[Pragmatics, 16:4] 2006. ca. 125 pp.
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Table of Contents
Evaluating discursive relations in Brazilians’advice-givingJanice Helena Chaves Marinho | pp. 417–428
Resistance against being formulated as cultural other: The case of a Chinese student in JapanChie Fukuda | pp. 429–456
Implications of translational shifts in interpreter-mediated textsClaudia Monacelli | pp. 457–473
The interactional functions of the Japanese demonstratives in conversationKeiko Naruoka | pp. 475–512
Analysis of appropriateness in a speech act of request in L2 EnglishNaoko Taguchi | pp. 513–533
From Hóyéé to Hajinei : On some implications of feelingful iconicity and orthography in Navajo poetryAnthony K. Webster | pp. 535–549