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Aijón Oliva, Miguel A.
2022. On the meanings and functions of grammatical choice. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)  pp. 573 ff. DOI logo
Assouline, Dalit
2010. The Emergence of Two First-Person Plural Pronouns in Haredi Jerusalemite Yiddish. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 22:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Bateman, Amanda
2014. Children’s use of Englishwein a primary school in Wales. In Constructing Collectivity [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 239],  pp. 227 ff. DOI logo
Bisiada, Mario
2023. The discursive construction of a new reality in Olaf Scholz’s Zeitenwende speech. Critical Discourse Studies  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Boer, Lianne J. M.
2021. International Law As We Know It, DOI logo
Chaemsaithong, Krisda & Yoonjeong Kim
2021. “Let’s kill him”: self-reference pronouns and speaking roles in capital trials. Social Semiotics 31:4  pp. 585 ff. DOI logo
Chaleila, Wisam & Carol Colatrella
2019. The collapse of the American upper-class collective identity: Capitalism and thenouveaux richesin Edith Wharton’sThe House of Mirth. Cogent Arts & Humanities 6:1  pp. 1594515 ff. DOI logo
Dori-Hacohen, Gonen
Duszak, Anna
Formato, Federica
2019. Women in the Public Sphere: Gendered Language. In Gender, Discourse and Ideology in Italian,  pp. 135 ff. DOI logo
Gasaway Hill, Mary Lynne
2018. Exploring the Protest Language of Songs: We Shall Overcome and 99 Luftballons/99 Red Balloons. In The Language of Protest,  pp. 121 ff. DOI logo
Gonja, Chika & Talaibek Musaev
2024. ‘We’ in English language textbooks for Japanese high school students. World Englishes DOI logo
Günthner, Susanne
2021. WIR im interaktionalen Gebrauch: Zur Verwendung des Pronomens der 1. Person Plural in der institutionellen Kommunikation – am Beispiel onkologischer Aufklärungsgespräche. Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 49:2  pp. 292 ff. DOI logo
Han, Yanmei & Tao Xiong
2022. Using wǒmen (we) to mean s/he in Chinese parents’ interaction. Pragmatics and Society 13:1  pp. 126 ff. DOI logo
Kleinke, Sonja & Birte Bös
Kranert, Michael
2017. ‘Today I offer you, and we offer the country a new vision’: The strategic use of first person pronouns in party conference speeches of the Third Way. Discourse & Society 28:2  pp. 182 ff. DOI logo
Kłosińska, Urszula & Magdalena Leszko
2023. Family relationships as a source of narrative identity of people with advanced dementia. BMC Geriatrics 23:1 DOI logo
LaCasse, Dora
2019. The persistence of expression: Clusivity, partial co-reference, and socioeconomic differentiation of first person plural subject pronoun expression in Spanish. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 12:1  pp. 65 ff. DOI logo
Laurens, Stéphane & Mickael Ballot
2021. “We must continue.” The strange appearance of “we” instead of “you” in the prods of the Milgram experiment. Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology 5:4  pp. 556 ff. DOI logo
Lei, Lei
2022. Exploring ecological identity from the perspective of systemic functional linguistics. Journal of World Languages 7:3  pp. 487 ff. DOI logo
Mitchell, Philip & James Stewart
2017. Who are We?. Journalism Practice 11:4  pp. 417 ff. DOI logo
Pavlidou, Theodossia-Soula
2014. Replying with the freestanding ‘we’ 
in Greek conversations. In Constructing Collectivity [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 239],  pp. 159 ff. DOI logo
Pavlidou, Theodossia-Soula
2014. Constructing collectivity with ‘we’: An introduction. In Constructing Collectivity [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 239],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Rodríguez García, Óscar Javier
2023. Desubjetivación del discurso escrito y gestión de referentes en las formas de la primera persona del plural en español. Moenia DOI logo
Scheibman, Joanne
Siewierska, Anna
2004. Person, DOI logo
Simões Marques, Isabelle & Michèle Koven
2017. “We are going to our Portuguese homeland!”. Narrative Inquiry 27:2  pp. 286 ff. DOI logo
Simões Marques, Isabelle & Michèle Koven
2019. “We are going to our Portuguese homeland!”. In Storytelling in the Digital World [Benjamins Current Topics, 104],  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Temmerman, Martina & Raymond Harder
2021. Different Shades of Hate: The Grey Zone between Offensive and Discriminatory Language in the Social Media Accounts of Flemish Politicians. In Discourse and Conflict,  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Uzum, Baburhan, Bedrettin Yazan & Ali Fuad Selvi
2018. Inclusive and exclusive uses of we in four American textbooks for multicultural teacher education. Language Teaching Research 22:5  pp. 625 ff. DOI logo
UȚĂ BĂRBULESCU, OANA & MELANIA ROIBU
2023. Câteva observații despre... noi. Clusivitatea în limba română. Studii și cercetări lingvistice 2023:2  pp. 306 ff. DOI logo
Valle, Marc Esteve Del, Alicia Wanless-Berk, Anatoliy Gruzd & Philip Mai
2018. Chapter 8 I Click, Therefore I Am: Predicting Clicktivist-Like Actions on Candidates’ Facebook Posts During the 2016 US Primary Election. In Networks, Hacking, and Media – CITA MS at 30: Now and Then and Tomorrow [Studies in Media and Communications, 17],  pp. 137 ff. DOI logo
Van Swol, Lyn M. & Aimée A. Kane
2019. Language and Group Processes: An Integrative, Interdisciplinary Review. Small Group Research 50:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Vertommen, Bram
2022. The strategic value of pronominal choice. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)  pp. 361 ff. DOI logo
Wai, Brian Lap-ming & Foong Ha Yap
2018. Inclusivity and exclusivity in the use of Cantonese ngo5dei6 (‘we’) in evasive replies in Hong Kong political discourse. Discourse & Society 29:6  pp. 691 ff. DOI logo
Zhu, Xun & Rachel A. Smith
2021. Standing out while fitting in: Examining linguistic choices by boundary spanners. Communication Monographs 88:4  pp. 418 ff. DOI logo
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2004. The typology of person forms. In Person,  pp. 16 ff. DOI logo
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2004. Person forms in a diachronic perspective. In Person,  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
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2004. Person agreement. In Person,  pp. 120 ff. DOI logo
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2004. Person forms and social deixis. In Person,  pp. 214 ff. DOI logo
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2004. Genetic classification of languages cited in the text. In Person,  pp. 284 ff. DOI logo
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2004. Preface. In Person,  pp. xv ff. DOI logo
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2004. The function of person forms. In Person,  pp. 173 ff. DOI logo
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2004. List of languages in the sample by macro-area. In Person,  pp. 282 ff. DOI logo
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2004. Introduction. In Person,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2004. References. In Person,  pp. 296 ff. DOI logo
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2004. The structure of person paradigms. In Person,  pp. 75 ff. DOI logo

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