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TOC: System 48 (2015)

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Date: 17-Feb-2015
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Subject: System Vol. 48 (2015)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: System
Volume Number: 48
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Issue Date: 2015

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Volume 48, Pages 1-152, February 2015
Special Issue on Pragmatics
Edited by Linda Yates and Eva Alcón Soler

Editorial board/publication details
Pages IFC

Editors' introduction to pragmatic learning across contexts
Pages 1-2
Eva Alcón-Soler, Lynda Yates

“Contextually” speaking: A survey of pragmatic learning abroad, in class, and online
Pages 3-20
Naoko Taguchi

Operationalizing conversation in studies of instructional effect in L2 pragmatics
Pages 21-34
Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig

Taking French interactional style into the classroom
Pages 35-47
Kerry Mullan

The effects of learner profiles on pragmalinguistic awareness and learning
Pages 48-61
Satomi Takahashi

Pragmatic learning and study abroad: Effects of instruction and length of stay
Pages 62-74
Eva Alcón-Soler

Complimenting in Spanish in a short-term study abroad context
Pages 75-85
J. César Félix-Brasdefer, Maria Hasler-Barker

Developing interactional competence during study abroad: Listener responses in L2 Spanish
Pages 86-98
Rachel L. Shively

The role of asynchronous computer mediated communication in the instruction and development of EFL learners' pragmatic competence
Pages 99-111
Zohreh R. Eslami, Azizullah Mirzaei, Shadi Dini

Constructing small talk in learner-native speaker voice-based telecollaboration: A focus on topic management and backchanneling
Pages 112-128
Anne Barron, Emily Black

Assisting the development of sociopragmatic skills: Negotiating refusals at work
Pages 129-140
Nicky Riddiford, Janet Holmes

“Quick-chatting”, “smart dogs”, and how to “say without saying”: Small talk and pragmatic learning in the community
Pages 141-152
Lynda Yates, George Major

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            French (fra)
                            German (deu)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Spanish (spa)

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