[Pragmatics, 26:4] 2016. ca. 150 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Offers by Greek FL learners: A cross-sectional developmental studySpyridoula Bella | pp. 531–562
Using a category to accomplish resistance in the context of an emergency call: Michael Jackson’s doctorIsrael Berger, Celia Kitzinger and Sonja J. Ellis | pp. 563–582
Reported threats: The routinization of violence in Central AmericaSusan Berk-Seligson and Mitchell A. Seligson | pp. 583–607
Vagueness: A loanword’s good friend. The case of ‘print’ in Spanish fashionMarisa Diez-Arroyo | pp. 609–629
Address practices in academic interactions in a pluricentric language: Australian English, American English, and British EnglishMaicol Formentelli and John Hajek | pp. 631–652
Management discourse in university administrative documents in Sweden: How it recontextualizes and fragments scholarly practices and work processesPer Ledin and David Machin | pp. 653–674
‘Pre-enactment’ in team-teacher planning talk: Demonstrating a possible future in the here-and-nowChristopher Leyland | pp. 675–704