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Fetzer, Anita
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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
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Matoesian, Gregory
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Santulli, Francesca & Chiara Degano
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