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'Put the Cheetos Down': Camouflaging the Institutionality of an Interaction
Unformatted Document Text:  25 References Arminen, I. (2000). On the context sensitivity of institutional interaction. Discourse and Society, 11, 435-458). Atkinson, J. M., & Heritage, J. (1984). Structure of social action: Studies in conversation analysis (Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Boden, D. (1994). The business of talk: Organizations in action. Cambridge: Polity. Cameron, D. (2000). Styling the worker: Gender and the commodification of language in the globalized service economy. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 4, 323-347. Candlin, C. N. (2000). General editor’s preface. In J. Coupland (Ed.) Small Talk (pp. xii-xx). New York: Pearson Education Limited. Coupland, J. (2000, Ed.). Small talk. New York: Pearson Education Limited. Coupland, N., & Ylanne-McEwen, V. (2000). Talk about the weather: Small talk, leisure talk and the travel industry. In J. Coupland (Ed.) Small Talk (pp. 163-182). New York: Pearson Education Limited. Coupland, J., Coupland, N., & Robinson, J. (1992). ‘How are you?’: Negotiating phatic communion. Language in Society, 21, 201-230. Devito, J. A. (1986). The communication handbook: A dictionary. New York: Harper & Row.

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References
Arminen, I. (2000). On the context sensitivity of institutional interaction.
Discourse and Society, 11, 435-458).
Atkinson, J. M., & Heritage, J. (1984). Structure of social action: Studies in
conversation analysis (Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Boden, D. (1994). The business of talk: Organizations in action. Cambridge:
Polity.
Cameron, D. (2000). Styling the worker: Gender and the commodification of
language in the globalized service economy. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 4, 323-347.
Candlin, C. N. (2000). General editor’s preface. In J. Coupland (Ed.) Small Talk
(pp. xii-xx). New York: Pearson Education Limited.
Coupland, J. (2000, Ed.). Small talk. New York: Pearson Education Limited.
Coupland, N., & Ylanne-McEwen, V. (2000). Talk about the weather: Small talk,
leisure talk and the travel industry. In J. Coupland (Ed.) Small Talk (pp. 163-182). New
York: Pearson Education Limited.
Coupland, J., Coupland, N., & Robinson, J. (1992). ‘How are you?’: Negotiating
phatic communion. Language in Society, 21, 201-230.
Devito, J. A. (1986). The communication handbook: A dictionary. New York:
Harper & Row.


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