Edited by Konstanze Jungbluth, Cornelia Müller, Nicole Richter, Hartmut Schröder


Reviews


Author ⇵

Review

Number ⇵

Halszka Bąk:

Prosody in the context of an English language classroom: An interdisciplinary exploration
Jesús Romero-Trillo (ed.). 2012. Pragmatics and Prosody in English Language Teaching. Heidelberg: Springer.

PragRev2013.1.2

Israel Berger:

Advances in interaction-based prosody research
Dagmar Barth-Weingarten, Elisabeth Reber, Margret Selting. 2010. Prosody in Interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Débora Amaral da Costa:

A singular contribution to the research of oral narratives throughout an amazing reflection on slavery in the United States
Jonathan Clifton and Dorien Van De Mieroop. 2016. Master Narratives, Identities, and the Stories of Former Slaves. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

PragRev2017.5.1

Martina Ebi:

A gestalt-based solution to problematic sentence-final particles in Japanese
Hideki Saigo. 2011. The Japanese Sentence-Final Particles in Talk-in-Interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Martina Ebi:

“You´re welcome” – speech acts of thanking and their reactions in Japanese and English
Jun Ohashi. 2013. Thanking and Politeness in Japanese. Balancing Acts in Interaction. Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan.

PragRev2015.3.1

Fumin Fang:

Breaking new ground in the research on L2 speakers' use of Korean honorifics
Lucien Brown. 2011. Korean Honorifics and Politeness in Second Language Learning. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Jan Fliessbach:

Epistemic Stance in Italian and in the Mind
Andrzej Zuczkowski, Ramona Bongelli, Ilaria Riccioni. 2017. Epistemic stance in dialogue: Knowing, unknowing, believing. (Dialogue studies 29). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2018.6.1

Carmen Garcia:

Overview across various fields of speech acts and politeness
Leyre Ruiz de Zarobe, Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe (eds.). 2012. Speech Acts and Politeness across Languages and Cultures. Bern: Peter Lang.

PragRev2013.1.3

Dominik Gerst:

Praxeological foundations, sequential intertwining and the search for adequate research designs – Membership Categorisation Analysis with and after Sacks
Richard Fitzgerald & William Housley. 2015. Advances in Membership Categorisation Analysis. Sage Publications.

PragRev2016.4.1

Mauro Giuffré:

Numerical expressions in everyday language
Carla Bazzanella. 2011. Numeri per Parlare. Da ‘quattro chiacchiere’ a ‘grazie mille’. Roma: Editori Laterza.

PragRev2016.4.1

Shelley Hsieh:

Context- and formula based approaches in the investigation of request strategies of Chinese EFL learners
Vincent X. Wang. 2011. Making Requests by Chinese EFL Learners. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Jingyang Jiang:

Novel applications of cognitive approaches in second language acquisition
Jeannette Littlemore, Constanze Juchem-Grundmann. 2010. Applied Cognitive Linguistics in Second Language Learning and Teaching. AILA Review, Volume 23. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Monika Kirner:

Language and the world: Some perspectives on impact linguistics
Alwin Frank Fill. 2010. The Language Impact. Evolution – System – Discourse. Sheffield: Equinox.

PragRev2013.1.1

Monika Kirner:

Politeness calls – re-exploring the use of English thanking formulae in radio phone-ins from New Zealand and Britain
Sabine Jautz. 2013. Thanking Formulae in English. Explorations across varieties and genres. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2014.2.2

Yilmin Koo:

Are the Theories Applicable to Authentic English in use? A Corpus-based Approach to Theories of Pragmatics in Use
Anne O’Keeffe, Brian Clancy, Svenja Adolphs. 2011. Introducing Pragmatics in Use. Oxford: Routledge.

PragRev2013.1.3

Joanna Kopaczyk:

Bringing historical contexts and language use together, or how to do historical sociopragmatics
Jonathan Culpeper. 2011. Historical Sociopragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2014.2.2

Heinz Kretzenbacher:

Pragmatic approaches to languages in contrast: Expansion or recycling?
Karin Ajmer. 2011. Contrastive Pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Heinz Kretzenbacher:

Facework in online communities of practice
Jenny Arendholz. 2013. (In)Appropriate Online Behavior. A pragmatic analysis of message board relations. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2014.2.2

Heinz Kretzenbacher:

What is a minority language?
Johanna Laakso, Anneli Sarhimaa, Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark, Reetta Toivanen. 2016. Towards Openly Multilingual Policies and Practices: Assessing Minority Language Maintenance Across Europe. (Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights 11). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

PragRev2018.6.1

Yves Laberge:

The first dictionary dedicated to semantics
M. Lynne Murphy, Anu Koskela. 2010. Key Terms in Semantics. London/New York: Continuum.

PragRev2013.1.3

Yves Laberge:

Social identities are constantly reconstructed and reevaluated by individuals
Argiris Archakis, Villy Tsakona. 2012. The Narrative Construction of Identities in Critical Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan.

PragRev2014.2.1

Yves Laberge:

Are Japanese conversations planned differently from ours?
Mariko Karatsu. 2012. Conversational Storytelling among Japanese Women. Conversational circumstances, social circumstances and tellability of stories. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2014.2.1

Yves Laberge:

A comprehensive source of 2000 keywords in pragmatics
Yan Huang. 2012. The Oxford Dictionary of Pragmatics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

PragRev2014.2.3

Yves Laberge:

An overlooked book in French about discourse analysis and social demand
F. Pugnière-Saavedra, F. Sitri and M. Veinard. 2012. L’Analyse du discours dans la société. Engagement du chercheur et demande sociale. Paris: Honoré Champion.

PragRev2016.4.1

Houxiang Li:

Focal or subsidiary? Managing gender categories in analysis
Susan Speer, Elizabeth Stokoe. 2011. Conversation and Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

PragRev2013.1.1

Benjamin Marienfeld:

A spotlight on the overshadowed communicative dimension of metaphor
Elisabetta Gola & Francesca Ervas (eds.). 2016. Metaphor and Communication. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

PragRev2017.5.1

Daniela Marzo:

An onomasiological approach to linguistic approximators in Romance languages
Wiltrud Mihatsch. 2010. „Wird man von hustensaft wie so ne art bekifft?” Approximationsmarker in romanischen Sprachen. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann.

PragRev2013.1.2

Huang Mian:

Multi-dimensional frameworks for new media narratives
Christian R. Hoffmann. 2010. Narrative Revisited. Telling a Story in the Age of New Media. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2013.1.1

Julia Montemayor Gracia:

Interdisciplinary approaches to the investigation of norms and normality
Katharina Rosenberg, Rita Vallentin (eds.). 2012. Norm und Normalität. Beiträge aus Linguistik, Soziologie, Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

PragRev2013.1.3

Benjamin Nickl:

Conflating Studies of Political Humour Discourse and Popular Entertainment Culture
Villy Tsakona, Diana Elena Popa (eds.). 2011. Studies in Political Humour. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

PragRev2014.2.2

Neus Nogué-Serrano:

Pragmatics for scholars and students
Betty J. Birner. 2013. Introduction to Pragmatics. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

PragRev2013.1.2

Vahid Paevaresh:

A framework for the study of ideology in written language: How to lower ideology’s immunity to experience and observation
Jef Verschueren. 2012. Ideology in Language Use: Pragmatic Guidelines for Empirical Research. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

PragRev2013.1.2

Wei Ren:

A Comprehensive Introduction to Conversation Analysis
Anthony J. Liddicoat. 2011. An Introduction to Conversation Analysis (2nd ed.). London/New York: Continuum.

PragRev2013.1.2

Peter Ulrich

Doing Borderlands
Wille, Christian, Rachel Reckinger, Sonja Kmec & Markus Hesse (eds.). 2016. Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects, Bielefeld: transcript.

PragRev2017.5.1

Chen Wang:

Discourse analysis of politeness: from the perspective of contrastive and intercultural pragmatics
Ronald Geluykens. 2011. Politeness in Institutional Discourse: Face-Threatening Acts in Native and Nonnative English Business Letters. München: Lincom.

PragRev2013.1.2

Matylda Włodarczyk:

English Historical Linguistics: A textbook for the 21st century?
Laurel J. Brinton (ed.). 2017. English Historical Linguistics: Approaches and Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

PragRev2018.6.1

Shaojie Zhang:

Alternative approaches to face analysis
Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini, Michael Haugh (eds.). 2009. Face, Communication and Social Interaction. Sheffield: Equinox.

PragRev2013.1.2

Dagna Zinkhahn Rhobodes:

An important contribution to the research of the Pomeranian language in the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo
Beate Höhmann. 2010. Sprachplanung und Spracherhalt innerhalb einer pommerischen Sprachgemeinschaft. Eine soziolinguistische Studie in Espírito Santo / Brasilien. Bern: Peter Lang.

PragRev2013.1.4


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