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TOC: Journal of Pragmatics 42/6 (2010)

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Message 1: Journal of Pragmatics vol. 42, No. 6 (2010)
Date: 12-May-2010
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Journal of Pragmatics vol. 42, No. 6 (2010)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Journal of Pragmatics
Volume Number: 42
Issue Number: 6
Issue Date: 2010


Subtitle: Laughter in Interaction


Main Text:

1. Social Achievements and Sequential Organization of Laughter: Studies in the
Honor of Gail Jefferson
Pages 1469-1473
Monika Vöge, Johannes Wagner

2. Gail Jefferson 1938–2008
Pages 1474-1475
Johannes Wagner

3. Sometimes a frog in your throat is just a frog in your throat: Gutturals as
(sometimes) laughter-implicative
Pages 1476-1484
Gail Jefferson

4. Interviewer laughs: Shared laughter and asymmetries in employment interviews
Pages 1485-1498
Phillip Glenn

5. Laughter and smiling: Notes on co-occurrences
Pages 1499-1512
Markku Haakana

6. The last laugh: Shared laughter and topic termination
Pages 1513-1525
Elizabeth Holt

7. Laughter in professional meetings: The organization of an emergent ethnic joke
Pages 1526-1542
Vassiliki Markaki, Sara Merlino, Lorenza Mondada, Florence Oloff

8. Putting aspiration into words: ‘Laugh particles’, managing descriptive
trouble and modulating action
Pages 1543-1555
Jonathan Potter, Alexa Hepburn

9. Local identity processes in business meetings displayed through laughter in
complaint sequences
Pages 1556-1576
Monika Vöge


Regular Papers

10. On assertion without free speech
Pages 1577-1594
Asha Tickoo

11. Lying, cheating, and stealing: A study of categorical misdeeds
Pages 1595-1605
Jennifer Bloomquist

12. Socializing politeness routines: Action, other-orientation, and embodiment
in a Japanese preschool
Pages 1606-1621
Matthew Burdelski

13. Interpreting metaphorical statements
Pages 1622-1636
Xu Xu

14. How to pick up a stranger: Study of interlocutory processes in a
flirtatious encounter
Pages 1637-1646
Valérie Saint-Dizier de Almeida, Marie-France Agnoletti

15. Role-play in oral proficiency interviews: Interactive footing and
interactional competencies
Pages 1647-1668
Yusuke Okada

16. The cooperative principle in discourse communities and genres: A framework
for the use of metadiscourse
Pages 1669-1679
Reza Abdi, Manoochehr Tavangar Rizi, Mansoor Tavakoli

17. Repetitions as vocalized fillers and self-repairs in English and French
interlanguages
Pages 1680-1688
Erdogan Bada

18. Apology strategies in Persian
Pages 1689-1699
Mohammad Shariati, Fariba Chamani

19. Agenda and emergence: Contingent and planned activities in a meeting
Pages 1700-1718
Arnulf Deppermann, Reinhold Schmitt, Lorenza Mondada

20. Want and the language socialization of multiple competencies in middle
school dance classes
Pages 1719-1736
Laurie Schick

21. The discourse function of floated quantifiers
Pages 1737-1761
Ann M. Reed


Book Review

22. Humourous Garden-paths: A Pragmatic-cognitive Study: Marta Dynel, Cambridge
Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, 2009, 315 pp., Price: 44.99 GPB, 67.99
USD, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-0140-9
Pages 1762-1763
Giovannantonio Forabosco


Announcement

23. 5th International Maastricht-Łódź Duo Colloquium on “Translation and
Meaning” 2010
Page 1764


For more on the Journal of Pragmatics, see:
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03782166
or visit
http://www.elsevier.com/locate/pragma


Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

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