The discursive emergence of the cultural actor: Commentary on He, Kang, and Lo

Bonnie Urciuoli

Abstract

This commentary compares and discusses the ways that discourse analyses by He, Kang and Lo, this volume, demonstrate the indexical, contingent, complex and ongoing nature of cultural process, manifest at the micro-level of ordinary interaction.

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