Latest articles

22 February 2021

  • Ferenc Kiefer
    PRAG 31:1 (2021) pp. 1–5
  • 8 January 2021

  • A relevance-theoretic account of translating jokes with sexual innuendos in Modern Family into Spanish
    Francisco Javier Díaz-Pérez
  • The emergent construction of feminist identity in interaction
    Olivia Hirschey Marrese
  • 6 January 2021

  • Admonishing: A paradoxical pragmatic behaviour in ancient China
    Dániel Z. Kádár, Juliane House, Fengguang Liu & Yulong Song
  • 30 November 2020

  • Metapragmatic comments on relating across cultures: Korean students’ uncertainties over relating to UK academics
    Kyung Hye Kim & Helen Spencer-Oatey
  • 18 November 2020

  • Managing trouble spots in conversation: Other-initiated repair elicitations produced by a bilingual youth with autism
    Wendy Klein
  • Taboo vocatives in the language of London teenagers
    Ignacio M. Palacios Martínez
  • 17 November 2020

  • Positively bitter and negatively sweet? Conventional implicatures and compatibility condition of emotive taste terms in Korean vs. English
    Suwon Yoon
  • 10 November 2020

  • Mi-nominalizations in Japanese Wakamono Kotoba ‘youth language’
    Tohru Seraku
  • 6 November 2020

  • Alternative questions and their responses in English interaction
    Veronika Drake | PRAG 31:1 (2021) pp. 62–86
  • 2 September 2020

  • Enacting ‘Being with You’: Vocative uses of du (“you”) in German everyday interaction
    Pepe Droste & Susanne Günthner | PRAG 31:1 (2021) p. 87
  • 25 August 2020

  • The functional components of telephone conversation opening phase in Jordanian Arabic
    Mohammed Nahar Al-Ali & Rana N. Abu-Abah | PRAG 31:1 (2021) p. 6
  • Dear, my dear, my lady, your ladyship : Meaning and use of address term modulation by my
    Anouk Buyle | PRAG 31:1 (2021) pp. 33–61
  • A Tale of four measures of pragmatic knowledge in an EFL institutional context
    Rasoul Mohammad Hosseinpur, Reza Bagheri Nevisi & Abdolreza Lowni | PRAG 31:1 (2021) pp. 114–143
  • The pragmeme of disagreement and its allopracts in English and Serbian political interview discourse
    Milica Radulović & Vladimir Ž. Jovanović | PRAG 30:4 (2020) pp. 586–613
  • The pragmatics of text-emoji co-occurrences on Chinese social media
    Xiran Yang & Meichun Liu | PRAG 31:1 (2021) pp. 144–172
  • 24 July 2020

  • Bonding across Chinese social media: The pragmatics of language play in “精 (sang)  (xin)  (bing)  (kuang)” construction
    Chaoqun Xie, Ying Tong & Francisco Yus | PRAG 30:3 (2020) pp. 431–457
  • 20 July 2020

  • Complaint management on Twitter – evolution of interactional patterns on Polish corporate profiles
    Anna Tereszkiewicz | PRAG 30:3 (2020) pp. 405–430
  • 3 July 2020

  • The Korean hortative construction revisited: Prototypical and extended functions
    Ahrim Kim & Iksoo Kwon | PRAG 30:3 (2020) pp. 351–380
  • 5 June 2020

  • The “Long List” in oral interactions: Definition, examples, context, and some of its achievements
    Gonen Dori-Hacohen | PRAG 30:3 (2020) pp. 303–325
  • Swearwords reinterpreted: New variants and uses by young Chinese netizens on social media platforms
    Bin Li, Yan Dou, Yingting Cui & Yuqi Sheng | PRAG 30:3 (2020) pp. 381–404
  • 3 June 2020

  • Identity (self-)deconstruction in Chinese police’s civil conflict mediation
    Wenjing Feng & Xinren Chen | PRAG 30:3 (2020) pp. 326–350
  • 13 March 2020

  • The pragmatics of ritual: An introduction
    Dániel Z. Kádár & Juliane House | PRAG 30:1 (2020) pp. 1–14
  • 6 March 2020

  • Emotions through texts and images: A multimodal analysis of reactions to the Brexit vote on Flickr
    Catherine Bouko | PRAG 30:2 (2020) pp. 222–246
  • Any #JesuisIraq planned?: Claiming affective displays for forgotten places
    Barbara De Cock & Andrea Pizarro Pedraza | PRAG 30:2 (2020) pp. 201–221
  • The shared story of #JeSuisAylan on Twitter: Story participation and stancetaking in visual small stories
    Korina Giaxoglou & Tereza Spilioti | PRAG 30:2 (2020) pp. 277–302
  • Affectivity in the #jesuisCharlie Twitter discussion
    Marjut Johansson & Veronika Laippala | PRAG 30:2 (2020) pp. 179–200
  • Introduction: Networked practices of emotion and stancetaking in reactions to mediatized events and crises
    Korina Giaxoglou & Marjut Johansson | PRAG 30:2 (2020) pp. 169–178
  • 4 February 2020

  • The rite of reintegrative shaming in Chinese public dispute mediation
    Yongping Ran, Linsen Zhao & Dániel Z. Kádár | PRAG 30:1 (2020) pp. 40–63
  • 18 December 2019

  • “By the elders’ leave, I do” Rituals, ostensivity and perceptions of the moral order in Iranian Tehrani marriage ceremonies
    Sofia A Koutlaki | PRAG 30:1 (2020) p. 88
  • 6 December 2019

  • Urban interaction ritual: Strangership, civil inattention and everyday incivilities in public space
    Mervyn Horgan | PRAG 30:1 (2020) pp. 116–141
  • “I can’t believe #Ziggy #Stardust died” Stance, fan identities and multimodality in reactions to the death of David Bowie on Instagram
    David Matley | PRAG 30:2 (2020) pp. 247–276
  • 3 December 2019

  • Korean general extenders tunci ha and kena ha ‘or something’: Approximation, hedging, and pejorative stance in cross-linguistic comparison
    Minju Kim | PRAG 30:4 (2020) pp. 557–585
  • Ritual frames: A contrastive pragmatic approach
    Dániel Z. Kádár & Juliane House | PRAG 30:1 (2020) pp. 142–168
  • 26 November 2019

  • Parliamentary impoliteness and the interpreter’s gender
    Magdalena Bartłomiejczyk | PRAG 30:4 (2020) pp. 459–484
  • 22 November 2019

  • Calling Mr Speaker ‘Mr Speaker’: The strategic use of ritual references to the Speaker of the UK House of Commons
    Peter Bull, Anita Fetzer & Dániel Z. Kádár | PRAG 30:1 (2020) pp. 64–87
  • Confronting blackface: Stancetaking in the Dutch Black Pete debate
    Sigurd D’hondt | PRAG 30:4 (2020) pp. 485–508
  • The socialisation of interactional rituals: A case study of ritual cursing as a form of teasing in Romani
    Dániel Z. Kádár & Andrea Szalai | PRAG 30:1 (2020) pp. 15–39
  • 19 November 2019

  • Pragmatic functions of I think in computer-mediated, cross-cultural communication between Taiwanese and Japanese undergraduate students
    Maria Angela Diaz, Ken Lau & Chia-Yen Lin | PRAG 30:4 (2020) pp. 509–531
  • 18 November 2019

  • Dimensions of recipe register and native speaker knowledge: Observations from a writing experiment
    Michiko Kaneyasu & Minako Kuhara | PRAG 30:4 (2020) pp. 532–556