Interaction and cognition in linguistics
A collection of selected papers held at the 11th Susanne Hubner Seminar from the 26th of February to the 1st of March 2001 in Zaragoza, Spain. Addresses several issues connected with the relationship between what seems to be 'external' and 'internal' in human language usage.
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a The relevance of culture for interaction and cognition in linguistics
Misunderstanding in intercultural communication
The strategy of preserving broken business discourse
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addressee ambiguous analysis approach Basque blending buru Cambridge University Press causal link causal settings Cognitive Linguistics communication complex conceptual conceptual blend conditionals connectors context contrast Corpus Croatia culture deixis discourse analysis domain emotional encoding English entity example existence expression fact Fauconnier function goals grammatical grammaticalization Gumperz hearer illocutionary image-schematic implicatures inferences interac interaction intercultural intercultural competence international factors interpersonal interpretation involved Japanese joint actions Lakoff language Levinson lexical lingua franca maemuki main clause mapping meaning mental metafunction metaphor and metonymy metapragmatic metonymy misunderstanding motivational Mouton de Gruyter notion Oxford person perspective politeness polysemy position pragmatic praxeological pronouns reference relation relationship relevance theory representations result role Ruiz de Mendoza semantic sentence situation social space speaker specific speech act Sperber and Wilson strategies structure talk target temporal tion tive translation Tudjman's types understanding utterance vague verbs words