Conflict and violence in pragmatic research
Special Issue of Pragmatics 7:4 (1997)
[Pragmatics, 7:4] 1997. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Introduction: From the ideal, the ordinary, and the orderly to conflict and violence in pragmatic researchCharles L. Briggs | pp. 451–459
Tropic aggression in the Clinton-Dole presidential debateAsif Agha | pp. 461–497
The slow shift in orthodoxy: (Re)formulations of ‘integration’ in BelgiumJan Blommaert | pp. 499–518
Notes on a “confession” On the construction of gender, sexuality, and violence in an infanticide caseCharles L. Briggs | pp. 519–546
Shouts, shrieks, and shots: Unruly political conversations in indigenous ChiapasJohn B. Haviland | pp. 547–573
“You gotta be a man or a girl” Constructed dialogue and reflexivity in the discourse of violencePatricia E. O'Connor | pp. 575–599
The practice of retort: Exchanges leading to the Caracas peace dialoguesMaría Eugenia Villalón and Sandra Angeleri | pp. 601–623
Commentary: Achieving adequacy and commitment in pragmaticsMichael Silverstein | pp. 625–633