Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk

Gibbon D (1981)
Language in Society 10(1): 21-42.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
The linguistic domain of idiomaticity poses many problems for the study of language form, use, and variation. With selected aspects of idiomaticity as a starting point, I will attempt in this paper to develop a description of the use of idioms as a segment of a more general theory of language use. Evidence for this approach is drawn from international amateur radio talk (IART) in English.
Erscheinungsjahr
1981
Zeitschriftentitel
Language in Society
Band
10
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
21-42
ISSN
0047-4045
eISSN
1469-8013
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955669

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Gibbon D. Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk. Language in Society. 1981;10(1):21-42.
Gibbon, D. (1981). Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk. Language in Society, 10(1), 21-42. https://doi.org/10.1017/S004740450000840X
Gibbon, D. (1981). Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk. Language in Society 10, 21-42.
Gibbon, D., 1981. Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk. Language in Society, 10(1), p 21-42.
D. Gibbon, “Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk”, Language in Society, vol. 10, 1981, pp. 21-42.
Gibbon, D.: Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk. Language in Society. 10, 21-42 (1981).
Gibbon, Dafydd. “Idiomaticity and functional variation: A case study of international amateur radio talk”. Language in Society 10.1 (1981): 21-42.

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