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Ethnolinguistic study of classroom discourse [microform] : final report to the National Institute of Education / Dell. H. Hymes
Bib ID 3866676
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Hymes, Dell H
 
Description [Philadelphia, Pa.] : University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education, [1982] 
127 leaves ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.

"April 10, 1982."

Sponsored by the National Institute of Education under grant no. NIE-G-78-0083.

Stamped on cover: ED217710.

Bibliography: leaves 117-125.

Subjects Discourse analysis.  |  Sociolinguistics.  |  Linguistics -- Research.
Other authors/contributors National Institute of Education (U.S.)  |  University of Pennsylvania. Graduate School of Education
Govt. Doc. Number ED 1.310/2:217710 

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