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Department of English and Linguistics

Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne
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Sun, Hao & Kadar, Z. Daniel. (Eds.) (2008). It’s the dragon’s turn – Chinese institutional discourse(s). Berne: Peter Lang.

Articles in refereed journals and edited volumes

Sun, Hao. (2016). Win-win learning opportunities for all. Reflecting on Service-Learning in Higher Education: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives. Ed. M. Gail Hickey. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 151-159.

Sun, Hao. (2013). Customer-employee interaction from a diachronic perspective.” Chinese discourse and interaction: Theory and practice. Ed. Yuling Pan and Daniel Z. Kadar. London: Equinox, 200-227.

Sun, Hao. (2012). Shifting practices and emerging patterns: Telephone service encounters in Shanghai. Language in Society 41: 417-447.

Sun, Hao. (2012). Openings of Chinese telephone encounters: a comparative analysis of across time. Chinese Language and Discourse 3 (2): 200-226.

Sun, Hao. (2008). Participant roles and discursive actions: Chinese transactional telephone interactions. In Sun & Kadar (Eds.), It’s the dragon’s turn – Chinese institutional discourse(s) (77-126). Berne: Peter Lang.

Sun, Hao. (2006). Sources of difficulties in cross-cultural communication and ELT: The case of the long-distance “but” in Chinese discourse. Reflections on English Language Teaching 5.1: 23-46.

Sun, Hao. (2005). Collaborative strategies in Chinese telephone conversation closings: Balancing procedural needs and interpersonal meaning making. Pragmatics 15(1):109-128.

Sun, Hao (2004). "Opening moves in informal Chinese telephone conversations." Journal of Pragmatics, 36(8):1429-1465.

Sun, Hao. (2004). What does non-reciprocal term exchange index? In Hallen (Ed.) Selected Proceedings of the Deseret Language and Linguistic Society 1997 Symposium (33-36). Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University.

Sun, Hao. (2003). Characteristics and effect: A teachers' interactional adjustments. In J. Burton, & C. Clennell, (Eds.), Interaction and language learning (35-48) TESOL, Inc.

Sun, Hao. (2002). "Display and affirmation of affect bond and relationships: Invited guessing in Chinese telephone conversations.” Language in Society, 31:85-112.

Li, Yili, & Sun, Hao. (2002). Two teachers’ conceptualization and construction of writing conferences: A cross-cultural comparison. In Lee and Littlewood (Eds.). Culture, communication and language pedagogy (74-89). Hong Kong Baptist University.

Sun, Hao. (2001). Framing interactions and defining relations: Phatic talk in Chinese telephone conversations. In Katoaka, Moore, & Zilkha (Eds.), Texas Linguistics Forum (163-178). Austin, TX: University of Texas at Austin.

Sun, Hao. (2000). Identification as interaction. AILA’99 CD-ROM publication. (12th World Congress of Applied Linguistics). Tokyo, Japan.

Sun, Hao. (1995). Pauses and co-construction in Chinese peer review discussions. Pragmatics and Language Learning 6: 121-141. Champaign-Urbana, IL: University of Illinois.

Book reviews

Sun, Hao. (2003). Mediated Discourse: The nexus of practice & Professional communication in international settings, book review. Language in Society, 32:729-734.

Sun, Hao. (1997). Chinese breakthrough: Learning Chinese language through TV and newspapers. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, 32(3) 113-116.