Latest articles

10 June 2024

  • “It’s nothing serious, take it easy”: Chinese doctors’ emotion-regulating discourses on the online medical consultation websites
    Qingsheng Jiang, Yansheng MaoYihang Wang
  • 14 May 2024

  • A relevance-theoretic analysis of Colloquial Singapore English hor
    Junwen Lee
  • Metaphors to describe sanctions against Iran in American and Iranian newspapers
    Rasoul Mohammad HosseinpurMahdi Mansouri
  • 6 May 2024

  • Prosodic features of polite speech: Evidence from Korean interactional data
    Lucien Brown, Grace Eunhae OhKaori Idemaru
  • 30 April 2024

  • Why not focus on combating the virus? On the active and passive egocentrism in communications
    Baiyao Zuo
  • 18 April 2024

  • The use of the non-lexical sound öö in Hungarian same-turn self-repair
    Zsuzsanna Németh
  • 14 March 2024

  • ‘Where have you been hiding this voice?’: Judges’ compliments on the TV talent show Arab Idol
    Fathi Migdadi, Muhammad A. BadarnehAreej Qudaisat
  • 1 March 2024

  • Embodied interaction with face masks and social distancing: Brazilian health care workers’ daily routines in pandemic times
    Ulrike SchröderSineide Gonçalves
  • 29 January 2024

  • Multiple repair solutions in response to open class repair initiators (OCRIs) in next turn: The case of hospitality and tourism service encounters in English as a lingua franca (ELF)
    Aonrumpa ThongphutJagdish Kaur
  • 19 January 2024

  • How face is perceived in Chinese and Japanese: A contrastive study
    Qi XiaoLing Zhou | PRAG 34:2 (2024) pp. 264–292
  • 9 January 2024

  • Move combinations in the conclusion section of applied linguistics research articles
    Tomoyuki Kawase
  • 28 November 2023

  • What kind of laughter? The triple function of “Hhh” as a contempt, intention, and interpretation marker
    Pnina Shukrun-NagarGalia Hirsch
  • 21 November 2023

  • Modifying requests in a foreign language: A longitudinal study of Australian learners of Chinese
    Wei Li
  • 16 November 2023

  • Beyond the deferential view of the Chinese V pronoun nin
    Dániel Z. Kádár, Juliane HouseHao Liu
  • 2 November 2023

  • The role of multimodality and intertextuality in accentuating humor in Algerian Hirak’s posters
    Mohammed Nahar Al-AliBadra Hadj Djelloul
  • 23 October 2023

  • The use and perception of question tags in Trinidadian English
    Michael Westphal
  • 19 October 2023

  • The use of interlocking multi-unit turns in topic shifts
    Innhwa Park, Rachel S. Y. Chen, Jan Gorisch, Song Hee Park, Nadja TadicEiko Yasui
  • 15 September 2023

  • Syntax and music for interaction: ‘Music-taking-predicate’ constructions in Hebrew musician-to-musician discourse
    Yuval Geva
  • 11 September 2023

  • The pragmatics of advice-giving in the media discourse: The interplay of speaker gender and hearer gender
    Chihsia Tang
  • 7 September 2023

  • ‘I think’ in Swedish L1 and L2 group interactions
    Eveliina Tolvanen
  • 17 August 2023

  • Creative metaphors and non-propositional effects: An experiment
    Valandis Bardzokas
  • 27 July 2023

  • On the manifestness of assumptions: Gaining insights into commitment and emotions
    Didier Maillat | PRAG 33:3 (2023) pp. 460–485
  • 25 July 2023

  • Translating politeness on public notices with a directive function in Thessaloniki: A cross-cultural perspective
    Christopher Lees
  • An investigation of the formation and pragmatic strategies of “xx-zi: The case of Chinese internet buzzword juejuezi
    Junfang Mu, Lixin ZhangYuyang Chen
  • 20 July 2023

  • Notes on word order variation in Korean
    Chongwon ParkJaehoon Yeon
  • 4 July 2023

  • Pragmatic markers in English and Italian film dialogue: Distribution and translation
    Liviana Galiano
  • Modal particles in ironic utterances: A common-ground approach to pretended surprise in verbal irony
    Holden HärtlJana-Maria Thimm
  • 30 May 2023

  • Audible gestures: Single claps as a resource for managing interaction
    Eric Hauser
  • 25 May 2023

  • Interactional and categorial analyses of identity construction in the talk of female-to-male (FtM) transgender individuals in Japan
    Chie Fukuda
  • Polar answers: Accepting proposals in Greek telephone calls
    Theodossia-Soula PavlidouAngeliki Alvanoudi
  • 23 May 2023

  • Perceiving the organisation through a coding scheme: The construction of managerial expertise in organisational training
    Riikka NissiEsa Lehtinen
  • 16 May 2023

  • Dealing with missing participants in the opening phases of a videoconference
    Sabine HoffmannGiolo Fele
  • Requests for concrete actions in interaction: How support workers manage client participation in mental health rehabilitation
    Camilla Lindholm, Jenny Paananen, Melisa Stevanovic, Elina WeisteTaina Valkeapää | PRAG 34:2 (2024) pp. 190–214
  • ‘It seems my enemy is about having malaria’: The sociocultural context of verbal irony in Nigeria
    Felix Nwabeze Ogoanah | PRAG 34:2 (2024) pp. 215–237
  • Metarepresentational phenomena in Japanese and English: Implications for comparative linguistics
    Seiji Uchida | PRAG 33:3 (2023) pp. 436–459
  • 15 May 2023

  • Delving into suggestion speech acts in Chinese authoritative academic discourse: A cognitive pragmatic perspective
    Ke LiWenyu Liu | PRAG 34:2 (2024) pp. 161–189
  • Definite reference and discourse prominence in Longxi Qiang
    Wuxi Zheng | PRAG 34:2 (2024) pp. 293–318
  • 10 May 2023

  • The use of invitations to bid in classroom interaction
    Jae-Eun Park | PRAG 34:2 (2024) pp. 238–263
  • 9 May 2023

  • Obituary
    PRAG 33:2 (2023) pp. 155–156
  • 25 April 2023

  • Responses to English compliments on language ability: A cross‑generational study of Saudi Arabian university female students and lecturers
    Randa Saleh Maine Alharbi, Pat StraussLynn Grant | PRAG 34:1 (2024) pp. 1–27
  • Didn’t she say to you, “Oh my God! In Pafos?”: Hypothetical quotations in everyday conversation
    Constantina Fotiou | PRAG 34:1 (2024) p. 81
  • Millennial identity work in BlablaCar online reviews
    María de la O Hernández-López | PRAG 34:1 (2024) pp. 134–159
  • 20 April 2023

  • Transcending the senpai ‘senior’/kōhai ‘junior’ boundary through cross-speaker repetition in Japanese
    Saeko Machi | PRAG 34:1 (2024) pp. 109–133
  • 5 April 2023

  • The cyclic nature of negation: From implicit to explicit. The case of Hebrew Bilti (‘not’)
    Ruti Bardenstein | PRAG 34:1 (2024) pp. 28–54
  • 27 March 2023

  • Language practices and policies of Singaporean-Japanese families in Singapore
    Francesco Cavallaro, Yan Kang Tan, Wenhan XieBee Chin Ng | PRAG 34:1 (2024) pp. 55–80
  • 23 March 2023

  • The pragmatics of alternative futures in political discourses: Legitimising the politics of preemption in Trump’s discourse on Iran
    Ali Basarati, Hadaegh RezaeiMohammad Amouzadeh | PRAG 33:4 (2023) pp. 505–531
  • 7 March 2023

  • Concepts and context in relevance-theoretic pragmatics: New developments
    Agnieszka PiskorskaManuel Padilla Cruz | PRAG 33:3 (2023) pp. 313–323
  • 24 February 2023

  • Non-literal uses of proper names in XYZ constructions: A relevance theory perspective
    Ewa Wałaszewska | PRAG 33:3 (2023) pp. 368–392
  • If I testify about others, my testimony is valid: A study of other-justified discourses in Chinese online medical crowdfunding
    Xin ZhaoYansheng Mao | PRAG 33:4 (2023) pp. 641–662
  • 17 January 2023

  • Korean imperatives at two different speech levels: Alternate ways of taking part in others’ actions and affairs
    Mary Shin Kim | PRAG 33:4 (2023) pp. 559–591
  • “Let’s … together”: Rapport management in Chinese directive public signs
    Xiaochun SunXinren Chen | PRAG 33:4 (2023) pp. 618–640
  • 10 January 2023

  • Intergenerational interviews in Negev Arabic: Negotiating lexical, discursive and cultural gaps
    Roni Henkin | PRAG 33:4 (2023) pp. 532–558