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Place reference in Kula conversation
AbstractPlace reference is pervasive in talk-in-interaction but remains less well understood than reference to persons. This paper explores place reference in Kula, an endangered non-Austronesian language of the Timor-Alor-Pantar family in southeastern Indonesia. Using a Conversation Analytic approach, it provides a description of both verbal and nonverbal resources for achieving successful reference to place in Kula. The paper also contributes to the cross-linguistic study of reference indoi:10.1515/opli-2017-0028 fatcat:tzegy722zzhrjmnphk27fisfgm