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Turn-Taking, Fingerspelling, and Contact in Signed Languages

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Larrue, J., and A. Trognon. 1993. Organization of turn-taking and mechanisms for turn-taking repair in a chaired meeting. Journal of Pragmatics 19(2):177–96.

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Wiener, M., and S. Devoe. 1974. Regulators, channels, and communication disruption. Research proposal, Clark University, Worcester, Mass.


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