Pragmatics and Society 8:1
[Pragmatics and Society, 8:1] 2017. iii, 160 pp.
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Table of Contents
Sociolinguistic representations of the military in Greek comedy films: Laughing at the armyAnastasia G. Stamou & Stavros Christou | pp. 1–25
Karachi weds Lahore: The performance of ethnolinguistic identities in Pakistani TV comedyGwendolyn Kirk | pp. 26–37
The very sensitive question: Chronotopes, insecurity and Farsi heritage language classroomsMartha Sif Karrebæk & Narges Ghandchi | pp. 38–60
The impact of face systems on the pragmalinguistic features of academic e-mail requestsErhan Aslan | pp. 61–84
A subtle kind of certainty: Market dynamics and symbolic violence in professional financial planningPatrick F. Parnaby | pp. 85–106
Scope and partitivity of plural indefinite noun phrases in SpanishJuan J. Colomina-Almiñana | pp. 107–128
Aligning caller and call-taker: The opening phrase of Dutch emergency callsTom Koole & Nina Verberg | pp. 129–153
Aditi Bhatia, Discursive Illusions in Public Discourse: Theory and PracticeReviewed by Jacob L. Mey | pp. 155–160
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General