[Pragmatics, 30:4] 2020. iii, 155 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Parliamentary impoliteness and the interpreter’s genderMagdalena Bartłomiejczyk | pp. 459–484
Confronting blackface: Stancetaking in the Dutch Black Pete debateSigurd D’hondt | pp. 485–508
Pragmatic functions of I think in computer-mediated, cross-cultural communication between Taiwanese and Japanese undergraduate studentsMaria Angela Diaz, Ken Lau and Chia-Yen Lin | pp. 509–531
Dimensions of recipe register and native speaker knowledge: Observations from a writing experimentMichiko Kaneyasu and Minako Kuhara | pp. 532–556
Korean general extenders tunci ha and kena ha ‘or something’: Approximation, hedging, and pejorative stance in cross-linguistic comparisonMinju Kim | pp. 557–585
The pragmeme of disagreement and its allopracts in English and Serbian political interview discourseMilica Radulović and Vladimir Ž. Jovanović | pp. 586–613