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Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference (Budapest, 9-14 July 2000)

Two volumes of proceedings of the 7th International Pragmatics Conference (Budapest, 9-14 July 2000) are available, with a small but representative selection from a total of 190 submitted papers (a number which itself represents only a third of the papers presented). Below are the bibliographical details. There is still a limited supply. Order your copy or copies by writing to ann.verhaert@ipra.be  

COGNITION IN LANGUAGE USE: Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 1. Edited by Enikö Németh. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association. 458 pp. ISBN: 90-801148-4-7. Paper. € 30.-. All shipping and handling included.

PRAGMATICS IN 2000: Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2. Edited by Enikö Németh. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association. 650 pp. ISBN: 90-801148-5-5. Paper. € 40.-. All shipping and handling included.

Tables of contents

COGNITION IN LANGUAGE USE: Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 1. Edited by Enikö Németh. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association. 458 pp. ISBN: 90-801148-4-7

Angeliki ATHANASIADOU, The conceptualization and the construal of the conceptof Width in English 1
Károly BIBOK, Enikö NÉMETH T., On the interaction between lexical andcontextual information in the composition of utterance meaning 12
Danielle BOUVET, Les métaphores corporelles et spatiales à l'oeuvre dansl'élaboration du lexique abstrait de la Langue des Signes Française 25
Marcel BURGER, Identités collectives et cognitions: Un extrait d'entretienculturel 35Cathérine CHANET, "Connecteurs", "particules", et réprésentations cognitivesde la planification discursive 44
Sherry L. CONDON, Claude G. „ECH, Talk about talk in face-to-face and computer-mediated interaction 56Sharon A. COTE, Lexical conceptual structure and inferable entities in discourse 70
Jean-Marc DEWAELE, Interpreting Grice's maxim of quantity: Interindividualsituational variation in discourse styles of non-native speakers 85
Dionysis GOUTSOS, What if Mary didn't mean anything? Non-intentional sourcesof discourse coherence and their implications for communication 100
Anne GROBET, Evaluating topic salience in dialogues 113Richard HORSEY, Deference and the intuitive-reflective distinction 124
Kyoko INOUE, Pragmatic studies must be grounded in cultural and social historyof speakers 141
Fred J. KAUFFELD, Argumentation, discourse, and the relationship underlyingGrice's analysis of utterance-meaning 149
Andrej A. KIBRIK, Cognitive discourse analysis: Some results 164
Ildikó KIRÁLY, Csaba PLÉH, Mihály RACSMÁNY, The language of space inHungarian 181
Sabine KLAMPFER, On spatial concepts underlying abstract relations in language:Evidence from non-spatial use of French, German and Russian spatialprepositions 193
Wilbert G. KRAAN, Space as conceptual common ground: Some features of expert-lay person interaction about computing systems 208
Alex V. Kravchenko, Russian verbs of spatial orientation stand, sit, lie 216
Jean-Rémi LAPAIRE, Andrew MCMICHAEL, A new spatial script for the'English progressive' 226
Per LINELL, Victoria WIBECK, Viveka ADELSWÄRD, Ann-Sofie BAKSHI, Arguing in conversation as a case of distributed cognition: Discussingbiotechnology in focus groups 243
Yoshiko MATSUMOTO, Extending frame semantic: Flexibility of complex noun phrase constructions in Japanese 256
Mirjana MISKOVIC, How to talk relevantly about irrelevance 267
Shigeko OKAMOTO, Metonymy and pragmatic inference in the functionalreanalysis of grammatical morphemes: The case of complementizers inJapanese 278
Aneta PAVLENKO, Scott JARVIS, Conceptual transfer: New perspectives onthe study of cross-linguistics influence 288
Simona PEKAREK DOEHLER, Referential processes as situated cognition:Pronominal expressions and the social co-ordination of talk 302
Ingrid PILLER, The reconfiguration of identities in advertising discourse 317Diane PONTEROTTO, The cognitive-pragmatic interface of emotive communi-cation: The case of the personal letter 326Ming-Ming PU, Cognitive and pragmatic aspects of zero anaphora: A cross-linguistic study 332
Jaromira RAKUSAN, The category of gender in grammar, in nature, and in metaphor 350
Elizabeth M. RIDDLE, The "string" metaphor of language and life in Hmong 361
Tomoko I. SAKITA, Cognition in reporting discourse: Mental representation andspeaker perspectives 375
Laure SARDA, Semantics of French direct transitive motion verbs 388
Andreas SCHRAMM, Aspect and causal inference generation in the comprehensionof narratives: A psycholinguistic study 405
Pieter A.M. SEUREN, Lexical meaning and metaphor 422
Anna STRÖM, The construal of geometrical shapes as linguistically manifestedby dimensional adjectives 432
Ingedore Grünfeld VILLAÇA-KOCH, Referentation: A cognitive and interactiveprocess 448

PRAGMATICS IN 2000: Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2. Edited by Enikö Németh. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association. 650 pp. ISBN: 90-801148-5-5

Barbara ABBOTT, Definiteness and identification in English 1
Jannis K. ANDROUTSOPOULOS, What names reveal about the music style: A study of naming patterns in popular music 16
Denis APOTHÉLOZ, Référer sans expression référentielle: Gestion de la référenceet opérations de reformulation dans des séquences métalinguistiquesproduites dans une tâche de rédaction conversationelle 30
Argiris ARCHAKIS, Dimitris PAPAZACHARIOU, Oral elements in pupils'writings: Evidence from Greek classroom discourse 39
Salvatore ATTARDO, On the pragmatic nature of irony and its rhetorical aspects 52Ad BACKUS, The role of the lexicon in alternational codeswitching 67
Stefania BISCETTI, A contrastive morphopragmatic study of Italian and Englishdiminutives in technical terminology 81
Igor BOGUSLAVSKY, Even in discourse: Interaction of lexical semantics andinterpretation strategies 92
Jaap BOS, Loraine LEE, The litlte games we play: An inquiry into the discursivenature of negotiation processes during games played at work 102Silvia BRUTI, Anaphora and paraphrase in English argumentative discourse 118Charles F. COLEMAN, Language and identity across speech and writing 133
Steven CUSHING, Metalinguistic metaconsequences of ethnic bigotry: An aviation example 141
Regna DARNELL, Pragmatic constraints on revitalization of first nations languageeducation in Southwestern Ontario, Canada 146
Arnulf DEPPERMANN, Axel SCHMIDT, Disrespecting: A conversational practicefor the negotiation of status in juvenile peer-groups 156
Dmitrij DOBROVOL'SKIJ, Lexical semantics and pragmaatic conventions 165
Richard EPSTEIN, The meaning of definite articles in cross-linguistic perspective 174
Lars M. FANT, Managing social distance in semi-structured interviews 190
Rosa Attié FIGUEIRA, La propriété réflexive du langage dans le parler de l'enfant:Quelques aspects pragmatiques et discursifs 207
Bernd FINGER, Language choice and collective identity: The case of cross-bordercommunication between France and Germany 222
Seiko FUJII, Background knowledge and constructional meanings: English andJapanese concessive conditional clause-linking constructions 235
Vadim GOLOUBEV, American print media persuasion dialogue: An argumentationrecipient's perspective 249
Jean GOODWIN, The noncooperative pragmatics of arguing 263
Michèle GUIDETTI, Forms and functions of conventional gestures in youngFrench children 278
Takuo HAYASHI, Reiko HAYASHI, Self, cognitive objectivization, andmetadiscourse 292
Hiroko KASUYA, Kayoko UEMURA, Conversational styles in Japanese father-child interaction 306
Susan KRESIN, A definite article in the making? The case of Czech ten 320
Virginie LAVAL, Josie BERNICOT, Idiomatic forms in French-speakingchildren: The role of text and context 333
Kiri LEE, Nominative case-marker ellipsis from the perspective of informationstructure 343
Gilberte LENAERTS, The Belgian debate on language policy: A multimodalanalysis 355
Lena LINDSTRÖM, Valeurs illocutoires dérivées d'énoncés de forme interrogativeen français, en anglais, en suédois et en russe 366
Matheusz ºUCZAK, A relevance-theoretic analysis of the use-mention ambiguity 385
Christina LYKOU, Representations of the European Union in the Greek press 399
Ibolya MARICIC, Cyber Politeness: Requesting strategies on the Linguist List 409
Patricia MAYES, The grammatical construction of sequentially ordered events inJapanese and American cooking class genres 417
Johanna MIECZNIKOWSKI-FÜNFSCHILLING, Scientific vocabulary in use:Negotiating words and constructing discourse objects 430
Malvina NISSIM, Underlying relations in genitives and bridging 445
Renate PAJUSALU, Definite and indefinite determiners in Estonian 458
Tvrtko PR‚I‚, Interpreting morphologically complex lexemes, and the semantics/pragmatics interface 470
Ôükriye RUHI, Complimenting women in Turkish: Shaping identities and definingingroupness 481
Scott SAFT, Concession displays in arguments and disagreements that occur inJapanese discourse: Unique cultural style or situated interactional achievement 496
Alexei SHMELEV, Conventional meaning vs. pragmatic inference: The case ofRussian lexical units 508
Anne Catherine SIMON, Buts actionnels, buts illocutoires et identités des locu-teurs 515
Sara W. SMITH, Andreas H. JUCKER, Simone MÜLLER, "Some artist guy":The role of salience and common ground in the formulation of referringexpressions in conversational narratives 528
Torgrim SOLSTAD, Reinhard BLUTNER, Dimensional designation: A case studyin lexical pragmatics 543
Alice SPITZ, Who's got the upper hand? Relational aspects of dominance indramatic dialogue: Relational communication analysis versus initiativeresponse analysis 555
Hiroko TAKANASHI, Stance differential in parallelism: Dialogic syntax ofargumentation in Japanese 570
Robert VION, Les activités de recadrage dans le déroulement discursif 583Suwako WATANABE, Analyzing discourse in group discussion 598
Miwako YANAGISAWA, How Japanese immigrants can be Christians: AnalyzingChristian testimonies by Japanese "new first generation" in Hawaii 611
Keumsil Kim Yoon, Interactive aspect of voice-mail communication: Involvementand prosodic features 625Anna ZBIERSKA-SAWALA, Polite discourse in the times of smallpox 635