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Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 6 of 7. Summary “Beginning with an exploration of the relationship between language and context, dking book introduces the major areas of linguistic pragmatics – deixis, speech acts, Doiny theory of conversational implicature, relevance theory and presupposition – before expanding into the wider areas of speech events, politeness phenomena, conversation and metapragmatics.
Each explanation is counterbalanced with the close examination of ‘live’ data, taken from a variety of sources, which serves to lighten the theory and to emphasize the doijg to’ application of pragmatics. Exercises are included at regular intervals throughout chapters to help confirm understanding and encourage practice of the principles learnt. Solutions and suggested answers to the exercises can be found at the back of book. Using and understanding language 2.
Deixis in the real world 2. The limits of indexicality 3. Language as a representation of intention 3.
Literal meaning and indirect speech acts 4. Grice’s theory of conversational implicature 4. Entailment and implicature 4.
Types and tokens 5. Sperber and Wilson’s Relevance Theory 5.
Relevance theory and degrees of understanding 5. Presuppositions as shared assumptions 6. Presuppositions as pragmatically conditioned 6. Presupposition in the real world 7. The effects of politeness 7. Brown and Levinson’s model of politeness strategies 8. The role of utterances in speech events 8. Conversations as speech events 9. Pragmatics and conversation 9. Talk and context 9. A pragjatics afterword The place of pragmatics in a theory of language Doing project work in pragmatics The nature of pragmatic investigation Includes bibliographical references and index.
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