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Šarić, Ljiljana; Musolff, Andreas; Manz, Stefan and Hudabiunigg, Ingrid, eds. (2010). Contesting Europe's Eastern Rim:cultural identities in public discourse. Multilingual matters . Bristol: Multilingual matters.

Baxter, Judith A. (2010). Discourse-analytic approaches to text and talk. IN: Research Methods in Linguistics. Litosseliti, Lia (ed.) London: Continuum.

Copland, Fiona M. and Mann, Steve (2010). Dialogic talk in the post-observation conference; an investment for reflection. IN: Observation of Teaching: Bridging Theory and Practice through Research on Teaching. Park, Gloria; Widodo, Handoyo Puji and Cirocki, Andrzej (eds) LINCOM Studies in Second Language Teaching . Munchen (DE): Lincom.

Duffley, Patrick and Larrivée, Pierre (2010). Anyone for non-scalarity? English Language and Linguistics, 14 (1), pp. 1-17.

Garton, Sue and Copland, Fiona M. (2010). 'I like this interview; I get cakes and cats!':the effect of prior relationships on interview talk. Qualitative Research, 25 (3), pp. 533-551.

Gremler, Claudia (2010). Die Präsenz der Gefühle. Männlichkeit und Emotion in der Moderne. Manuel BORUTTA & Nina VERHEYEN (Eds), Transcript, 2010, ISBN 978-3-89942-9725, e29.80 (pbk), 334 pp. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 18 (3), pp. 409-411.

Kurtoglu-Hooton, Nur (2010). Post-observation feedback as an instigator of learning and change: exploring the effect of feedback through student teachers’ self-reports. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Larrivée, Pierre (2010). The pragmatic motifs of the Jespersen cycle: default, activation, and the history of negation in French. Lingua, 120 (9), pp. 2240-2258.

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