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Alcoholic Dialect Continuum: Us, Them and a Lack of Mutual Intelligibility

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Alcoholic Dialect Continuum: Us, Them and a Lack of Mutual Intelligibility


Wycliff Matanda, M.A.

Wycliff Matanda has an interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree from Athabasca University. His research interests lay in the fields of addiction, mental health, and death and dying.

 

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Matanda, W. (2019). Alcoholic Dialect Continuum: Us, Them and a Lack of Mutual Intelligibility. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 20, 2019, from https://pro.psychcentral.com/alcoholic-dialect-continuum-us-them-and-a-lack-of-mutual-intelligibility/

 

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