[Pragmatics, 7:3] 1997. ca. 125 pp.
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Table of Contents
Self-presentation in a speech of Newt GingrichPamela S. Morgan | pp. 275–308
Theoretical ideals and their violation: Princess Diana and Martin Bashir in the BBC interviewSabine Kowal and Daniel C. O’Connell | pp. 309–323
Four-party conversation and genderAstrid Berrier | pp. 325–366
In other words and conversational implicatureHiroaki Tanaka | pp. 367–387
Viewpoint shifting in Korean and Bulgarian: The use of kinship termsGwon-Jin Choi | pp. 389–395
On the systematic deployment of okay and mmhmm in academic advising sessionsAnna M. Guthrie | pp. 397–415