Commentary: Frames and contexts. Another look at the macro-micro link

Jenny Cook-Gumperz and John J. Gumperz

Abstract

One of the main challenges resulting from the past two decades of shift toward detailed micro-analytic studies of language and interaction has been the awareness of a need to relate microanalysis to wider social-cultural aspects of interactional situations.

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