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Browse Dept. of Linguistics by Author "Kenkel, James Michael"

  • Kenkel, James Michael (1991)
    The contrastive rhetoric hypothesis (Kaplan, 1966) predicts that language users across cultures will vary in the means they use to construct coherent discourse. The problem for contrastive rhetoric research is to develop ...

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