Sabine Kowal

Sabine Kowal

is author of the following articles:

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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 2009. “Transcription systems for spoken discourse”. In The Pragmatics of Interaction, 240–254
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O’Connell, Daniel C., Sabine Kowal and Scott P. King. 2007. “Interjections in literary readings and artistic performance”. Pragmatics  17:3, 417–438
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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 2006. “Laughter in the film The third man. Pragmatics  16:2/3, 305–327
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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 2005. “Laughter in Bill Clinton’s My life (2004) interviews”. Pragmatics  15:2/3, 275–299
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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 2004. “Hillary Clinton’s laughter in media interviews”. Pragmatics  14:4, 463–478
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Alber, Jennifer, Daniel C. O’Connell and Sabine Kowal. 2002. “Personal perspective in TV news interviews”. Pragmatics  12:3, 257–271
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Spinos, Anna-Marie R., Daniel C. O’Connell and Sabine Kowal. 2002. “An empirical investigation of pause notation”. Pragmatics  12:1, 1–9
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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 2000. “Are transcripts reproducible?”. Pragmatics  10:2, 247–269
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Kowal, Sabine and Daniel C. O’Connell. 1997. “Theoretical ideals and their violation”. Pragmatics  7:3, 309–323
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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 1995. “Transcription systems for spoken discourse”. In Handbook of Pragmatics: Manual, 646–656
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O’Connell, Daniel C. and Sabine Kowal. 1994. “Some current transcription systems for spoken discourse: A critical analysis”. Pragmatics  4:1, 81–107