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Foreword – Novermber 2006

| January 9, 2014

November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 PDF version Foreword In the November edition of the Linguistics Journal we are pleased to present six articles from various areas of the world. Congratulations are extended to all the authors in this edition who have successfully negotiated the review procedure. The first, by Camilla Vizconde from the Center […]

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A Sociopragmatic Analysis of Griping: The Case of Iranian Students

A Sociopragmatic Analysis of Griping: The Case of Iranian Students

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January 2006. Volume 1pp 59 – 76 (PDF version) for academic citation TitleA Sociopragmatic Analysis of Griping: The Case of Iranian Students AuthorHamid AllamiYadz University, Iran Article: PDF version MS Doc version AbstractUnlike direct complaint, “griping” is a non-face-threatening speech act in which the party or object of complaint is not present. The present study […]

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The Pragmatics of Cooperation and Relevance for Teaching and Learning

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January 2006. Volume 1Article 1. pps 5-16 (pdf Journal version) for academic citation TitleThe Pragmatics of Cooperation and Relevance for Teaching and Learning Dr. Roger NunnPetroleum Institute, UAE Article: PDF version MS Doc version Education draws on such a broad range of theories and practices that important pragmatic theories based on the philosophy of language […]

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Foreword – January 2006

| January 9, 2014

January 2006. Volume 1pp 3. PDF version Foreword Welcome to the first edition of The Linguistics Journal. It is our pleasure to publish four articles which have gone through a rigorous editorial procedure. I would like to thank those authors and editors who have in the last few months worked hard together to attain a […]

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Corpus Linguistics and the Study of Meaning in Discourse

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| June 2006 home | PDF version | January 2006. Volume 2 TitleCorpus Linguistics and the Study of Meaning in Discourse AuthorNelya Koteyko     Abstract:In this paper I discuss contributions that corpus linguistics can make to the study of meaning in discourse. The article takes account of theories and methodologies within structuralism and poststucturalism, which have opened new […]

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On the Nature and Role of English in Asia

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| June 2006 home | PDF version | January 2006. Volume 2 TitleOn the Nature and Role of English in Asia AuthorZ.N. Patil Bio DataPATIL Zumbarlal Namdeorao is a Professor of English in the Centre for Training and Development, School of English Language Education of the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad, India. Besides teaching English for […]

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A Critical Discourse Analysis of Euphemization and Derogation in Emails on the Late Pope

| June 2006 home | PDF version | January 2006. Volume 2 TitleA Critical Discourse Analysis of Euphemization and Derogation in E-mails on the Late Pope AuthorsAli Rahimi and Rahman Sahragard Bio:Ali RahimiKashan University, IranRahman SahragardShiraz University, Iran   Abstract:Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) has become a very influential academic research activity across subjects in social, political, educational, and linguistic […]

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Thai and American Responses to Compliments in English

Thai and American Responses to Compliments in English

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| June 2006 home | PDF version | June 2006. Volume 2 TitleThai and American Responses to Compliments in English AuthorPayung CedarNaresuan University, Thailand Bio DataPayung Cedar holds four degrees in English and Linguistics, including a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from Boston University. She has been working in the field for 12 years. Currently, she […]

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Foreword – June 2006

| January 9, 2014

June 2006. Volume 2 Foreword John Adamson, Ed.D.Senior Associate Editor The June edition of The Linguistics Journal presents four articles on a variety of themes. Congratulations to the authors who have successfully negotiated the review procedure. The first piece is from Thailand, entitled “Thai and American Responses to Compliments in English” by Dr. Payung Cedar […]

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Chinese Learners and English Plural Forms

November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleChinese Learners and English Plural Forms AuthorsLiu Jing, Evie Tindall and Deanna NisbetRegent University, Virginia, U.S.A Bio Data: Liu Jing (American version: Jing Liu) is a doctoral fellow in the School of Education at Regent University. She was an assistant professor at Henan University in China. Her academic background […]

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