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chapterposted on 07.04.2016 by Jessica Robles
Division of a book, which in a scholarly context usually treats a part of a larger subject in a stand-alone manner.
Directives are kinds of utterances that attempt to get another person to do something; such utterances include for example instructions, requests, and commands. This article describes the intellectual history of directives, their cultural differences, their institutional contexts, and current and future directions of research in this area.
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