29.2971, TOC: Pragmatics and Society 9 / 3 (2018)

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Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2018 13:00:36
From: Karin Plijnaar [karin.plijnaar at benjamins.nl]
Subject: Pragmatics and Society Vol. 9, No. 3 (2018)

Publisher:	John Benjamins
Journal Title:  Pragmatics and Society 
Volume Number:  9 
Issue Number:  3 
Issue Date:  2018 

Subtitle:  Special Issue: Discourse approaches to evidentiality in Spanish   

Main Text:  

2018. v, 162 pp.

Table of Contents


Introduction to the special issue: Discourse approaches to evidentiality in
Marta Albelda Marco and Maria Estellés 
Pages 333–339

Does the source matter?: Specificity in reportative evidentiality in Spanish
scientific discourse (1799–1920)
Dorota Kotwica 
Pages 340–355

Evidentiality in illness narratives: Structures with the Spanish verb ver in
autobiographical narratives of eating disorders
Carolina Figueras Bates 
Pages 356–380

Evidential language in Internet forums: A study of the unit “ya me dirás tú”
Aina Torrent i Alamany-Lenzen 
Pages 381–401

What genres tell us about evidentials and vice versa: A study of al parecer in
Spanish parliamentary debates
Maria Estellés 
Pages 402–428

Evidentials as a mark of genre: A study of four oral and written genres
Marta Albelda Marco 
Pages 429–453

Embodied departure from focal objects in a lingua franca campus tour
Yuri Hosoda and David Aline 
Pages 454–484


Review of Jones, Rodney H. (2016) Spoken Discourse
Reviewed by Danyal Freeman 
Pages 485–489

Review of Fischer, Kerstin (2016) Designing Speech for a Recipient: The Roles
of Partner Modeling, Alignment and Feedback in so-called ‘Simplified
Reviewed by Kim Ebensgaard Jensen 
Pages 490–494

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)


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