Culturally Patterned Speaking Practices - The Analysis of Communicative Genres

@inproceedings{Gnthner1995CulturallyPS,
  title={Culturally Patterned Speaking Practices - The Analysis of Communicative Genres},
  author={Susanne G{\"u}nthner and Hubert Knoblauch},
  year={1995}
}
In the last few years studies within the Sociology of Language and Communication2 as well as within Anthropological Linguistics3 have repeatedly addressed the issue of communicative genres. Various empirical investigations on genres demonstrated that this concept proves to be a useful analytical tool with respect to the description of communicative patterns in everyday interactions. On the basis of a broad review of this re5earch, the present article aims at outlining the sociological approach… CONTINUE READING

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