The Pragmatics of International and Intercultural Communication

Selected papers from the International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerp, August 1987

Volume 3

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This volume contains a selection of papers from a special session of the International Pragmatics Conference (Antwerp, August 1987) and from the Symposium on Intercultural Communication (Ghent, December 1987).

Studying the communicative styles of cultures and social groups, both at the descriptive level and at the level of pragmatic theory construction, should be a target of pragmatics as a discipline. A clear view is needed of the restrictions on adaptability involving potential fields of conflict in intercultural and international communication. As the contributions to this volume demonstrate, very little should be taken for granted in this respect.

[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 6:3]  1991.  viii, 249 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii
Intercultural and international communication: Introduction
Jan Blommaert and Jef Verschueren
1
How much culture is there in intercultural communication?
Jan Blommaert
13
Accident and method in the study of intercultural communication: Colonial description os Swahili in the former Belgian Congo
Johannes Fabian
33
Understanding in intercultural encounters
John J. Gumperz and Celia Roberts
51
Talking a person into interethnic distinction: A discourse analytic case study
Volker Hinnenkamp
91
Verbal listening behavior in conversations between Japanese and Americans
Laura Miller
111
Fieldword as a form of intercultural communication
Rik Pinxten
131
Intercultural dimensions of pragmatics in film synchronisation
Susanne Niemeier
145
Objevtivism in pragmatics as a hindrance to intercultural communication
Hans Julius Schneider
163
Foreigner talk revisited: Limits on accommodation to nonfluent speakers
Sara W. Smith, Nadia Scholnick, Alta Crutcher, Mary Simeone and William Ray Smith
173
A pragmatic perspective on international communication
Jef Verschueren
187
References
211
Index of names
233
Index of subjects
239
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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