
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