[Pragmatics, 28:1] 2018. iii, 158 pp.
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Table of Contents
The representations of racism in immigrant students’ essays in Greece: The ‘hybrid balance’ between legitimizing and resistance identitiesArgiris Archakis | pp. 1–28
To be or not to be your son’s father/mother: A cognitive-pragmatic perspective on terms of address in Najdi and Tunisian ArabicSami Ben Salamh, Zouheir Maalej and Mohammed Alghbban | pp. 29–60
Analysis of politeness strategies in Japanese and Korean conversations between males: Focusing on speech levels and speech level shiftsEun Mi Lee | pp. 61–92
An overview of the Japanese quotative itta and itte itaHironori Nishi | pp. 93–112
Taboo effects at the syntactic level: Reducing agentivity as a euphemistic strategyAndrea Pizarro Pedraza and Barbara De Cock | pp. 113–138
The concept of complimenting in light of the Moore language in Burkina FasoMahamadou Sawadogo | pp. 139–156
In memory of Helena Calsamiglia Blancafort: July 1945 – October 2017Melissa G. Moyer | pp. 157–158