Latest articles

22 September 2022

  • The son (érzi) is not really a son: Generalization of address terms in Chinese online discourse
    Kun YangJing Chen
  • 6 September 2022

  • Deceptive clickbaits in the relevance-theoretic lens: What makes them similar to punchlines
    Maria Jodłowiec
  • ‘That is very important, isn’t it?’: Content-oriented questions in British and Montenegrin university lectures
    Branka Živković
  • 1 August 2022

  • Perceptual resemblance and the communication of emotion in digital contexts: A case of emoji and reaction GIFs
    Ryoko Sasamoto
  • 13 June 2022

  • Development of the use of discourse markers across different fluency levels of CEFR: A learner corpus analysis
    Lan-fen Huang, Yen-liang LinTomáš Gráf
  • 8 June 2022

  • The use of boosters and evidentials in British campaign debates on the Brexit referendum
    María Luisa Carrió-PastorAna Albalat-Mascarell
  • 19 April 2022

  • An empirical study of Chinese university student advisors’ dynamic identity construction in the context of individual consultation
    Jing ChenXin Zhao
  • 14 April 2022

  • Picking fights with politicians: Categories, partitioning and the achievement of antagonism
    Jack B. JoyceLinda Walz | PRAG 32:4 (2022) pp. 562–587
  • 25 March 2022

  • Accounts as acts of identity: Justifying business closures on COVID-19 public signs in Athens and London
    Spyridoula BellaEva Ogiermann | PRAG 32:4 (2022) pp. 620–647
  • 9 March 2022

  • Aspects of (‘and’) as a discourse marker in Persian
    Reza KazemianMohammad Amouzadeh | PRAG 32:4 (2022) pp. 588–619
  • 24 February 2022

  • Shifting perspective on indexicals
    Mark Bowker | PRAG 32:4 (2022) pp. 518–536
  • 8 February 2022

  • ‘So many “virologists” in this thread!’: Impoliteness in Facebook discussions of the management of the pandemic of Covid-19 in Sweden – the tension between conformity and distinction
    Marta Andersson | PRAG 32:4 (2022) pp. 489–517
  • 20 December 2021

  • The metapragmatics of legal advice communication in the field of immigration law
    Marie Jacobs | PRAG 32:4 (2022) pp. 537–561
  • 15 December 2021

  • Referring to arbitrary entities with placeholders
    Tohru Seraku | PRAG 32:3 (2022) pp. 426–451
  • 1 December 2021

  • On the dialogic frames of mirative enunciations: The Argentine Spanish discourse marker mirá and the expression of surprise
    María Marta García NegroniManuel Libenson | PRAG 32:3 (2022) pp. 329–353
  • 30 November 2021

  • Discoursal representation of masculine parenting in Arabic and English websites
    Mohammed Nahar Al-AliHanan A. Shatat | PRAG 32:3 (2022) pp. 403–425
  • 23 November 2021

  • Epistemic calibration: Achieving affiliation through access claims and generalizations
    Emmi KoskinenMelisa Stevanovic | PRAG 32:3 (2022) pp. 354–380
  • Spatializing kinship: The grammar of belonging in Amdo, Tibet
    Shannon M. Ward | PRAG 32:3 (2022) pp. 452–487
  • 5 November 2021

  • Material and embodied resources in the accomplishment of closings in technology-mediated business meetings
    Tuire Oittinen | PRAG 32:2 (2022) pp. 299–327
  • 31 August 2021

  • Navigating the complex social ecology of screen-based activity in video-mediated interaction
    Ufuk BalamanSimona Pekarek Doehler | PRAG 32:1 (2022) pp. 54–79
  • 27 August 2021

  • Knowledge types and presuppositions: An analysis of strategic aspects of public apologies
    Jocelyn A. S. NaveraLeah Gustilo | PRAG 32:2 (2022) pp. 274–298
  • 24 August 2021

  • Tradition, modernity, and Chinese masculinity: The multimodal construction of ideal manhood in a reality dating show
    Dezheng (William) FengMandy Hoi Man Yu | PRAG 32:2 (2022) pp. 191–217
  • A corpus-based study on contrast and concessivity of the connective ‑ciman in Korean
    Hye-Kyung Lee | PRAG 32:2 (2022) pp. 218–245
  • Metapragmatics in indirect reports: The degree of reflexivity
    Mostafa Morady MoghaddamSeyyed Ali Ostovar-Namaghi | PRAG 32:3 (2022) pp. 381–402
  • 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 MakkiMichele Zappavigna | PRAG 32:1 (2022) pp. 104–130
  • 17 August 2021

  • Polar answers and epistemic stance in Greek conversation
    Angeliki Alvanoudi | PRAG 32:1 (2022) pp. 1–27
  • Salience and shift in salience as means of creating discourse coherence: The case of the Chipaya enclitics
    Katja Hannß | PRAG 31:4 (2021) pp. 533–559
  • 16 August 2021

  • Apology responses and gender differences in spoken British English: A corpus study
    Yi An, Hang SuMingyou Xiang | PRAG 32:1 (2022) pp. 28–53
  • Invoking divine blessing: The pragmatics of the congratulation speech act in university graduation notebooks in Jordan
    Muhammad A. Badarneh, Fathi MigdadiMaram Al-Jahmani | PRAG 32:2 (2022) pp. 159–190
  • “How was your day?”: Development of Interactional Competence located in Today Narrative sequences
    Younhee KimAndrew P. Carlin | PRAG 32:2 (2022) pp. 246–273
  • 2 August 2021

  • Well-prefaced constructed dialogue as a marker of stance in online abortion discourse
    Kristen Fleckenstein | PRAG 32:1 (2022) p. 80
  • 27 July 2021

  • Understandable public anger: Legitimation in banking after the 2008 crisis
    Ruth Breeze | PRAG 31:4 (2021) pp. 483–508
  • 23 July 2021

  • Framing in interactive academic talk: A conversation-analytic perspective
    Yun Pan | PRAG 32:1 (2022) pp. 131–157
  • The development of interlanguage pragmatic markers in alignment with role relationships
    Hao-Zhang Xiao, Chen-Yu DaiLi-Zheng Dong | PRAG 31:4 (2021) pp. 617–646
  • 14 June 2021

  • Re-evaluating the importance of discourse-embedding for specificational and predicative clauses
    Wout Van Praet | PRAG 31:4 (2021) pp. 560–588
  • The question-response system in Mandarin conversation
    Wei Wang | PRAG 31:4 (2021) pp. 589–616
  • 8 June 2021

  • Power and socialization in sibling interaction: Establishing, accepting and resisting roles of socialization target and agent
    Jana Declercq | PRAG 31:4 (2021) pp. 509–532
  • 21 April 2021

  • Taking it too far: The role of ideological discourses in contesting the limits of teasing and offence
    Wei-Lin Melody Chang, Michael HaughHsi-Yao Su | PRAG 31:3 (2021) pp. 382–405