RID Views Cover Spring 2011

My Article on Vague Language (VL) Featured in RID Views

RID Views Cover Spring 2011My article “Interpreting Intentionally Vague Language” was featured in the RID Views, Spring 2011. If you read the article, or are already familiar with VL, I would like to know your thoughts on the subject, so please feel free to leave a comment on this blog post.

In case you’re interested, I teach workshops on VL and other topics— and love to travel. 🙂


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8 responses to “My Article on Vague Language (VL) Featured in RID Views”

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    trickypeanut

    David, what a beautiful article. It is so refreshing to see an article that is so well researched and cited. I wish we would see more of this in the Views! It certainly gave me much to think about as I probably make my interpretation explicit in meaning more often than not. Thank you for this new way to look at how I approach my work. Leslie Pertz, NIC

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    1. Daniel Greene Avatar

      Thank you for writing and telling me so. Happy interpreting! –Daniel

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