All dressed up and nowhere to go: Linguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of job interviews with second language speakers of Danish

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All dressed up and nowhere to go : Linguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of job interviews with second language speakers of Danish. / Kirilova, Marta Kunov.

Københavns Universitet, Det Humanistiske Fakultet, 2013. 270 s.

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportPh.d.-afhandlingForskning

Harvard

Kirilova, MK 2013, All dressed up and nowhere to go: Linguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of job interviews with second language speakers of Danish. Københavns Universitet, Det Humanistiske Fakultet.

APA

Kirilova, M. K. (2013). All dressed up and nowhere to go: Linguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of job interviews with second language speakers of Danish. Københavns Universitet, Det Humanistiske Fakultet.

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Kirilova MK. All dressed up and nowhere to go: Linguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of job interviews with second language speakers of Danish. Københavns Universitet, Det Humanistiske Fakultet, 2013. 270 s.

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Kirilova, Marta Kunov. / All dressed up and nowhere to go : Linguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of job interviews with second language speakers of Danish. Københavns Universitet, Det Humanistiske Fakultet, 2013. 270 s.

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