Self-addressed questions and indexicality : The case of Korean

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ECKARDT, Regine, Gisela DISSELKAMP, 2019. Self-addressed questions and indexicality : The case of Korean. In: Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung. 23(1), pp. 383-398. eISSN 2629-6055. Available under: doi: 10.18148/sub/2019.v23i1.539

@article{Eckardt2019Selfa-48017, title={Self-addressed questions and indexicality : The case of Korean}, year={2019}, doi={10.18148/sub/2019.v23i1.539}, number={1}, volume={23}, journal={Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung}, pages={383--398}, author={Eckardt, Regine and Disselkamp, Gisela} }

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