Review of Linguistic Pragmatics of Intercultural Professional and Business Communication

Cüneyt Demir

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Linguistic Pragmatics of Intercultural Professional and Business Communication, Elena N. Malyuga and Svetlana N. Orlova. Springer, Cham / Switzerland (2018). 145 pp., Hardcover: $109.99, ISBN:978-3-319-68743-8, eBook: $84.99, ISBN:978-3-319-68744-5


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linguistic pragmatics; intercultural; professional; business; communication

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