TABLE OF CONTENTS
me a big 'un": Fish Tales and Southern Male Discourse.
One Lexicon or Two: A Case Study of Two Bilingual Infants.
Hooked on Ebonics: Cross-racial language use and linguistic
Poetic Structuring of Chatino Narratives: The Pear Story Revisited.
Less is More: An Analysis of Conversational Power.
The multifunctionality of HL*H intonation contours in televised
Ideology and Practice in Japanese Honorific Use.
ANO(O) is more than "um": Interactional functions
of ANO(O) in Japanese conversation.
Retention of Norms for Language Use in an Indigenous Community
Undergoing Language Shift: A Look at Interaction in a Navajo Preschool.
Early Adopters of Language Change in Small Towns.
Conversational Repair in the Co-Construction of Gendered
Discourse: Donahue and the Creation of a Feminized Discursive Space.
Reading, Writing and Romance: Literacy, Love Letters, and
Agency in a Nepali Village.
The Discursive Functions of Rhetorical Questions in American
Defamiliarizing Japanese women's language: discourse positionality,
and the critique of linguistic ideology.
Exposing the ideology governing linguistic prescription
in modern Israeli Hebrew.
We Are Just Like Doctors, We Heal Sick Hair: Professional
and Cultural Discourses of Hair and Identity in a Black Hair Care Seminar.
"Exchanging Lies: Divining Intention in Marketplace
Joan and Pamela Innes.
An Investigation of Linguistic Diversity
in Comanche Pre-School Children.
The performance of specialized literacy in a Salish Language.
"It Hurts Only When I Laugh:" A Study of the
Functions of Laughter in Everyday Conversation.
Gender, social class and supra-local norms: dialect levelling
as language change.
Narrating Lives in the Balance.
Co-Constructing Gender and Status in the Talk of White
Middle-Class Second Graders.
Metapragmatic Frames and Spatial Orientation in an Indo-Guyanese
Village: a developmental perspective.
Where do 'cultural concepts' come from? An 'analogical'
homage to Benjamin Lee Whorf (1897-1941).
The Burning Old Woman: Zoque Explanations of the Eruption
of Volcan Chichonal.
Strategically splitting the self: constructions of responsibility
in talk about immigration.
On Lamenting Death and the Death (?) of Lament.