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Articles

    1. R No Magic Tricks: Commodity, Empowerment, and the Sale of StreetWise in Chicago
      1. Kenneth McGill
    2. R The Politics of Names among Chinese Indonesians in Java
      1. Benjamin Bailey
        Sunny Lie
    3. R Boiling Down to the M-Word at the California Supreme Court
      1. Hadi Nicholas Deeb
    4. R Reality Television and the Metapragmatics of Racism
      1. Rebecca Pardo
    5. R Method in Anthropological Discourse Analysis: The Comparison of Units of Interaction
      1. Susan Philips

Book Reviews

    1. R The Blackwell Guide to Research Methods in Bilingualism and MultilingualismLi Wei & Melissa G. Moyer, eds. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2008. xvi + 399 pp..
      1. Kathe Managan
    2. R Linguistics at School: Language Awareness in Primary and Secondary EducationKristin Denham & Anne Lobeck[eds.] Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. xv + 311 pp..
      1. Deborah Cole
        Bryan Meadows
        Luz A. Murillo
    3. R We Are Our Language: An Ethnography of Language Revitalization in a Northern Athabaskan CommunityBarbara Meek. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 2010. xxvi + 202 pp..
      1. Margaret Bender
    4. R The Lettered Mountain: A Peruvian Village's Way with WritingFrank Salomon & Mercedes Niño-Murcia. Durham: Duke University Press, 2011.
      1. Benjamin Smith
    5. R House Signs and Collegiate Fun: Sex, Race, and Faith in a College TownChaise LaDousa. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011. 288pp..
      1. P. Kerim Friedman
    6. R "And he knew our language“: Missionary Linguistics on the Pacific Northwest CoastMarcus Tomalin. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2011. ix + 203 pp..
      1. Brigittine M. French
    7. R Embodied Interaction: Language and Body in the Material WorldStreeck Jürgen, Charles Goodwin & Curtis D. LeBaron(eds.). New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. xiii, 308 pp..
      1. Michael Lempert
    8. R Discipline and Debate: The Language of Violence in a Tibetan Buddhist MonasteryMichael Lempert. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press. 2012. xxii?+?216 pp..܈ö‚|èù‚|ÿÿÿÿåù‚| Ùç÷ƒ|ìݸÙ÷ƒ|xdÛçú‚|+û‚|´ÞˆÙ÷ƒ|àáèáìݨF²q»%‡L€Øó˜áÿÿÿÿ ÞäÜàF²qG²qH,ÚÚÕ“Ðw Øwpp¨ò0Ú—iÐwÐpppï’Ðw4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨Ýÿ>°!'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw HÀ{ô¨Ýu¦Òw ¨|ôyÞDÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†L<°! '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|€‚pá´ÞØÛ€èÛÃ|@|!ÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|H|!2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Urmila Nair