[Pragmatics, 20:3] 2010. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Rapport management in Thai and Japanese social talk during group discussionsAtaya Aoki | pp. 289–313
Linguistic tools of empowerment and alienation in the Chinese official press: Accounts about the April 2001 Sino-American diplomatic standoffLutgard Lams | pp. 315–342
An exploratory study of the interlanguage pragmatic comprehension of young learners of EnglishCynthia Lee | pp. 343–373
Negotiating identities through pronouns of address in an immigrant communityGrit Liebscher, Jennifer Dailey-O’Cain, Mareike Müller and Tetyana Reichert | pp. 375–400
Perspective and politeness in Finnish RequestsElizabeth Peterson | pp. 401–423
Ethnicity in linguistic variation: White and coloured identities in Afrikaans-English code-switchingGerald Stell | pp. 425–447