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  1. Jef Verschueren, Selected Papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference

Message 1: Selected Papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 1999 14:21:35 +0200
From: Jef Verschueren <>
Subject: Selected Papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference

Selected Papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference

Two volumes of proceedings of the 6th International Pragmatics 
Conference (Reims, 19-24 July 1998), with a small but representative 
selection from a total of 265 submitted papers, were published by the 
International Pragmatics Association in March 1999. Below are the 
bibliographical details. The edition is limited! Order your copy now if 
you have not made use of our prepublication offer.

LANGUAGE AND IDEOLOGY: Selected papers from the 6th International 
Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 1. Edited by Jef Verschueren. Antwerp: 
International Pragmatics Association. x + 595 pp. ISBN: 90-801148-2-0. 
Paper. US$ 36.--/ BF 1300/ 80 32.=96. Discount rate for IPrA members 
only: US$ 25.=96/BF 900/ =80 22.=96. All shipping and handling included.

Table of contents:

Karen L. ADAMS, Democrats v. Republicans v. others: The construction of 
major and minor identities in televised political debates 1

Richard J. ALEXANDER, Ecological commitment in business: A 
computer-corpus-based critical discourse analysis 14

Jannis K. ANDROUTSOPOULOS, Displays of subcultural identity in mediated 
(printed) discourse 25

Paul BAYLEY, Lexis in British parliamentary debate: Collocation patterns 

Adriana BOL=CDVAR, The linguistic pragmatics of political pronouns in 
Venezuelan Spanish 56

Joseph M. COTS, Luci NUSSBAUM & Amparo TUS=D3N, Linguistic ideology, 
teachers' discourse and the official curriculum in Catalonia 70

 Steven CUSHING, The pragmatics of person and the 
meaning of murder 79

Cynthia DICKEL DUNN, Coming of age in Japan: Language ideology and the 
acquisition of formal speech registers 89

Anita FETZER, Challenging the unspoken: Exploiting the ideology in and 
of political interviews 98

Irene FONTE & Rodney WILLIAMSON, "Speaking softly" to the Cuban people: 
Ideological variants in two versions of Theodore Roosevelt's 1906 
letter to the Cuban nation, as published in two Cuban newspapers 114

Alexandra GEORGAKOPOULOU, Doing youth in and through conversational 
narratives 125

Diane G=C9RIN-LAJOIE, Representation of self: Cultural and linguistic 
identity in minority settings 143

Eric GRILLO, L'id=E9ologie comme "=E9cart": Une contribution 
pragmatique =E0 la critique de l'id=E9ologie 163

Helena HALMARI, Discourse of death: The function of the local newspaper 
coverage of Huntsville, Texas executions 179

Bruce HAWKINS, Matters of life and death: The role of iconographic 
reference in the language of oppression 206

Atsuko HONDA, Harmony as an ideological constraint on Japanese behavior 

Nancy H. HORNBERGER, Language policy and ideological paradox: Bilingual 
intercultural education in the Andes 223

Kyoko INOUE, The development of the concept of a democratic individual: 
A case study from Japanese language and social thought 246

 Geert JACOBS, Hegemony in the news 254

Sotaro KITA, Japanese ideology of conversation and its structural 
manifestations: A study of aiduchi and head nods 262

Paul V. KROSKRITY, Language ideologies, language shift, and the 
imagination of a Western Mono community: The recontextualization of a 
coyote story 270

Amy KYRATZIS & Patricia MAYES, Gender, emotion, and ideology: Language 
socialization in girls' and boys' nursery school friendship groups 

Walter LAMMI, The "linguistic turn" in the hermeneutics of ideology 309

Gerda LAUERBACH, From macro to micro and back: Framing, footing, and 
genre in recent TV election night coverages 317

Maria Francisca LIER-DE VITTO, Theory as ideology in the approach to 
deviant linguistic facts 344

Yoshiko MATSUMOTO, Japanese stylistic choices and ideologies across 
generations 352

Allan Kerr McDOUGALL & Lisa Philips VALENTINE, Negotiating 
ideology/identity: Nationalism vs. statism in Canadian parliamentary 
debate 365

Donna R. MILLER, Meaning up for grabs: Value-orientation patterns in 
British parliamentary debate on Europe 386

Edward A. MINER, Reconciling =91political neutrality' and =91cultural 
authenticity' in the language syllabus: Uganda in the 1990's 405

Yumiko OHARA, Ideology of language and gender: A critical discourse 
analysis of Japanese prescriptive texts 422

Yuling PAN, Public literate design and ideological shift: A case study 
of Mainland China and Hong Kong 433

Donna R. PATRICK, Language and power in an arctic Qu=E9bec community 452

Jeannine RICHARD-ZAPPELLA, Questionnement par sondages et id=E9ologie 

Scott SAFT, Rethinking the connection between harmony and interaction in 
Japanese: Back-channels on a political debate program 477

Marina SBIS=C0, Ideology and the persuasive use of presupposition 492

Joanne Claire SILVERBERG, Culture wars - Rome 56 B.C. 510

Thomas L. SIMMONS, Face threats in a faceless medium: Negotiating 
ideological parameters in computer mediated communication 514

Magda STROINSKA, & Branka POPOVIC, Discourse of black and white and 
stereotyping: Some linguistic principles of hate-speech 544

Maria TARANTINO, Words and their meaning in a constructivistic approach 
to scientific writing 560

Tuija VIRTANEN, Attribution of knowledge in argumentative student 
writing as evidence for educational ideology: A preliminary study 577

James M. WILCE, Jr., Coping with the language of madness in rural 
Bangladesh: Aesthetics and language ideologies 584

PRAGMATICS IN 1998: Selected papers from the 6th International 
Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2. Edited by Jef Verschueren. Antwerp: 
International Pragmatics Association. x + 618 pp. ISBN: 90-801148-3-9. 
Paper. US$ 36.--/ BF 1300/ =80 32.=96. Discount rate for IPrA members 
only: US$ 25.=96/BF 900/ =80 22.=96. All shipping and handling included.

Table of contents

Antoine AUCHLIN, Les dimensions de l'analyse pragmatique du discours 
dans une approche exp=E9rientielle et syst=E9mique de la comp=E9tence 
discursive 1

Christiane A. M. BALTAXE & Nora D'ANGIOLA, Social communication 
behaviors in tuberous sclerosis and autism 23

Josie BERNICOT & Mireille ROUX, The pragmatic aspects of language of 
only children and second born children: Analysis of conversations 
between French-speaking mothers and children 33

Roxane BERTRAND & Robert ESPESSER, Prosodie et discours rapport=E9: La 
mise en sc=E8ne des voix 45

Marcella BERTUCCELLI PAPI, Implicitness to whom? 57

Angela CHAN, On overlapping in Cantonese conversation 73

Elizabeth CLOSS TRAUGOTT, The role of pragmatics in semantic change 93

Annie COLAS & Monique VION, Ajustement au destinataire en t=E2che de 
communication r=E9f=E9rentielle: La r=E9gulation visuelle 103

Oswald DUCROT, Argumentation et inf=E9rence 117

Derek EDWARDS, Shared knowledge as a performative and rhetorical 
category 130

Nathalie FRANKEN, The status of the principle of relevance in relevance 
theory 142

Seiko FUJII, What can =91things' (=91mono') do for propositional 
attitudes in Japanese discourse? 159

Mar=EDa Marta GARC=CDA NEGRONI, R=E9interpr=E9tation et connecteurs: Le 
cas des connecteurs ench=E9rissants et des connecteurs reformulatifs 172

Mich=E8le GROSSEN & Denis APOTH=C9LOZ, Positions and position markers in 
conversational episodes containing sensitive topics 181

Mich=E8le GUIDETTI, Agreement and refusal messages in young French 
children: A pragmatic study 189

Fran=E7oise HAMMER & Daniela VERONESI, Between formality and 
originality: Answering machine outgoing messages in comparison 198

Yoko HASEGAWA, Tense-aspect controversy revisited: The -ta and -ru forms 
in Japanese 225

Jo van den HAUWE & Boris METS, Teachers' interactional orientation to 
pupils' replies 241

Elizabeth HOLT, Reported speech and recipients' reactions in 
interaction 261

Katarzyna M. JASZCZOLT, The semantics-pragmatics interface: Evidence 
from definite descriptions 276

Jacques JAYEZ & Corinne ROSSARI, Du coup: Un connecteur situationnel 290

Istv=E1n KECSK=C9S, Situation-bound utterances from an interlanguage 
perspective 299

Masja KEMPEN, Elma BLOM, Steven GILLIS & Frank WIJNEN, Do Dutch children 
learn root infinitives from their mothers? 310

Salla KURHILA, Does nativeness legitimize correcting? 321

 Anne LEFEBVRE, Regard et mise en mots 331

Isabelle LEGLISE, Le probl=E8me de l'adresse en situation 
d'interaction plurilocuteurs dans les avions de la patrouille maritime 

 Larisa LEISI=D6, Code-switching in reported speech 

Diana M. LEWIS, From modal adverbial to discourse connective: Some 
rhetorical effects in present-day English 363

Samy Ben MESSAOUD, Balthazar Gibert (1662-1741), pr=E9curseur de la 
pragmatique 376

 Christine MICHAUX, Est-il justifi=E9 de placer les 
topo=EF dans la langue? 383

Lorenza MONDADA & Fran=E7oise ZAY, Parenth=E8ses et processus de 
configuration th=E9matique: Vers une red=E9finition de la notion de 
topic 396

 Enik=C5 N=C9METH & K=E1roly BIBOK, Implicit 
arguments in Hungarian 412

Simona PEKAREK, Linguistic forms and social interaction: Why do we 
specify referents more than is necessary for their identification? 427

Laurent PERRIN, La fonction des reprises diaphoniques locales dans le 
dialogue 448

Eddy ROULET, Etude des interrelations entre diff=E9rents plans 
d'organisation d'un dialogue cin=E9matographique 462

Suellen RUNDQUIST, Indirectness and social reality: The interaction of 
power with status, age, and gender 476

Fran=E7oise SALAGER-MEYER, Professional conflict in 19th and 20th 
century academic writing 490

Anne SALAZAR ORVIG, Interpr=E9tations et jeux de places dans la 
dynamique dialogique d'entretiens cliniques 505

Shie SATO & Shigeko OKAMOTO, Reexamination of Japanese "cooperative" 
communication style 518

Maria SIFIANOU, Opening telephone interactions in Greek 528

Meghan SUMNER, Are you there?: Self-interruption and the restructuring 
of conversation 536

Paul O. TAKAHARA, Pragmatic functions of discourse markers in English 
and Japanese 547

Robert VION, De l'instabilit=E9 des positionnements =E9nonciatifs dans
le discours 577

Jacqueline VISCONTI, Conditional connectives at the semantics-pragmatics
interface: A comparative perspective 590

Dina Rudolph YOSHIMI, The language of interdependence in Japanese
vertical relationships 606

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