Pragmalinguistics

East European Approaches

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This volume describes and evaluates the latest theories, empirical findings, and applications in the field of pragmalinguistics developed in some socialist states of Europe – mainly in Czechoslovakia, Poland, the German Democratic Republic, and the USSR. The results of the author’s own research in pragmatically oriented psycholinguistics are included as well. The main approaches through which the pragmalinguistic studies have been performed in Eastern Europe are those of functional stylistics, textlinguistics, rhetorics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, social communication theory, and semiotics. Much attention is devoted in the book to applied research, mainly in the spheres of education and instruction, mass communication and propaganda.
[Pragmatics & Beyond, IV:5]  1983.  v, 103 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1
1. Pragmalinguistics: The State of the Art
5
2. Pragmalinguistic Theory: Four Different Approaches
13
2.1. Pragmalinguistics as a theory of instructional style
13
2.2. Pragmalinguistics as a theory of the pragmatic component of a grammar
17
2.3. Pragmalinguistics as a theory of verbal influencing
35
2.4. Pragmalinguistics as a theory of verbal activity in social intercourse
50
3. Empirical Studies in Pragmalinguistics and Related Fields
65
3.1. Pragmatic aspects of the acquisition of communicative competence
66
3.2. Pragmatic determinants of speech communication
68
Notes
85
References
87
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Pragmatics
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