[Pragmatics, 28:4] 2018. iii, 154 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
The structural format and rhetorical variation of writing Chinese judicial opinions: A genre analytical approachZhengrui Han, Vijay K. Bhatia and Yunfeng Ge | pp. 463–488
“Mr Paul, please inform me accordingly”: Address forms, directness and degree of imposition in L2 emailsMaria Economidou-Kogetsidis | pp. 489–516
The effects of English-medium instruction on the use of textual and interpersonal pragmatic markersJennifer Ament, Carmen Pérez Vidal and Júlia Barón Parés | pp. 517–546
Face as an interactional construct in the context of connectedness and separateness: An empirical approach to culture-specific interpretations of faceUlrike Schröder | pp. 547–572
Where cultural references and lexical cohesion meet: Toward a multi-layer framing analysisMing-Yu Tseng | pp. 573–598
Negative existentials: A problem still unsolvedZoltán Vecsey | pp. 599–616