Lieven Buysse

Lieven Buysse

List of John Benjamins publications for which Lieven Buysse plays a role.


Languages in Business Education: Introduction

Edited by Lieven Buysse, Karoline Claes and Erwin Snauwaert

Special issue of ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 161 (2011) ca. 123 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language policy | Language teaching | Multilingualism


Defrancq, Bart and Lieven Buysse. 2022. CIUTI conferences as fora preparing for revolutions in T&I. Intelligences pour la traduction. IA et interculturel : actions et interactions., Maggi, Ludovica and Sarah Bordes (eds.), pp. 185–187
Canonical question tags feature prominently in spoken English, where they display great versatility. At face value they are meant to elicit a response from a co-participant in the form of (dis)agreement with the proposition to which the tag has been added. Their pragmatic scope is, however,… read more | Article
This paper investigates how foreign language learners use discourse markers (such as so, well, you know, I mean) in English speech. These small words that do not contribute much, if anything at all, to the propositional content of a message but modify it in subtle ways, are often considered among… read more | Article
Buysse, Lieven, Karoline Claes and Erwin Snauwaert. 2011. Languages in Business Education: Introduction. Languages in Business Education: Introduction, Buysse, Lieven, Karoline Claes and Erwin Snauwaert (eds.), pp. 5–9
Buysse, Lieven and Meaghan Blanchard. 2022. L1 and non-L1 perceptions of discourse markers in English. Discourse-pragmatic markers, fillers and filled pauses: Pragmatic, cognitive, multimodal and sociolinguistic perspectives, Beeching, Kate, Grant Howie, Minna Kirjavainen and Anna E. Piasecki (eds.), pp. 222–245
Although critical reception of discourse markers (DMs) such as like and you know has often been noted, surprisingly little research has actually investigated this attitudinal perspective on usage. Moreover, a recent, rapidly expanding body of research on non-L1 speakers’ use of discourse markers in… read more | Article