Unpublished Doctoral Dissertationを見る方法は?

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Unpublished doctoral dissertationと書いている資料を見るにはどうしたらよいのでしょうか?

Unpublished doctoral dissertationと書いている資料を見るにはどうしたらよいのでしょうか(借りれるのでしょうか)? 例えば… Félix-Brasdefer, C. (2002). Refusals in Spanish and English: A cross-cultural study of politeness strategies among speakers of Mexican Spanish, American English, and American learners of Spanish as a foreign language. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota, Minnesota. 何ですけど、わかる人教えてください。 .

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この論文はタイトルを変えて出版されています。 Felix-Brasdefer, J. Cesar. Politeness in Mexico and the United States : a contrastive study of the realization and perception of refusals. (Pragmatics & beyond : new series ; v. 171) 出版者 Amsterdam : John Benjamins 出版年 2008



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