Pragmatics & Cognition

Volume 21, Issue 1 (2013)

2013.  iv, 253 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
The calculability of communicative intentions through pragmatic reasoning
Robert E. Sanders, Yaxin Wu and Joseph A. Bonito
1–34
How the intentionality of emotion can be traced to the intensionality of emotion: Intensionality in emotive predicates
Prakash Mondal
35–54
Multivoiced decisions: A study of migrants’ inner dialogue and its connection to social argumentation
Sara Greco
55–80
Discourse markers as stance markers: Well in stance alignment in conversational interaction
Tomoko I. Sakita
81–116
Speaker’s meaning and non-cancellability
Guangwu Feng
117–138
Comprehension of conversational implicature in L2 Chinese
Naoko Taguchi, Shuai Li and Yan Liu
139–157
Rethinking communicative competence for typical speakers: An integrated approach to its nature and assessment
Meng-Ju Tsai
158–177
The coupling-constitution fallacy: Much ado about nothing
Aaron Kagan and Charles Lassiter
178–192
Hedging and rounding in numerical expressions
Sandra Williams and Richard Power
193–223
The communicative functions of five signing chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Charles Austin Leeds and Mary Lee A. Jensvold
224–247
Book Review
Review of Giuffrè (2011): Studies in Semiotic Textology in Honour of János S. Petöfi
Reviewed by Greg L. Lowhorn
249–253
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