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    1. R Organizing Social and Spatial Location: Elicitations in Indo-Guyanese Village Talk
      1. Jack Sidnell
    2. R Culture Influencing Language: Plurals of Hopi Kin Terms in Comparative Uto-Aztecan Perspective
      1. Jane H. Hill
        Kenneth C. Hill
    3. R Color Terms and Color Term Acquisition in Damara
      1. Ian R. L. Davies
        Penny Roling
        Greville G. Corbett
        Fritz Xoagub
        Jomo Xoagub


    1. R Salience Counts—And So Does Accuracy: Correcting and Updating a Measure for Free-List-Item Salience
      1. J. Jerome Smith
        Stephen P. Borgatti


    1. R A Dialogue on Dialogue
      1. Bradd Shore
    2. R Cross-Talk
      1. Bruce Mannheim
    3. R Dialogue and Dialogic
      1. Dennis Tedlock

Book Reviews

    1. R Languages. Ives Goddard, ed. Handbook of North American Indians, 17.
      1. David J. Costa
    2. R The Navajo Progressive in Discourse: A Study in Temporal Semantics.
      1. Chad L. Thompson
    3. R Do You See What I Mean: Plains Indians Sign Talk and the Embodiment of Action.
      1. Elizabeth Keating
    4. R Performing Dreams: Discourses of Immortality among the Xavante of Central Brazil.; The Rulings of the Night: An Ethnography of Nepalese Shaman Oral Texts.; Metaphysical Community: The Interplay of the Senses and the Intellect.
      1. Jonathan D. Hill
    5. R Creating Context in Andean Cultures.
      1. Peter Wogan
    6. R Crosswords: Language, Education and Ethnicity in French Ontario.; Chtimi: The Urban Vernaculars of Northern France.; A Reader in French Sociolinguistics.
      1. Janet Morford
    7. R The Literary Mind.
      1. Claudia Strauss
    8. R One Speaker, Two Languages: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Code-Switching.
      1. Melissa G. Moyer
    9. R The Translator as Communicator.
      1. Susan Berk-Seligson
    10. R Bilingual Women: Anthropological Approaches to Second Language Use.; Gender Articulated: Language and the Socially Constructed Self.; Feminist Stylistics.
      1. Rudolf P. Gaudio
    11. R Disorderly Discourse: Narrative, Conflict, and Inequality.
      1. Richard J. Parmentier
    12. R Linguistic Culture and Language Policy.
      1. Leila Monaghan

Book Notes

    1. R "We Two Know the Script; We Have Become Good Friends": Linguistic and Social Aspects of the Women's Script Literacy in Southern Hunan, China.
    2. R Strange Writing: Anomaly Accounts in Early Medieval China.
    3. R Narrating Our Past: The Social Construction of Oral History

Book Notices

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