[Pragmatics, 27:1] 2017. iii, 171 pp.
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“Communication is a two-way street” Instructors’ perceptions of student apologiesDongmei Cheng | pp. 1–32
The role of ideology in evaluations of (in)appropriate behaviour in student-teacher relationships in ChinaDániel Z. Kádár | pp. 33–56
Misunderstanding as a resource in interactionJessica S. Robles | pp. 57–86
Going beyond address forms: Variation and style in the use of the second-person pronouns tú and ustedMaría José Serrano | pp. 87–114
“Are you saying …?” Metapragmatic comments in Nigerian quasi-judicial public hearingsFoluke Olayinka Unuabonah | pp. 115–143
Perceptions of extended concurrent speech in MandarinWeihua Zhu | pp. 144–170