Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction

Kern F (2002)
In: Rethinking Sequentiality. Fetzer A, Meyerkord C (Eds);Amsterdam: Benjamins: 207-229.

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Kern F. Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction. In: Fetzer A, Meyerkord C, eds. Rethinking Sequentiality. Amsterdam: Benjamins; 2002: 207-229.
Kern, F. (2002). Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction. In A. Fetzer & C. Meyerkord (Eds.), Rethinking Sequentiality (pp. 207-229). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Kern, F. (2002). “Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction” in Rethinking Sequentiality, ed. A. Fetzer and C. Meyerkord (Amsterdam: Benjamins), 207-229.
Kern, F., 2002. Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction. In A. Fetzer & C. Meyerkord, eds. Rethinking Sequentiality. Amsterdam: Benjamins, pp. 207-229.
F. Kern, “Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction”, Rethinking Sequentiality, A. Fetzer and C. Meyerkord, eds., Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2002, pp.207-229.
Kern, F.: Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction. In: Fetzer, A. and Meyerkord, C. (eds.) Rethinking Sequentiality. p. 207-229. Benjamins, Amsterdam (2002).
Kern, Friederike. “Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organization and global structures in talk-in-interaction”. Rethinking Sequentiality. Ed. Anita Fetzer and Christiane Meyerkord. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2002. 207-229.
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