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Journal Title: Pragmatics
Volume/Issue:   22 / 3
Date: 2012
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22:3 (September 2012)

Reza Abdi
Smoothing the rough edges: Towards a typology of disclaimers in research articles

Tim Greer
Accomplishing multiethnic identity in mundane talk: Half-Japanese teenagers at an international school

Debbie G.E. Ho, Alex Henry, and Sharifah N.H. Alkaff
“You don’t seem to know how to work”: Malay and English spoken complaints in Brunei

Felicitas Macgilchrist
Global subjects: Exploring subjectivation through ethnography of media production

Bernard Mulo Farenkia
Compliment strategies and regional variation in French: Evidence from Cameroon and Canadian French

Gerald Stell
Ethnicity and codeswitching: Ethnic differences in grammatical and pragmatic patterns of codeswitching in the Free State

Jan Zienkowski
Overcoming the post-structuralist methodological deficit – metapragmatic markers and interpretive logics in a critique of the Bologna process

Publisher: International Pragmatics Assoc.
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 23.3642