Andreas H. Jucker, Klaus P. Schneider and Wolfram Bublitz (Eds.): Methods in Pragmatics

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Methods in Pragmatics is volume 10 of the 13-volume, 9000-page series Handbooks in Pragmatics, a series which (as the casual observer might guess) adopts an avowedly broad and inclusive construal of pragmatics as an academic discipline, and explores it in considerable detail. This volume reflects that breadth: across 18 contributed chapters, accompanied by six substantial introductory and linking chapters written by the editors, it introduces and discusses the introspective, experimental, observational and corpus methods that underpin pragmatic research, from the armchair methods of pragmatic theorists through the lab-based paradigms beloved of psycholinguistic research to the principles of ethnomethodology and conversation analysis. A weighty section on corpus pragmatics treats the construction and annotation of corpora for pragmatic research, and the historical, functional and metapragmatic issues that these can illuminate.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCorpus Pragmatics
Early online date24 Feb 2019
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 24 Feb 2019

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