Bargaining by Arguing : An Empirical Analysis Based on Speech Act Theory

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HOLZINGER, Katharina, 2004. Bargaining by Arguing : An Empirical Analysis Based on Speech Act Theory. In: Political Communication. 21(2), pp. 195-222. ISSN 1058-4609

@article{Holzinger2004Barga-14158, title={Bargaining by Arguing : An Empirical Analysis Based on Speech Act Theory}, year={2004}, doi={10.1080/10584600490443886}, number={2}, volume={21}, issn={1058-4609}, journal={Political Communication}, pages={195--222}, author={Holzinger, Katharina} }

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