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Is Professor of Language and Social Psychology at Loughborough University, where he is a member of the Discourse and Rhetoric Group. His research interests are in conversation analysis.
Has a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Pavia (Italy). She wrote her dissertation within the framework of interactional linguistics, working on reformulations in naturally occurring interactions among first- and second-language speakers of Italian. She is also interested in SLA and migration sociolinguistics.
Has an M.A. in English, Phonetics, and Italian. She is currently a Teacher of Danish as a Second Language at AOFSYD Sprogskole Tønder, and a Ph.D. student at Aarhus University, Denmark. Her thesis work is on prosodic resources in conversations between native and non-native speakers of Danish, with a special focus on repeats and their interactional meaning.
Is a professor of Language and Communication at the University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, where he heads the International Graduate School in Language and Communication. Much of his research concerns talk and interactions between second-language speakers in workplaces, in the public and private sphere.
Published Online: 2008-03-11
Published in Print: 2008-01-01