Native and non-native speaker identities in interaction : trajectories of power

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Liddicoat, Anthony;

In intercultural interactions in which native speakers communicate with non-native speakers there is potential for asymmetries of power to shape how interaction occurs. These inequalities are not simply the result of a difference in command of the language between inter... View more
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