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Pragmatics : an advanced resource book for students

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Personal Author
Archer, Dawn. Aijmer, Karin. Wichmann, Anne, 1946-.
Title Statement
Pragmatics : an advanced resource book for students / Dawn Archer, Karin Aijmer, Anne Wichmann.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York :   Routledge,   2012.  
Physical Medium
xxiv, 325 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge applied linguistics
9780415497862 9780415497879 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Pragmatics. Linguistics.
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Table of Contents

Section A: Introduction A1. The Origins of Pragmatics A2. Research Methods in Pragmatics A3. The Semantic-Pragmatic Interface A4. Speech Acts: Doing Things With Words A5.Implicature A6. Pragmatics and discourse A7. Pragmatic Markers A8. Pragmatics, Facework and Im/Politeness A9. Pragmatics, Prosody and Gesture A10. Cross-cultural pragmatics A11. Historical Pragmatics A12. Pragmatics and Power Section B: Extension B1. The Origins of Pragmatics. Readings: B Nerlich ,History of Pragmatics (2010). G. Leech, Principles of pragmatics (1983). B2. Research Methods in Pragmatics. Readings: G Kasper, Data collection in pragmatics research (2000). J.- van der Henst and D Sperber, Testing the cognitive and communicative principles of relevance (2004) T. Kohnen, Historical corpus pragmatics (2009) B3. The Semantic-Pragmatic Interface. Readings: K.M Jasczolt, Semantics-pragmatics interface (2010). R. Stalnaker, Pragmatic presuppositions (1974). N. J. Enfield, The definition of what d’you-call-it: semantics and pragmatics of recognitional deixis (2003) B4. Speech Acts: Doing Things With Words Readings: J. Manes and N. Wolfson ,The compliment formula (1981). A Jucker, Speech act research between armchair, field and laboratory. The case of compliments. (2009). M. Eisenstein and J. Bodman, Expressing gratitude in American English (1993) B5. Implicature Readings H.P. Grice, Logic and conversation (1989). G. Leech, Semantics: the study of meaning (1981). D. Wilson, Relevance Theory (2010). B6. Pragmatics and the Structure of discourse Readings: A. Tsui, English conversation (1994). M. Stubbs, Discourse analysis (1983). M. McCarthy, Talking back: "small" interactional response tokens in everyday conversation (2003) B7. Pragmatic Markers Readings: G. Diani, The discourse functions of I don’t know in English conversation (2004). G. Gilquin, Hesitation markers among EFL learners: pragmatic deficiency or difference? (2008). C. Ruhlemann, Conversation in context. A corpus-drive approach (2007). B8. Pragmatics, Facework and (im)politeness Readings: J. O’Driscoll, Brown and Levinson’s face- how it can and can’t help us to understand interaction across cultures (2007). R. Watts, Politeness (2003). J Culpeper, D. Bousfield and A. Wichmann, Impoliteness revisited: with special reference to dynamic and prosodic aspects (2003). B9. Prosody: Intonation Readings: I. Mennen, Phonological and phonetic influences in non-native intonation (2007). A Wichmann, The intonation of please-requests: a corpus based study (2004). C Gussenhoven, The phonology of tone and intonation (2004). B10. Cross-Cultural Communication Readings: A. Wierzbicka, Cross-cultural pragmatics (2003). J. Thomas, Cross-cultural pragmatic failure (1983). M Argyl, Bodily communication (1988) B11. Historical Pragmatics Readings: J. Culpeper, Historical pragmatics (2010). T. Kohnen, Historical corpus pragmatics (2009). I. Taavitsainen and A.H. Jucker, Methinks you seem more beautiful than ever (2008). B12. Analysing Power Readings: T. Van Dijk, Discourse, context and cognition (2006). S. Harris, Pragmatics and power (1995). K. Haworth, The dynamics of power and resistance in police interview discourse (2006). Section C: Exploration C1. Choosing, Transcribing and Annotating a Dataset C2. Exploring Routinised Speech Acts Using Corpora C3. Testing for Implicatures C4. The Organization of Discourse Structure C5. Pragmatic Markers: Further Explorations C6. Facework and Im/Politeness C7. Prosody and Non-Verbal communication C8. Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Pragmatics C9. Power. References

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