Ideologies of politeness
Special Issue of Pragmatics 9:1 (1999)
[Pragmatics, 9:1] 1999. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Ideologies of politeness: ForewordManfred Kienpointner | pp. 1–4
Language and politeness in early eighteenth century BritainRichard J. Watts | pp. 5–20
Submission strategies as an expression of the ideology of politeness: Reflections on the verbalisation of social power relationsGudrun Held | pp. 21–36
Politeness ideology in Spanish colloquial conversation: The case of adviceNieves Hernández-Flores | pp. 37–49
Situated politeness: Manipulating honorific and non-honorific expressions in Japanese conversationsShigeko Okamoto | pp. 51–74
Métadiscours et réalité linguistique : L’exemple de la politesse russeRenate Rathmayr | pp. 75–95
Frames for politeness: A case studyMarina Terkourafi | pp. 97–117
An alternative model and ideology of communication for an alternative to politeness theoryRobert B. Arundale | pp. 119–153
Politeness and political correctness: Ideological implicationsPeter Klotz | pp. 155–161
Politeness and ideology: A critical reviewGino Eelen | pp. 163–173
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