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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.
- Social Sciences
- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
Published inEncyclopedia of language and social interaction
CitationROBLES, J., 2015. Directives. IN: Tracy, K., Ilie, C. and Sandel, T. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, Oxford: Wiley, pp. 1-5.
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