Institutional Politeness in (South) East Asia

Special Issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 21:1 (2011)

Editors
Francesca Bargiela | University of Warwick, UK
ORCID logoDániel Z. Kádár | Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 21:1] 2011.  vi, 158 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Institutional politeness in (South) East Asia: An introduction
Dániel Z. Kádár and Francesca Bargiela
1–9
Cantonese politeness in the interviewing setting
Yuling Pan
10–33
Positioning and multidimensional (im)politeness in Korean Oriental medical discourse
Ki-tae Kim
34–59
Politeness in a Japanese intra-organisational meeting: Honorifics and socio-dialectal code switching
Hiromasa Tanaka
60–76
Rapport management in air traffic control in Malaysian aviation discourse
Shamala Paramasivam
77–96
Epilogue
Yuling Pan
97–102
Book Reviews
Review of Bousfield (2008): Impoliteness in Interaction
Reviewed by Sandra J. Harris
103–107
Review of Sun & Kádár (2008): It’s the Dragon’ Turn: Chinese Institutional Discourses
Reviewed by Andrew John Merrison
108–113
Regular papers
Japanese sojourners’ attitudes toward Americans: Exploring the influences of communication accommodation, linguistic competence, and relational solidarity in intergroup contact
Makiko Imamura, Yan Bing Zhang and Jake Harwood
115–132
Stereotypes in the making: Prejudice and cultural generalizations in Hong Kong students’ discourse
Hans J. Ladegaard
133–158
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Communication Studies

Communication Studies