The Pragmatics of Ritual
Special issue of Pragmatics 30:1
[Pragmatics, 30:1] 2020. v, 168 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
The pragmatics of ritual: An introductionDániel Z. Kádár and Juliane House | pp. 1–14
The socialisation of interactional rituals: A case study of ritual cursing as a form of teasing in RomaniDániel Z. Kádár and Andrea Szalai | pp. 15–39
The rite of reintegrative shaming in Chinese public dispute mediationYongping Ran, Linsen Zhao and Dániel Z. Kádár | pp. 40–63
Calling Mr Speaker ‘Mr Speaker’: The strategic use of ritual references to the Speaker of the UK House of CommonsPeter Bull, Anita Fetzer and Dániel Z. Kádár | pp. 64–87
“By the elders’ leave, I do”: Rituals, ostensivity and perceptions of the moral order in Iranian Tehrani marriage ceremoniesSofia A Koutlaki | pp. 88–115
Urban interaction ritual: Strangership, civil inattention and everyday incivilities in public spaceMervyn Horgan | pp. 116–141
Ritual frames: A contrastive pragmatic approachDániel Z. Kádár and Juliane House | pp. 142–168