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Johnstone, Barbara
2005.  In The Handbook of Discourse Analysis,  pp. 635 ff. Crossref logo
Johnstone, Barbara
2016. ‘Oral versions of personal experience’: Labovian narrative analysis and its uptake. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20:4  pp. 542 ff. Crossref logo
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2019. Collaborative Remembering in Conversational Narration. Topics in Cognitive Science 11:4  pp. 733 ff. Crossref logo

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