Bibliography of Pragmatics Online

ORCID logoFrank Brisard | University of Antwerp | ebop at
ORCID logoMichael Meeuwis | Ghent University
ORCID logoJef Verschueren | University of Antwerp
Associate Editors
ORCID logoReginald Akuoko Duah | University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
ORCID logoNajma Al Zidjaly | Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
ORCID logoCarmen Maíz-Arévalo | Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
ORCID logoArtur Czapiga | University of Rzeszów, Poland
Zhengrui Han | Jinan University, Guangzhou, China
ORCID logoXiaoming Jiang | Tongji University, Shanghai, China
ORCID logoTariq Khan | Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysuru, India
Dipti Kulkarni | NMIMS University, Mumbai, India
ORCID logoDennis Kurzon | University of Haifa, Israel
ORCID logoErik F. Miletta Martins | Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Natal, Brazil
ORCID logoMinna Nevala | Tampere University, Finland
ORCID logoAnabella-Gloria Niculescu-Gorpin | University of Bucharest, Romania
Akin Odebunmi | University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Noriko O. Onodera | Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan
ORCID logoVahid Parvaresh | Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK
ORCID logoMilica Radulović | University of Niš, Serbia
ORCID logoNatasha Ravyse | North-West University, Vaal Triangle Campus, South Africa
ORCID logoNaomi Truan | University of Leipzig, Germany
ORCID logoJack Wilson | University of Salford, UK
Weihua Zhu | University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

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Linguistic Pragmatics is the interdisciplinary (cognitive, social, and cultural) science of natural language use. The Bibliography of Pragmatics Online is an annotated bibliography of this rapidly growing field. It covers topics from traditions that belong or have contributed to pragmatics in substantial ways (from accommodation theory, analytical philosophy and anthropological linguistics, to cognitive linguistics, construction grammar, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, linguistic anthropology, literary pragmatics, neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, relevance theory, sociolinguistics and its many subdomains, speech act theory, and universal and transcendental pragmatics, to name just a few).

Incorporating the four volumes of Jan Nuyts & Jef Verschueren, 1987, A Comprehensive Bibliography of Pragmatics, coverage has been updated annually ever since. With many thousands of entries, the bibliography offers a thesaurus and provides CrossRef DOIs, where available, for easier interlinking.

The Bibliography of Pragmatics Online primarily addresses the needs of students, researchers, scholars and experts on language and linguistics, and it in fact caters to any individual with a personal or professional interest in problems of language use and communication.

As of January 2020, the Bibliography of Pragmatics Online is an open access product, enabling the community of users to contribute to its further maintenance and expansion, particularly beyond the borders of dominant mainstream publications.

The Bibliography of Pragmatics Online is available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license.


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