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    Rogers, Marcus
    Plural pronouns possess innate ambiguity of person, with the first-person plural "we '' able to also include and refer to addressees and "others", the roles typically thought of as 2nd and 3rd person. This inclusive ambiguity can be found in a linguis . . .
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    Morgan, Carley Michelle
    This thesis explores how individuals exhibit and construct identities in conversation. Language and speaking styles are used (un)intentionally by speakers to signal group affiliations. The first section briefly reviews the literature related to identi . . .
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    Inoue, Asao B.
    How do teachers define failure when learning to write? We don’t ask the question often enough. In this article, I attempt to offer a definition and critique of the nature and production of failure in writing classrooms and programs. I argue that the p . . .