Pragmatics

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

20 December 2021

The metapragmatics of legal advice communication in the field of immigration law
Marie Jacobs | 25 pp.

15 December 2021

Referring to arbitrary entities with placeholders
Tohru Seraku | 26 pp.

1 December 2021

On the dialogic frames of mirative enunciations: The Argentine Spanish discourse marker mirá and the expression of surprise
María Marta García Negroni and Manuel Libenson | 25 pp.

30 November 2021

Discoursal representation of masculine parenting in Arabic and English websites
Mohammed Nahar Al-Ali and Hanan A. Shatat | 23 pp.

23 November 2021

Epistemic calibration: Achieving affiliation through access claims and generalizations
Emmi Koskinen and Melisa Stevanovic | 27 pp.
Spatializing kinship: The grammar of belonging in Amdo, Tibet
Shannon M. Ward | 36 pp.

5 November 2021

Material and embodied resources in the accomplishment of closings in technology-mediated business meetings
Tuire Oittinen | 29 pp.

31 August 2021

Navigating the complex social ecology of screen-based activity in video-mediated interaction
Ufuk Balaman and Simona Pekarek Doehler | 26 pp.

27 August 2021

Knowledge types and presuppositions: An analysis of strategic aspects of public apologies
Jocelyn A.S. Navera and Leah Gustilo | 25 pp.

24 August 2021

Tradition, modernity, and Chinese masculinity: The multimodal construction of ideal manhood in a reality dating show
Dezheng (William) FENG and Mandy Hoi Man Yu | 27 pp.
A corpus-based study on contrast and concessivity of the connective -ciman in Korean
Hye-Kyung Lee | 28 pp.
Metapragmatics in indirect reports: The degree of reflexivity
Mostafa Morady Moghaddam and Seyyed Ali Ostovar-Namaghi | 22 pp.

23 August 2021

Out-grouping and ambient affiliation in Donald Trump’s tweets about Iran: Exploring the role of negative evaluation in enacting solidarity
Mohammad Makki and Michele Zappavigna | 27 pp.

17 August 2021

Polar answers and epistemic stance in Greek conversation
Angeliki Alvanoudi | 27 pp.

16 August 2021

“How was your day?” Development of Interactional Competence located in Today Narrative sequences
Younhee Kim and Andrew P. Carlin | 27 pp.

2 August 2021

Well-prefaced constructed dialogue as a marker of stance in online abortion discourse
Kristen Fleckenstein | 24 pp.

23 July 2021

Framing in interactive academic talk: A conversation-analytic perspective
Yun Pan | 27 pp.