Sara Mills (2003). Gender and politeness. Cambridge: Cambridge UniversityPress. 270 pp., ISBN Hb 0 521 81084 1, Pb 0 521 00919 7.

Authors

  • Virginia Acuna Ferreira Universidade de Vigo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.v5i1.158

Keywords:

Politeness

Author Biography

Virginia Acuna Ferreira, Universidade de Vigo

Universidade de Vigo

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Published

2004-02-26

How to Cite

Ferreira, V. A. (2004). Sara Mills (2003). Gender and politeness. Cambridge: Cambridge UniversityPress. 270 pp., ISBN Hb 0 521 81084 1, Pb 0 521 00919 7. Sociolinguistic Studies, 5(1), 158–164. https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.v5i1.158