[Pragmatics, 24:1] 2014. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
First-order politeness in rapprochement and distancing cultures: Understandings and uses of politeness by Spanish native speakers from Spain and Spanish nonnative speakers from the U.S.María Jesús Barros García and Marina Terkourafi | pp. 1–34
Identities and linguistic varieties in Japanese: An analysis of language ideologies as participants’ accomplishmentsChie Fukuda | pp. 35–62
Text and contextual information retrieval: A relevance-theoretic approach to cohesionPatricia Kolaiti | pp. 63–81
The alternation of desu/-masu with plain form speech and the constitution of social class in Japanese high school English lessonsSarah S. Meacham | pp. 83–104
The role of pragmatic function in the grammaticalization of English general extendersMaryann Overstreet | pp. 105–129
The discursive management of identity in interviews with female former colonials of the Belgian Congo: Scrutinizing the role of the interviewerDorien Van De Mieroop and Jonathan Clifton | pp. 131–155
Laughing when nothing’s funny: The pragmatic use of coping laughter in the negotiation of conversational disagreementShawn Warner-Garcia | pp. 157–180