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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.
Bego?a 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 Ho?m, 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 Galasi?ski, 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.


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