Contents of PRAGMATICS: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association

The following papers have appeared in PRAGMATICS so far. (Volume 2 is out of print; all others still available.)

1:1. (March 1991)
Dan I. Slobin, Learning to think for speaking: Native language, cognition, and rhetorical style, 7-25.
Maya Hickmann & David Warden, Children's strategies when reporting appropriate and inappropriate speech events, 27-70.
John W. Du Bois, Transcription design principles for spoken discourse research,  71-106.
Angeliki Athanasiadou, The discourse function of questions,  107-122.
 
1:2. (June 1991)
Kenneth William Cook, The Samoan cia suffix as an indicator of agent defocusing, pp. 145-167.
J. Lachlan MacKenzie & M. Evelien Keizer, On assigning pragmatic functions in English, pp. 169-215.
Ad Foolen, Metalinguistic negation and pragmatic ambiguity: Some comments on a proposal by Laurence Horn, pp. 217-237.
 
1:3. (September 1991)
Charlotte Linde, What's next?: The social and technological management of meetings,  297-317.
Edith L. Bavin, The acquisition of Warlpiri kin terms,  319-344.
Renata Testa, Negotiating stories: Strategic repair in Italian multi-party talk,  345-370.
Senko K. Maynard, Pragmatics of discourse modality: A case of the Japanese emotional adverb Doose,  371-392.
 
1:4. (December 1991)
Marcyliena H. Morgan, Indirectness and interpretation in African American women's discourse,  421-451.
Maria Rosa Baroni, Valentina D'Urso, and Massimo Pascotto, Memory for dialogue in different modes of interaction,  453-464.
Joan A. Argente and Lluís Payrató, Towards a pragmatic approach to the study of languages in contact: Evidence from language contact cases in Spain,  465-480 .
Michael Meeuwis, A pragmatic perspective on contact-induced language change: Dynamics in interlinguistics,  481-515.
 
2:1. (March 1992)
Stephen C. Levinson, Primer for the field investigation of spatial description and conception,  5-47.
Begoña Vicente, Metaphor, meaning, and comprehension,  49-62 .
 
2:2. (June 1992)
Marco Jacquemet, "If he speaks Italian it's better": Metapragmatics in court,  111-126.
Misato Tokunaga, Dichotomy in the structures of honorifics of Japanese,  127-140.
Salikoko S. Mufwene, Ideology and facts on African American English, 141-166.
 
2:3 (September 1992)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Language ideologies
edited by Paul Kroskrity, Bambi Schieffelin & Kathryn Woolard

Kathryn A. Woolard, Language ideology: Issues and approaches,  235-249.
Judith T. Irvine, Ideologies of honorific language, 251-262.
Jane H. Hill, "Today there is no respect": Nostalgia, "respect" and oppositional discourse in Mexicano (Nahuatl) language ideology,  263-280.
Don Kulick, Anger, gender, language shift and the politics of revelation in a Papua New Guinean village,  281-296.
Paul V. Kroskrity, Arizona Tewa Kiva speech as a manifestation of linguistic ideology,  297-309.
Michael Silverstein, The uses and utility of ideology: Some reflections,  311-323.
Elizabeth Mertz, Linguistic ideology and praxis in U.S. law school classrooms,  325-334.
Debra Spitulnik, Radio time sharing and the negotiation of linguistic pluralism in Zambia,  335-354.
Jan Blommaert & Jef Verschueren, The role of language in European nationalist ideologies,  355-375.
Susan U. Philips, A Marx-influenced approach to ideology and language: Comments,  377-385.
Charles L. Briggs, Linguistic ideologies and the naturalization of power in Warao discourse,  387-404.
James Collins, Our ideologies and theirs,  405-415.
J. Joseph Errington, On the ideology of Indonesian language development: The state of a language of state,  417-426.
Bambi B. Schieffelin & Rachelle Charlier Doucet, The "real" Haitian Creole: Metalinguistics and orthographic choice,  427-443.
Susan Gal, Multiplicity and contention among ideologies: A commentary,  445-449.

This issue (like the other issues of volume 2) is no longer available from IPrA, but it was turned into a book:
Bambi B. Schieffelin, Kathryn A. Woolard & Paul V. Kroskrity (eds), 1998, Language ideologies: Practice and theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 338 pp. ISBN: 0-19-510562-1 (For ordering information, contact OUP at http://www.oup-usa.org 
 
Now also in Spanish translation:
Bambi B. Schieffelin, Kathryn A. Woolard & Paul V. Kroskrity (eds.), 2012, Ideologías lingüísticas: Práctica y teoría. Madrid: Los libros de la Catarata, 440 pp. ISBN: 978-84-8319-684-7 (http://www.catarata.org/libro/mostrar/id/743)

2:4 (December 1992)
Asha Tickoo, On preposing and word order rigidity, 467-486.
Kathryn Shields-Brodber, Dynamism and assertiveness in the public voice: Turn-talking and code-switching in radio talk shows in Jamaica, 487-504.
Henk Haverkate, Deictic categories as mitigating devices, 505-522.
 
3:1 (March 1993)
Helmut Gruber, Political language and textual vagueness,  1-28.
Janet Fuller, Hearing between the lines: Style switching in a courtroom setting,  29-43.
 
3:2 (June 1993)
Edmund A. Anderson, Speech levels: The case of Sundanese,  107-136.
Ingjerd Hoëm, Space and morality in Tokelau,  137-154.
Joachim Leilich, Intentionality, speech acts, and communicative action: A defense of J. Habermas' & K.O. Apel's criticism of Searle,  155-170.
Walter De Mulder, Intentionality and meaning: A reaction to Leilich's "Intentionality, speech acts and communicative action",  171-180.
Charles Goodwin, Recording human interaction in natural settings,  181-209.
 
3:3 (September 1993)
Keith Sawyer, The pragmatics of play: Interactional strategies during children's pretend play,  259-282.
Susanne Günthner, German-Chinese interactions: Differences in contextualization conventions and resulting miscommunication,  283-304.
Kevin McKenzie & Toine van Teeffelen, Taking the higher ground between West and Middle East: The discursive achievement of meta-perspective in representations of the Arab Other,  305-331.
Alessandro Duranti, Beyond Bakhtin or the dialogic imagination in academia,  333-340.
 
3:4 (December 1993)
Robin Tolmach Lakoff, Lewis Carroll: Subversive pragmaticist,  367-385.
Jack Bilmes, Ethnomethodology, culture, and implicature - Toward an empirical pragmatics,  387-409.
Elizabeth Keating, Correction/repair as a resource for co-construction of group competence,  411-423.
Chao-chih Liao and Yu-hwei E. Lii-Shih, University undergraduates' attitudes on code-mixing and sex stereotypes,  425-449.
 
4:1 (March 1994)
Todd Squires, A discourse analysis of the Japanese particle sa,  1-29.
Cecilia E. Ford and Junko Mori, Causal markers in Japanese and English conversations: A cross-linguistic study of interactional grammar,  31-61.
Christine Cheepen, The pragmatics of friendliness and user-friendliness,  63-79.
Daniel C. O'Connell and Sabine Kowal, Some current transcription for spoken discourse: A critical analysis,  81-108.
 
4:2 (June 1994)
Andrew Goatly, Register and the redemption of relevance theory - The case of metaphor,  139-181.
Beatrice Lamiroy, Pragmatic connectives and L2 acquisition: The case of French and Dutch,  183-201.
Margaret Field, On the internalization of language and its use: Some functional motivations for other-correction in children's discourse,  203-220.
Laura Miller, Japanese and American meetings and what goes on before them: A case study of co-worker misunderstanding, 221-238.
Jacob L. Mey, How to do good things with words: A social pragmatics for survival,  239-263.
 
4:3 (September 1994)
SPECIAL ISSUE:Critical perspectives on intercultural communication
edited by Michael Meeuwis

Michael Meeuwis & Srikant Sarangi, Perspectives on intercultural communication: A critical reading, 309-313.
Dennis Day, Tang's dilemma and other problems: Ethnification processes at some multicultural workplaces,  315-336.
Shi-Xu, Discursive attributions and cross-cultural communication,  337-355.
David P. Shea, Perspective and production: Structuring conversational participation across cultural borders, 357-389.
Michael Meeuwis, Leniency and testiness in intercultural communication: Remarks on ideology and context in interactional sociolinguistics, 391-408.
Srikant Sarangi, Intercultural or not? Beyond celebration of cultural differences in miscommunication analysis, 409-427.
 
4:4 (December 1994)
Jon F. Pressman, Pragmatics in the late twentieth century: Countering recent historiographic neglect, 461-489.
Song Mei Lee-Wong, Imperatives in requests: Direct or impolite - observations from Chinese, 491-515.
Michael A. Locher and Stanton E.F. Wortham, The cast of the news,  517-533.
Susan Meredith Burt, Code choice in intercultural conversation: Speech accommodation theory and pragmatics, 535-559.
Angeliki Athanasiadou, The pragmatics of answers, 561-574.
Anna Giannetti, Business communication plans and strategies: Texts, tasks and tools, 575-598.
 
5:1 (March 1995)
Susanne Günthner and Hubert Knoblauch, Culturally patterned speaking practices - the analysis of communicative genres, 1-32.
Maria Rosa Solé Planas, The process of children's ability to ask questions from an interactive perspective, 33-44.
Grahame Bilbow, Requesting strategies in the cross-cultural business meeting, 45-55.
 
5:2 (June 1995)
SPECIAL ISSUE:
 Constructing languages and publics
edited by Susan Gal & Kathryn Woolard

Susan Gal and Kathryn A. Woolard, Constructing languages and publics: Authority and representation, 129-138.
Judith Irvine, The family romance of colonial linguistics: Gender and family in nineteenth-century representations of African languages, 139-153.
Susan Gal, Lost in a Slavic sea: Linguistics theories and expert knowledge in 19th century Hungary, 155-166.
Richard Bauman, Representing Native American oral narrative: The textual practices of Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, 167-183.
Michael Silverstein, From the meaning of meaning to the empires of the mind: Ogden's Orthological English, 185-195.
Jane Hill, Junk Spanish, covert racism and the (leaky) boundary between public and private spheres, 197-212.
Joseph Errington, State speech for peripheral publics in Java, 213-224.
Bambi B. Schieffelin, Creating evidence: Making sense of written words in Bosavi, 225-243.
Jacqueline Urla, Outlaw language: Creating alternative public spheres in Basque radio, 245-261.
Ben Lee, Performing the people, 263-280.  

This issue was later turned into a book:
Susan Gal & Kathryn Woolard, 2001, Languages and Publics: The Making of Authority. Manchester: St.Jerome, 194 pp. ISBN: 1-9000650-42-8 (For ordering information, contact St Jerome Publishing at http://www.stjerome.co.uk.)   
 

5:3 (September 1995)
Helen R. Abadiano, Cohesion strategies and genre in expository prose: An analysis of the writing of children of ethnolinguistic cultural groups, 299-324.
Helena Calsamiglia, Josep M. Cots, Clara Lorda, Luci Nussbaum, Lluís Payrato, Amparo Tuson, Communicative strateties and socio-cultural identities, 325-339.
Gerald P. Delahunty, The inferential construction, 341-364.
Lenore Grenoble, Spatial configurations, deixis and apartment descriptions in Russian, 365-385.
 
5:4 (December 1995)
Maria Rosa Baroni and Chiara Nicolini, Natural conversations in males and females: Conversational styles, content recall and quality of interaction, 407-426.
Kuniyoshi Kataoka, Affect in Japanese women's letter writing: Use of sentence-final particles ne and yo and orthographic conventions, 427-453.
Luisa Martin Rojo and Javier Callejo Gallego, Argumentation and inhibition: Sexism in the discourse of Spanish executives, 455-484.
Ben Rampton, Language crossing and the problematisation of ethnicity and socialisation, 485-513.
 
6:1 (March 1996)
Andreas H. Jucker and Sara W. Smith, Explicit and implicit ways of enhancing common ground in conversations, 1-18.
Marcello Panese, Calling in: Prosody and conversation in radio talk, 19-87.
M.K.C. Uwajeh, Is `May I ask you a question?', 89-109.
 
6:2 (June 1996)
Bruce Fraser, Pragmatic markers, 167-190.
Marcella Bertuccelli Papi, Insinuating: The seduction of unsaying, 191-204.
Agnes Weiyun He, Narrative processes and institutional activities: Recipient guided storytelling in academic counseling encounters, 205-216.
Dennis Kurzon, The maxim of quantity, hyponymy and Princess Diana, 217-227.
 
6:3 (September 1996)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Interaction-based studies of language
edited by Cecilia Ford & Johannes Wagner

Cecilia E. Ford and Johannes Wagner, Interaction-based studies of language: Introduction, 277-279.
Gene H. Lerner, On the place of linguistic resources in the organization of talk-in-interaction: `Second person' reference in multi-party conversation, 281-294.
Peter Auer, The pre-front field in spoken German and its relevance as a gramaticalization position, 295-322.
Susanne Günthner, From subordination to coordination? Verb-second position in German causal and concessive constructions, 323-356.
Margret Selting, On the interplay of syntax and prosody in the constitution of turn-constructional units and turns in conversation, 357-388.
Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Intonation and clause-combining in discourse: The case of because, 389-426.
Cecilia E. Ford, Barbara A. Fox and Sandra A. Thompson, Practices in the construction of turns: The "TCU" revisited, 427-454.
 
6:4 (December 1996)
Katsuya Kinjo, An indecent call from a man: Narrative as revelation of framework, 465-489.
Marcia Macaulay, Asking to ask: The strategic function of indirect requests for information in interviews, 491-509.
Satoko Suzuki, Incorporation of information and complementizers in Japanese, 511-551.
 
7:1 (March 1997)
Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni, A multilevel approach in the study of talk-in-interaction, 1-20.
Ron Kuzar, Split word, split subject, split society, 21-54.
Dariusz Galasinski, The making of history: Some remarks on politicians' presentation of historical events. 55-68.
Jan Blommaert, Whose background? Comments on a discourse-analytic reconstruction of the Warsaw Uprising, 69-81.
Dariusz Galasi½ski, Background and discourse analysis: A response to Jan Blommaert, 83-87.
 
7:2 (June 1997)
Eddy Roulet, A modular approach to discourse structures, 125-146.
Cliff Goddard, The semantics of coming and going, 147-162.
Kazuko Matsumoto, NPs in Japanese conversation, 163-181.
Yael Maschler, Discourse markers at frame shifts in Israeli Hebrew talk-in-interaction, 183-211.
 
7:3 (September 1997)
Pamela S. Morgan, Self-presentation in a speech of Newt Gingrich, 275- 308.
Sabine Kowal & Daniel C. O’connell, Theoretical ideals and their violation: Princess Diana and Martin Bashir in the BBC interview, 309-324.
Astrid Berrier, Four-party conversation and gender, 325-366.
Hiroaki Tanaka, In other words and conversational implicature, 367-388.
Gwon-Jin Choi, Viewpoint shifting in Korean and Bulgarian: the use of kinship terms, 389-396.
Anna M. Guthrie, On the systematic deployment of okay and mmhmm in academic advising sessions, 397-415.
 
7:4 (December 1997)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Conflict and violence in pragmatic research
edited by Charles Briggs

Charles L. Briggs, Introduction: From the ideal, the ordinary, and the orderly to conflict and violence in pragmatic research, 451-460.
Asif Agha, Tropic aggression in the Clinton-Dole presidential debate, 461-498.
Jan Blommaert, The slow shift in orthodoxy: (Re)formulations of ‘integration’ in Belgium, 499-518.
Charles L. Briggs, Notes on a "Confession": On the construction of gender, sexuality, and violence in an infanticide case, 519-546.
John B. Haviland, Shouts, shrieks, and shots: Unruly political conversations in indigenous Chiapas, 547-574.
Patricia E. O’Connor, "You gotta be a man or a girl": Constructed dialogue and reflexivity in the discourse of violence, 575-600.
Maria Eugenia Villalón and Sandra Angeleri, The practice of retort: Exchanges leading to the Caracas peace dialogues, 601-624.
Michael Silverstein, Commentary: Achieving adequacy and commitment in pragmatics, 625-634.
 
8:1 (March 1998)
Greg Matoesian, Discursive hegemony in the Kennedy Smith rape trial: Evidence of an age graded allusion in expert testimony, 3-20.
Helmut Gruber, Computer-mediated communication and scholarly discourse: Forms of topic-initiation and thematic development, 21-46.
Roni Henkin, Narrative styles of Palestinian Bedouin adults and children, 47-78.
Theodossia Pavlidou, Greek and German telephone closings: Patterns of confirmation and agreement, 79-94.
 
8:2 (June 1998)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Clinical interviews as verbal interactions
edited by Michèle Grossen & Anne Salazar Orvig

Michèle Grossen and Anne Salazar Orvig, Clinical interviews as verbal interactions: A multidisciplinary outlook. Introduction, 149-154
Lorenza Mondada, Therapy interactions: Specific genre or "blown up" version of ordinary conversational practices? 155-166
Anne salazar Orvig, Interpreting and diverging in clinical interviews, 167-184
Nadine Proia, Analysis of a first therapy interview: Objectives and methods, 185-202
Annie Chalivet and Marie-Madeleine De Gaulmyn, Speech therapy for elderly people: Construction of coherency, 203-220
Wilma Minoggio, Institutional talk in referral meetings, 221-238
Michèle Grossen and Denis Apothéloz, Intelligence as a sensitive topic in clinical interviews prompted by learning difficulties, 239-254
Alain Trognon, Interactional pragmatics of hypnotic induction, 255-270
Amina Bensalah, Self-representation by auto-portrait in research interviews, 271-286
Christian Hudelot, To pursue the discussion without concluding, 287-293
 
8:3 (September 1998)
Jack Sidnell, Collaboration and contestation in a dispute about space in an Indo-Guyanese village, 315-338.
Tessa Carroll and Judy Delin, Written instructions in Japanese and English: A comparative analysis, 339-385.
Song Mei Lee-Wong, Face support - Chinese particles as mitigators: A study of BA A/YA and NE, 387-404 .
Grahame T. Bilbow and Sylvester Yeung, Learning the pragmatics of 'successful' impression management in cross-cultural interviews, 405-417.
 
8:4 (December 1998)
Dell Hymes, When is oral narrative poetry?Generative form and its pragmatic conditions, 475-500.
Kumiko Murata, Has he apologized or not?: A cross-cultural misunderstanding between the UK and Japan on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of VJ Day in Britain, 501-514.
David Bell, Cancellative discourse markers: A core/periphery approach, 515-542.
Camille Hanlon and Joann Silverberg, Semantic and pragmatic aspects of set-relational reference in Modern Indo-European languages, 543-554.
Kenneth C.C. Kong, Politeness of service encounters in Hong Kong, 555-575.
 
9:1 (March 1999)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Ideologies of politeness
edited by Manfred Kienpointner

Manfred Kienpointnner, Foreword, 1-4
Richard Watts, Language and politeness in early eighteenth century Britain, 5-20.
Gudrun Held, Submission strategies as an expression of the ideology of politeness: Reflections on the verbalization of social power relations, 21-36.
Nieves Hernández Flores, Politeness ideology in Spanish colloquial conversations: The case of advice, 37-49.
Shigeko Okamoto, Situated politeness: Coordinating honorific and non-honorific expressions in Japanese conversations, 51-74.
Renate Rathmayr, Métadiscours et réalité linguistique: L’exemple de la politesse russe, 75-95.
Marina Terkourafi, Frames for politeness: A case study, 97-117.
Robert Arundale, An alternative model and ideology of communication for an alternative to politeness theory, 119-153.
Peter Klotz, Politeness and political correctness: Ideological implications, 155-161.
Gino Eelen, Politeness and ideology: A critical review, 163-173. 9:2 (June 1999)
Samuel Gyasi Obeng, Grammatical pragmatics: Power in Akan judicial discourse, 199-229.
Karen L. Adams, Deliberate dispute and the construction of oppositional stance, 231-248.
Thomas Bearth, The inferential gap condition, 249-280.
Ming-chung Yu, Universalistic and culture-specific perspectives on variation in the acquisition of pragmatic competence in a second language, 281-312.

9:3 (September 1999)
Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch, On the polite use of vamos in Peninsular Spanish, 343-356.
Kofi Agyekum , The pragmatics of Duab ‘Grievance imprecation' taboo among the Akan, 357-382.
Hiroaki Kitano, On interaction and grammar: Evidence from one use of the Japanese demonstrative are (‘that'), 383-400.

9:4 (December 1999)
Gabriele Klewitz and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Quote - unquote? The role of prosody in the contextualization of reported speech sequences, 459-486.
Francisco Yus, Misunderstandings and explicit/implicit communication, 487-518.
Silvia Bruti, In fact and infatti: The same, similar or different, 519-534.
Bethan Benwell, The organisation of knowledge in British tutorial discourse: Issues, pedagogic discourse strategies and disciplinary identity, 535-566.
Marta Gràcia and María José Galván, Naturalistic intervention in the development of children=s communicative and linguistic skills, 567-584.
Tim Hassall, Request strategies in Indonesian, 585-605.

10:1 (March 2000)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Art and the expression of complex identities: Imagining and contesting ethnicity in performance
edited by Valentina Pagliai and Marcia Farr

Richard Bauman, Language, identity, performance, 1-5.
Lida Dutkova-Cope, Texas Czech folk music and ethnic identity, 7-37.
Alexandra Jaffe, Comic performance and the articulation of hybrid identity, 39-59.
Marcia Farr, ¡A Mi No Me Manda Nadie! Individualism and identity in Mexican Ranchero Speech, 61-85.
Gloria Nardini, When husbands die: Joke-telling in an Italian Ladies' Club in Chicago, 87-97.
Peter C. Haney, Sol, sombra, y media luz: History, parody, and identity formation in the Mexican American carpa, 99-123.
Valentina Pagliai, Lands I came to sing: Negotiating identities and places in the Tuscan "Contrasto", 125-146.

10:2 (June 2000)
Benjamin Bailey, Social/interactional functions of code switching among Dominican Americans, 165-193.
Carmen Gregori-Signes, The tabloid talkshow as a quasi-conversational type of face-to-face interaction, 195-213.
Marysia Johnson, Interaction in the oral proficiency interview: Problems of validity, 215-231.
Steve Nicolle, Communicated and non-communicated acts in relevance theory, 233-245.
Daniel C. O'Connelland Sabine Kowal, Are transcripts reproducible?, 247-269.

10:3 (September 2000)
Jonathan Charteris-Black, Figuration, lexis and cultural resonance: A corpus based study of Malay, 281-300.
Gerald Delahunty and Laura Gatzkiewicz, On the Spanish inferential construction ser que, 301-322.
Alexandra Georgakopoulou and Marianna Patrona, Disagreements in television discussions: How small can small screen disagreements be?, 323-338.

10:4 (December 2000)
Michael Tomasello, The social-pragmatic theory of word learning, 401-413.
Csaba Pleh, Modularity and pragmatics: Some simple and some complicated ways, 415-438.
Jef Verschueren, Notes on the role of metapragmatic awareness in language use, 439-456.
Christina Wasson, Caution and consensus in American business meetings, 457-481.

11:1 (March 2001)
Auli Hakulinen, Minimal and non-minimal answers to yes-no questions, 1-16.
Mirjana Miskovic, The particle baš in contemporary Serbian, 17-30.
William Turnbull, An appraisal of pragmatic elicitation techniques for the social psychological study of talk: The case of request refusals, 31-71.

11:2 (June 2001)
Maya Hickmann, Language and cognition in development: Old questions, new directions, 105-126.
Marianna Achugar, Piropos as metaphors for gender roles in Spanish speaking cultures, 127-137.
Song Mei Lee-Wong, Coherence, focus and structure: The role of discourse particle NE, 139-153.
Steven Cushing, Critique of puerile reason: A pragmatic look at argumentation in J.P. Moreland's The Creation Hypothesis, 155-192.

11:3 (September 2001)
Scott Saft, Displays of concession in University Faculty Meetings: Culture and interaction in Japanese, 223-262.
Leena Tomi, Critical analysis of American representations of Russians, 263-283.
Shi-Xu and Manfred Kienpointner, The reproduction of culture through argumentative discourse: Studying the contested nature of Hong Kong in the international media, 285-307.
Robin Tolmach Lakoff, The rhetoric of the extraordinary moment: The concession and acceptance speeches of Al Gore and George W. Bush in the 2000 presidential election, 309-327.

11:4 (December 2001)
Dyonisis Goutsos, Sequential and interpersonal aspects of English and Greek answering machine messages, 357-377.
Arlene Harvey, Relational clauses in English technical discourse: Patterns of verb choice, 379-400.
Ritva Laury, Definiteness and reflexivity: Indexing socially shared experience, 401-420.
Véronique Traverso, Syrian service encounters: A case of shifting strategies within verbal exchange, 421-444.

12:1 (March 2002)
Anna-Marie R. Spinos, Daniel C. O'Connell and Sabine Kowal, An empirical investigation of pause notation, 1-10.
Katrijn Maryns and Jan Blommaert, Pretextuality and pretextual gaps: On de/refining linguistic inequality, 11-30.
Kofi Agyekum, The communicative role of silence in Akan, 31-52.

12:2 (June 2002)
Michael HAUGH, The intuitive basis of implicature, 117-134.
Rosina MARQUEZ REITER, A contrastive study of indirectness in Spanish: Evidence from Uruguayan and peninsular Spanish, 135-151.
Tomoyo TAKAGI, Contextual resources for inferring unexpressed referents in Japanese conversation, 153-182.
Yuan YI, Compliments in Kunming Chinese, 183-226.

12:3 (September 2002)
Jennifer ALBER, Daniel C. O'CONNELL and Sabine KOWAL, Personal perspective in TV news interviews, 257-271.
Eleni ANTONOPOULOU and Kiki NIKIFORIDOU, Deictic motion and the adoption of perspective in Greek, 273-295.
Malcolm A. FINNEY, Effects of Spanish pragmatic and lexical constraints in the interpretation of L2 English anaphora, 297-328.
Boel DE GEER, and Tiia TULVISTE, Behaviour regulation in the family context in Estonia and Sweden, 329-346.
Elizabeth KEATING, Everyday interactions and the domestication of social inequality, 347-359.

12:4 (December 2002)
Virginie LAVAL and Josie BERNICOT, "Tu es dans la lune": Understanding idioms in French-speaking children and adults, 399-413.
H. Paul MANNING, Orderly affect: The syntactic coding of pragmatics in Welsh expressive constructions, 415-446.
Tarja NIKULA, Teacher talk reflecting pragmatic awareness: A look at EFL and content-based classroom settings, 447-467.
Carmen VALERO-GARCÉS, Interactional and conversational constrictions in the relationships between suppliers of services and immigrant users, 469-495.

13:1 (March 2003)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Ethnography, discourse, and hegemony
edited by Jan Blommaert, James Collins, Monica Heller, Ben Rampton, Stef Slembrouck and Jef Verschueren

Jan BLOMMAERT, James COLLINS, Monica HELLER, Ben RAMPTON, Stef SLEMBROUCK, and Jef VERSCHUEREN, Introduction, 1-10.
Monica HELLER, Actors and discourses in the construction of hegemony, 11-31.
Jan BLOMMAERT, Orthopraxy, writing and identity: Shaping lives through borrowed genres in Congo, 33-48.
Ben RAMPTON, Hegemony, social class and stylisation, 49-83.
James COLLINS, "The Reading Wars In Situ", 85-100.
Stef SLEMBROUCK, Class and parenting in accounts of child protection: A discursive ethnography under construction, 101-134.
Jef VERSCHUEREN, A touch of class: The erasion of group-based social inequality as a hegemonic process in political discourse, 135-143.
Celso ALVAREZ-CÁCCAMO and Gabriela PREGO-VÁZQUEZ, Political cross-discourse: Conversationalization, imaginary networks, and social fields in Galiza, 145-162.
Patrick DE VOS, Discourse theory and the study of ideological (trans-)formations: Analysing social democratic revisionism, 163-180.

13:2 (June 2003)
Leiv Egil Brreivik, On relative clauses and locative expressions in English existential sentences, 211-230.
Marie Girard and Claude Sionis, Formulaic speech in the L2 class: An attempt at identification and classification, 231-251.
Bonnie McElhinny, Fearful, forceful agents of the law: Ideologies about language and gender in police officers' narratives about the use of physical force, 253-284.
Jan Svennevig, Echo answers in native/non-native interaction, 285-309.

13:3/4 (September/December 2003)
Niclas Burenhult, Attention, accessibility, and the addressee: The case of the Jahai demonstrative ton, 363-379.
Winnie Cheng and Martin Warren, Indirectness, inexplicitness and vagueness made clearer, 381-400.
Camelia Suleiman and Daniel C. O'Connell, Perspective in the discourse of war: The case of Colin Powel, 401-422.
Toshiko Yamaguchi, Reanalysis of contrastive -wa in Japanese: Perspectives from newspaper articles,

December 2003,
423-450.
Janina Fenigsen, Introduction, 453-456.
Janina Fenigsen, Language ideologies in Barbados: Processes and paradigms, 457-481.
Brigittine M. French, The politics of Mayan linguistics in Guatemala: Native speakers, expert analysts, and the nation, 483-498.
Adi Hastings, Simplifying SanskritAlexandra Jaffe, Misrecognition unmasked? "Polysemic" language, expert statuses and orthographic practices in Corsican schools, 499-513.
Alexandra Jaffe, Misrecognition unmasked? 'Polynomic' language, expert statuses and orthographic practices in Corsican schools, 515-537.
Anita Puckett, The "value" of dialect as object: The case of Appalachian English, 539-549.
Daniel F. Suslak, The story of ö: Orthography and cultural politics in the Mixe highlands, 551-563.

14:1 (March 2004)
Bert CORNILLIE, The shift from lexical to subjective readings of Spanish prometer ‘promise' and amenazar ‘threaten'. A corpus-based account, 1-30.
Marie GIRARD and Claude SIONIS, The functions of formulaic speech in the L2 class, 31-53.
Frederick KANG'ETHE-IRAKI, Cognitive efficiency: The sheng phenomenon in Kenya, 55-68.
Isabella PAOLETTI and Giolo FELE, Order and disorder in the classroom, 69-85.

14:2-3 (June-September 2004)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Relationality: Discursive constructions of Asian Pacific American identities
edited by Adrienne Lo and Angela Reyes
 

Adrienne LO and Angela REYES, Language, identity and relationality in Asian Pacific America: An introduction, 115-125.
Mary BUCHOLTZ,  Styles and stereotypes: The linguistic negotiation of identity among Laotian American youth, 127-147.
Steven TALMY, Forever fob: The cultural production of ESL in a high school, 149-172.
Angela REYES, Asian American stereotypes as circulating resource, 173-192.
Jane H. HILL, On where stereotypes come from so that kids can recruit them, 193-197.
Agnes Weiyun HE, Identity construction in Chinese heritage language classes, 199-216.
M. Agnes KANG, Constructing ethnic identity through discourse: Self-categorization among Korean American camp counselors, 217-233.
Adrienne LO, Evidentiality and morality in a Korean heritage language school, 235-256.
Bonnie URCIUOLI, The discursive emergence of the cultural actor: Commentary on He, Kang, and Lo, 257-261. 
Elaine W. CHUN, Ideologies of legitimate mockery: Margaret Cho’s revoicings of mock Asian, 263-289
Roderick N. LABRADOR, "We can laugh at ourselves": Hawai‘i ethnic humor, local identity and the myth of multiculturalism, 291-316.
Shalini SHANKAR, Reel to real: Desi teens’ linguistic engagements with Bollywood, 317-335.
Susan GAL, Commentary: Perspective and the politics of representation, 337-339.
Adrienne LO and Angela REYES, Selected works on Asian Pacific American language practices, 341-346.

14:4 (December 2004)
Barbara BOKUS, Inter-mind phenomena in child narrative discourse, 391-408. 
Kuniyoshi KATAOKA, Co-construction of a mental map in spatial discourse: A case study of Japanese rock climbers' of deictic verbs of motion, 409-438.
Janet HOLMES & Meredith MARRA, Leadership and managing conflict in meetings, 439-462.
Daniel O'CONNELL & Sabine KOWAL, Hillary Clinton's laughter in media interviews, 463-478.
Johanna RENDLE-SHORT, Showing structure: Using um in the academic seminar, 479-498.
Philip W. RUDD, Weapons of mass destruction: The unshared referents of Bush's rhetoric, 499-525.
 
15:1 (March 2005)
Boel DE GEER, Tiia TULVISTE & Luule MIZERA, Regulation of behavior and attention in Estonian, Finnish and Swedish peer interaction, 1-24.
Marie-Noëlle GUILLOT, Revisiting the methodological debate on interruptions: From measurement to classification in the annotation of data for cross-cultural research, 25-47.
Gabrina POUNDS, Writer’s argumentative attitude: A contrastive analysis of ‘Letters to the Editor’ in English and Italian, 49-88.      
David POVEDA, Metalinguistic activity, humor and social competence in classroom discourse, 89-107. 
Hao SUN, Collaborative strategies in Chinese telephone conversation closings: Balancing procedural needs and interpersonal meaning making, 109-128.
 
15:2-3 (June-September 2005)
Nana Aba APPIAH AMFO, Recurrence marking in Akan, 151-168.
I WAYAN ARKA, Speech levels, social predicates and pragmatic structure in Balinese: A lexical approach, 169-203.
Cynthia DICKEL DUNN, Genre conventions, speaker identities, and creativity: An analysis of Japanese wedding speeches, 205-228. 
Kevin McKENZIE, Conspiracy theory and the critical enterprise, 229-250.
Ayman R. NAZZAL, The pragmatic functions of the recitation of Qur’anic verses by muslims in their oral genre: The case of Insha’Allah, ‘God’s Willing’, 251-273. 
D. O’CONNOR & S. KOWAL, Laughter in Bill Clinton’s My life (2004) interviews, 275-299.

15:4 (December 2005)
Boel DE GEER and Tiia TULVISTE, “You are not allowed to pull someone’s tail!” - A cross-cultural comparison of socio-moral comments in Estonian and Swedish peer interaction, 349-368.
Elly IFANTIDOU, Pragmatics, cognition and asymmetrically acquired evidentials, 369-394.
Cynthia LEE, A cross-linguistic study on the linguistic expressions of Cantonese and English requests, 395-422.
Yuka MATSUGU, Japanese epistemic sentence-final particle kana: Its function as a ‘mitigation marker’ in discourse data, 423-436.
Valentina PAGLIAI and Brooke S. BOCAST, Singing gender: Contested discourses of womanhood in Tuscan-Italian verbal art, 437-457.

16:1 (March 2006)
Gordon C. CHANG and Hugh B. MEHAN, Discourse in a religious mode: The Bush administration’s discourse in the War on Terrorism and its challenges, 1-23
Akin ODEBUNMI, Locutions in medical discourse in Southwestern Nigeria, 25-41.
Şükriye RUHI, Politeness in compliment responses: A perspective from naturally occurring exchanges in Turkish, 43-101.
Pieter A.M. SEUREN, The natural logic of language and cognition, 103-138.

16:2/3 (June/September 2006)
Asa BRUMARK, Regulatory talk and politeness at the family dinner, 171-211.
Gerald DELAHUNTY, A relevance theoretic analysis of  not that sentences, 213-245.
David LÜTHI, How implicatures make Grice an unordinary language philosopher, 247-274.
Nawaf OBIEDAT, The pragma-ideological implications of using reported speech: The case of reporting on the Al-Aqsa Intifada, 275-304.
Daniel C. O'CONNELL and Sabine KOWAL, Laughter in the film The Third Man, 305-327.
Maite TABOADA, Spontaneous and non-spontaneous turn-taking, 329-360.
Lidia TANAKA, Turn-taking in Japanese television interviews: A study on interviewers' strategies, 361-398.

16:4 (December 2006)
Janice Helena CHAVES MARINHO, Evaluating discursive relations in Brazilians' advice-giving, 317-428.
Chie FUKUDA, Resistance against being formulated as cultural Other: The case of a Chinese student in Japan, 429-456.
Claudia MONACELLI, Implications of translational shifts in interpreter-mediated texts, 457-473.
Keiko NARUOKA, The interactional functions of the Japanese demonstratives in conversation, 475-512.
Naoko TAGUCHI, Analysis of appropriateness in a speech act of request in L2 English, 513-533.
Anthony K. WEBSTER, From Hóyéé to Hajinei: On some implications of feelingful iconicity and orthography in Navajo poetry, 535-549.

17:1 (March 2007)
SPECIAL ISSUE: A closer look at cultural difference: 'Interculturality' in talk-in-interaction
edited by Christina Higgins Christina HIGGINS, Introduction: A closer look at cultural difference: 'Interculturality' in talk-in-interaction, 1-7.

Cecelia CUTLER, The co-construction of Whiteness in an MC battle, 9-22.
Hye-Kyung RYOO, Interculturality serving multiple interactional goals in African American and Korean serviceencounters, 23-47.
Christina HIGGINS, Constructing membership in the in-group: Affiliation and resistance among urban Tanzanians, 49-70.
Erica ZIMMERMAN, Constructing Korean and Japanese interculturality in talk: Ethnic membership categorization among users of Japanese, 71-94.
Elizabeth AXELSON, Vocatives: A double-edged strategy in intercultural  discourse among graduate students, 95-122.
Junko MORI, Reconstructing the participants' treatments of 'interculturality': Variations in data and methodologies, 123-141.

17:2 (June 2007)
David BELL, Sentence-initial and and but in academic writing, 183-201.
Bethan L. DAVIES, Principles we talk by: Testing dialogue principles in task-oriented dialogues, 203-230.
Janina FENIGSEN, From Apartheid to incorporation: The emergence and transformations of modern language community in Barbados, West Indies, 231-261.
Helga KOTTHOFF, Oral genres of humor: On the dialectic of genre knowledge and creative authoring, 263-296.
Robin SHOAPS, "Moral irony:" Modal particles, moral persons and indirect stance-taking in Sakapultek discourse, 297-335.

17:3 (September 2007)
Milan FERENCIK, Exercising politeness: Membership categorisation in a radio phone-in programme, 351-370.
Toshiaki FURUKAWA, "No flips in the pool": Discursive practice in Hawai'i Creole, 371-385.
Kerstin NORÉN and Per LINELL, Meaning potentials and the interaction between lexis and contexts: An empirical substantiation, 387-416.
Daniel C. O'CONNELL, Sabine KOWAL, and Scott P. KING, Interjections in literary readings and artistic performance, 417-438.
Minerva OROPEZA-ESCOBAR, Discourse, authority and mediation in an ethnographic encounter in Eastern Mexico, 439-460.
Marina SBISÀ, How to read Austin, 461-473.

17:4 (December 2007)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Turn continuation in cross-linguistic perspective
edited byElizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Tsuyoshi Ono Tsuyoshi ONO and Elizabeth COUPER-KUHLEN, Increments in cross-linguistic perspective: Introductory remarks, 505-512.

Elizabeth COUPER-KUHLEN and Tsuyoshi ONO, 'Incrementing' in conversation. A comparison of practices in English, German and Japanese, 513-552.
Eeva-Leena SEPPÄNEN and Ritva LAURY, Complement clauses as turn continuations: The Finnish et(tä)-clause, 553-572.
Kyu-hyun KIM, Sequential organization of post-predicate elements in Korean conversation: Pursuing uptake and modulating action, 573-603.
Kang-kwong LUKE and Wei ZHANG, Retrospective turn continuations in Madarin Chinese conversation, 605-635.
Margaret FIELD, Increments in Navajo conversation, 637-646.
Peter AUER, Why are increments such elusive objects? An afterthought, 647-658.

18:1 (March 2008)
SPECIAL ISSUE: The discourse of news management
edited by Geert Jacobs and Henk Pander Maat

Geert JACOBS, Henk  PANDER MAAT, and Tom VAN HOUT, Introduction: The discourse of news management, 1-18.
Paola CATENACCIO, Press releases as a hybrid genre: Addressing the informative/promotional conundrum, 19-31.
Maria LINDHOLM, A community text pattern in the European Commission press release? A generic and genetic view, 33-58.
Tom VAN HOUT and Geert JACOBS, News production theory and practice: Fieldwork notes on power, interaction and agency, 59-85.
Henk PANDER MAAT, Editing and genre conflict: How newspaper journalists clarify and neutralize press release copy, 87-113.
Frank JANSEN, Conciseness, an outsider's perspective and smooth intonation contour: A comparison of appositions in press releases and news stories based upon them, 115-142.

18:2 (June 2008)
Isolda E. CARRANZA, Metapragmatics in a courtroom genre, 169-188.
Maria CHRISTODOULIDOU, Siga in interaction,189-213.
Ellen B. BASSO, Epistemic deixis in Kalapalo, 215-252.
Jennifer N. GARLAND, The importance of being Irish: National identity, cultural authenticity, and linguistic authority in an Irish language class in the United States, 253-276.
Andrew D. WONG, The trouble with Tongzhi: The politics of labeling among gay and lesbian Hongkongers, 277-301.
Xudong DENG, The use of listener responses in Mandarin Chinese and Australian English, 303-328.

18:3 (September 2008)
Adeyemi DARAMOLA, A child of necessity: An analysis of political discourse in Nigeria, 355-380.
Elwys DE STEFANI and Anne-Sylvie HORLACHER, Topical and sequential backlinking in a French radio phone-in program: Turn shapes and sequential placements, 381-406.
Jaime J. GELABERT-DESNOYER, Not so impersonal: Intentionality in the use of pronoun uno in contemporary Spanish political discourse, 407-424.
Michael HAUGH, Utterance-final conjunctive particles and implicature in Japanese conversation, 425-451.
Marianne MASON, Psychics and the 'other side': A discourse analysis of televised psychic readings, 453-468.
Nele NIVELLE, Counterfactual conditionals in argumentative legal language in Dutch, 469-490.
Dorien VAN DE MIEROOP, Co-constructing identities in speeches: How the construction of an 'other' identity is defining for the 'self' identity and vice versa, 491-509.
Anthony K. WEBSTER, "Plaza 'góó and before he can respond...": Language ideology, bilingual Navajo and Navajo poetry, 511-541.

18:4 (December 2008)
SPECIAL ISSUE: (Im)politeness in Spanish-speaking socio-cultural contexts
Edited by Diana Bravo

Diana BRAVO, (Im)politeness in Spanish-speaking socio-cultural contexts: Introduction, 563-576.
Diana BRAVO, The implications of studying politeness in Spanish-speaking contexts: A discussion (Las implicaciones del estudio de la cortesía en contextos del español. Una discusión), 577-603.
Adriana BOLÍVAR, Perceptions of (im)politeness in Venezuelan Spanish: The role of evaluation in interaction (Percepciones de la (des)cortesía en el español de Venezuela: El papel de la evaluación en la interacción), 605-633.
Anna-Brita STENSTRÖM and Annette Myre JÖRGENSEN, A matter of politeness? A contrastive study of phatic talk in teenage conversation (¿Una cuestión de cortesía? Estudio contrastivo del lenguaje fático en la conversación juvenil), 635-657.
Domnita DUMITRESCU, Interrogative allo-repetitions in Mexican Spanish: Discourse functions and (im)politeness strategies (Alo-repeticiones interrogativas en el español mexicano: Funciones discursivas y estrategias de (des)cortesía), 659-680.
Nieves HERNÁNDEZ-FLORES, Politeness and other types of facework: Communicative and social meaning in a television panel discussion (Cortesía y otros tipos de actividades de imagen: Significado comunicativo y social en un debate televisivo), 681-706.
Josefa CONTRERAS FERNÁNDEZ, Conversational silence and face in two sociocultural contexts (Silencio conversacioonal e imagen social en dos contextos socioculturales), 707-728.
Silvia KAUL DE MARLANGEON, Impoliteness in institutional and non-institutional contexts (La descortesía en contextos institucionales y no institucionales), 729-749.
Marta ALBELDA MARCO, Influence of situational factors in the codification and interpretation of impoliteness (Influencia de los factores situacionales en la codificación e interpretación de la descortesía), 751-773.
Maria BERNAL, Do insults always insult? Genuine politeness versus non-genuine politeness in colloquial Spanish (¿Insultan los insultos? Descortesía auténtica vs. descortesía no auténtica en el español coloquial), 775-802.

19:1 (March 2009)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Youth language at the intersection: From migration to globalization
Edited by Mary Bucholtz and Elena Skapoulli

Mary BUCHOLTZ and Elena SKAPOULLI, Introduction: Youth language at the intersection: From migration to globalization, 1-16.  
Elaine CHUN, Speaking like Asian immigrants: Intersections of accommodation and mocking at a U.S. high school, 17-38.  
Jung-Eun Janie LEE, ‘She’s Hungarious so she’s Mexican but she’s most likely Indian’: Negotiating ethnic labels in a California junior high school, 39-63.   
Chantal TETREAULT, Reflecting respect: Transcultural communicative practices of Muslim French youth, 65-83.  
Elena SKAPOULLI, Transforming the label of ‘whore’: Teenage girls’ negotiation of local and global gender ideologies in Cyprus, 85-101.  
H. Samy ALIM, Translocal style communities: Hip hop youth as cultural theorists of style, language, and globalization, 103-127.  
Jennifer ROTH-GORDON and T.E. WORONOV, Commentary: Youthful concerns: Movement, belonging, and modernity , 129-143.

19:2 (June 2009)
Christine BOCÉRÉAN and  Michel MUSIOL, Mutual understanding mechanism in verbal exchanges between carers and multiply-disabled young,people: An interaction structure analysis, 161-177.
Maicol FORMENTELLI, Address strategies in a British academic setting, 179-196.
Carmen GARCÍA, ¿Qué::? cómo que te vas a casar? Congratulations and rapport management: A case study of Peruvian Spanish speakers, 197-222.
Song Mei LEE-WONG, Discourse as communicative action: Validation of China's new socio-cultural paradigm Qiye Wenhua/'enterprise culture', 223-239.
Ana Cristina MACÁRIO LOPES, Justification: A coherence relation, 241-252.
Cindi L. STURTZSREETHARAN, Ore and omae: Japanese men's uses of first- and second-person pronouns, 253-278.
Tiia TULVISTE and Boel DE GEER, Autonomy orientation in Estonian and Swedish family interactions, 279-291.  

19:3 (September 2009)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Language, discourse and identities: Snapshot from Greek contexts edited by Alexandra Georgakopoulou and Vally Lytra  

Alexandra GEORGAKOPOULOU  and Vally LYTRA, Introduction: Language, discourse and identities in Greek contexts, 311-316.
Dionysis GOUTSOS and Georgia FRAGAKI, Lexical choices of gender identity in Greek genres: The view from corpora, 317-340.
Argiris ARCHAKIS and Angeliki TZANNE, Constructing social identities through story-telling: Tracing Greekness in Greek narratives, 341-360.
Stavroula TSIPLAKOU, Doing (bi)lingualism: Language alternation as performative construction of online identities, 361-391.
Tereza SPILIOTI, Graphemic representation of text-messaging: Alphabet-choice and code-switches in Greek SMS, 393-412.
Jannis ANDROUTSOPOULOS, Global issues and local findings from Greek contexts: A postscript, 413-417.
Korina GIAXOGLOU, Entextualizing vernacular forms in a Maniat village: Features of orthopraxy in local folklore practice, 419-434.
Lukas D. TSITSIPIS, The discursive construction of multiple identities of the Albanian (Arvanitika) speakers of Greece, 435-448.
Vally LYTRA, Constructing academic hierarchies: Teasing and identity work among peers at school, 449-466.
Alexandra GEORGAKOPOULOU and Katerina FINNIS, Code-switching 'in site' for fantasizing identities: A case study of conventional uses of London Greek Cypriot, 467-488.
Jan BLOMMAERT, Delicacies: Some reflections - Postscript, 489-491.

19:4 (December 2009)

Saeko FUKUSHIMA, Evaluation of politeness: Do the Japanese evaluate attentiveness more positively than the British?, 501-518.
Cher Leng LEE, Compliments and responses during Chinese new year celebrations in Singapore, 519-541.
Kashama MULAMBA, Social beliefs for the realization of the speech acts of apology and complaint as defined in Ciluba, French, and English, 543-564.
Thomas SCHMIDT and Kai WÖRNER, EXMARaLDA – Creating, analyzing and sharing spoken language corpora for pragmatics research, 565-582.
Satoko SUZUKI, Vernacular style writing: Strategy blurring of the boundary between spoken and written discourse in Japanese, 583-608.
Reinhild VANDEKERCKHOVE, Annick DE HOUWER, and Aline REMAEL, Between language policy and linguistic reality: Intralingual subtitling on Flemish television, 609-628.

20:1 (March 2010)
Mohammed Nahar AL-ALI, Generic patterns and socio-cultural resources in acknowledgements accompanying Arabic Ph.D. dissertations, 1-26.
Nana Aba APPIAH AMFO, Noun phrase conjunction in Akan: The grammaticalization path, 27-41.
Nydia FLORES-FERRÁN, Letting go of the past in Spanish therapeutic discourse: An examination of verbs and discursive variables, 43-70.
Yoko HASEGAWA, The sentence-final particles ne and yo in soliloquial Japanese, 71-89.
Paul K. KROSKRITY, Getting negatives in Arizona Tewa: On the relevance of ethnopragmatics and language ideologies to understanding a case ofgrammaticalization, 91-107. Misumi SADLER, Subjective and intersubjective uses of Japanese verbs of cognition in conversation, 109-128.

20:2 (June 2010)
Yuri HOSODA and David ALINE, Positions and actions of classroom-specific applause, 133-148. Carlos DE PABLOS-ORTEGA, Attitudes of English speakers towards thanking in Spanish, 149-170.
Hiroko IKUTA, Eskimo language and Eskimo song in Alaska: A sociolinguistics of deglobalisation in endangered language, 171-189.
Lidia TANAKA, Is formality relevant? Japanese tokens hai, ee and un, 191-211.
Antonio BLANCO SALGUEIRO, Promises, threats, and the foundations of speech act theory, 213-228.
Margret SELTING, Affectivity in conversational storytelling. An analysis of displays of anger or indignation in complaint stories, 229-277.

20:3 (September2010)
Ataya AOKI, Rapport management in Thai and Japanese social talk during group discussions, 289-313.
Lutgard LAMS, Linguistic tools of empowerment and alienation in the Chinese official press: Accounts about the April 2001 Sino-American diplomatic standoff, 315-342.
Cynthia LEE, An exploratory study of the interlanguage pragmatic compehension of young learners of English, 343-373.
Grit LIEBSCHER, Jennifer DAILEY-O'CAIN, Mareike MÜLLER, and Tetyana REICHERT, Negotiating identities through pronouns of address in an immigrant community, 375-400.
Elizabeth PETERSON, Perspective and politeness in Finnish requests, 401-423.
Gerald STELL, Ethnicity in linguistic variation: White and coloured identities in Afrikaans-English code-switching, 425-447.  

20:4 (December 2010)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Heteroglossia and language ideologies in children's peer play interactions edited by Amy Kyratzis, Jennifer F. Reynolds and Ann-Carita Evaldsson  

Amy KYRATZIS, Jennifer F. REYNOLDS, and Ann-Carita EVALDSSON, Introduction: Heteroglossia and language ideologies in children's peer play interactions, 457-466.
Jennifer F. REYNOLDS, Enregistering the voices of discursive figures of authority in Antonero children's socio-dramatic play, 467-493.
Amanda MINKS, Socializing heteroglossia among Miskitu children on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua, 495-522.
Inmaculada GARCÍA-SÁNCHEZ, Serious games: Code-switching and gendered identities in Moroccan immigrant girls' pretend play, 523-555.
Amy KYRATZIS, Latina girls' peer play interactions in a bilingual Spanish-English U.S. preschool: Heteroglossia, frame-shifting, and language ideology, 557-586.
Ann-Carita EVALDSSON and Asta CEKAITE, Subverting and reproducing institutionalized norms for language use in multilingual peer groups, 587-604.  

21:1 (March 2011)
Michael W. Young, Malinowski's last word on the anthropological approach to language, pp. 1-22.
Jamal B.S. al-Qinai, Translating phatic expressions, pp. 23-39.
Marco Hammam, Text vs. comment: Some examples of the rhetorical value of the diglossic code-switching in Arabic - a Gumperzian approach, pp. 41-67.
Heinz L. Kretzenbacher, Perceptions of national and regional standards of addressing in Germany and Austria, pp. 69-83.
Hans J. Ladegaard, Stereotypes and the discursive accomplishment of intergroup differentiation: Talkig about 'the other' in a global business organization, pp. 85-109.
Marianne Mason, Examining the rhetorical structure and discursive features of letters of leniency as a genre, pp. 111-125.
Krishna Seunarinesingh, School administrators'discursive positioning in talk about deviant high school students, pp. 127-144.
Maria José García Vizcaíno, Humor in code-mixed airline advertising, pp. 145-170.  

21:2 (June 2011)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Reframing framing: Interaction and the constitution of culture and society Edited by Hiroko Takanashi, and Joseph Sung-Yul Park  

Joseph Sung-Yul Park and Hiroko Takanashi, Introduction: Reframing framing: Interaction and the constitution of culture and society, pp. 185-190.
Annette R. Harrison, Representing the ideal self: Represented speech and performance roles in Fulfulde personal narratives, pp. 191-211.
Minerva Oropeza Escobar, Framing and collaboration in storytelling events: Forgetfulness, reflexivity and word search, pp. 213-230.
Hiroko Takanashi, Complementary stylistic resonance in Japanese play framing, pp. 231-264.
Joseph Sung-Yul Park, Framing, stance, and affect in Korean metalinguistic discourse, pp. 265-282.
Jenny Cook-Gumperz and John J. Gumperz, Commentary: Frames and contexts: Another look at the macro-micro link, pp. 283-286.  

21:3 (September 2011)
Israel Berger, Support and evidence for considering local contingencies in studying and transcribing silence in conversation, pp. 291-306.
Andreea S. Calude and Gerald P. Delahunty, Inferentials in spoken English, pp. 307-340.
Mie Hiramoto, Is dat dog you're eating?: Mock Filipino, Hawai'i creole, and local elitism, pp. 341-371.
Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway, Ordering burgers, reordering relations: Gestural interactions between hearing and d/Deaf Nepalis, pp. 373-391.
Elizabeth Holt, On the nature of "laughables": Laughter is a response to overdone figurative phrases, pp. 393-410.
Edward Reynolds, Enticing a challengeable in arguments: Sequence, epistemics and preference organisation, pp. 411-430.
Esther Schely-Newman, Discourse of (il)literacy: Recollections of Israeli literacy teachers, pp. 431-452.
Naoko Taguchi, Rater variation in the assessment of speech acts, pp. 453-471.
Assimakis Tseronis, Use and abuse of the strategic function of in fact and frankly when qualifying a standpoint, pp. 473-490.  

21:4 (December 2011)
Ruth Breeze, Critical discourse analysis and its critics, pp. 493-525.
Gonen Dori-Hacohen, "I have a question for you": Practices for achieving institutional interaction in Israeli radio phone-in programs, pp. 527-548.
Saeko Fukushima, A cross-generational and cross-cultural study on demonstration of attentiveness, pp. 549-571.
Susanne Günthner, The construction of emotional involvement in everyday German narratives - interactive uses of 'dense constructions', pp. 573-592.
Chiung-chih Huang, Language socialization of affect in Mandarin parent-child conversation, pp. 593-618.
Akin Odebunmi, Concealment in consultative encounters in Nigerian hospitals, pp. 619-645.
Senja Pollak, Roel Coesemans, Walter Daelemans, and Nada Lavrac, Detecting contrast patterns in newspaper articles by combining discourse analysis and text mining, pp. 647-683.  

22:1 (March 2012)
Spyridoula Bella, Length of residence and intensity of interaction: Modification in Greek L2 requests, pp. 1-39.\
Gerald P. Delahunty, An analysis of The Thing is that S sentences, pp. 41-78.
Jennifer D. Ewald, "Can you tell me how to get there?": Naturally-occurring versus role-play data in direction-giving, pp. 79-102.
Samir Omar Jarbou, Medial deictic demonstratives in Arabic: fact or fallacy, pp. 103-118.
Leelo Keevallik, Compromising progressivity: 'No'-prefacing in Estonian, pp. 119-146.
Michael Meeuwis and Koen Stroeken, Non-situational functions of demonstrative noun phrases in Lingala (Bantu), pp. 147-166.
Juan Luis Rodriguez, The interplay of greetings and promises: Political encounters between the Warao and the new indigenous leadership in the Orinoco Delta, Venezuela, pp. 167-188.  

22:2 (June 2012)
SPECIAL ISSUE: The interplay between professional identities and age, gender and ethnicity Edited by Dorien Van De Mieroop and Jonathan Clifton  

Van De Mieroop Dorien, and Jonathan Clifton, The interplay between professional identities and age, gender and ethnicity: Introduction, pp. 193-201.
Ostermann Ana Cristina, and Caroline Comunello Da Costa, Gender and professional identity in three institutional settings in Brazil: The case of responses to assessment turns, pp. 203-230.
Reissner-Roubicek Sophie, "The guys would like to have a lady": The co-construction of gender and professional identity in interviews between employers and female engineering students, pp. 231-254.
Angouri Jo, "The older I get the less I trust people":  Constructing age identities in the workplace, pp. 255-277.
Schnurr Stephanie, and Olga Zayts, "You have to be adaptable, obviously":  Constructing professional identities in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong, pp. 279-300.
Van De Mieroop Dorien, The discursive construction of gender, ethnicity and the workplace in second generation immigrants' narratives: The case of Moroccan women in Belgium, pp. 301-325.
Miglbauer Marlene, "... Because I'm just a stupid woman from an ngo":  Interviews and the interplay between constructions of gender and professional identity, pp. 327-345.  

22:3 (September 2012)
Reza Abdi, Smoothing the rough edges: Towards a typology of disclaimers in research articles, pp. 355-369.
Tim Greer, Accomplishing multiethnic identity in mundane talk: Half-Japanese teenagers at an international school, pp. 371-390.
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, pp. 391-416.
Felicitas Macgilchrist, Global subjects: Exploring subjectivation through ethnography of media production, pp. 417-445.
Bernard Mulo Farenkia, Compliment strategies and regional variation in French: Evidence from Cameroon and Canadian French, pp. 447-476.
Gerald Stell, Ethnicity and codeswitching: Ethnic differences in grammatical and pragmatic patterns of codeswitching in the Free State, pp. 477-499.
Jan Zienkowski, Overcoming the post-structuralist methodological deficit - metapragmatic markers and interpretive logics in a critique of the Bologna process, pp. 501-534.  

22:4 (December 2012)
María-Isabel González-Cruz, Apologizing in Spanish: A study of the strategies used by university students in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, pp. 543-565.
Cecilia Lazzeretti and Marina Bondi, 'A hypnotic viewing experience'. Promotional features in the language of exhibition press announcements, pp.567-589.
Yo-An Lee, Building connected discourse in non-native speech: Re-specifying non-native proficiency, pp. 591-614.
Gonzalo Martínez-Camino, Dialogicality and dialogue: An analysis of complexity and dynamics of fictitious dialogues in Spanish and Mexican television advertising, pp. 615-650.
Nigel Musk, Performing bilingualism in Wales: Arguing the case for empirical and theoretical eclecticism, pp. 651-669.
Isabella Paoletti, Operators managing callers' sense of urgency in calls to the medical emergency number, pp. 671-695.
Junko Saito, Construction of institutional identities by male individuals in subordinate positions in the Japanese workplace, pp. 697-719.  

23:1 (March 2013)
Akin Adetunji, The interactional context of humor in Nigerian stand-up comedy, pp. 1-22.
Jörg Bücker, Indexing narrative metalepsis in German conversational story-telling: The case of "von wegen" and "nach dem Motto", pp. 23-49.
Victor Ho, Strategic use of nouns and pronouns in public discourse: The case of the fine-tuning of the medium of instruction policy in Hong Kong, pp. 51-67.
Rudy Loock, Extending further and refining Prince's taxonomy of given/new information: A case of study of non-restrictive, relevance-oriented structures, pp. 69-91.
Leighton C. Peterson and Anthony K. Webster, Speech play and language ideologies in Navajo terminology development, pp. 93-116.
Maria Elena Placencia and Catalina Fuentes Rodríguez, In between spectacle and political correctness: Vamos con todo - an ambivalent news/talk show, pp. 117-145.
Satoko Suzuki, Connection and emotion: Extensive clause combining in contemporary Japanese fiction, pp. 147-167.
Leslie Vandeputte-Tavo, New technologies and language shifting in Vanuatu, pp. 169-179.  

23:2 (June 2013)
José Luis Blas Arroyo, Constraint factors in the formulation of questions in conflictual discourse: An analysis of Spanish face-to-face election debates, pp. 187-213.
Yupin Chen, Children's formal division of labor in requests, pp. 215-241.
Maria Frick, Singing and codeswitching in sequence closings, pp. 243-273.
Saeko Fukushima, Evaluation of (im)politeness: A comparative study among Japanese students, Japanese parents and American students on evaluation of attentiveness, pp. 275-299.
Maria José Hellín García, Legitimization and delegitimization strategies on terrorism: A corpus-based analysis of building metaphors, pp. 301-330.
Jürgen Jaspers and Sarah Van Hoof, Hyperstandardisation in Flanders: Extreme enregisterment and its aftermath, pp. 331-359.
Bram Vertommen, The strategic value of pronominal choice: Exclusive and inclusive "we" in political panel debates, pp. 361-383.  

23:3 (September 2013)
Silvia Adler, Silent and semi-silent arguments in the graphic novel, pp. 389-402.
Jonathan Clifton, What’s in a name? Names, national identity, assimilation, and the new racist discourse of Marie Le Pen, pp. 403-420.
Sigurd D’Hondt, Analyzing equivalences in discourse, pp. 421-445. 
Tamaki Kitayama, The distribution and characteristics of Japanese vocatives in business situations, pp. 447-479.
Minerva Oropeza-Escobar, Direct reported speech as a frame for meta-narration, pp. 481-498.
Eleni Petraki and Sarah Bayes, Teaching oral requests: An evaluation of five English as a second language coursebooks, pp. 499-517.
MelisaStevanivic, Constructing a proposal as a thought: A way to manage problems in the initiation of joint decision-making in Finnish workplace interaction, pp. 519-544.
Adina Ioana Velea, Imperatives and commitments in Romanian academic meeting interactions, pp. 545-564.
Obituary, John Gumperz 1922-2013, pp. 569-570.
Obituary, Shoshana Blum-Kulka 1936-2013, pp. 571-572.  

23:4 (December 2013)
Miguel A. Aijón Oliva, On the meanings and functions of grammatical choice: The Spanish first-person plural in written-press discourse, pp. 573-603.
Margarida Bassols, Anna Cros, and Anna M. Torrent, Emotionalization in new television formats of science popularization, pp. 605-632.
Zouheir A. Maalej, Framing and manipulation of person deixis in Husni Mubarak's last three speeches: A cognitive-pragmatic approach, pp. 633-659.
Rosina Márquez Reiter, Fabricated ignorance: The search for good value for money, pp. 661-684.
Thi Thuy Minh Nguyen, and Gia Anh Le Ho, Requests and politeness in Vietnamese as a native language, pp. 685-714.
Wei Ren, The effect of study abroad on the pragmatic development of the internal modification of refusals, pp. 715-741.
Roxana Sandu, 'Su(m)imasen'and 'Gomen nasai': Beyond apologetic functions in Japanese, pp. 743-767.  

24:1 (March 2014)
María Jesus Barros García and Marina Terkourafi, First-order politeness in rapprochement and distancing cultures: Understanding and uses of politeness by Spanish native speakers from Spain and Spanish non-native speakers from the U.S., pp. 1-34.
Chie Fukuda, Identities and linguistic varieties in Japanese: An analysis of language ideologies as participants' accomplishments, pp. 35-62.
Patricia Kolaiti, Text and contextual information retrieval: A relevance-theoretic approach to cohesion, pp. 63-81.
Sarah S. Meacham, The alternation of desu/-masu with plain form speech and the constitution of social class in Japanese high school English lessons, pp. 83-104.
Maryann Overstreet, The role of pragmatic function in the grammaticalization of English general extenders, pp. 105-129.
Dorien Van De Mieroop, and Jonathan Clifton, The discursive management of identity in interviews with female former colonials of the Belgian Congo: Scrutinizing the role of the interviewer, pp. 131-155.
Shawn Warner-Garcia, Laughing when nothing's funny: The pragmatic use of coping laughter in the negotiation of conversational disagreement, pp. 157-180.  

24:2 (June 2014)
SPECIAL ISSUE: The interaction between context and grammar in Functional Discourse Grammar .
Edited by Núria Alturo, Evelien Keizer, and Lluís Payrató   

Núria Alturo, Evelien Keizer, and Lluís Payrató, The interaction between context and grammar in Functional Discourse Grammar: Introduction, pp.185-201
Kees Hengeveld, and J. Lachlan Mackenzie, Grammar and context in Functional Discourse Grammar, pp. 203-227
John H. Connolly, The Contextual Component within a dynamic implementation of the FDG model: Structure and interaction, pp. 229-248
J. Lachlan Mackenzie, The Contextual Component in a dialogic FDG, pp. 249-273
Riccardo Giomi, Grammar, context and the hearer: A proposal for an addressee-oriented model of Functional Discourse Grammar, pp. 275-296
Daniel García Velasco, Activation and the relation between context and grammar, pp. 297-316
Freek Van De Velde, The discourse motivation for split-ergative alignment in Dutch nominalisations (and elsewhere), pp. 317-348 
Gareth O’ Neill, Humming, whistling, singing, and yelling in Pirahã. Context and channels of communication in FDG, pp. 349-375 
John H. Connolly, Recontextualisation, resemiotisation and their analysis in terms of an FDG-based framework, pp.377-397
Evelien Keizer, Context and cognition in Functional Discourse Grammar: What, where and why? pp. 399-423  

24:3 (September 2014)
SPECIAL ISSUE : Approaches to grammar for interactional linguistics
Edited by Ritva Laury, Marja Etelämäki and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen  

Ritva Laury, Marja Etelämäki and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Introduction, pp. 435-452
Marja-Liisa Helasvuo, Searching for motivations for grammatical patternings, pp. 453-476
Marja Etelämäki  and Laura Visapää, Why blend conversation analysis with cognitive grammar?, pp. 477-506
Jan Lindström, On the place of turn and sequence in grammar. Verb-first clausal constructions in Swedish talk-in-interaction, pp. 507-532
Peter Auer, Syntactic structures and their symbiotic guests. Notes on analepsis from the perspective of on-line syntax, pp. 533-560
Ritva Laury  and Tsuyoshi Ono, The limits of grammar: Clause combining in Finnish and Japanese conversation , pp. 561-592
Anne-Sylvie Horlacher and Simona Pekarek-Doehler, ‘Pivotage’ in French talk-in-interaction: On the emergent nature of [clause-NP-clause] pivots, pp. 593-622
Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, What does grammar tell us about action?, pp. 623-648
Tiina Keisanen  and Elise Kärkkäinen, A multimodal analysis of compliment sequence in everyday English interactions, pp. 649-672  

24:4 (December 2014)  
Spyridoula Bella, A contrastive study of apologies performed by Greek native speakers and English learners of Greek as a foreign language, pp. 679-714
Vito Bongiorno, The way coca “speaks”. Pragmatic features of Andean divination, pp. 715-734
Cade Bushnell, On developing a systematic methodology for analyzing categories in talk-in-interaction: Sequential categorization analysis, pp. 735-756
Krisda Chaemsaithong, Dramatic monologues: The grammaticalization of speaking roles in courtroom opening statements, pp, 757-784
Sabina Halupka-Rešetar and Biljana Radić-Bojanić, The discourse marker znači in Serbian: An analysis of semi-formal academic discourse , pp. 785-798
Natasha Shrikant, “It’s like, ‘I’ve never met a lesbian before!’”: Personal narratives and the construction of diverse female identities in a lesbian counterpublic, pp. 799-818
Samuel Zakowski, "You didn’t build that." A relevance-theoretic approach to President Obama’s campaign flub, pp. 819-838  

25:1 (March 2015)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Relational work in Facebook and discussion boards/fora
Edited by Miriam A. Locher, Brook Bolander and Nicole Höhn  

Miriam A. Locher, Brook Bolander and Nicole Höhn,Introducing relational work in Facebook and discussion boards, pp. 1-21
Irene Theodoropoulou, Politeness on Facebook: The case of Greek birthday wishes, pp. 23-45
Sonja Kleinke and Birte Bös, Intergroup rudeness and the metapragmatics of its negotiation in online discussion fora, pp. 47-71
Michael Haugh, Wei-Lin Melody Chang and Dániel Kádár, “Doing deference”: Identities and relational practices in Chinese online discussion boards, pp. 73-98
Brook Bolander and Miriam A. Locher, “Peter is a dumb nut”: Status updates and reactions to them as ‘acts of positioning’ in Facebook , pp. 99-122  

25:2 (June 2015)
Mohammed Nahar Al-Ali and Fahad M. Alliheibi, Struggling to retain the functions of passive when translating English thesis abstracts, pp. 129-148
Galia Hirsch, Whose side are we on? Viewers' reactions to the use of irony in news interviews, pp. 149-178
Hiroko Itakura, Constructing Japanese men's multidimensional identities: A case study of mixed-gender talk, pp. 179-203
Chad Nilep, Ideologies of language at Hippo Family Club, pp. 205-227
Francisco J. Rodríguez-Muñoz, The pausative pattern of speakers with and without high-functioning autism spectrum disorder from long silences, pp. 229-249
Lidia Tanaka, Advice in Japanese radio phone-in counselling, pp. 251-285
Villy Tsakona, "The doctor said I suffer from vitamin € deficiency":  Investigating the multiple social functions of Greek crisis jokes, pp. 287-313  

25:3 (September 2015)
Magdalena Adamczyk, Do hedges always hedge? On non-canonical multifunctionality of jakby in Polish, pp. 321-344
Yumiko Enyo, Contexts and meanings of Japanese speech styles: A case of hierarchical identity construction among Japanese college students, pp. 345-367
Dániel Z. Kádár and Annick Paternoster, Historicity in metapragmatics. A study of ‘discernment’ in Italian metadiscourse, 369-391
Riikka Nissi and Esa Lehtinen, Conducting a task while reconstructing its meaning: Interaction, professional identities and recontextualization of a written task assignment, pp. 393-423
Ignacio M. Palacios Martínez and Paloma Núñez Pertejo, “Go up to Miss Thingy”. “He’s probably like a whatsit or something”. Placeholders in focus. The differences in use between teenagers and adults in spoken English, pp. 425-451
Cristián Santibáñez and Dale Hample, Orientations toward interpersonal arguing in Chile, pp. 453-476
Chihsia Tang, The influence of the addressers’ and the addressees’ gender identities on the addressers’ linguistic politeness behavior: Some evidence from criticisms in Taiwanese media discourse, pp. 477-499
Obituary, Josie Bernicot (1955-2015), pp. 501-502  

25:4 (December 2015)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Language ideologies and writing systems Edited by Jennifer A. Dickinson  

Jennifer A. Dickinson, Introduction: Language ideologies and writing systems, pp. 507-516
Jennifer A. Dickinson, Plastic letters: Alphabet mixing and ideologies of print in Ukrainian shop signs, pp. 517-534
Diane Riskedahl, Lebanese political advertising and the dialogic emergence of signs, pp. 535-551
Patricia G. Lange, Typing your way to technical identity: Interpreting participatory ideologies online, pp. 553-572
Judith M.S.  Pine, Writing right: Language standardization and entextualization, pp. 573-588
Susan E. Frekko, Standardizing opinion: Projecting a national Catalan public through letters to the editor, pp. 589-615  

26:1 (March 2016)  
Ruth Breeze, Negotiating alignment in newspaper editorials: The role of concur-counter patterns, pp. 1-19
Carmen García, Peruvian Spanish speakers’ cultural preferences in expressing gratitude, pp. 21-49
Zane Goebel, Represented speech: Private lives in public talk, pp. 51-67 Afef Labben, Reconsidering the development of the discourse completion test in interlanguage pragmatics, pp. 69-91
Glaucia Muniz Proença Lara, Pragmatics and discourse analysis: A dialogue on the concept of aphorization in media texts , pp. 93-109
Chihsia Tang, Managing criticisms in US-based and Taiwan-based reality talent contests: A cross-linguistic comparison, pp. 111-136
Mingjian Xiang and Esther Pascual, Debate with Zhuangzi: Expository questions as fictive interaction blends in an old Chinese text, pp. 137-162

26:2 (June 2016)
Michael Tosin Gbogi, Language, identity, and urban youth subculture. Nigerian Hip Hop music as an exemplar, pp. 171-195.
Reiko Hayashi, Categorization in talk: A case study of taxonomies and social meaning, pp. 197-219.
Yen-Liang Lin, Discourse marking in spoken intercultural communication between British and Taiwanese adolescent learners, pp. 221-245.
Yasuko Obana, Speech level shifts in Japanese: A different perspective. The application of symbolic interactionist role theory, pp. 247-290.
Laura Rosenbaun, Sheizaf Rafaeli and Dennis Kurzon, Blurring the boundaries between domestic and digital spheres: Competing engagements in public Google hangouts, pp. 291-314.
Hooman Saeli, Persian favor asking in formal and informal academic contexts: The impact of gender and academic status, pp. 315-344.

26:3 (September 2016)
SPECIAL ISSUE: The referential ambiguity of personal pronouns and its pragmatic consequences
Edited by Barbara De Cock and Bettina Kluge

Barbara De Cock and Bettina Kluge, On the referential ambiguity of personal pronouns and its pragmatic consequences, 351-360
Barbara De Cock, Register, genre and referential ambiguity of personal pronouns: A cross-linguistic analysis, 361-378
Sarah Zobel, A pragmatic analysis of German impersonally used first person singular ‘ich’, 379-416
Torben Juel Jensen and Frans Gregersen, What do(es) you mean? The pragmatics of generic second person pronouns in modern spoken Danish, 417-446
Chiara Meluzzi, Pragmatic use of Ancient Greek pronouns in two communicative frameworks, 447-472
Òscar Bladas and Neus Nogué, “Que bé, tu!” (“That’s great, you!”): An emerging emphatic use of the second person singular pronoun tu (you) in spoken Catalan, 473-500
Bettina Kluge, Generic uses of the second person singular – how speakers deal with referential ambiguity and misunderstandings, 501-522      

26:4 (December 2016)

Spyridoula Bella, Offers by Greek FL learners: A cross-sectional developmental study, pp. 531-562           
Israel Berger, Celia Kitzinger and Sonja J. Ellis, Using a category to accomplish resistance in the context of an emergency call: Michael Jackson’s doctor, pp. 563-582
Susan Berk-Seligson and Mitchell A. Seligson, Reported threats: The routinization of violence in Central America, pp. 583-607
Marisa Diez-Arroyo, Vagueness: A loanword’s good friend. The case of ‘print’ in Spanish fashion, pp. 609-629
Maicol Formentelli and John Hajek, Address practices in academic interactions in a pluricentric language: Australian English, American English, and British English, pp. 631-652
Per Ledin and David Machin, Management discourse in university administrative documents in Sweden: How it recontextualizes and fragments scholarly practices and work processes, pp. 653-674
Christopher Leyland, ‘Pre-enactment’ in team-teacher planning talk: Demonstrating a possible future in the here-and-now, pp. 675-704      

27: 1 (March 2017)    
Dongmei Cheng,  "Communication is a two-way street": Instructors' perceptions of student apologies, pp. 1-32.
Daniel Kadar, The role of ideology in evaluations of (in)appropriate behavior in student-teacher relationships in China, pp. 33-56.
Jessica S. Robles, Misunderstanding as a resource in interaction, pp. 57-86.
María José Serrano, Going beyond address forms: Variation and style in the use of the second-person pronouns 'tú' and 'usted', pp. 87-114.
Foluke Olayinka Unuabonah, "Are you saying ...?":  Metapragmatic comments in Nigerian quasi-judicial public hearings, pp. 115-143.
Weihua Zhu, Perceptions of extended concurrent speech in Mandarin, pp. 144-170.

 

27:2 June 2017

Binmei Liu, The use of discourse markers 'but' and 'so' by native English speakers and Chinese speakers of English, pp.

Mia Halonen and Sari Pietikäinen, Mocking fakeness: Performance, phonetic aspiration and ethnic humour, pp.

Marcia Irene Macauley, The question of politeness in political interviews, pp.

Caroline Rieger, 'I want a real apology': A discursive pragmatics perspective on apologies, pp.