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An investigation of genre and grammatical positioning in an online community
by Oldham, Carolyn Ann, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 140 pages; 1490323.
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Pragmatic development of L2 Spanish proposals in planning talk
by Rose, Marda C., Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2013: 306 pages; 3599236.
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Establishing context for referents in online chatroom conversations
by Brookman, Deidre, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2009: 83 pages; 1472310.
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Khmer voices: The preservation of a heritage language
by Kol, Thyda, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 82 pages; 1523211.
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Novice Behavior in a Makerspace: Pragmatic Pathways to Shaping CS Identity
by Davis, Don Gibbs, Ph.D.  The University of Texas at San Antonio. 2017: 291 pages; 10277785.
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Turn-taking and affirmative cue words in task-oriented dialogue
by Gravano, Agustin, Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2009: 201 pages; 3373712.
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Analyzing musical interaction in jazz improvisations of the 1960s
by Michaelsen, Garrett, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2013: 283 pages; 3599217.
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Phonology and Grammar Sketch of Yoy
by Phakkahn, Naiyapak, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2017: 137 pages; 10638626.
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Lived narratives, everyday trauma, and the aftermath of the Bosnian war: Human rights as living practice
by Richards, Jessie Woolley, Ph.D.  The University of Utah. 2016: 215 pages; 10163084.
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The Enregisterment of Dialects in Japanese YouTube Comments: A Comparative Analysis
by Rodriguez, Gabriel R., M.A.  Georgetown University. 2018: 110 pages; 10788816.
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Green style: Discourses of sustainability among fashion industry professionals
by Begey, Melissa J., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 120 pages; 10196390.
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Second language sentence processing: Is it fundamentally different?
by Rodriguez, Guillermo A., Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2008: 185 pages; 3349269.
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Ándale, apágale. Órale!: La (socio)pragmática de la construcción le en el español mexicano
by Mejia-Gómez, Magdalena, Ph.D.  The Ohio State University. 2008: 218 pages; 10631176.
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Found in Space: A Cross-linguistic Analysis of Second Language Learners in English Map Task Performance
by Metheny, Susan Kathleen, Ph.D.  The University of New Mexico. 2019: 282 pages; 13904089.
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A game -theoretic model of grounding for referential communication tasks
by Thompson, William, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2009: 174 pages; 3386515.
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The Expression of Identifiability and Accessibility in Adult German Language Learners
by Petrulio, Kyle A., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 167 pages; 10751994.
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Nerdy women to jest and to swear: An ethnographic study of group hierarchy and humor
by DeLea, Daniella Rachel, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 197 pages; 1511346.
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Exploring face -to -face and online classroom discourse: A case study of social roles as performed in a college course
by Brooks, Catherine Francis, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2008: 232 pages; 3319357.
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On the wind, on the edge: Towards orthographic and ideological clarification of San Juan Southern Paiute
by Gratreaks, Rodney R., Jr., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 229 pages; 1507649.
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The reshaped mind: Searle, the biblical writers, and their beliefs about the effects of Christ's blood
by Williams-Tinajero, Lace Marie, Ph.D.  Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology. 2008: 228 pages; 3308927.
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The limits of linguistic variation: Stylistic diversity in Singapore English
by Lim, Laureen Tsu Chiann, Ph.D.  New York University. 2010: 335 pages; 3408349.
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What we don't learn in the classroom: The acquisition of sociolinguistic competence during study abroad
by Kennedy, Kristen M., Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2012: 226 pages; 3555343.
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Why we teach “ESL” Writing: A Socio-Historic Discussion of an Undergraduate ESL Program
by Leonard, Duane Eric Paul, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2011: 352 pages; 3474416.
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A neurocognitive investigation of bilingual advantages at additional language learning
by Grey, Sarah Elizabeth, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2013: 237 pages; 3590106.
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