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Wed Jun 09 2010

TOC: Journal of Pragmatics 49/2 (2010)

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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 49, No. 2 (2010)

Message 1: Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 49, No. 2 (2010)
Date: 09-Jun-2010
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 49, No. 2 (2010)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Journal of Pragmatics
Volume Number: 42
Issue Number: 9
Issue Date: 2010

Subtitle: How people talk to Robots and Computers

Main Text:

1. Why it is interesting to investigate how people talk to computers and robots:
Introduction to the special issue
Pages 2349-2354
Kerstin Fischer

2. Linguistic alignment between people and computers
Pages 2355-2368
Holly P. Branigan, Martin J. Pickering, Jamie Pearson, Janet F. McLean

3. Appropriate feedback in asymmetric interactions
Pages 2369-2384
Britta Wrede, Stefan Kopp, Katharina Rohlfing, Manja Lohse, Claudia Muhl

4. User attitude towards an embodied conversational agent: Effects of the
interaction mode
Pages 2385-2397
Nicole Novielli, Fiorella de Rosis, Irene Mazzotta

5. Coordination of verbal and non-verbal actions in human–robot interaction at
museums and exhibitions
Pages 2398-2414
Akiko Yamazaki, Keiichi Yamazaki, Matthew Burdelski, Yoshinori Kuno, Mihoko

6. What? I Didn’t Say THAT!: Linguistic strategies when speaking to write
Pages 2415-2429
Elizabeth J. Meddeb, Patricia Frenz-Belkin

7. The effect of apologetic error messages and mood states on computer users’
self-appraisal of performance
Pages 2430-2448
Mahir Akgun, Kursat Cagiltay, Deniz Zeyrek

Regular Papers

8. ‘Doing’ ethos—A discursive approach to the strategic deployment and
negotiation of identities in meetings
Pages 2449-2461
Jonathan Clifton, Dorien Van De Mieroop

9. Membership-in-action: Operative identities in a family meal
Pages 2462-2474
Carly W. Butler, Richard Fitzgerald

10. Intercultural language socialization of a Chinese MBA student in an American
negotiation class
Pages 2475-2486
Xingsong Shi

11. A cross-linguistic study of self-repair: Evidence from English, German, and
Pages 2487-2505
Barbara A. Fox, Yael Maschler, Susanne Uhmann

12. Referring expressions in English and Korean political news
Pages 2506-2518
Hye-Kyung Lee

13. Linguistic politeness in job applications in Cameroon
Pages 2519-2530
Jean-Guy Mboudjeke

14. Effects of positive politeness strategies in business letters
Pages 2531-2548
Frank Jansen, Daniel Janssen

15. "Do you know where X is?”: Direction-giving and male/female direction-givers
Pages 2549-2561
Jennifer D. Ewald

16. Hjelmslev's Glossematics: A source of inspiration to Systemic Functional
Pages 2562-2578
Carl Bache

17. The discourse function of inverse voice: An experimental study in Teribe
Pages 2579-2600
J. Diego Quesada, Stavros Skopeteas

Book Reviews

18. Political Discourse in the Media: Fetzer, Anita, Lauerbach, Gerda E., Eds.,
John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2007, viiii + 379 pages
Pages 2601-2603
Lena Gialabouki

19. The Routledge Handbook of Multimodal Analysis: Carey Jewitt (Ed.),
Routledge, London, 2009, 340 pages, ISBN 13: 978-0-415-43437-9 (hbk)
Pages 2604-2608
Charles J. Forceville

20. Clinical Pragmatics: Louise Cummings, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
2009, 305 pp., $115
Pages 2609-2611
Yhara Formisano

21. The Discourse of Politics in Action: Politics as Usual: Ruth Wodak, Palgrave
Macmillan, London, 2009, xvi + 252 pp., ISBN 978-0-230-01881-5
Pages 2612-2614
Christina Schäffner

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