The Cambridge Handbook of Sociopragmatics

Michael Haugh (Redaktør) ; Daniel Z. Kadar (Redaktør) ; Marina Terkourafi (Redaktør)

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Written by leading experts in the field, this Handbook provides a systematic, cutting-edge introduction to the field of sociopragmatics.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: directions in sociopragmatics Michael Haugh, Daniel Z. Kadar and Marina Terkourafi; Part I. Fundamentals of Sociopragmatics: 2. Sociopragmatics: roots and definition Jonathan Culpeper; 3. Inference and implicature Marina Terkourafi; 4. Speaker meaning, commitment and accountability Chi-He Elder; 5. Social actions Arnulf Deppermann; 6. Stance and evaluation Maarit Siromaa and Mirka Rauniomaa; 7. Affect and emotion Laura Alba-Juez; 8. Reflexivity and meta-awareness Jef Verschueren; 9. Participation and footing Elizabeth Holt and Jim O'Driscoll; 10. Conventionalisation and conventions Daniel Z. Kadar and Juliane House; 11. Synchronic and diachronic pragmatic variability Anne Barron; 12. Activity types and genres Dawn Archer, Piotr Jagodzinski and Rebecca Jagodzinski; 13. Social groups and relational networks Diana Boxer and Florencia Cortes-Conde; Part II. Topics and Settings in Sociopragmatics: 14. Face, facework and face-threatening acts Maria Sifianou and Angeliki Tzanne; 15. Relationships and relating Robert Arundale; 16. Analysing identity Pilar Garces -Conejos Blitvich and Alexandra Georgakopoulou; 17. (Im)politeness and sociopragmatics Jonathan Culpeper and Michael Haugh; 18. Power Michiel Leezenberg; 19. Morality in sociopragmatics Pilar Blitvich and Daniel Z. Kadar; 20. Conversational humour Marta Dynel and Valeria Sinkeviciute; 21. Gesture and prosody in multimodal communication Lucien Brown and Pilar Prieto; 22. Digitally-mediated communication Chiaoqun Xie and Francisco Yus; 23. Workplace and institutional discourse Meredith Marra and Shelley Dawson; 24. Service encounter discourse J. Cesar Felix-Brasdefer and Rosina Marquez-Reiter; 25. Argumentative, political and legal discourse Anita Fetzer and Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka; 26. The pragmatics of translation Juliane House; Part III. Approaches and Methods in Sociopragmatics: 27. Interpersonal pragmatics Miriam Locher and Sage Lambert Graham; 28. Sociocognitive pragmatics Istvan Kecskes; 29. Conversation analysis and sociopragmatics Rebecca Clift and Michael Haugh; 30. Corpus pragmatics Svenja Adolphs and Yaoyao Chen; 31. Variational pragmatics Klaus P. Schneider; 32. Historical sociopragmatics Magdalena Leitner and Andreas H. Jucker; 33. Emancipatory pragmatics Scott Saft, Sachiko Ide and Kishiko Ueno; 34. Cross-cultural and intercultural pragmatics Troy McConachy and Helen Spencer-Oatey; 35. Second-language pragmatics Elly Ifantidou.

Om forfatteren

Michael Haugh's research interests centre on the role of language in social interaction. He has published widely in pragmatics on topics such as (im)politeness, face, conversational humour and metapragmatics. He is an elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities and co-editor of the new Cambridge Elements in Pragmatics series, as well a former co-editor in chief of the Journal of Pragmatics (2015-2020). Daniel Z. Kadar has a research background in cross-cultural, intercultural and historical pragmatics, as well as linguistic politeness and impoliteness, interactional rituals and Chinese pragmatics. He is Research Chair in both China and Hungary. He is Co-Editor of Contrastive Pragmatics. Marina Terkourafi is interested in the interface of language with society and has published widely in all areas of pragmatics, including post-Gricean, sociocultural, historical and experimental pragmatics. She is currently professor and chair of sociolinguistics at Leiden University in the Netherlands and co-editor in chief of the Journal of Pragmatics.