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Pragmatics 29:2 and 29:3

donderdag 10 oktober 2019  
Posted by: Jef Verschueren
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PRAGMATICS 29:3 (September 2019)

The ethnopragmatics of Akan advice, KofiAgyekum

Language socialization across borders: Producing scalar subjectivities through material-affective semiosis, LynnetteArnold

The group in the self: A corpus-assisted discourse studies approach to personal and group communication at the European Parliament, María Calzada Pérez

Modulating troubles affiliating in initial interactions: The role of remedial accounts, Natalie Flint,Michael Haugh and Andrew John Merrison

Appraising and reappraising of compliments and the provision of responses: Automatic and non-automatic reactions, Mostafa Morady Moghaddam

Tracing emergent multilectal styles: Forms and functions of code-switching among Ovambos in urban Namibia, Gerald Stell

 

PRAGMATICS 29:2 (June 2019)

 

SPECIAL ISSUE

 Irregular perspective shifts and perspective persistence: Discourse-oriented and theoretical approaches, Caroline Gentens,María Sol Sansiñena, Stef Spronck and An Van linden

ARTICLES

Changing perspectives:Something old, something new, Lieven Vandelanotte

Recursive embedding of viewpoints, irregularity, and the role for a flexible framework, Max van Duijn and Arie Verhagen

The emergence of viewpoints in multiple perspective constructions, Sonja Zeman

In the beginning there was conversation: Fictive direct speech in the Hebrew Bible, Sergeiy Sandler and Esther Pascual

Solega defenestration: Underspecified perspective shift in an unwritten Dravidian language, Aung Si and StefSpronck

EPILOGUE

Indexical ‘mismatch’; or, adaptability at work, Jef Verschueren