An annotated bibliography
The selection of entries in this bibliography reflects the following definition of pragmatics: The study (i) of the use and extra-linguistic function(s) of language, and (ii) of the relation between such uses or functions and the structure of language, i.e., the contextual appropriateness conditions on the use of language. This bibliography does not only cover purely theoretical works, but also includes applications of pragmatic theory in language teaching, language acquisition, discourse analysis, literary studies, etc. To augment the usefulness of the bibliography, which is arranged alphabetically, a subject and a language index have been added.
[Library and Information Sources in Linguistics, 4] 1978. xvi, 270 pp.
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Enkvist, Nils Erik
Pilz, Klaus Dieter
Porter, Joseph A.
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LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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