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    Schubotz, Louise Özyürek, Aslı and Holler, Judith 2019. Age-related differences in multimodal recipient design: younger, but not older adults, adapt speech and co-speech gestures to common ground. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, Vol. 34, Issue. 2, p. 254.

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    Fibigerová, Kateřina and Guidetti, Michèle 2018. The impact of language on gesture in descriptions of voluntary motion in Czech and French adults and children. Language, Interaction and Acquisition. Langage, Interaction et Acquisition, Vol. 9, Issue. 1, p. 101.

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Gesture, or visible bodily action that is seen as intimately involved in the activity of speaking, has long fascinated scholars and laymen alike. Written by a leading authority on the subject, this 2004 study provides a comprehensive treatment of gesture and its use in interaction, drawing on the analysis of everyday conversations to demonstrate its varied role in the construction of utterances. Adam Kendon accompanies his analyses with an extended discussion of the history of the study of gesture - a topic not dealt with in any previous publication - as well as exploring the relationship between gesture and sign language, and how the use of gesture varies according to cultural and language differences. Set to become the definitive account of the topic, Gesture will be invaluable to all those interested in human communication. Its publication marks a major development, both in semiotics and in the emerging field of gesture studies.

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