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LINGUIST List 20.2395

Sat Jul 04 2009

Confs: Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics/Australia

Editor for this issue: Elyssa Winzeler <elyssalinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Michael Haugh, International Symposium on Face and Politeness

Message 1: International Symposium on Face and Politeness
Date: 30-Jun-2009
From: Michael Haugh <m.haughgriffith.edu.au>
Subject: International Symposium on Face and Politeness
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International Symposium on Face and Politeness
Short Title: ISFP09

Date: 10-Jul-2009 - 10-Jul-2009
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Contact: Michael Haugh
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

This one-day symposium focuses on the relationship between face and im/politeness from a range of theoretical and methodological perspectives

10 July 2009, Ship Inn, Griffith University

Arrival tea and coffee

Plenary: Sukriye Ruhi (Middle East Technical University): A Place for Emotions in Conceptualizing Face and Relational Work

Morning tea


Parallel session A:

Cakir (Gazi University): Baş 'Head', Göz 'Eye', and Ayak 'Foot' as Complementary Concepts to Yüz 'Face' in Turkish Politeness

Abdullah Bin Towairesh (University of Queensland): A Study of Address Terms Used in Different Situations in the City of Riyadh

Mohammad Fadzeli Jaafar, Marlyna Maros and Maslida Yusof (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia): Request Markers Among Malaysian Students: Styles and Strategies

Yasuhisa Watanabe (Griffith University): Face and Politeness: Two Sides of the Same Coin?

Parallel session B:

Sage Lambert Graham (University of Memphis): (Im)politeness and Identity Online

Meredith Marra (Victoria University of Wellington): Unintentional Impoliteness at Work: Skilled Migrants in HighSstakes Intercultural Communication

Kazuyo Murata (Ryokoku University): Coexistence of a Whole and a Self in Japanese Politeness: Examples From Humour in Business Meetings

Oliver Hambling-Jones and Andrew John Merrison (York St John University): Engineering Affiliation by Pursuing 'Agreeables'



Parallel session A:

Jim O'Driscoll (University of Huddersfield): Who's Touchy Now? West Matches East in the Paranoia Stakes

Noriko Inagaki (University of London): A Theoretical Quandary in Brown and Levinson's Idiosyncratic Notion of Face

Yaw Sekyi-Baidoo (University of Education, Winneba): Face and Politeness as
Dynamic Discoursal Manifestation

Parallel session B:

Mark Campana (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies): A Metalanguage of Sound

Andrew John Merrison (York St John University): Doing Aphasia

Angela Ardington (University of Sydney): The Historic 'Sorry': A Necessary First Step

Afternoon tea

Panel on Chinese face and (im)politeness: Chaired by Yuling Pan and Dániel Z Kádar

Yueguo Gu (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences): Face-work in Physical and Social Space-time in Chinese Context

Yuling Pan (U.S. Census Bureau): Facework in Refusal in Chinese Survey Interviews

Dániel Z. Kádár (Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Face and (Im)politeness in Historical Chinese Family Discourse

Carl Hinze (Eversheds LLP, Shanghai): Chinese Politeness is Not About 'Face': Evidence From the Business World

Yun He (Loughborough University): Face and Politeness: Compliment Rejection in Contemporary Chinese

Michael Haugh (Griffith University): Discussant

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