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Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 13:33:26 +0700
From: Krisadawan Hongladarom <hkrisadachula.ac.th>
Subject: Politeness Symposium - Program


PROGRAM
International Sysmpoium on Linguistic Politeness: Theoretical Approaches
and Intercultural Perspectives (ISLP 99)

Symposium Venue: Boromrajakumari Building (BRK)

First Floor 	 Registration
Seventh Floor 	Coffee & Tea Breaks; Lunches; Welcoming
 Reception
A 	Room 601 	Paper Sessions
B 	Room 707 	Paper Sessions
C	Room 708 	Paper Sessions
D 	Room 503 	Plenary Sessions
			(Invited Lectures & Concluding Session)

Symposium Dinner: To Be Announced

7 DECEMBER 1999

 7.30-8.15 Registration
 8.30-8.45 Report by the Dean of Faculty of Arts
 	8.45-9.15 Opening Address by the President of
 Chulalongkorn University
 9.15-10.30 Invited Lecture
 Sachiko Ide, "How and why honorifics can
 signify dignity and/or grace: Indexicality
 and reflexivity of linguistic rituals"
 10.30-11.00 Break
 11.00-12.00 Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A1: MODALS & DIMINUTIVES
 Peter Collins, "Modality and politeness in
 Australian English"
 Martha Mendoza, "Polite diminutives in
 Spanish: Is it a matter of size"
 SESSION B1: CROSSING CULTURES (1)
 Chris Conlan, "Structuring politeness: Face
 threatening acts, primary face threatening
 acts, and the managing of discourse"
 Jonathan Leather, "Politeness in a
 non-native language: Constraints on
 acquisition and instruction"
 SESSION C1: THEORETICAL APPROACHES
 Marina Terkourafi, "The expression of
 politeness in Cypriot Greek: An argument
 for a frame-based approach"
 Rome Chiranukrom, "Politeness, activity
 types and role-relation"
 12.00-13.00 	Lunch
 13.00-14.30 	Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A2: INDIRECTNESS
 Alexandria Kallia, "Indirectness as a
 source of misunderstanding in the
 communication between Europeans: The case
 of requests and suggestions"
 Deeyu Srinarawat, "Indirectness as a
 communicative politeness strategy of Thai
 speakers"
 Nicola Schmidt-Renfree, "Politeness - The
 indirect expression of social values
 through ritualization: Studies of thankers'
 and thankees' verbal strategies"
 SESSION B2: NOVEL AREAS OF EXPLORATION
 Yibing Zhao, "Politeness in international
 business cooperation"
 Rudoft Reinelt, "Politeness and new
 communicative virtues in Japan"
 Seamus Cooney, "Politeness in some English
 poems"
 SESSION C2: SOCIO-CULTURAL NOTIONS
 Herman Hendriks, "Linguistic politeness and
 the civilizing process"
 Andre Wlodarczik, "Towards an unified
 theory of person and respect"
 Mark Le, "Privacy: Intercultural problems"
 14.30-15.00 	Break
 15.00-16.30	Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A3: INTERACTIONS IN THAI
 COMMUNITIES
 Thom Huebner, "Politeness forms and
 language maintenance in a Thai expatriot
 community"
 Issara Choosri, "One woman, many faces:
 Thai female's switching of self-reference
 as a politeness strategy"
 William Clark, "Face expectations in the
 Thai classroom" 
	 	 SESSION B3: DISCURSIVE PRACTICES
 Chairat Permpikul & Chotiros Permpikul,
 "Doctors' politeness strategies in breaking
 news"
 Peansiri Vongvipanond, "I know it's my turn
 but you can speak anyway"
 Necdet Osam, "The Turkish courtroom
 discourse and politeness: A sociolinguistic
 approach"
 SESSION C3: ARGUMENTS ON "FACE"
 Leela Bilmes Goldstein, "Thai face: A
 challenge to Brown and Levinson"
 Yoshika Matsumura & Kyoko Chinami,
 "Politeness in Japanese conversation
 between people with different social
 ranking: A discourse-based review of Brown
 and Levinson"
 Ken Turner, "Wx = D(S,H) + P(H,S) + Rx"
 18.00-20.00 	Welcoming Reception

8 DECEMBER 1999
 9.15-10.30 	Invited Lecture
 Bruce Fraser, "Pragmatics, politeness, and
			perlocutions"
 10.30-11.00 Break
 11.00-12.00 	Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A4: ON THAI "FACE"
 Wilaiwan Khanittanan, "The changing 'faces'
 of Thai politeness"
 Margaret Ukosakul, "The significance of \
 'face' in social interaction as revealed
 through the analysis of Thai 'face' idioms"
 SESSION B4: MAKING REQUESTS
 Masako Tsuzuki, Kazuhiro Takahashi, Cathy
 Patchke, and Qin Zhang, "A cross-cultural
 look at requests benefiting the addressee:
 U.S. and China"
 Chayada Thanavisuth, "Making requests by
 native speakers of Thai"
 SESSION C4: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
 Alan Hyun-Oak Kim, Another face of Brown &
 Levinson's FACE: Some honorific principles
 in Japanese"
 Mayumi Usami, "On the notion of "discourse
			politeness": Based on the analyses of
 Japanese conversations"
 12.00-13.00 	Lunch
	13.00-14.30 	Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A5: FORMS & STRATEGIES IN SEA
 LANGUAGES (1)
 Sophana Srichampa, "Vietnamese politeness"
 Suwilai Premsrirat, "Politeness in Khmu
 culture"
 Jacqueline Huggins," Linguistic etiquette
 of confrontation and other situations as
 practiced in the Philippines"
 SESSION B5: CYBERPOLITENESS
			Chaochi Liao, "Emailing politeness:
 Chinese, German and the USA discourse
 analysis"
 Robert Fouser, and Chungmin Lee, "Honorific
 usage in Korean computer-mediated
 communication: Toward a new definition of
 politeness"
 Krisadawan Hongladarom, and Soraj
 Hongladarom, "Politeness ideology in
 computer-mediated communication: A look at
 pantip.com"
 SESSION C5: COGNITION AND PROCESSING
 Sudaporn Luksaneeyanawin, "The cognition of
 politeness: A study of lexical concepts"
 Tamotsu Shirado, and Hitoshi Isahara, "A
 computational model for politeness: Changes
 in politeness by adding word endings"
 14.30-15.00 	Break
	15.00-16.30 	Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A6: PERSONAL REFERENCE
 Andrew Barke, and Satoshi Uehara, "Working
 on politeness: Strategies in the
 maintenance of politeness in Japanese
 second person reference"
 Stephen Nolan, "Lexically marked politeness
 in Standard Japanese personal referentials"
 Anders Ahlqvist, "Forms of address in
 Swedish and Irish"
 SESSION B6: CHILD LANGUAGE
 Chotiros Permpikul, "Positive politeness in
 Thai preschoolers"
 Bella Leung, "Polite usage of terms of
 address versus personal pronouns in
 bilingual children"
 Harriet Dunbar, "A study of speech acts of
 "child" politeness"
 SESSION C6: CROSS-CULTURAL STRATEGIES
 Suraiya Mohd Ali, "Linguistic politeness in
			intercultural communication"
 Ekaterini Kouletaki, "Universality of
 politeness strategies: A comparison between
 male speakers of English and Greek, and
 female speakers of English and Greek"
 Anju Saxena, "Politeness in Kinnauri and
			cross-cultural translation"
 18.00-21.00 	Symposium Dinner
 
9 DECEMBER 1999
 9.15-10.30 	 Invited Lecture
 Robin Lakoff, "Civility and its
 discontents"
 10.30-11.00 	 Break
 11.00-12.00 	 Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A7: PARTICLES IN TAI
 Amara Prasithrathsint, "Syntactic
 distribution and communicative function of
 the /kh/ polite particles in Thai"
 Guihua Lu, and Margaret Milliken,
 "Politeness and sentence-final particles in
 Wuming Zhuang"
 SESSION B7: CROSSING CULTURES (2)
 Pranee Chokkajitsumpun, "Politeness
 strategies in Chinese greeting (Chinese &
 American cases)"
 Robert Everett, "Terms of address and face
 in a bilingual, multicultural educational
 environment"
 SESSION C7: THE THAI WAYS
 Nuttaporn Panpothong, "Thai ways of saying
 "no" to a request"
 Voravudhi Chirasombutti, "Refinement: One
 way of expressing politeness - A case study
 of self-reference pronouns in Japanese and
 Thai"
 12.00-13.00 	Lunch
 13.00-14.30 	Parallel Sessions
 SESSION A8: FORMULAIC SPEECH
 Chikako Sakurai, and Megumi Yoshida,
 "Japanese honorifics as a marker of
 sociocultural identity: A view from
 non-western perspectives"
 Therasa Savage, "The politeness of visiting
 in Japanese"
 Mikiko Takekuro, "Formulaic speech and
 social conventions in linguistic politeness
 of Japanese
 SESSION B8: RUDENESS
 Derek Bousfield and Jonathan Culpeper,
 "Putting impoliteness in context: Offensive
 and defensive phenomena in car parking
 disputes"
 Josef Szakos, "When rudeness means "You are
			welcome": Politeness in Tsou and other
 aboriginal languages of Taiwan"
			Bahaa-Edd M. Mazid, "Impolitely speaking:
 Insults in an upper Egyptian community"
 SESSION C8: FORMS & STRATEGIES IN SEA
 LANGUAGES (2)
 Lakhana Daoratanahong, "Linguistic and
 cultural politeness in Lisu"
			Trinh Sam, "Some remarks on polite manner
 in Vietnamese language"
 15.00-16.30 	Concluding Session

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Krisadawan Hongladarom

Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University,
Bangkok10330 Thailand, Tel.662-2184690; Fax. 662-218-4697 Email:
hkrisadachula.ac.th

Personal webpage
<http://pioneer.chula.ac.th/~hkrisada/www/Krisadawan.html>;

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