eBook The Routledge Pragmatics Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Published By:
  • ISBN-10: 0203873068
  • ISBN-13: 9780203873069
  • DDC: 306.44
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 680 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released April 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010
  • Price:  Sign in for price

About

Overview

First Published in 2009. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.Pragmatics has grown considerably in its relatively short history, from its original disciplinary influences in philosophy and linguistics, into a multidisciplinary field that encompasses a range of theoretical and empirical concerns. The Routledge Pragmatics Encyclopedia captures the diversity of these intellectual interests in a comprehensive, single-volume edition

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
The Pragmatics Encyclopedia.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Board of Consultants.
Contributors.
Preface.
Acknowledgements.
1: Abduction.
2: Academic Discourse.
3: Advertising, Pragmatics of.
4: Ambiguity.
5: Anaphora, Pragmatics of.
6: Anglo-American and European Continental Traditions.
7: Animal Communication, Pragmatics of.
8: Apologies.
9: Applied Linguistics.
10: Argumentation Theory.
11: Artificial Intelligence.
12: Assertion.
13: Assessment, Pragmatic.
14: Austin, J.L..
15: Autism Spectrum Disorders.
16: Bar-Hillel, Y..
17: Business Discourse.
18: Child Language Acquistion.
19: Classroom Discourse.
20: Clinical Pragmatics.
21: Cognitive Anthropology.
22: Cognitive Linguistics.
23: Cognitive Pragmatics.
24: Cognitive Psychology.
25: Cognitive Science.
26: Command.
27: Communication.
28: Communication Aids, Pragmatics of.
29: Communication Failure.
30: Competence, Communicative.
31: Competence, Linguistic.
32: Competence, Pragmatic.
33: Complaints.
34: Compliments.
35: Computational Pragmatics.
36: Context.
37: Contextualism.
38: Conventionality.
39: Conversation.
40: Conversational Turn-Taking.
41: Conversation Analysis.
42: Cooperative Principle.
43: Corpus Linguistics.
44: Cross-Cultural Pragmatics.
45: Cultural Scripts.
46: Culture.
47: Defaults in Utterance Interpretation.
48: Definiteness.
49: Deixis.
50: Dementia and Conversation.
51: Demonstratives.
52: Development, Pragmatic.
53: Disagreement.
54: Disambiguation.
55: Discourse.
56: Discourse Analysis.
57: Discourse Coherence.
58: Discourse Cohesion.
59: Discourse Markers.
60: Discourse Particles.
61: Domain Restriction.
62: Dramatic Discourse.
63: Echoic Use.
64: Electronic Health Discourse.
65: Ellipsis.
66: Entailment.
67: Ethnomethodology.
68: Evidentials.
69: Experimental Pragmatics.
70: Explicit/Implicit Distinction.
71: Fallacy Theory.
72: Focus.
73: Formal Pragmatics.
74: Gender.
75: Generalized Conversational Implicature, Theory of.
76: Gestural Communication.
77: Given/New Distinction.
78: Grammaticalization.
79: Grice, H.P..
80: Habermas, J..
81: Hedges.
82: Heuristic.
83: Historical Pragmatics.
84: History of Pragmatics.
85: Honorific Language.
86: Humour.
87: Hyperbole.
88: Idiom.
89: Implicature.
90: Impliciture.
91: Indefiniteness.
92: Indexicals.
93: Infant-Directed Talk and Pragmatics.
94: Inference.
95: Inferential Comprehension.
96: Information Structure.
97: Institutional and Professional Discourse.
98: Intention.
99: Intentionality.
100: Interactional Linguistics.
101: Intercultural Communication.
102: Interlanguage Pragmatics.
103: Internet Language.
104: Irony.
105: Knowledge.
106: Language Evolution.
107: Legal Pragmatics.
108: Lexical Pragmatics.
109: Literary Pragmatics.
110: Logical Form.
111: Maxims of Conversation.
112: Meaning.
113: Media Discourse.
114: Metaphor.
115: Metapragmatics.
116: Metarepresentation.
117: Misunderstanding.
118: Mitigation.
119: Modular Pragmatics.
120: Modularity of Mind Thesis.
121: Morphopragmatics.
122: Morris, C..
123: Narrative Discourse.
124: Natural and Non-Natural Meaning.
125: Negation, Pragmatics of.
126: Neo-Gricean Pragmatics.
127: Neuropragmatics.
128: Non-Verbal Communication, Pragmatics of.
129: Normative Pragmatics.
130: Optimality-Theory Pragmatics.
131: Ordinary Language Philosophy.
132: Parentheticals.
133: Peirce, C.S..
134: Performative Pragmatics.
135: Performativity.
136: Perspective-Taking/Point of View.
137: Phatic Communication.
138: Philosophy of Language.
139: Philosophy of Mind.
140: Police–Suspect Interviews.
141: Politeness.
142: Political Discourse.
143: Post-Gricean Pragmatics.
144: Power.
145: Pragma-Dialectics.
146: Pragmatic Language Impairment.
147: Pragmatics.
148: Pragmatism.
149: Prelinguistic Communication.
150: Presupposition.
151: Primary Pragmatic Processes.
152: Proposition.