Deborah Tannen

Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
Sociolinguistics, pragmatics
"Deborah Tannen"
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Tannen D. (2010) Abduction and identity in family interaction: Ventriloquizing as indirectness Journal of Pragmatics. 42: 307-316
Schiffrin D, Tannen D, Hamilton HE. (2008) The Handbook of Discourse Analysis The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. 1-851
Tannen D. (2006) Intertextuality in interaction: Reframing family arguments in public and private Text and Talk. 26: 597-617
Tannen D. (2002) Agonism in academic discourse Journal of Pragmatics. 34: 1651-1669
Tannen D. (1996) Gender in Research on Language: Researching Gender-Related Patterns in Classroom Discourse Tesol Quarterly. 30: 341-344
Tannen D. (1994) Gender and conversational interaction Contemporary Sociology. 23: 597
Grimshaw AD, Anderson BRO, Asante MK, et al. (1991) Unawareness Without Ignorance: Unexploited Contributions to Sociology@@@Language and Power: Exploring Political Cultures in Indonesia.@@@Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication.@@@Investigating Obsolescence: Studies in Language Contraction and Death.@@@Conversational Organization and its Development.@@@The Dynamic Interlanguage: Empirical Studies in Second Language Variation.@@@Emics and Etics: The Insider/Outsider Debate.@@@The Interpretation of Dialogue.@@@The Dynamics of Dialogue.@@@Pronouns and People: The Linguistic Construction of Social and Personal Identity. Contemporary Sociology. 20: 843
Tannen D. (1990) Ordinary conversation and literary discourse: coherence and the poetics of repetition. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 583: 15-32
Tannen D. (1990) Gender Differences in Topical Coherence: Creating Involvement in Best Friends’ Talk Discourse Processes. 13: 73-90
Tannen D, Friedrich P. (1989) The Language Parallax: Linguistic Relativism and Poetic Indeterminacy Language. 65: 169
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