[Pragmatics, 19:2] 2009. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Mutual understanding mechanism in verbal exchanges between carers and multiply-disabled young people: An interaction structure analysisChristine Bocerean and Michel Musiol | pp. 161–177
Address strategies in a British academic settingMaicol Formentelli | pp. 179–196
¿qué::? ¿cómo que te vas a casar? congratulations and rapport management. A case study of Peruvian Spanish speakersCarmen Garcia | pp. 197–222
Discourse as communicative action: Validation of China’s new socio-cultural paradigm Qiye wenhua ‘enterprise culture’Song Mei Lee-Wong | pp. 223–239
Justification: A coherence relationAna Cristina Macário Lopes | pp. 241–252
Ore and omae : Japanese men’s uses of first- and second-person pronounsCindi L. SturtzSreetharan | pp. 253–278
Autonomy orientation in Estonian and Swedish family interactionsTiia Tulviste and Boel De Geer | pp. 279–291