Code-switching in newly formed multinational project teams : challenges, strategies and effects

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Vigier, Mary; Spencer-Oatey, Helen;
(2017)

Based on an ethnographic-like case study comprising observations and interviews with members of three newly formed multinational project teams, our study explores the micro-processes of interactional teamwork and captures how the three teams develop strategies for manag... View more
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