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Researching sociopragmatic variability : perspectives from variational, interlanguage and contrastive pragmatics

Author: Kate Beeching; Helen Woodfield
Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
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Researching Sociopragmatic Variability showcases a range of research approaches to the study of speech acts and pragmatic markers across different languages and varieties of a language, investigating native and non-native usages and variation across gender, situation and addressee.
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Beeching, Kate.
Researching Sociopragmatic Variability : Perspectives from Variational, Interlanguage and Contrastive Pragmatics.
Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Beeching; Helen Woodfield
ISBN: 9781137373953 1137373954 1349677035 9781349677030
OCLC Number: 923345504
Description: 1 online resource (305 pages)
Contents: List of Tables and Figures; Notes on the Contributors; 1 Introduction; Part I: Variational Pragmatics; 2 Pragmalinguistic Variation and Barista Perceptions in US Café Service Encounters; 3 The Role of Gender in Taiwan and Mainland Chinese Compliments; 4 Sociopragmatic Variation in Mainland and Taiwan Chinese Refusals; 5 Revisiting You Know Using the BNCweb Query System: a Sociopragmatic Analysis; 6 Compliment Responses among Malaysian Multilinguals; Part II: Interlanguage Pragmatics; 7 Sociopragmatic Variation in Native Speakers' and ESL Learners' Requests 8 Variability in Native and Non-Native Use of Pragmatic Markers: the Example of Well in Role-Play DataPart III: Contrastive Pragmatics; 9 Well in an English-Swedish and English-French Contrastive Perspective; 10 Combining Self-Report and Role-Play Data in Sociopragmatics Research: towards a Methodological Synthesis; Part IV: Sociopragmatic Competence and the Language Classroom; 11 Sociopragmatic Competence in FFL Language Teaching: towards a Principled Approach to Teaching Discourse Markers in FFL
Responsibility: edited by Kate Beeching, University of the West of England, UK, and Helen Woodfield, University of Bristol, UK.

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