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    1. R Genre, Intertextuality, and Social Power
      1. Charles L. Briggs
        Richard Bauman


    1. R The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis: A Preliminary History and a Bibliographical Essay
      1. E. F. Konrad Koerner
    2. R Superordinate Category Terms and Mass-Count Noun Status
      1. Yuki Takatori
        Paula J. Schwanenflugel


    1. R Comments on Lipski's Review of Double Talk
      1. Susan Gal

Book Reviews

    1. R Sociolinguistics of Language: Introduction to Sociolinguistics, Volume II
      1. Arthur K. Spears
    2. R Codeswitching: Anthropological and Sociolinguistic Perspectives
      1. Judith T. Irvine
    3. R Language Selection and Switching in Strasbourg
      1. Jacqueline Lindenfeld
    4. R Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Bilingual Education
      1. Susan Florio-Ruane
    5. R The Development of Second Language Proficiency
      1. David Smith
    6. R Understanding Face-to-Face Interaction: Issues Linking Goals and Discourse
      1. Karen A. Larson
    7. R Talk and Social Structure: Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
      1. Allan Grimshaw
    8. R Semiotics in the United States
      1. Myrdene Anderson
    9. R Acts of Meaning
      1. Salikoko S. Mufwene
    10. R Rules Versus Relationships: The Ethnography of Legal Discourse and Getting Justice and Getting Even: Legal Consciousness Among Working-Class Americans
      1. Andrew Arno
    11. R The Bilingual Courtroom: Court Interpreters in the Judicial Process
      1. Kathryn Woolard
    12. R Investigating Obsolescence: Studies in Language Contraction and Death
      1. Wick Miller
    13. R North American Contributions to the History of Linguistics
      1. Stephen O. Murray
    14. R First Person Singular II: Autobiographies by North American Scholars in the Language Sciences
      1. Regna Darnell
    15. R Linguistic Studies Presented to John L. Finlay
      1. John Crawford
    16. R A Discourse-Centered Approach to Culture: Native South American Myths and Rituals
      1. Jonathan Hill
    17. R The Language of the Inka since the European Invasion
      1. Jill Brody
    18. R Relevance Relations in Discourse: A Study with Special Reference to Sissala
      1. Tina Bennett-Kastor
    19. R Saying Isn't Believing: Conversation, Narrative and the Discourse of Belief in a French Newfoundland Community
      1. Michèle D. Dominy
    20. R Variation in German: A Critical Approach to German Sociolinguistics
      1. Susan Gal
    21. R Rhetorics and Politics in Afghan Traditional Storytelling
      1. Audrey C. Shalinsky
    22. R Brain Maturation and Cognitive Development: Comparative and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
      1. Lee X. Blonder
    23. R Typology and Universals
      1. Carol Genetti
    24. R Language in its Cultural Embedding: Explorations in the Relativity of Signs and Sign Systems
      1. Richard J. Parmentier

Book Notes and Notices

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