The Oxford Handbook of Pragmatics

The Oxford Handbook of Pragmatics

 
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ISBN13:9780198826774
ISBN10:019882677X
Kötéstípus:Puhakötés
Terjedelem:752 oldal
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Illusztrációk: This volume brings together distinguished scholars from all over the world to present an authoritative, thorough, and yet accessible state-of-the-art survey of current issues in pragmatics. It covers a wide range of topics and will be an indispensable ref
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This volume brings together distinguished scholars from all over the world to present an authoritative, thorough, and yet accessible state-of-the-art survey of current issues in pragmatics. It covers a wide range of topics and will be an indispensable reference for scholars and students in pragmatics, philosophy of language, and related fields.

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This volume brings together distinguished scholars from all over the world to present an authoritative, thorough, and yet accessible state-of-the-art survey of current issues in pragmatics. Following an introduction by the editor, the volume is divided into five thematic parts. Chapters in Part I are concerned with schools of thought, foundations, and theories, while Part II deals with central topics in pragmatics, including implicature, presupposition, speech acts,
deixis, reference, and context. In Part III, the focus is on cognitively-oriented pragmatics, covering topics such as computational, experimental, and neuropragmatics. Part IV takes a look at socially and culturally-oriented pragmatics such as politeness/impoliteness studies, cross- and
intercultural, and interlanguage pragmatics. Finally, the chapters in Part V explore the interfaces of pragmatics with semantics, grammar, morphology, the lexicon, prosody, language change, and information structure.

The Oxford Handbook of Pragmatics will be an indispensable reference for scholars and students of pragmatics of all theoretical stripes. It will also be a valuable resource for linguists in other fields, including philosophy of language, semantics, morphosyntax, prosody, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics, and for researchers and students in the fields of cognitive science, artificial intelligence, computer science, anthropology, and sociology.

the handbook is "very" successful in promoting recent novel ideas, particularly those that arise from an interdisciplinary approach to central issues in pragmatics.
Tartalomjegyzék:
Preface and Acknowledgements
List of Symbols and Abbreviations
The Contributors
Introduction: What is Pragmatics?
I: Schools of Thought, Foundations, and Theories
Contextualism and Semantic Minimalism
Neo-Gricean Pragmatics
Relevance Theory
Formal Pragmatics
Continental European Perspective View
The Sociological Foundations of Pragmatics
Part II: Central Topics
Implicature
Presupposition and Givenness
Speech Acts
Deixis and the Interactional Foundations of Reference
Reference
Context
Part III: Macro-Pragmatics and Cognition
Cognitive Pragmatics
Developmental Pragmatics
Experimental Pragmatics
Computational Pragmatics
Clinical Pragmatics
Neuropragmatics
Part IV: Macro-Pragmatics and Society/Culture
Politeness and Impoliteness
Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Pragmatics
Interlanguage Pragmatics
Conversation Analysis
Part V: Interfaces
Pragmatics and Semantics
Pragmatics and Grammar: More Pragmatics or More Grammar
Pragmatics and Morphology: Morphopragmatics
Pragmatics and the Lexicon
Pragmatics and Prosody
Pragmatics and Language Change: Historical Pragmatics
Pragmatics and Information Structure
References
Index