Tag: Sociolinguistics

A Sociopragmatic Analysis of Griping: The Case of Iranian Students

A Sociopragmatic Analysis of Griping: The Case of Iranian Students

| January 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

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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Language Dynamics of an Ethnic Minority Group: Some Methodological Concerns on Data Collection

| January 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleLanguage Dynamics of an Ethnic Minority Group: Some Methodological Concerns on Data Collection AuthorDr. Francesco CavallaroNanyang Technological University, Singapore Bio Data:Dr. Francesco Cavallaro is an Assistant Professor in Communication Skills at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has worked at various Universities in Australia and he is now living and […]

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