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TOC: Journal of Pragmatics 42/8 (2010)

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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 42, No. 8 (2010)

Message 1: Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 42, No. 8 (2010)
Date: 24-May-2010
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 42, No. 8 (2010)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Journal of Pragmatics
Volume Number: 42
Issue Number: 8
Issue Date: 2010

Subtitle: Face in Interaction

Main Text:

1. Face in interaction
Pages 2073-2077
Michael Haugh, Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini

2. Constituting face in conversation: Face, facework, and interactional achievement
Pages 2078-2105
Robert B. Arundale

3. Jocular mockery, (dis)affiliation, and face
Pages 2106-2119
Michael Haugh

4. Teasing and ambivalent face in Japanese multi-party discourse
Pages 2120-2130
Naomi Geyer

5. Face as an indexical category in interaction
Pages 2131-2146
Şükriye Ruhi

6. Ethnomethodology and the moral accountability of interaction: Navigating the
conceptual terrain of ‘face’ and face-work
Pages 2147-2157
Dalvir Samra-Fredericks

7. “Just tell us what to do”: Southern African face and its relevance to
intercultural communication
Pages 2158-2171
Karen Grainger, Sara Mills, Mandla Sibanda

Regular Papers

8. Testimonies in the British and Spanish Parliaments: A contrastive study on
domestic/gender violence
Pages 2172-2180
Aurelia Carranza Márquez

9. Remorseless apology: Analysing a political letter
Pages 2181-2188
Joseph Kimoga

10. The coordination of talk and action in the collaborative construction of a
multimodal text
Pages 2189-2203
Rod Gardner, Mike Levy

11. A multi-layered approach to speech events: The case of Spanish
justificational conjunctions
Pages 2204-2218
Patrick Goethals

12. A conversation analytic study of gestures that engender repair in ESL
conversational tutoring
Pages 2219-2239
Mi-Suk Seo, Irene Koshik

13. Presumed knowledge in the discursive construction of socio-political and
cultural identity
Pages 2240-2252
John Flowerdew, Solomon Leong

14. Constructing identities through request e-mail discourse
Pages 2253-2261
Victor Ho

15. Cross-cultural and situational variation in requesting behaviour:
Perceptions of social situations and strategic usage of request patterns
Pages 2262-2281
Maria Economidou-Kogetsidis

16. A corpus comparison of the use of I don’t know by British and New Zealand
Pages 2282-2296
Lynn E. Grant

17. Acquisition of Relevance implicatures: A case against a Rationality-based
account of conversational implicatures
Pages 2297-2313
Anna Verbuk, Thomas Shultz

18. Intensionality, modality, and rationality: Some presemantic considerations
Pages 2314-2346
John-Michael Kuczynski


19. Erratum to “Strategic uses of parliamentary forms of address: The case of
the U.K. Parliament and the Swedish Riksdag” [J. Pragmatics 42 (2010) 885–911]
and “Pseudo-parliamentary discourse in a Communist dictatorship: Dissenter
Parvulescu vs. dictator Ceausescu” [J. Pragmatics 42 (2010) 924–942]
Page 2347
Mihai Daniel Frumuselu, Cornelia Ilie

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