CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF THE DISCOURSE OF ONLINE AND TRADITIONAL ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION - REVIEW OF "THE DISCOURSES OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION" BY BHATIA V. K., CANDLIN CH. N., GOTTI M. (EDS.)

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GRZYBEK, J. (2013). CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF THE DISCOURSE OF ONLINE AND TRADITIONAL ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION - REVIEW OF "THE DISCOURSES OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION" BY BHATIA V. K., CANDLIN CH. N., GOTTI M. (EDS.). Comparative Legilinguistics, 14, 169-177. https://doi.org/10.14746/cl.2013.14.07
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