Lori Czerwionka

List of John Benjamins publications for which Lori Czerwionka plays a role.


Inquiries in Hispanic Linguistics: From theory to empirical evidence

Edited by Alejandro Cuza, Lori Czerwionka and Daniel Olson

Subjects Romance linguistics | Theoretical linguistics


This investigation of second language (L2) pragmatic development over a six-week, short-term study abroad program examines compliment responses among English-speaking, L2 learners of Spanish, and compares the L2 group to native speakers of Spanish and English. Data were collected by offering a… read more
This chapter explores stancetaking expressed in the second language (L2) as a means of identifying learners’ intercultural competence in order to offer a novel way to define sophisticated language use in context and to describe advanced L2 learners. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with… read more
The current investigation examined the development of second language (L2) intensifier use in spoken Spanish over a 6-week immersion program in Madrid (n = 45). Native Spanish speakers from Madrid (n = 10) served as a comparison group to represent the local ambient input or sociopragmatic norm… read more
Cuza, Alejandro, Lori Czerwionka and Daniel Olson 2016 IntroductionInquiries in Hispanic Linguistics: From theory to empirical evidence, Cuza, Alejandro, Lori Czerwionka and Daniel Olson (eds.), pp. ix–xii | Article
Czerwionka, Lori 2012 Evidential information represented in dialogue(Re)presentations and Dialogue, Cooren, François and Alain Létourneau (eds.), pp. 303–324 | Article
This article presents an analysis of the representation of evidential information in Spanish dialogues. Evidential information is defined as the source of the information communicated. Specifically, the representation of implicit and explicit sources of information is investigated in 28 dialogues… read more
Czerwionka, Lori 2010 9. Conflict resolution: Mexican and Spanish strategies of repairDialogue in Spanish: Studies in functions and contexts, Koike, Dale and Lidia Rodríguez-Alfano (eds.), pp. 189–220 | Chapter
This research examines politeness strategies used by Spanish speakers from Spain and Mexico in six situations involving contradictory monetary information. Twenty participants attempted to repair contradictory information in 120 responses that were classified based on Brown and Levinson’s (1987)… read more