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WRTG 105 Let's Talk Emotions (Armoskaite)

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Andrea Kingston
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Selected References from Professor Armoskaite

Articles

CBC Radio. (2018, December 14). Is that baby so adorable you want to eat it up? You're committing 'cute aggression.' https://www.cbc.ca/radio/quirks/dec-15-2018-is-china-winning-the-race-to-the-moon-pig-heart-transplants-cute-aggression-and-more-1.4940912/is-that-baby-so-adorable-you-want-to-eat-it-up-you-re-committing-cute-aggression-1.4940938

Donahue, A. G. (2020). The borrowed silence of translation. The Massachusetts Review, 61(2), 368–373.

Ephratt, M. (2008). The functions of silence. Journal of Pragmatics, 40(11), 1909–1938.

Napoli, D. J., & Hoeksema, J. (2009). The grammatical versatility of taboo terms. Studies in Language, 33(3), 612–643.

Travis, T. (2018). The cool chick in recovery: Understanding Brené Brown. Raritan, 38(2), 72–102.

Truesdale, D. M., & Pell, M. D. (2018). The sound of passion and indifference. Speech Communication, 99, 124–134.

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