Negotiating entitlement to language: Calling 911 without English
by Chase Wesley Raymond
Reference:
Chase Wesley Raymond, (2014), "Negotiating entitlement to language: Calling 911 without English", Language in Society, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 33–59.
Bibtex Entry:
@ARTICLE{CWRaymond2014,
  author = "Chase Wesley Raymond", 
  doi = "10.1017/S0047404513000869", 
  keywords = "EMCA, Interactional Linguistics, Emergency Calls, Language Choice, Entitlement, Discourse/social interaction, Conversation analysis, Requests, Language contact and Institutional talk", 
  journal = "Language in Society", 
  number = "1", 
  pages = "33–59", 
  title = "Negotiating entitlement to language: Calling 911 without English", 
  url = "https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/language-in-society/article/negotiating-entitlement-to-language-calling-911-without-english/4EA51B891F328D9905F275BDCF831E65", 
  volume = "43", 
  year = "2014", 
}