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LANGUAGE IN CONTEXT I
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accent accommodation acquisition analysis argued attributions attuning bilingual Bourhis Bradac Catalan Chapter code switching cognitive communication breakdown competence complex context convergence Coupland cues cultural dialect dimensions discourse discussed distinctive divergence dominant group effects elderly encounters English English Canadian ethnic group ethnolinguistic evaluations example factors favourably Figure French Canadians function Giles Gudykunst Gujarati Hispanic Howard Giles identified important individuals ingroup instance integration interaction intercultural interethnic intergroup communication interpersonal interviewer language and social language attitudes language behaviours learning linguistic listeners mediating Mexican American miscommunication motivation Multilingual non-standard non-verbal norms orientation outcomes outgroup participants patterns perceived perceptions perspective positive predict processes relationships role second language second language acquisition settings shifts social identity social psychology social support sociolinguistic sociopsychological solidarity speakers speech style standard status stereotypes strategies suggested theoretical theory tion tradition valued variables verbal vitality Welsh Wiemann