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A field test of equivocation theory: Apologies by Canadian churches to indigenous people
Unformatted Document Text:  25 References Anglican Church of Canada, The. (1993). http://www.anglican.ca/acip/apology.html. Alter, S. (1999). Apologizing for serious wrongdoing: Social, psychological and legal considerations. Final Report for the Law Commission of Canada (May 1999). Austin, J. L. (1962). How to do things with words. New York: Oxford University Press. Bavelas, J. B., Black, A., Chovil, N., & Mullett, J. (1990). Equivocal communication. Newbury Park: Sage. Bavelas, J. B. (1998). Theoretical and methodological principles of the equivocation project. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17, 183-199. Bavelas, J. B., Black, A., Bryson, L., & Mullett, J. (1988). Political equivocation: A situational explanation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 7, 137-145. Bavelas, J. B., & Smith, B. J. (1982). A method for scaling verbal disqualification. Human Communication Research, 8, 214-227. Bull, P. (1998). Equivocation theory and news interviews. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17, 36-51. Catholic Church of Canada, The (National Meeting) (1991): http://www.cccb.ca/html_commissions/html_missions/recent_statements_e.htm. Coulmas, F. (1981). “Poison to your soul.” Thanks and apologies contrastively viewed. In F. Coulmas (Ed.), Conversational routine: Explorations in standardized communication situations and pre-patterned speech. The Hague: Mouton. Donohoe, W. A. (1998). Managing equivocality and relational paradox in the Oslo Peace negotiations. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17,72-96. Galasinski, D. (1998). Strategies of talking to each other: Rule breaking in Polish presidential debates. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17, 165-182. Kess, J. F. (1991). Psycholinguistics. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Oblate Order, Catholic Church of Canada, (1991): http://www.cccb.ca/html_commissions/html_missions/recent_statements_e.htm. Presbyterian Church in Canada (1994): http://www.presbycan.ca/residentialschools/confession.html.

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Anglican Church of Canada, The. (1993). http://www.anglican.ca/acip/apology.html.

Alter, S. (1999). Apologizing for serious wrongdoing: Social, psychological and legal
considerations. Final Report for the Law Commission of Canada (May 1999).

Austin, J. L. (1962). How to do things with words. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bavelas, J. B., Black, A., Chovil, N., & Mullett, J. (1990). Equivocal communication.
Newbury Park: Sage.

Bavelas, J. B. (1998). Theoretical and methodological principles of the equivocation
project. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17, 183-199.

Bavelas, J. B., Black, A., Bryson, L., & Mullett, J. (1988). Political equivocation: A
situational explanation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 7, 137-145.

Bavelas, J. B., & Smith, B. J. (1982). A method for scaling verbal disqualification.
Human Communication Research, 8, 214-227.

Bull, P. (1998). Equivocation theory and news interviews. Journal of Language and
Social Psychology, 17, 36-51.

Catholic Church of Canada, The (National Meeting) (1991):
http://www.cccb.ca/html_commissions/html_missions/recent_statements_e.htm.

Coulmas, F. (1981). “Poison to your soul.” Thanks and apologies contrastively viewed.
In F. Coulmas (Ed.), Conversational routine: Explorations in standardized
communication situations and pre-patterned speech. The Hague: Mouton.

Donohoe, W. A. (1998). Managing equivocality and relational paradox in the Oslo
Peace negotiations. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17,72-96.

Galasinski, D. (1998). Strategies of talking to each other: Rule breaking in Polish
presidential debates. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17, 165-182.

Kess, J. F. (1991). Psycholinguistics. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Oblate Order, Catholic Church of Canada, (1991):
http://www.cccb.ca/html_commissions/html_missions/recent_statements_e.htm.

Presbyterian Church in Canada (1994):
http://www.presbycan.ca/residentialschools/confession.html.


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