Current Issues in Intercultural Pragmatics

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| State University of New York, Albany
| University of Malta
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Having been established as a field in its own right for the last decade, intercultural pragmatics is increasingly being recognized as an important area of research among scholars working in pragmatics. The present volume is a collection of selected papers from the 6th International Conference on Intercultural Pragmatics and Communication – admittedly the biggest venue for researchers in the area, and comprises contributions that report on recent research that deals with or can directly inform work in intercultural pragmatics. Given the breadth of research areas that are

represented herein, ranging from lingua franca and business communication to the study of cultural perceptions, translation and pragmatic development, this volume is bound to be of interest to not only students and scholars engaged in the area of intercultural pragmatics, but also to all those with a more general interest in the sociocultural turn in the study of pragmatics.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 274]  2017.  vii, 369 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Istvan Kecskes and Stavros Assimakopoulos
1–6
Part I. The socio-cultural turn in pragmatics
Chapter 1. Determinacy, distance and intensity in intercultural communication: An emancipatory approach
Robert Crawshaw
9–31
Chapter 2. “Western” Grice?: Lying in a cross-cultural dimension
Jörg Meibauer
33–52
Part II. Lingua franca communication
Chapter 3. Why is miscommunication more common in everyday life than in lingua franca conversation?
Arto Mustajoki
55–74
Chapter 4. “Burn the antifa traitors at the stake…”: Transnational political cyber-exchanges, proximisation of emotions
Fabienne H. Baider and Maria Constantinou
75–102
Part III. Business communication
Chapter 5. The interpersonal pragmatics of intercultural financial discourse: A contrastive analysis of European vs. Asian earnings conference calls
Belinda Crawford Camiciottoli
105–127
Chapter 6. Face-threatening e-mail complaint negotiation in a multilingual business environment: A discursive analysis of refusal and disagreement strategies
Sofie Decock and Anneleen Spiessens
129–156
Part IV. Cultural perceptions
Chapter 7. Auto- and hetero-stereotypes in the mutual perception of Germans and Spaniards
Jessica Haß and Sylvia Wächter
159–179
Chapter 8. The interactive (self-)reflexive construction of culture-related key words
Ulrike Schröder
181–206
Chapter 9. “It’s really insulting to say something like that to anyone”: An investigation of English and German native speakers’ impoliteness perceptions
Gila A. Schauer
207–227
Part V. Translation
Chapter 10. Identities and impoliteness in translated Harry Potter novels
Monika Pleyer
231–253
Chapter 11. Presuppositions, paralanguage, visual kinesics: Three culture-pragmatic categories of errors and misunderstanding in translation and interpreting illustrated on the basis of the language pair German/Greek
Olaf Immanuel Seel
255–271
Part VI. Pragmatic development
Chapter 12. Development of pragmatic routines by Japanese learners in a study abroad context
Naoko Osuka
275–296
Chapter 13. A cross­sectional study of Syrian EFL learners’ pragmatic development: Towards a taxonomy of modification in interlanguage requests
Ziyad Ali and Helen Woodfield
297–322
Chapter 14. The pragmatic competence of student-teachers of Italian L2
Phyllisienne Gauci, Elisa Ghia and Sandro Caruana
323–345
Chapter 15. Adaptive management and bilingual education: A longitudinal corpus-based analysis of pragmatic markers in teacher talk
Laura Maguire and Jesús Romero-Trillo
347–365
Index
367
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics