[Pragmatics, 16:2/3] 2006. ca. 125 pp.
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Table of Contents
Regulatory talk and politeness at the family dinner tableÅsa Brumark | pp. 171–211
A relevance theoretic analysis of Not that sentences: “Not that there is anything wrong with that”Gerald P. Delahunty | pp. 213–245
How implicatures make Grice an unordinary ordinary language philosopherDavid Lüthi | pp. 247–274
The pragma-ideological implications of using reported speech: The case of reporting on the Al-Aqsa intifadaNawaf Obiedat | pp. 275–304
Laughter in the film The third manDaniel C. O’Connell and Sabine Kowal | pp. 305–327
Spontaneous and non-spontaneous turn-takingMaite Taboada | pp. 329–360
Turn-taking in Japanese television interviews: A study on interviewers’ strategiesLidia Tanaka | pp. 361–398