Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency

Kern F (2007)
Journal of Pragmatics 39(1): 111-133.

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Kern F. Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency. Journal of Pragmatics. 2007;39(1):111-133.
Kern, F. (2007). Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency. Journal of Pragmatics, 39(1), 111-133. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2005.01.017
Kern, F. (2007). Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency. Journal of Pragmatics 39, 111-133.
Kern, F., 2007. Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency. Journal of Pragmatics, 39(1), p 111-133.
F. Kern, “Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency”, Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 39, 2007, pp. 111-133.
Kern, F.: Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency. Journal of Pragmatics. 39, 111-133 (2007).
Kern, Friederike. “Prosody as a resource in children's game explanations: Some aspects of turn construction and recipiency”. Journal of Pragmatics 39.1 (2007): 111-133.
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