Language coordination refers to the tendency of people to mimic the language of others. The coordination can occur when one person responds to another using similar vocabulary, or word or sentence structure. Language coordination can also be applied to individuals who linguistically coordinate to a group. As suggested by the Communication Accommodation Theory, this is often used as a way to reduce social distance (convergence) Language coordination can also often occur unconsciously.

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  • Language coordination refers to the tendency of people to mimic the language of others. The coordination can occur when one person responds to another using similar vocabulary, or word or sentence structure. Language coordination can also be applied to individuals who linguistically coordinate to a group. As suggested by the Communication Accommodation Theory, this is often used as a way to reduce social distance (convergence) Language coordination can also often occur unconsciously. (en)
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  • Language coordination refers to the tendency of people to mimic the language of others. The coordination can occur when one person responds to another using similar vocabulary, or word or sentence structure. Language coordination can also be applied to individuals who linguistically coordinate to a group. As suggested by the Communication Accommodation Theory, this is often used as a way to reduce social distance (convergence) Language coordination can also often occur unconsciously. (en)
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  • Language coordination (en)
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