Pragmatics at Issue

Selected papers of the International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerp, August 17–22, 1987

Volume 1

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This volume comprises the first part of selected papers of the International Pragmatics Conference in Antwerp, August 1987.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 6:1]  1991.  viii, 314 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii–viii
Preschoolers’ active search for pragmatic knowledge
Judith A. Becker
1–12
Children’s pragmatic knowledge of narrative tasks
Barbara Bokus
13–28
Psychopragmatics vs. sociopragmatics: the function of pragmatic markers in thinking-aloud protocols
Josiane Caron-Prague and Jean Caron
29–36
Semantics, pragmatics, and situated meaning
Aaron V. Cicourel
37–66
Conceptual and semantic co-ordination in children’s dialogue
Aileen Clark and Simon Garrod
67–80
How much pragmatics and how much grammar: yhe case of Haruai
Bernard Comrie
81–92
A sociolinguistic model of successful speech act construction
Jeff Connor-Linton
93–112
Towards a model for generating cleft sentences
Judy Delin
113–132
Four properties of speech-in-interaction and the notion of translocutionary act
Alessandro Duranti
133–150
The study of argumentation from a speech act perspective
Frans H. van Eemeren and Rob Grootendorst
151–170
Intentional ascription, autisma and trooubles with content
Beatrice de Gelder
171–190
Children’s referential communication in a game situation
Lisbeth Hedelin and Erland Hjelmquist
191–209
Towards a computational theory of speech acts
Peter Smith and David Holdcroft
211–227
The description of utterances in conversation
Amy B.M. Tsui
229–247
Primal content and actual content: an antidote to literal meaning
Robert Wilensky
249–275
References
277–299
Index of names
301–304
Index of subjects
305–314
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  91022067