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Haberland, Hartmut

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Hartmut Haberland (b. 1948) is a German-Danish linguist whose main contributions to applied linguistics, within the areas of pragmatics and sociolinguistics, include being founder, in 1977 (with Jacob L. Mey), and coeditor of the internationally recognized Journal of Pragmatics.

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