Language research: Don't interrupt me!

Someone is constantly falling in the word. What are the consequences? And how can you defend yourself? This is explained by the language researchers in the time-knowledge podcast.

Language research: Don't interrupt me!
Podcast: How do you know that? /Language Research: Don't interrupt me! Subscribe to Podcast All consequences are constantly falling to someone's word. What are consequences? And how can you defend yourself? This is explained by language researchers in time-knowledge podcast. by Hella Kemper and Max Rauner August 5th, 2018, 17:54 UHR2 comments Read about or topics in Time Knowledge magazine 4/18. You can purchase current booklet at kiosk or here.

Those who interrupt ors demonstrate power. Language researchers have listened to everyday situations, such as doctor-patient talks, word battles in court, male-female dialogues. Permanent interruption has an effect on what people keep from talking. What can be done against pushy breaker? This is time-knowledge podcast How do you know that?

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Updated Date: 06 August 2018, 12:00

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