29.2951, TOC: Pragmatics and Society 9 / 2 (2018)

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Subject: 29.2951, TOC: Pragmatics and Society 9 / 2 (2018)

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Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 11:39:43
From: Karin Plijnaar [karin.plijnaar at benjamins.nl]
Subject: Pragmatics and Society Vol. 9, No. 2 (2018)

 
Publisher:	John Benjamins
			http://www.benjamins.com/ 
			
Journal Title:  Pragmatics and Society 
Volume Number:  9 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2018 


Main Text:  

2018. iii, 160 pp.

Table of Contents

Obituary Charles Goodwin (1943-2018) 
Pages 173–174

Articles

Hedging in political interviewing: When Obama meets the press
Diane Ponterotto 
Pages 175–207

Why did Trump say “I hope you will let Flynn go” to Comey?: Pragmemes and
socio-pragmatics (A Strawsonian analysis)
Alessandro Capone and Antonino Bucca 
Pages 208–231

Language, attitudes and party politics: The representation of Republicans and
Democrats in Presidential weekly addresses
Dezheng (William) FENG and Shuo ZHANG 
Pages 232–251

Does a corpus informed analysis provide any insights as to why Robert
Phillipson’s theory of Linguistic Imperialism is labelled by some as a
conspiracy theory?
Sean Thornton 
Pages 252–273

Breathing life into social presence: The case of texting between friends
Marie-Theres Fester and Stephen J. Cowley 
Pages 274–296

Exploring the construction of the Irish Mammy in ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’: Making
and breaking the stereotype
Bróna Murphy and María Palma-Fahey 
Pages 297–328

Review

Review of Musolff, Andreas (2016) Political Metaphor Analysis: Discourse and
Scenarios
Reviewed by Kathleen Ahrens 
Pages 329–332
 



Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics



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