Conference schedule updated Friday 21st July 9am

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11:00 to 14:00 · Sunday 16

Registration

Registration

14:00 to 14:30 · Sunday 16

Conference Opening

Conference Opening

Slot: 0 · 14:30 to 15:15 · Sunday 16

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Plenary speaker

The taming of the shrill: gender, power and political speech

Deborah Cameron

15:15 to 15:45 · Sunday 16

Break

Coffee/Tea

Slot: 0 · 15:45 to 16:30 · Sunday 16

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Plenary speaker

Translating Karate: A Translanguaging perspective on learning

Li Wei

16:30 to 17:15 · Sunday 16

Award

Life time achievement award ceremony

18:00 Sunday 16

Opening Reception

Opening reception at City Hall

08:00 to 08:30 · Monday 17

Registration

Registration

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel

Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (1 of 3)

Marta Zampa & Daniel Perrin

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel contribution

News and stories or news stories?

Gilles Merminod & Marcel Burger


Panel:
Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel contribution

Fragmentary narrative reasoning. On the enthymematic structure of journalistic storytelling

Marta Zampa & Daniel Perrin


Panel:
Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel

Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (1 of 3)

Ludivine Crible & Catherine T. Bolly

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

“And… and… you see, sweetheart?”: Verbal and gestural pragmatic markers to remain involved in the conversation at very old age

Catherine Bolly & Guillaume Duboisdindien


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

An analysis of modal (pragmatic) functions of gesture

Farina Freigang & Stefan Kopp


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

What does the use of discourse markers reveal about age and educational background? A comparative account between French Belgian Sign Language (LSFB) and Catalan Sign Language (LSC)

Sílvia Gabarró-López


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Conversational positioning

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Linguistic encoding of agency in naturally occurring Swahili-English discourse on social gender

Olga Ivanova


Lecture session:
Conversational positioning
(Chair: Angeliki Balantani)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Multimodal code-switching and interlingual mode-switching in multimodal and multilingual discourse: A case of Despicable Me

Tomoko Nagayama


Lecture session:
Conversational positioning
(Chair: Angeliki Balantani)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Structuring response: The role of the Greek token etsi in pursuing a response

Angeliki Balantani


Lecture session:
Conversational positioning
(Chair: Angeliki Balantani)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (1 OF 2)

Maria Francisca Lier-DeVitto & Lúcia Arantes

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

On the asymmetries in/of adult-child dialogue

Maria Fausta Pereira de Castro


Panel:
On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (1 OF 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Interpretation and children''s sound games: a challenge for the language acquisition researcher

Glória Maria M. de Carvalho


Panel:
On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (1 OF 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

On the constant movement of language: effects of divergent speech in language acquisition.

Rosa Attie Figueira


Panel:
On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (1 OF 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (1 of 2)

Korina Giaxoglou & Marjut Johansson

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

When world leaders react to terrorist attacks: A multimodal analysis of discursive affectivization in statements addressing multiple audiences.

Marcel Burger


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Affective stances in the #jesuisCharlie Twitter discussion

Marjut Johansson & Veronika Laippala


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

The front stage and the back stage – the Wikipedia community' s treatment of 'Je suis Charlie'

Susanne Kopf


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

What about #JeSuisAnkara? Claiming places of affect.

Andrea Pizarro Pedraza & Barbara De Cock


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

The recruitment of assistance in interaction (1 of 2)

Kobin Kendrick & Paul Drew

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

'The baby cried. The mommy picked it up'': the role of trouble alerts in recruitments of assistance

Paul Drew & Kobin Kendrick


Panel:
The recruitment of assistance in interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

What prompts an offer?: The trajectory of serving oneself at the family dinner table

Jenny Mandelbaum , Darcey Searles, Wan Wei & Kaicheng Zhan


Panel:
The recruitment of assistance in interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Achieving Co-Participation in Family Interactions

Darcey Searles


Panel:
The recruitment of assistance in interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (1 of 3)

Istvan Kecskes

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Combining Conversational and Discourse Analytic approaches to identify 'odd structures' and referential repair strategies in intercultural discourse segments

Istvan Kecskes & Monika Kirner-Ludwig


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

The pragmatics of prosody in intercultural communication

Jesus Romero-Trillo


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Getting acquainted across cultures: Self-presentation sequences in initial interactions amongst Australians and Taiwanese

Wei-Lin Melody Chang & Michael Haugh


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (1 of 5)

Scott Saft , Yoko Fujii & Sachiko Ide

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecture session

Cognitive pragmatics

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

GO auxiliaries as markers of mirativity

Astrid De Wit & Frank Brisard


Lecture session:
Cognitive pragmatics
(Chair: Taro Okahisa)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Are gestures burdens or guideposts?: The discrepancy between speakers' and hearers' processing

Taro Okahisa


Lecture session:
Cognitive pragmatics
(Chair: Taro Okahisa)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecture session

Medical interaction

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

“How are you doing?” – “Great!” Opening sequences in HIV consultations in Germany and Nigeria

Alexandra Groß & Eniola Boluwaduro


Lecture session:
Medical interaction
(Chair: Manon Van der Laaken)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

Addressing psychosocial distress? A multi-perspective analysis of the effects of the Distress Thermometer and Problem List on the openings of doctor-patient interaction in follow-up oncology consultations

Manon Van der Laaken


Lecture session:
Medical interaction
(Chair: Manon Van der Laaken)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecture session

Storytelling

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

The 'good' mother: Praise and blame in parents' stories

Loukia Lindholm


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Glaucia Muniz Proença Lara)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

Relationships are culturally situated pragmatic activity: A definition and data illustration

Kristine Fitch


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Glaucia Muniz Proença Lara)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

Life stories: The voice of refugees and immigrants

Glaucia Muniz Proença Lara


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Glaucia Muniz Proença Lara)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecture session

CMC

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecturer

Rapport Enhancement in Airbnb positive reviews: How interactional wants, sociality rights and face concerns can inform about users' expectations

María de la O Hernández López


Lecture session:
CMC
(Chair: Maryam Farnia)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecturer

Impoliteness and identity in Chinese and English computer-mediated diners' reviews and the responses

Xiaoyu Lai


Lecture session:
CMC
(Chair: Maryam Farnia)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecturer

Digital Food Interaction: An Analysis of "My Kitchen Rules" Comments on Instagram

Maryam Farnia , Hiba Qusay Abdul Sattar & Akbar Sohrabi Renani


Lecture session:
CMC
(Chair: Maryam Farnia)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (1 of 2)

Laura Visapää , Marja Etelämäki & Ilona Herlin

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

' Person' and ' people' : noun-based referential strategies in European Portuguese

Pekka Posio


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

How does the Spanish indefinite pronoun uno ( 'one' ) function across genres and countries?

Marie Rasson


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Construing personal experience as necessary and shared: Referentially open person constructions in border dialects of Finnish and Karelian

Milla Uusitupa


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

The Finnish collective person

Ilona Herlin & Marja Etelämäki


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (1 of 2)

Iris Nomikou & Valentina Fantasia

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Interactional routines in teacher-child and peer interactions: the case of a preschool in Northern India

Carolin Demuth


Panel:
Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

First things First: the use of preliminaries in early mother-infant interactions

Valentina Fantasia , Iris Nomikou, Alessandra Fasulo & Katharina J. Rohlfing


Panel:
Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Verbal and nonverbal emotional markers as part of communicational strategies

Fazia Khaled


Panel:
Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (1 of 2)

Brendan O'Rourke & Jens Maesse

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Economics generalizations as generics: implications for economic expertise

Francois Claveau & Jordan Girard


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Whatever will be, will be: Communicating economic forecasts to non-experts

Angela Schrott & Soenke Siemssen


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Selling the “economic truth” to the public: Herbert Giersch and Hans-Werner Sinn as “public intellectuals”

Stephan Puehringer


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Supporting the Profession, supporting themselves: Moral Evaluation and Mythopoesis in economists' legitimation in media interactions.

Brendan O'Rourke & Joseph K. Fitzgerald


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel

Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (1 of 3)

Dennis Kurzon

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

The role of discourse markers in literary discourse: authentication, representation and explicitation

Péter Furkó


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Discourse presentation in present-tense narratives

Reiko Ikeo


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

What we talk about when we talk about books

David Peplow


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (1 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Translating evidentiality markers in a detective story

Ildikó Vaskó


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (1 of 5)

Salvador Pons Borderia & Kerstin Fischer

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Using Discourse Segmentation to Define Grammatical Constructions for Discourse Markers: The Case of Well

Salvador Pons Borderia & Kerstin Fischer


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (1 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Using a systematic discourse segmentation model for a construction grammatical description of discourse particle functions

Maria Alm & Kerstin Fischer


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (1 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Conversational structures and discourse genres: a contrastive study of informal conversations, sociolinguistic interviews and broadcast interviews

Guadalupe Espinosa-Guerra & Amparo García-Ramón


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (1 of 5)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

The organization of discourse units in colloquial Spanish: a study on complement insubordination, semi-insubordination and 'sociation'

María Sol Sansiñena


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (1 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (1 of 5)

Daniel Kádár & Yongping Ran

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Ritual, Pragmatics, and the Moral Order of Things - An overview

Daniel Z. Kadar


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Melting the ice: The rituals of “thin laughter” in first time cross-cultural encounters among Japanese, Koreans and Chinese

Risako Ide


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Calling Mr Speaker Mr Speaker: the strategic use of references to the Speaker of the House of Commons

Peter Bull & Anita Fetzer


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (1 of 2)

Lawrence Berlin & Cristina Becker Lopes Perna

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

The Positionality of Post-Truth Politics: Claims and Evidence in the 2016 US Presidential Campaigns

Lawrence Berlin


Panel:
Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Forgetting netiquette: Twitter comments on Trump x Hillary debate.

Ana Maria Tramunt Ibaños , Nanashare Behle & Jorge Campos da Costa


Panel:
Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Epistemic and effective control in political discourse: The European refugee crisis

Victoria Martin , Elena Domínguez Romero, María Pérez Blanco & Juana Marín-Arrese


Panel:
Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Multimodal (im)politeness (1 of 3)

Lucien Brown & Pilar Prieto

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Requests, prosody and (im)politeness

Jonathan Culpeper , Daniel E. Johnson & Kevin Watson


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Gestural and prosodic attenuation strategies characterize formal register in Catalan requests

Cristina Sánchez Conde , Iris Hübscher, Laura Vincze, Joan Borràs-Comes & Pilar Prieto


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

“Doing Deference” through Nonverbal Behavior in Korean

Lucien Brown


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Laughing at the 'other' : Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (1 of 3)

Jan Chovanec & Villy Tsakona

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The construction of 'cool children' and 'super seniors' in Greek family comedy sitcoms: Laughing at the youthful 'other'

Anastasia Stamou & Theodora P. Saltidou


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

“People are weird”: Sharing a laugh at others in conversations between friends

Béatrice Priego-Valverde


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

humor in conversations with and among bilinguals: constructing 'otherness'

Marianthi Georgalidou , Vasilia kazoulli & Hasan Kaili


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (1 of 2)

David Poveda & Lyn Wright Fogle

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Language maintenance in a transnational immigrant family in Sweden: children as socializing agents in shaping family language policies

Mina Kheirkhah


Panel:
Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

How single parents talk about their children: “Us” vs. “them” in interviews about bilingual family language policy

Lyn Wright Fogle


Panel:
Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Language workout in bilingual parent-toddler interaction: A case study of Russian-Swedish family talk

Olga Abreu Fernandes


Panel:
Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (1 of 2)

10:00 to 10:30 · Monday 17

Break

Coffee/Tea

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel

Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (2 of 3)

Marta Zampa & Daniel Perrin

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel contribution

As time goes by: writing along the timeline

Wibke Weber


Panel:
Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel contribution

Narrating the journalistic stance through news values: Evidence from Chinese and Korean news reporting on the sinking of “Eastern Star” and “Sewol”

Changpeng Huan


Panel:
Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel

Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (2 of 3)

Ludivine Crible & Catherine T. Bolly

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

How to be (dis)fluent in English, French and Spanish: discourse markers within repetitions and repairs across languages

Ludivine Crible & Elena Pascual


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

Multi-word discourse markers in a cross-linguistic perspective

Juliane House


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

Discourse markers in adolescent speech: Contrasting native Spanish speakers' and L2 Spanish learners' use of reformulation markers

Kristin Roberts & Sarah Blackwell


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Code switching

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

“Uh … potat- uh pancake pancakish potato, […] it's called Dibbelabbes ((chuckles)).” – Defining code-switches in English as a Lingua Franca Skype conversations

Marie-Louise Brunner


Lecture session:
Code switching
(Chair: Seiko Harumi)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Language change in the real world. A user-based account.

Anabella-Gloria Niculescu-Gorpin


Lecture session:
Code switching
(Chair: Seiko Harumi)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

The facilitative role of code-switching in Japanese EFL contexts

Seiko Harumi


Lecture session:
Code switching
(Chair: Seiko Harumi)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (2 of 2)

Maria Francisca Lier-DeVitto & Lúcia Arantes

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Live interpretation in the clinical setting: facing symptomatic speech

Maria Francisca Lier-DeVitto


Panel:
On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Interpretation in the Speech Therapy clinical setting: focusing diagnostic procedures

Lúcia Arantes


Panel:
On 'interpretation' in the context of language acquisition and in clinical settings: under the effects of speech errors and symptoms (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (2 of 2)

Korina Giaxoglou & Marjut Johansson

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

“I can' t believe #Ziggy #Stardust died”: reactions to celebrity death on Twitter and Instagram

David Matley


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Reactions to the Brexit on Facebook and Twitter: a multimodal content analysis of shared images, in search of European identities

Catherine Bouko


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Stranger in a strange land: Emotions in Greek neomigrants' social media discourse

Mariza Georgalou


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (2 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Mediatizing death and suffering: stance-taking and affect in the (re)scripting of the refugee crisis

Korina Giaxoglou & Tereza Spilioti


Panel:
Mediatizing emotion in reactions to global events and crises (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

The recruitment of assistance in interaction (2 of 2)

Kobin Kendrick & Paul Drew

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

The collective handling of art objects in a museum: joining collective action by responding to requests, offering help and giving silent assistance

Lorenza Mondada


Panel:
The recruitment of assistance in interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

The preference for self-remediation over assistance in interaction

Kobin Kendrick


Panel:
The recruitment of assistance in interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (2 of 3)

Istvan Kecskes

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Mandarin, German and Spanish speakers' attitudes to Vague Language compared

Joan Cutting


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Vague language challenged: Australian customs encounters

Grace Zhang


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Culture and (Im)Politeness Evaluations: Cultural Practices and the Moral Order

Helen Spencer-Oatey


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (2 of 5)

Scott Saft , Yoko Fujii & Sachiko Ide

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Creating Ba in Discourse through Modal Pragmemic Triggers

William Beeman


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (2 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Self and the other across languages: a comparison between Indo-European and East-Asian languages

Federica Da Milano


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (2 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

A comparative study of children' s narratives in English and Japanese: A ba-theoretical approach to type-zero reported speech

Chikako Sakurai & Masataka Yamaguchi


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (2 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecture session

Pragmatics and grammar

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

On Circularity Effects

Takeshi Tsurusaki


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Nobumi Nakai)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Implicit plural pronominal objects in Hungarian language use

Enikö Németh T.


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Nobumi Nakai)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Formal features and interpretation of noun phrases

Nobumi Nakai


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Nobumi Nakai)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecture session

Medical interaction

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

Membership categorization and sequential use of language in tojisha kenkyu (or self-directed research) sessions for mental health.

Yoshifumi Mizukawa , Shigeru Urano & Kazuo Nakamura


Lecture session:
Medical interaction
(Chair: Shuya Kushida)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

“You' ll have to be my eyes and ears”: Negotiating physical examination on a health helpline.

Amanda LeCouteur , Stefanie Lopriore, Katie Ekberg & Stuart Ekberg


Lecture session:
Medical interaction
(Chair: Shuya Kushida)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

Steering interaction away from complaints in psychiatric consultations

Shuya Kushida & Yuriko Yamakawa


Lecture session:
Medical interaction
(Chair: Shuya Kushida)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecture session

Storytelling

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

A narrative analysis of the voices of Indonesian women victims

Yoshimi Miyake


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Martina Jonas)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

Citizens' stories about climate change solutions

Kjersti Fløttum


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Martina Jonas)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

A Description of the Video-Recorded Spoken Near-Death Experience Narrative

Martina Jonas


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Martina Jonas)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecture session

CMC

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecturer

Participation Framework(s) on Twitch

Daniel Recktenwald & Nathalie Meyer


Lecture session:
CMC
(Chair: Maria Isabel Hernández Toribio)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Lecturer

Compliments in congratulatory tweets to Spanish Olympic athletes

Maria Isabel Hernández Toribio & Laura Mariottini


Lecture session:
CMC
(Chair: Maria Isabel Hernández Toribio)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (2 of 2)

Laura Visapää , Marja Etelämäki & Ilona Herlin

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Construal of person in Arapaho complaints

Irina Wagner


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

I, by contrast

Laura Visapää & Tapani Möttönen


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Sinä (' you' ) in the middle of action: second person singular and organization of experience in Finnish conversation

Karita Suomalainen


Panel:
Construal of person in interaction – a cross-linguistic comparison (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (2 of 2)

Iris Nomikou & Valentina Fantasia

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Tuning into social routines: infants' emerging participation in early games

Iris Nomikou , Alicja Radkowska, Joanna Rączaszek-Leonardi & Katharina J. Rohlfing


Panel:
Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Scaffolding Contexts: A Dialogical Perspective on Mother-Child Interactions

Rachel Yifat , Bracha Nir & Moria Federman


Panel:
Interactional routines in caregiver-child and peer interactions (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (2 of 2)

Brendan O'Rourke & Jens Maesse

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

The narrative as prison: a theory of the life-cycle of economic policy narratives

Kate Alexander Shaw


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Primary definers in economic news reporting

Tanweer Ali & Eva Lebduskova


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Economic Experts in Europe. On the discursive logic of austerity discourses within a “new Weberian universe”

Jens Maesse


Panel:
Economics & Language Use: The pragmatics of economics experts' engagement with non-specialists (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel

Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (2 of 3)

Dennis Kurzon

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Multi-Voiced Dialogue in Opera and its Addressees

Dennis Kurzon


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Pragmatic aspects of dramatic monologues

Neal R. Norrick & Maximiliane Frobenius


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

The invisible hand: The director as communicator

Anne Furlong


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (2 of 5))

Salvador Pons Borderia & Kerstin Fischer

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

'This isn' t so hard after all, is it?' Assessing the Val.Es.Co model from the perspective of the history of two expressions in final position in English

Elizabeth Traugott


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (2 of 5))

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Construction grammar, interaction and discourse units: A case study of Spanish pragmatic markers coming from sentences

Ana Llopis-Cardona


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (2 of 5))

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

What can patterns of usage tell us about discourse units in monologic narratives? The case of clause packages

Bracha Nir


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (2 of 5))

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (2 of 5)

Daniel Kádár & Yongping Ran

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Small talk as social ritual: A cross-cultural investigation of small talk in Australia and Japan

Jun Ohashi


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (2 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Partners in joy and sorrow: Interpersonal Aspects of Tehrani Marriage and Mourning Rituals

Sofia Koutlaki


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (2 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Goffmanian ritual in an unexpected place: a pre-trial courtroom hearing

Jim O'Driscoll


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (2 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (2 of 2)

Lawrence Berlin & Cristina Becker Lopes Perna

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Stance Markers in Brazilian Political Discourse

Cristina Perna


Panel:
Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Positionality in the Peace Process: Stance during the Colombian Peace Dialogues

Alejandra Prieto-Mendoza


Panel:
Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Positioning and stance in casting the identity of a new political leader: Interviews with the President of Argentina.

Alejandro Parini & Luisa Granato


Panel:
Position and Stance in Politics: The Individual, the Party, and the Party Line (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Multimodal (im)politeness (2 of 3)

Lucien Brown & Pilar Prieto

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Preschoolers' multimodal production of politeness cues in requests

Iris Hübscher , Martina Garufi & Pilar Prieto


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Cross-linguistic comparison and intercultural influences on the use of non-manual features for im/politeness in signed language

Rachel Mapson


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

“A friendly voice (~), a big smiley face (^__^), and a heart (♥)”: The Role of CMC Cues in the Multimodal Perception of Impoliteness in Korean

Ariel Kim


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Laughing at the 'other' : Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (2 of 3)

Jan Chovanec & Villy Tsakona

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Humorous majority voices and serious immigrant ones in an anti-racist campaign

Villy Tsakona , Argiris Archakis & Sofia Lampropoulou


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The enemy within us: Self-directed laughter in the 2015 refugee crisis

Liisi Laineste


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Humorous comments and self/other positioning in online news forums

Jan Chovanec


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (2 of 2)

David Poveda & Lyn Wright Fogle

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Making kinship through similarity: adoption talk in Peru and Spain

Jessaca Leinaweaver


Panel:
Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Metanarrative work for non-disclosure in families formed through assisted reproductive technologies involving gamete donation

David Poveda & María Isabel Jociles


Panel:
Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

The ease of stereotypes and the unease of the ethnographer: Negative talk about 'cigányok' [ 'Gypsies' ] in cigány families.

Annabel Tremlett


Panel:
Discourse, interaction, new families and contemporary kinship processes (2 of 2)

12:00 to 13:30 · Monday 17

Break

Lunch

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel

Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (3 of 3)

Marta Zampa & Daniel Perrin

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel contribution

Provided or provisional endings? Narrative closure in news

Diana ben-Aaron


Panel:
Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Panel contribution

From narrative to performance

Daniel Perrin & Geert Jacobs


Panel:
Beyond the myth of journalistic storytelling. Why a narrative approach to journalism falls short (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel

Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (3 of 3)

Ludivine Crible & Catherine T. Bolly

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

Chinese Discourse Markers for Topic Reorientation in Clinical Interviews

Xinfang Li


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

The effects of English-medium instruction on the use of interpersonal and textual pragmatic markers.

Jennifer Ament , Carmen Pérez Vidal & Júlia Barón Páres


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Panel contribution

'It was a bit stressy as well actually' . The pragmatic markers ''actually'' and ''in fact'' in learner English

Lieven Buysse


Panel:
Functions of pragmatic markers: why should we care? (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Historical pragmatics

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

The Old English nu: a discourse marker or a temporal adverb?

Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka & Anna Cichosz


Lecture session:
Historical pragmatics
(Chair: Csilla Ilona Dér)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

The functional development of pragmatic markers: Case studies of still and then

Erina Iwai


Lecture session:
Historical pragmatics
(Chair: Csilla Ilona Dér)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Discourse markers out of the blue? The case of Hungarian szerintem ' I think; to my mind'

Csilla Ilona Dér


Lecture session:
Historical pragmatics
(Chair: Csilla Ilona Dér)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

Deixis in Discourse

Ying Yang

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Stance-marking uses of sentence-final demonstratives in Vietnamese

Mayumi Adachi


Panel:
Deixis in Discourse

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Negative evaluative uses of demonstrative-classifier di in Wugang Xiang

Yi Deng , Foong Ha Yap & Winnie Oi-Wan Chor


Panel:
Deixis in Discourse

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Distal demonstrative ARE 'that' for unspecified referents in Japanese everyday talk

Saori Daiju


Panel:
Deixis in Discourse

Slot: 4 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Turn-initial na 'that' : The emergence of a stance marker in Mandarin Chinese conversation

Ying Yang


Panel:
Deixis in Discourse

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (1 of 2)

Daria Dayter , Els Tobback & Tom Van Hout

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Personal branding in less than 150 words: professional success in LinkedIn terms.

Els Tobback & Tom Van Hout


Panel:
Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Self-presentation and self-praise in enterprise social media collaboration tools: visibility and transparency as part of corporate culture

Anna Danielewicz-Betz


Panel:
Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

The linguistic expression of (im)modesty in graduate job interviews: Culture and context in the enactment of self-praise

Sophie Reissner-Roubicek


Panel:
Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (1 of 3)

Matthew Prior & Jack Bilmes

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Scaling Emotion, Morality, and Categorial Relations in Conflict Stories

Matthew Prior


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Upgraded self-repeated gestures in Japanese interaction

Eric Hauser


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Scaling as an Argumentative Resource in TV Debates

Josephine Lee


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (3 of 3)

Istvan Kecskes

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Metaphors and their misunderstanding: an analysis of doctor-patient interactions.

Fabrizio Macagno & M Grazia Rossi


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Oups! Have I skidded on the common ground?

Ivana Trbojevic Milosevic


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Hate speech and the Youth: Intracultural beliefs, Attitudes and Affects

Fabienne Baider & Monika Kopytowska


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (3 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Intercultural pragmatics: Implications for language teaching and learning

Troy McConachy


Panel:
Current issues in intercultural pragmatics (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (3 of 5)

Scott Saft , Yoko Fujii & Sachiko Ide

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Co-creation of a story in a Chinese teacher-student conversation: An interpretation of Mister O Corpus in terms of ba based thinking

Yusuke Mochizuki


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (3 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Ba-oriented management of institutional discourse: A case of a radio program recording

Kuniyoshi Kataoka


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (3 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Preserving primary 'ba' : Topic choice and the reinforcement of traditional identity in Hawaiian language radio

Scott Saft


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (3 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecture session

Interpersonal relations

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Foucault and the ethical pragmatics of listening

Sung Do Kim


Lecture session:
Interpersonal relations
(Chair: Miharu Nittono)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Being (dis)agreeable: investigating pragmatic strategies for agreeing and disagreeing in English as a foreign language (EFL) in secondary general and intermediate secondary schools in Germany

Gila Schauer


Lecture session:
Interpersonal relations
(Chair: Miharu Nittono)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Hedging as an Important Means to Enhance Intermediate/Advanced Japanese Learners' Writing Skills

Miharu Nittono


Lecture session:
Interpersonal relations
(Chair: Miharu Nittono)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecture session

Talking about death

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

Death, dying and the ''pragmeme'': Insight from Persian funerals

Vahid Parvaresh


Lecture session:
Talking about death
(Chair: Keith Allan)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Lecturer

A death in late Victorian Dublin

Keith Allan


Lecture session:
Talking about death
(Chair: Keith Allan)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecture session

Storytelling

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

Resolving disagreement through storytelling in PhD supervisory interaction

Binh Thanh Ta


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Yoonjoo Cho)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

Recipients' stance-taking actions during storytelling in signed interactions: An analysis of sequential position of nodding and facial expression

Mayumi Bono


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Yoonjoo Cho)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Lecturer

Questions frame answers, answers frame questions: Interviewer' s second story as identity work

Yoonjoo Cho


Lecture session:
Storytelling
(Chair: Yoonjoo Cho)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel

Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (1 of 2)

Rukmini Bhaya Nair & Michael Toolan

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Constructing the inequality of nations

Wolfgang Teubert


Panel:
Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Spanish state universities as sites of inequality and social action: contested territories in times of political and educational crisis

Laura Hidalgo Downing


Panel:
Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

The discourse of tax-paying and –evasion in the London Times and Daily Mail: a reflection of shifting rules?

Michael Toolan


Panel:
Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Lecture session

Interactional norms

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Lecturer

F-insertion: Using fuck for pursuing, escalating, and sanctioning

Emma Valtersson , Elliott Hoey, Paul Hömke, Tayo Neumann, William Schuerman & Kobin H. Kendrick


Lecture session:
Interactional norms
(Chair: Roslyn Rowen)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Lecturer

Morality and Political correctness: An analysis of the interactional achievement of shared meaning and understanding.

Roslyn Rowen


Lecture session:
Interactional norms
(Chair: Roslyn Rowen)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Lecture session

Epistemics

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Lecturer

Hedging in graduate student theses: A cross-cultural corpus study

Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh


Lecture session:
Epistemics
(Chair: Sung-Ock Sohn)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Lecturer

Epistemics and face in argumentation in Iranian academic discourse

Ahmad Izadi


Lecture session:
Epistemics
(Chair: Sung-Ock Sohn)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Lecturer

Discourse, Epistemics and Grammaticalization: An analysis of sentence-ending suffix canha(yo) 'you know' in Korean

Sung-Ock Sohn


Lecture session:
Epistemics
(Chair: Sung-Ock Sohn)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecture session

Framing: stories and hypertext

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecturer

Analyzing advertisements for Japanese hot-spring resort inns: a story-based approach

Daisuke Umehara , Takuro Moriyama & Hideo Tominaga


Lecture session:
Framing: stories and hypertext
(Chair: Elena Pozdnyakova)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecturer

Cognitive – pragmatic study of iconic signs and their compositionality in social networks

Elena Pozdnyakova


Lecture session:
Framing: stories and hypertext
(Chair: Elena Pozdnyakova)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel

Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (3 of 3)

Dennis Kurzon

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Historicized dialogue in Mozart's piano concertos KV 456 and 482

Panu Heimonen


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Politeness in eighteenth-century England: Literary evidence

Andreas H. Jucker


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Panel contribution

Pragmatics as a cultural filter in translating literary texts

Elena Kirsanova


Panel:
Pragmatics in literary texts and other arts (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (3 of 5)

Salvador Pons Borderia & Kerstin Fischer

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Suspended and isolated uses of Discourse Markers: Some cases in Italian, Catalan and Spanish

Maria Josep Cuenca & Jacqueline Visconti


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (3 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Taking the floor in Spanish colloquial conversations: a study of the suspended act construction

Elena Pascual Aliaga & Adrián Cabedo Nebot


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (3 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Discourse units in English interaction: a prosodic-phonetic perspective

Dagmar Barth-Weingarten


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (3 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (3 of 5)

Daniel Kádár & Yongping Ran

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

"Thanks for your attention": thanking behaviour in British and American email corpora

Lynne Murphy & Rachele De Felice


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (3 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Storytelling as social and cultural practice: the degree of audience participation and co-telling and collaboration in English and Japanese first-encounter conversations

Yuko Iwata


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (3 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Impoliteness and rituals of shaming in interpersonal dispute mediation

Linsen Zhao & Yongping Ran


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (3 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (1 of 2)

Oscar Bladas Marti

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Phrasal verbs in textbooks: An in depth investigation

Lizeta Demetriou


Panel:
Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Teaching formulaic language and idiomaticity in a bidirectional (Spanish-Swedish) mediation class

Lars Fant & Rakel Osterberg


Panel:
Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Metaphorical expressions in second language acquisition

Mengying Xia


Panel:
Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Multimodal (im)politeness (3 of 3)

Lucien Brown & Pilar Prieto

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Business and Pleasure; a Multimodal Approach to (Im)politeness in Email Data

Elizabeth Marsden


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Impoliteness and identity in a Korean TV talk show

Keunyoung Lee


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Multimodal Politeness Resources in New Zealand English Management Meetings

Jérôme Jacquin


Panel:
Multimodal (im)politeness (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Laughing at the 'other' : Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (3 of 3)

Jan Chovanec & Villy Tsakona

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Ironic Humor in the Context-Collapsed Web as a Social Segregation Tool

Noam Gal


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

"No non-serious heckling": Mock impoliteness as an argumentative account for the intended tease in television crosstalk discourse

Na Yang & Yongping Ran


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Strategies of humorous otherising the political opponent. The case of recent Polish political struggle

Wladyslaw Chlopicki


Panel:
Laughing at the 'other': Critical pragmatic insights into the humorous construction of opposing groups (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (1 of 3)

Valeria Sinkeviciute

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

'He' s got Jerry curls and Tims on' : Humour and indexicality in young men' s talk about hair and fashion style

Pia Pichler


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

They won''t really shoot you, I promise!: Humour and negotiation of professional identity by workplace newcomers

Meredith Marra


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

'My sincere thanks for your warm and most kind advice – not' : Construction of virtual identity through entertaining impoliteness

Sara Orthaber


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (1 of 3)

15:00 to 15:30 · Monday 17

Break

Coffee/Tea

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecture session

Multimodal analysis

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Coordination between the phonetic structure of onomatopoeic expression and the phases of the accompanying gesture.

Hiromichi Hosoma


Lecture session:
Multimodal analysis
(Chair: Tove Gerholm)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

The organisation of physical and digital pointings at the screen in project-based collaborative interactions at the computer.

Robin Sokol


Lecture session:
Multimodal analysis
(Chair: Tove Gerholm)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Correlations between multimodal patterns in Swedish parent-child interaction and first language acquisition: studies of tactile, gestural and vocal behaviors

Tove Gerholm & David Pagmar


Lecture session:
Multimodal analysis
(Chair: Tove Gerholm)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecture session

Implicit vs. explicit

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

The availability of bare linguistic meaning in the Hungarian legal proceedings

Marianna Varga


Lecture session:
Implicit vs. explicit
(Chair: Hiroaki Tanaka)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Joint utterances: How speakers and addressees make use of egocentricity and epistemic vigilance to co-construct what they have to say

Hiroaki Tanaka


Lecture session:
Implicit vs. explicit
(Chair: Hiroaki Tanaka)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Historical pragmatics

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Refusals in Early Modern English. New insights, new classification

Isabella Reichl


Lecture session:
Historical pragmatics
(Chair: Minako Nakayusu)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Spatio-temporal systems in Middle English letters: Discourse and interaction

Minako Nakayasu


Lecture session:
Historical pragmatics
(Chair: Minako Nakayusu)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (2 of 2)

Daria Dayter , Els Tobback & Tom Van Hout

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Killer hugs, mad skills and no one trick ponies: self-presentation on pick-up artists' online forums

Daria Dayter & Sofia Ruediger


Panel:
Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Irony as related to self-representation and representation of others

Anna Milanowicz , Piotr Kalowski & Barbara Bokus


Panel:
Self-presentation and self-praise: the neglected speech acts (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (2 of 3)

Matthew Prior & Jack Bilmes

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

A Technical Analysis of Scaling in Rehabilitation Team Talk

Hiroaki Izumi


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Upgrading in pursuit of a response: Repeated and intensified efforts to prevent suicide

Rein Sikveland & Elizabeth Stokoe


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Softening extreme case formulations in computer-mediated interaction

Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (1 of 2)

Gabriele Kasper

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Degrees of foreign-ness: The construction of foreign and Japanese identity in variety shows

Gavin Furukawa


Panel:
Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

What constitutes 'foreignness' ?: 'Foreign wives' in an unmoderated roundtable talk on a Japanese TV show

Chie Fukuda


Panel:
Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

The Outside View: Constructing Cultural Differences in a Chinese Talk Show

Yang Liu


Panel:
Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (4 of 5)

Scott Saft , Yoko Fujii & Sachiko Ide

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Repetition as a Device for Teaming and Teasing in Triadic Conversation in Japanese

Saeko Machi


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (4 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Static and Dynamic manifestations of ''Ba'' in agreement-seeking dialogues

Yasuhiro Katagiri & Yusuke Mochizuki


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (4 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Acquiring Kilivila Pragmatics - the role of children''s groups in the first 7 years in the lives of children on the Trobriand Islands

Gunter Senft


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (4 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecture session

Language learning

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Authentic and elicited requests in early third language learning settings

Laura Portolés-Falomir & Maria Pilar Safont Jordà


Lecture session:
Language learning
(Chair: Maximiliane Frobenius)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Down the Garden Path? An Exploration into the Realms of Vagueness and Ambiguity

Pamela Vang


Lecture session:
Language learning
(Chair: Maximiliane Frobenius)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Dysfluency phenomena in learner presentations

Maximiliane Frobenius


Lecture session:
Language learning
(Chair: Maximiliane Frobenius)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel

Talking about dying ( 1 of 2)

Marco Pino Ruth Parry

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Talk about life expectancy in palliative medicine consultations: honesty and protection

Ruth Parry , Marco Pino, Christina Faull & Luke Feathers


Panel:
Talking about dying ( 1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Inviting patients to 'mentalize' in the context of end-of-life talk: A conversation analytic study of CALM therapy sessions

Chloe Shaw , Vasiliki Chrysikou, Anne Lanceley, Chris Lo, Sarah Hales & Gary Rodin


Panel:
Talking about dying ( 1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

''A cancer in your breast is not gonna kill ya'': Addressing the risk of death in surgical consultations for early-stage breast cancer

Virginia Gill


Panel:
Talking about dying ( 1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Stance-Taking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Wolfgang Imo & Jens Philipp Lanwer

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Introduction and stance-taking in medical encounters'

Wolfgang Imo & Jens Lanwer


Panel:
Panel contribution
Stance-taking in interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Stance-taking in service encounters

Catrin Norrby , Camilla Wide, Jan Lindström & Jenny Nilsson


Panel:
Stance-Taking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Hebrew ya''ani/ya''anu: Stance-(re)formulations and double-voicing via a discourse marker borrowed from Arabic

Michal Marmorstein & Yael Maschler


Panel:
Stance-Taking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel

Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (2 of 2)

Rukmini Bhaya Nair & Michael Toolan

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Narratives of inequality: felicity conditions and the telling of violence, exclusion and stigma in contemporary Brazilian contexts

Liliana Cabral Bastos & Liana de Andrade Biar


Panel:
Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

'A September morning' : Are forced construals governed by constitutive rules?

Piotr Cap


Panel:
Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

A cross-sectional field-study of children' s cognitive capabilities: exploring the constitution and regulation of 'equality' among 6, 300 students in 10 Indian states

Dipti Kulkarni & Rukmini Bhaya Nair


Panel:
Some Are More Equal: Constitutive and Regulative Rules in Pragmatics Revisited (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Language, Gender and Cognition (1 of 2)

Angeliki Alvanoudi

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Feminine forms: friend or foe in a gender(ed) social re-ordering?

Federica Formato


Panel:
Language, Gender and Cognition (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Gendered noticing and speakers'' cognition in Greek conversation

Angeliki Alvanoudi


Panel:
Language, Gender and Cognition (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Conceptualizing selves in media discourse: metaphoric conceptualizations of femininity in female-authored articles in Nigerian newspapers

Umar Ahmed


Panel:
Language, Gender and Cognition (1 of 2)

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Stance in asynchronous discussion forums

Duygu Candarli


Panel:
Stance-taking in educational contexts (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Stance-taking, scale-jumping and the dialogic emergence of learnables in an EFL classroom

Takeshi Enomoto


Panel:
Stance-taking in educational contexts (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Museum visitors' public stance-taking articulations: Findings from discourse in three heritage museums in the USA and Israel

Chaim Noy


Panel:
Stance-taking in educational contexts (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Financial literacy – a key to the real world (1 of 2)

Marlies Whitehouse , Monika Kovarova-Simecek & Gabrielle Wanzenried

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Balancing conflicting professional identities: Financial analysts' politeness strategies in earnings conference calls

Xiaoxi Wu & Veronika Koller


Panel:
Financial literacy – a key to the real world (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Do financial analysts take investors' financial literacy into account?

Marlies Whitehouse


Panel:
Financial literacy – a key to the real world (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Financial Literacy and the Use of Information Sources in Financial Communications – A Comparative Study for Austria and Switzerland

Gabrielle Wanzenried , Tatjana Aubram & Monika Kovarova-Simecek


Panel:
Financial literacy – a key to the real world (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecture session

Speech act theory

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Slurs, insults, implicature, and speech acts

Marina Sbisà


Lecture session:
Speech act theory
(Chair: Jacob Mey)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Reanalysing de se attitudes from a speech-act-theoretic perspective

Etsuko Oishi


Lecture session:
Speech act theory
(Chair: Jacob Mey)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Expanding Pragmatics: Values, Goals, Adaptability and Pragmemes

Jacob L. Mey


Lecture session:
Speech act theory
(Chair: Jacob Mey)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (4 of 5)

Salvador Pons Borderia & Kerstin Fischer

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Defining the interpersonal epistemic stance construction in Spanish: the case of sabes 'you know' and constructional variants

Renata Enghels


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (4 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

What Can Discourse Segmentation Reveal about Approximative Adverbs: Expletive Usage of Spanish “Casi”

Adrià Pardo Llibrer


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (4 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Segmentation of Oral Corpora – First findings from a cross-language study

Swantje Westpfahl , Arnulf Deppermann, Thomas Schmidt, Jan Gorisch, Véronique Traverso, Carole Etienne, Heike Baldauf-Quiliatre & Marie Skrovec


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (4 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (4 of 5)

Daniel Kádár & Yongping Ran

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

'I was just minding my own business' : Interpersonal Rituals and Incivilities in Urban Public Spaces

Mervyn Horgan


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (4 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Religious Rituals in Arabic

May Asswae & Daniel Kádár


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (4 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Non-Japanese impressions of service encounters in Japan: Omotenashi, kikubari and ritual/convention

Christopher Long , Saeko Fukushima & Rosina Marquez Reiter


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (4 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (2 of 2)

Oscar Bladas Marti

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Teaching formulaic language: the case of discourse markers

Oscar Bladas Marti


Panel:
Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Teaching fluency: Discourse markers, general extenders and reported speech as key L2 targets

John Campbell-Larsen


Panel:
Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Teaching formulaic sequences in an advanced EFL university setting: a case for variation

Magdalena Zinkgraf & Ma. Angélica Verdú


Panel:
Teaching Formulaic Language to L2 Learners (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Storytelling in adult-child and children' s peer interactions (1 of 2)

Matthew Burdelski

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Multimodality and affectivity in adults' storytelling for children

Polly Björk-Willén & Asta Cekaite


Panel:
Storytelling in adult-child and children's peer interactions (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Capturing the interactional properties of early storytelling: An exploratory study

Anna Filipi


Panel:
Storytelling in adult-child and children's peer interactions (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Two-year olds' storytelling in dyadic and triadic interaction

Emi Morita & Matthew Burdelski


Panel:
Storytelling in adult-child and children's peer interactions (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Stage of life categories: Morality and identity work in talk in interaction

Ann Weatherall

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

(Old) age identities in everyday conversations of Greek Cypriot women

Anna Charalambidou


Panel:
Stage of life categories: Morality and identity work in talk in interaction

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Negotiating Being 'Old' in Nurse Practitioner-Patient Health Assessments

Shannon Clark


Panel:
Stage of life categories: Morality and identity work in talk in interaction

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

'When you' re 85, then I' ll call you old' : Age categorisation as an interactional resource in healthcare consultations

Jo Hilder , Maria Stubbe & Ann Weatherall


Panel:
Stage of life categories: Morality and identity work in talk in interaction

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (2 of 3)

Valeria Sinkeviciute

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

“Just because he' s black”. Identity construction and racial humour in a German U-19 football team

Solvejg Wolfers , Kieran File & Stephanie Schnurr


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

“That' s me doing a Native American thing”: Cultural stereotypes, humour, and identity construction in everyday conversations among friends

Sylvia Sierra


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Laughter, hyperbole and “funny stories” - using humour in positioning Georgia' s Greek community

Concha Maria Höfler


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (2 of 3)

17:00 to 17:15 · Monday 17

Break

Short break

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (3 of 3)

Matthew Prior & Jack Bilmes

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Time formulation in interaction: Regrading on timescale

Yuka Matsutani


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Image co-construction through talk: A categorical analysis of praising in a TV talk show

Takuo Hayashi & Jiali Yu


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Regrading as a Conversational Practice

Jack Bilmes


Panel:
Upgrading/Downgrading in Interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (2 of 2)

Gabriele Kasper

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Fabricating foreigners: Telop as a categorization device in a Korean TV show

Gabriele Kasper & Rachel Jun


Panel:
Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Rejecting 'foreignness' in Korean reality TV show with multi-national participants

Hanbyul Jung


Panel:
Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Using “foreigner” voice in constructing a case for democratic agenda: An MCA analysis of an interview of a UK ambassador

Patharakorn Patharakorn & Priw-Prae Littichareonporn


Panel:
Producing 'Foreigners' in TV Entertainment Shows: Sequence, Categorization, and Multisemiotic Practices (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (5 of 5)

Scott Saft , Yoko Fujii & Sachiko Ide

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Quotation with the verb omou (think) in Japanese conversation: A Comparative study of quotations with the verb think in English conversation

Yuko Nomura


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (5 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Pragmatics of ba: A Cross-Linguistic Study of Task-based Interaction in Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese and American English

Yoko Fujii


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (5 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

How wakimae works: An explanation in terms of ba based thinking

Sachiko Ide


Panel:
Emancipatory Pragmatics: Approaching Language and Interaction from the Perspective of Ba (5 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecture session

L2

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Temporal Perspective Shift in Korean Heritage Speaker Narratives

EunHee Lee


Lecture session:
L2
(Chair: Leticia Presotto)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Metaphors, relevance and pragmatic competence in L2

Elly Ifantidou


Lecture session:
L2
(Chair: Leticia Presotto)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Lecturer

Metaphors in Brazilian Portuguese academic discourse: An analysis of Portuguese as additional language

Leticia Presotto


Lecture session:
L2
(Chair: Leticia Presotto)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel

Talking about dying (2 of 2)

Marco Pino Ruth Parry

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

“We can talk about it. We can joke about it, you know, which is nice”: Tensions surrounding (in)directness in talk about death and dying involving women with ovarian cancer

Hannah Shipman , Olga Zayts & Marc Tischkowitz


Panel:
Talking about dying (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

How Is It Possible to Discuss End of Life Issues in Cancer Care?

Douglas Maynard , Dagoberto Cortez & Toby Campbell


Panel:
Talking about dying (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Stance-Taking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Wolfgang Imo & Jens Philipp Lanwer

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Stance Attribution Through Mimetic Enactments Political Rallies

Matthew Ingram


Panel:
Stance-Taking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

“Pf” as stance marker in French interactions

Heike Baldauf-Quilliatre


Panel:
Stance-Taking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Stance taking with “laughter” particles in WhatsApp dialogues

Katharina König


Panel:
Stance-Taking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Language, Gender and Cognition (2 of 2)

Angeliki Alvanoudi

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Everyone was packing his purse: The effect of the Dutch masculine generic zijn 'his' and gender stereotypes on the mental representation of gender

Theresa Redl , Anita Eerland & Ted Sanders


Panel:
Language, Gender and Cognition (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Gender-based Agency Bias in the Processing of Thematic Roles in German and French

Yulia Esaulova , Chiara Reali, Lisa von Stockhausen & Claudia Felser


Panel:
Language, Gender and Cognition (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

Stance-taking in educational contexts (2 of 2)

Aisling O'Boyle

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Financial literacy – a key to the real world (2 of 2)

Marlies Whitehouse , Monika Kovarova-Simecek & Gabrielle Wanzenried

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Financial Literacy, Pension Planning, and Investment Behavior – A Comparative Study for Austria and Switzerland

Monika Kovarova-Simecek , Tatjana Aubram & Gabrielle Wanzenried


Panel:
Financial literacy – a key to the real world (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Debates on "something called 'capitalism'": Metalinguistic strategies in online user comments on financial and economic news reporting

Cedric Deschrijver


Panel:
Financial literacy – a key to the real world (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (5 of 5)

Salvador Pons Borderia & Kerstin Fischer

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Do constructions exist cross-linguistically? The case of Spanish and English pragmatic markers.

Sanne Tanghe & Shima Salameh Jiménez


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (5 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Grammatical constructions and discourse units: Mental state verbs as markers of dialogicity

Vassiliki Gkeka , Sophia Marmaridou & Kiki Nikiforidou


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (5 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

From discourse markers to grammatical constructions: integrating grammar, prosody and discourse

Maria Estellés-Arguedas & Pedro Gras Manzano


Panel:
From models of discourse units to interactional construction grammar (5 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (5 of 5)

Daniel Kádár & Yongping Ran

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

"Why don' t you marry first?": A classification struggle over heckling in and out of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly

Ryogo Yanagida & Seiko Otsuka


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (5 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Chinese rites of bystander intervention

Yongping Ran & Dániel Z. Kádár


Panel:
Ritual and ritualisation in interpersonal pragmatics (5 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

Tensions within the repertoire of prescribed, prestige, and non-prestige forms

Hadar Netz

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Beyond the status/solidarity dichotomy: A socio-pragmatic perspective on speaker selection of standard versus vernacular forms

Julia Snell


Panel:
Tensions within the repertoire of prescribed, prestige, and non-prestige forms

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Lebanese news broadcasts between Standard and Lebanese Arabic: Ṣawt al-Ğanūb as a case

Helge Daniëls


Panel:
Tensions within the repertoire of prescribed, prestige, and non-prestige forms

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

The legitimisation of native born (Sabra) perspective through language

Uri Mor & Ivy Sichel


Panel:
Tensions within the repertoire of prescribed, prestige, and non-prestige forms

Slot: 4 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

"Never in your life will you have six.f. events.m.!": Language corrections in Hebrew Language Arts classes

Hadar Netz , Dafna Yitzhaki & Adam Lefstein


Panel:
Tensions within the repertoire of prescribed, prestige, and non-prestige forms

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Storytelling in adult-child and children' s peer interactions (2 of 2)

Matthew Burdelski

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Caregiver''s strategies for eliciting toddlers'' storytelling in Japanese caregiver–child interactions

Akira Takada & Michie Kawashima


Panel:
Storytelling in adult-child and children's peer interactions (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Young children's practices for answering through storytelling

Tomoyo Takagi


Panel:
Storytelling in adult-child and children's peer interactions (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

The emotionality of character loss: Collaborative problem-solving narration and moral accountability in children' s social networking

Ann-Carita Evaldsson & Helen Melander


Panel:
Storytelling in adult-child and children's peer interactions (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Gender, regional and generational varieties in Japan: Re-exploring negotiation of identities

Ikuko Nakane & Lidia Tanaka

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

A study of shifting in gendered speech styles in Japanese

Shoko Ikuta


Panel:
Gender, regional and generational varieties in Japan: Re-exploring negotiation of identities

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Media Activate Speakers of Dialects to Be Authentic Enough

Shigeko Kumagai


Panel:
Gender, regional and generational varieties in Japan: Re-exploring negotiation of identities

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Discourse of working class women from western Japan: a diachronic study

Ikuko Nakane & Lidia Tanaka


Panel:
Gender, regional and generational varieties in Japan: Re-exploring negotiation of identities

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (3 of 3)

Valeria Sinkeviciute

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Juggling individual and collective identities: A case of Australian and British views on jocularity

Valeria Sinkeviciute


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Monday 17

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Identity construction in Portuguese stand-up comedy: towards perspective of socio-discursive interactionism (SDI)

Milana Morozova


Panel:
From self to culture: Identity construction in humour-related discourses (3 of 3)

08:00 to 08:30 · Tuesday 18

Registration

Registration

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecture session

Language teaching

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Tsumori 'intention' in Japanese: The gap between its actual usage and instruction

Mutsuko Endo Hudson


Lecture session:
Language teaching
(Chair: Areej Alawad)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Fact or Function? A Social Constructionist Approach to Improving Japanese L2 Learner Pragmatic Competence in the Use of Addressee Honorifics

Andrew Barke & Momoyo Shimazu


Lecture session:
Language teaching
(Chair: Areej Alawad)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

The Role of Authentic Videos in the Explicit Teaching of English Request Strategies in Saudi Female Students' Oral Production of Pragmalinguistically Appropriate English Requests

Areej Alawad & Zhu Hua


Lecture session:
Language teaching
(Chair: Areej Alawad)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecture session

Pragmatics and grammar

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Transmerging nouniness/clausiness: Aspectual abstract nominalisers in Turkish

Birsel Karakoç & Annette Herkenrath


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Salvio Martín Menéndez)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Agentivity: Verbs classification from a discoursive point of view.

Salvio Martín Menéndez


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Salvio Martín Menéndez)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (1 of 2)

Polly Szatrowski

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

The management of infants' food preferences by parents during everyday weaning interactions

Sally Wiggins


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Laughing about food in CASE – "Little green round ones" and other delicate topics

Sina Burghardt & Selina Schmidt


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Comparative study of Japanese expressions used for individual versus group sensory evaluation of dairy foods and drinks

Nami Fukutome & Polly Szatrowski


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Japanese food descriptions and evaluations at Dairy Taster Brunches

Polly Szatrowski


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (1 of 2)

Maria E. Placencia & César Félix-Brasdefer

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Re-thinking pragmatic variation: The case of service encounters from a modified variational pragmatics perspective

Klaus P. Schneider


Panel:
Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Spanish retailer-consumer interactions on Facebook: A variational pragmatics perspective

Patricia Bou Franch & Pilar Garcés-Conejos Blitvich


Panel:
Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Intra-Lingual Pragmatic Variation in Mexico City and Bucaramanga (Colombia): The Negotiation of Service in Small Shops

Rebeca Bataller & César Félix-Brasdefer


Panel:
Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (1 of 2)

Nancy Bell & Michael Haugh

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Jocular deception and pretence in interaction

Nancy Bell , Michael Haugh & Roslyn Rowen


Panel:
Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

The incongruous, the deceptive and the humorous: types of incongruity and the revelation of deception

Steve Oswald & Didier Maillat


Panel:
Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Early responses (1 of 2)

Arnulf Deppermann

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Projection in grammar and interaction: early responses to questions

Simona Pekarek Doehler


Panel:
Early responses (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Tentatively designed polar questions and their responses

Rasmus Persson


Panel:
Early responses (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Early responses during tag questions

Ditte Kimps & Gerard O'Grady


Panel:
Early responses (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Pragmatics and Constructions (1 of 4)

Rita Finkbeiner

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Pragmatics and Constructions: Approaches and Challenges

Rita Finkbeiner


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (1 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Constructions, cues and pragmatic inferences

Mira Ariel


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (1 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Coercion: a case of saturation

Benoît Leclercq


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (1 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel

Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (1 of 3)

Yasemin Bayyurt & Ciler Hatipoglu

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Forms of address in e-mail communication between university instructors and students at an English medium university in Turkey

Yasemin Bayyurt


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Variability of Russian forms of address in authentic oral speech

Bernhard Brehmer


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Umbria: attitudes and practices of address

Agnese Bresin , John Hajek & Heinz L. Kretzenbacher


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel

The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (1 of 3)

Eva-Maria Graf , Claudio Scarvaglieri & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Change in psychotherapy needs dyadic states of consciousness (DSC)

Michael B. Buchholz


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Change and Understanding in Psychotherapy: A Linguistic Perspective

Claudio Scarvaglieri


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Working with Examples to Promote Clients' Change: Elicitation and Processing Strategies across Therapeutic and Coaching Data

Thomas Spranz-Fogasy & Eva Graf


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (1 of 3)

Christiane Hohenstein , Magdalène Levy-Tödter, Bernd Meyer & Kristin Bührig

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Collaborative deliberation and metaphors as processes for effective healthcare provision in multicultural medical settings

Sarah Bigi & Mariagrazia Rossi


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

The struggle for understanding in linguistically divergent consultations in the emergency department

Katrijn Maryns & Antoon Cox


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Rapport, empathy and professional identity in intercultural medical interactions: Some challenges for multilingualism

Lynda Yates & Maria Dahm


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (1 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

On International medical doctors' professional identity in a multilingual environment

Christiane Hohenstein & Magdalène Lévy-Tödter


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel

Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (1 of 4)

Cornelia Ilie

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Answering questions and questioning answers: The shifting dynamics of media interviewing practices

Cornelia Ilie


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (1 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Pragmatic effects of question-answer sequences of politicians in Italian courtroom examinations and in TV interviews

Augusto Gnisci


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (1 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

“Questions in Japanese Political Settings”

Lidia Tanaka


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (1 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (1 of 3)

Peter Kosta , Nadine Thielemann & Nicole Richter

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Corpus-based study of turn-initiators in Czech

Martina Berrocal


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Initiating Conversation - The short, but important life of turn initiating elements in everyday conversation of literary texts (examples from Czech German-Russian-Polish-Serbo-Croatian-French and Italian parallel corpuses)

Peter Kosta


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

The meaning and function of the words takže and hele in the turn-initial position in Czech talk-in-interactions

Martin Havlik & Lucie Jílková


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (1 of 3)

Kazuko Tanabe & Lala Takeda

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

The origin of honorifics entailed in modern Japanese

Yasuko Obana


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

From press conference to newspaper article: Diachronic changes in verbal honorific use for the emperor in post-World War II Japan

Noriko Sugimori


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

The Diachronic Change of Address in Vietnamese as an Indicator of Politeness

Thi Minh Hue Nguyen


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Anja Stukenbrock & Karola Pitsch

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

On the speaker' s gaze behavior during hesitations: Some initial observations

Martin Pfeiffer & Clarissa Weiß


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Multimodal microphenomena. On the co-occurrence and synchronization between gaze events, speech and gesture

Geert Brône , Jelena Vranjes, Annelies Jehoul & Kurt Feyaerts


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Eye movements during proposals and their responses in dyadic decision-making

Melisa Stevanovic , Tommi Himberg, Maija Niinisalo, Anssi Peräkylä, Mikko Samsa & Riitta Hari


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Eye-Tracking in theatre: Coordinating multiple activities during a theatre rehearsal

Maximilian Krug


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecture session

Therapy

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Affiliation and Compliance: Necessary Conditions to Entering Chair Work in Emotion-Focussed Therapy

Lynda Chubak & Peter Muntigl


Lecture session:
Therapy
(Chair: Marco Pino)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Conflicts in small-group interaction: counter-complaints in Therapeutic Community meetings

Marco Pino


Lecture session:
Therapy
(Chair: Marco Pino)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (1 of 3)

Tom Van Hout , Peter Burger & Otto Santa Ana

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Laughter as rhetorical device in political interviews

Argyro Kantara


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

'That' s the Boogie Man of Washington' : Jabbing in Late Night Talk Show Interviews

Di Yu


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Quote unquote. The metapragmatics of text bite journalism

Tom Van Hout & Peter Burger


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (1 of 2)

Risako Ide & Kaori Hata

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

We laughed, we smiled: A microethnographic examination of smiling and laughter in first-time interactions between L1 and L2 speakers of Japanese

Cade Bushnell & Risako Ide


Panel:
The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Discerning discordance in “harmonious” interactions: The cases of cross-cultural encounters in Brisbane and Ishigaki Island, Okinawa

Masataka Yamaguchi & Makiko Takekuro


Panel:
The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Confronting imbalances in interaction: A case study of interview narratives of Japanese women living in the UK in the intercultural situations

Takako Okamoto & Kaori Hata


Panel:
The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (1 of 5)

Daniel Silva

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Finding voice in silence: A critical examination of the right to silence in American evidentiary interviews

Sarah Howard , Diana Boxer & Joseph Radice


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

The transidiomatic subject: credibility and intentionality in the asylum court.

Marco Jacquemet


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Intentionality and Agency in Asylum Petitions Involving Minors

Xochitl Marsilli-Vargas


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 4 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Emergent meaning in intercultural discourse

Hermine Penz


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (1 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (1 of 4)

Siobhan Chapman & Billy Clark

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

'She only remembered occasionally that she was a woman' : Implicature, subjectivity and gender identity in George Moore' s ''Albert Nobbs''

Siobhan Chapman


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (1 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Pragmatic Enrichment in Drama

Saskia Brockmann , Susanne Riecker, Irene Rapp & Jonas Bozenhard


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (1 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Manipulation and (Im)politeness in House of Cards (Netflix 2013-2017)

Sandrine Sorlin


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (1 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (1 of 3)

Ulrike Schröder , Hans-Georg Wolf & Farzad Sharifian

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The important role of common ground as an interface between culture and language in interaction

Brian Nolan


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Linguistic expressions as cultural units: How a cultural approach to language can facilitate the description of modern means of communication and expression

Elke Diedrichsen


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

“He just sounded like he wanted to go home” – Speech styles of radio presenters described by German and Danish listeners

Grit Böhme


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Activities in interaction (1 of 3)

Cornelia Gerhardt & Elisabeth Reber

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Bodily practices for managing mobile phone activity in ordinary conversation

Stephen DiDomenico , Joshua Raclaw & Jessica Robles


Panel:
Activities in interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Encouraging in videogame interactions

Isabel Colon de Carvajal & Heike Baldauf-Quilliatre


Panel:
Activities in interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Punch and Judy politics? Embodying challenging actions in parliament

Elisabeth Reber


Panel:
Activities in interaction (1 of 3)

10:00 to 10:30 · Tuesday 18

Break

Coffee/Tea

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecture session

Language teaching

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Translating Pragmatics: Evidence of inter-lingual enrichment and Implicature

Campbell McDermid & James Pope


Lecture session:
Language teaching
(Chair: Gerrard Mugford)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Pragmatic intervention in the realization of the speech act of complaining by Brazilian learners of English as a foreign language

Aurélia Leal Lima Lyrio


Lecture session:
Language teaching
(Chair: Gerrard Mugford)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Politeness, choice and interpersonal stance in a foreign language: Routines and conformity vs. individual polite understandings?

Gerrard Mugford


Lecture session:
Language teaching
(Chair: Gerrard Mugford)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecture session

Pragmatics and grammar

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Examining the Functions of Loanwords: The Case of English Loanwords in Japanese

Keith Barrs


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

''Funny that he should say that'': On the use of semi-insubordinate clauses

Gunther Kaltenboeck


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Mitigation via Conditional Structures

Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch


Lecture session:
Pragmatics and grammar
(Chair: Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Face

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

The debate on anencephalic fetus abortion at the Supreme Court in Brazil: power relations and facework strategies

Lucia Freitas


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Narmandakh Dolgor)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Some effects of democraticization on the performance of face-threatening acts in expert-layman communication

Svenja Kranich & Wera Neuhäuser


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Narmandakh Dolgor)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

How Mongolians Thank

Narmandakh Dolgor


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Narmandakh Dolgor)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (2 of 2)

Polly Szatrowski

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Describing likes and dislikes regarding known and unknown food items in German Taster Lunches

Stefan Diemer & Marie-Louise Brunner


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Emergence and co-construction of the identity “fresh cream lover” through stories in talk-in-interaction

Mariko Karatsu


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Epistemic stance markers and conditionals in the expression of dislike in focus groups on food

Jonathon Coltz


Panel:
Food description and assessment in individual sensory evaluation, focus groups, and spontaneous face-to-face and SKYPE conversations in English, ELF, Japanese and German (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (2 of 2)

Maria E. Placencia & César Félix-Brasdefer

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

'No gracias amigo' Refusals to bargaining offers in service encounters in two subsidiaries of a virtual marketplace in Ecuador and Venezuela

Maria E. Placencia & Carmen García


Panel:
Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Schmoozing in the business domain: Small talk as a tactic for mitigating rejection in Uruguayan service encounters

Heather Kaiser


Panel:
Service Encounters in the Spanish-Speaking World from a Variational Pragmatics Perspective (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (2 of 2)

Nancy Bell & Michael Haugh

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Breaking rules, violating norms and identity in language play

Gerardine Pereira & Neal Norrick


Panel:
Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Negotiating shifts between serious and playful language in tutoring sessions

Anne Pomerantz


Panel:
Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

A comparative investigation of joint fantasising amongst speakers of Brazilian Portuguese and speakers of (American and Australian) English

Letícia Stallone & Michael Haugh


Panel:
Trickery, Cheating, and Deceit in Language Play (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

Early responses (2 of 2)

Arnulf Deppermann

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Early responses to requests: the precise timing of first vs. second actions

Sofian Bouaouina & Lorenza Mondada


Panel:
Early responses (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Between simultaneity and sequentiality: early responses to instructions

Axel Schmidt & Arnulf Deppermann


Panel:
Early responses (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Pragmatics and Constructions (2 of 4)

Rita Finkbeiner

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Short-circuited implicatures: a view from Construction Grammar

Bert Cappelle & Ilse Depraetere


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (2 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Cancelability vs. Conventionality: The Case of Garden-Path Puns

Laura Devlesschouwer


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (2 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Affirmative Sarcasm and Negative Sarcasm: Which is easier to process? Which is more entertaining?

Rachel Giora , Shir Givoni, Vered Heruti, & Ofer Fein


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (2 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel

Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (2 of 3)

Yasemin Bayyurt & Ciler Hatipoglu

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

(Im)politeness functions of SIZ in Turkish

Ciler Hatipoglu


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Perceptions of the use of address forms in Finland by the French and in France by the Finns

Johanna Isosävi


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Choice of Japanese Address Terms in Cross-cultural Setting

Kiri Lee


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel

The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (2 of 3)

Eva-Maria Graf , Claudio Scarvaglieri & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Solution-oriented requests

Susanne Kabatnik & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

The initiation of change: Evidence from coaching sessions and debriefings

Sabine Jautz


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (2 of 3)

Christiane Hohenstein , Magdalène Levy-Tödter, Bernd Meyer & Kristin Bührig

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Multilingualism and health communication in South Africa: Pragmatic challenges and solutions

Claire Penn & Jennifer Watermeyer


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Schemata for conventional interaction forms: the influence of (interpreters' ) knowledge of doctor-patient encounter structure on (interpreter-mediated) medical interactions

Michaela Albl-Mikasa


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Child interpreters and parents of child interpreters in German-Turkish health care communication: Looking back

Annette Herkenrath


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (2 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

On migrant patient participation opportunities in healthcare interaction: a comparison of data with and without language mediation support

Claudio Baraldi & Laura Gavioli


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel

Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (2 of 4)

Cornelia Ilie

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Positioning in the Blue-card Question and Answer Sequences in the European Parliament

Nazli Avdan


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (2 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Formulation-question in Korean TV talk shows: Mundane probe as shaping consensual grounds for upgrading assessment activities

Kyu-hyun Kim & Kyung-Hee Suh


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (2 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Questions and responses in Korean entertainment shows: Shifting between polite and deferential speech styles and constructing social identities

Kyung-Eun Yoon


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (2 of 4)

Slot: 4 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

So- and But-prefaced Interviewer Questions in Chinese TV News Interviews: a Conversation Analytic Approach

Hua Gao & Zheng Fang


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (2 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (2 of 3)

Peter Kosta , Nadine Thielemann & Nicole Richter

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Bueno doncs, a: ve(u)re ʻwell, then, let' s seeʼ.

Konstanze Jungbluth


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

“Oh be careful!” - Turn-initial positions in care home interactions

Almut Koester


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Where do deictic elements point right at the beginning? Russian 'vot' and similar cases in other languages

Nicole Richter


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (2 of 3)

Kazuko Tanabe & Lala Takeda

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Diachronic change in politeness through overlaps: A case study of Japanese asymmetrical interactions

Lala Takeda


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Japanese Benefactives in Flux and their Problematics: Grammaticalisation of ''sase-te-itadaku'' and its Transformation to a New Polite Form

Michi Shiina & Masato Takiura


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Pragmatics of First Person Pronouns in Historical Chinese Texts

Cher Leng Lee


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Anja Stukenbrock & Karola Pitsch

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Sharing attention on the move: Eye-tracking mobile participants "in the wild"

Anja Stukenbrock


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Multimodal deixis: Interactional implications of the recipients' shifting gaze

Karola Pitsch


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Using mobile eye-trackers to explore the social construction of shared visual attention in interaction

Wolfgang Kesselheim & Kenan Hochuli


Panel:
Mobile Eye-Tracking in Interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecture session

Dementia

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

“What are we going to do now? - Nothing?”

Elisabeth Muth Andersen


Lecture session:
Dementia
(Chair: Elisabeth Dalby Kristiansen)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

The World of a Mother with Dementia and her Daughter: Focusing on a speech act of 'thanking'

Noriko Tanaka


Lecture session:
Dementia
(Chair: Elisabeth Dalby Kristiansen)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Learning and dementia: Re-mastering conversational initiative

Elisabeth Dalby Kristiansen


Lecture session:
Dementia
(Chair: Elisabeth Dalby Kristiansen)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (2 of 3)

Tom Van Hout , Peter Burger & Otto Santa Ana

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Emotions in Humour - A Study of Emotive Satirical News Reporting

Allaina Kilby


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Gesar' s Horse Herder: The Metapragmatic Work of Twenty-First Century Tibetan Comedy in China

Timothy Thurston


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

The role of Singlish humor in the rise of the opposition politician in Singapore

Velda Khoo


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (2 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Humor as a discursive vehicle for political and social critique in Chinese society

Lutgard Lams


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (2 of 2)

Risako Ide & Kaori Hata

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Multilayered frames and sexuality perspectives: mixed use of katakana and English pronunciation by L2 speakers of Japanese

Arisa Koba


Panel:
The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Visual encounters in webcam-mediated interactions

Chiho Sunakawa


Panel:
The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Taking offence as face practice in individual livestream

Jing He & Yongping Ran


Panel:
The Pragmatics of “Bonding” in Cross-Cultural Encounters: East Asian Perspectives (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (2 of 5)

Daniel Silva

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Linguistic ideologies, metapragmatics and ironical legitimacy in performative subjectivation

Joana Plaza Pinto


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (2 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Linguistic ideologies of subjectivity, sexuality, and power: Evidence from Ancient Chinese and Medieval Persian

Maarten Michiel Leezenberg


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (2 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Models of personhood in the escalation of violence: Empirical vs. idealized ideologies of the subject in Pragmatics

Daniel Silva


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (2 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (2 of 4)

Siobhan Chapman & Billy Clark

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

The pragmatactic properties of fiction in 'these [and other] pages'

Peter Grundy


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (2 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

What is said, what is implicated and what can only be imagined

Sabina Longhitano Piazza


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (2 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

'That' s when I, like, seriously seriously flip?' : fictionalized Irish English and the pragmatics of ''''''''like''''''''

Ana Maria Terrazas-Calero


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (2 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (2 of 3)

Ulrike Schröder , Hans-Georg Wolf & Farzad Sharifian

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Pragmatic instantiations of cultural conceptualizations in German-Brazilian business exchanges

Milene Mendes de Oliveira


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The cognitive-schematic anchoring of cultural styles in (self-)reflexive talk about intercultural experience

Ulrike Schröder


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Knowledge in intercultural pragmatics: a cognitive and functional perspective

Karsten Senkbeil


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (2 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The gendering of metaphorical expressions in English and in Arabic on social media platforms

suha safiyiddeen


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Activities in interaction (2 of 3)

Cornelia Gerhardt & Elisabeth Reber

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Using the body in space to re-align 'self' and 'other' relations in the production of situationally-recoverable types of ellipsis

Ben Clarke


Panel:
Activities in interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

'Talking about language' : an investigation into language teaching as an activity in interaction

Emma Greenhalgh , Ray Wilkinson & Oksana Afitska


Panel:
Activities in interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

`Showing' , not 'pointing' : why people in embodied activities choose to pick up an object when referring to it

Cornelia Gerhardt


Panel:
Activities in interaction (2 of 3)

12:00 to 13:30 · Tuesday 18

Break

Lunch

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecture session

Metapragmatic awareness

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Overseas trained teachers and the pragmatics of the teacher-parent meeting

Jill Murray


Lecture session:
Metapragmatic awareness
(Chair: Karen Adams)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

From the press release to social media: a pragmatic perspective on museum communication

Cecilia Lazzeretti


Lecture session:
Metapragmatic awareness
(Chair: Karen Adams)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Identifying Dodged Questions in US Political Debates

Karen L. Adams


Lecture session:
Metapragmatic awareness
(Chair: Karen Adams)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecture session

Gesture

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Possible intersection between anthropology and discourse analysis: A study of verbal art of Brazilian immigrants in London

Jorge Farias Jr.


Lecture session:
Gesture
(Chair: Emilia Zotevska)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

The sequential organization of 'sabotage' in sibling' s conflicts: coordination of embodiment, talk and spatial positioning

Emilia Zotevska


Lecture session:
Gesture
(Chair: Emilia Zotevska)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Face

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Teaching in a second language: International teaching assistants' use of politeness strategies in US university classrooms

Erhan Aslan


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Shigeo Uematsu)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Strategic Generic Reference as an Educational Speech Act

Fuli Hou


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Shigeo Uematsu)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Why don' t students speak up in class?

Shigeo Uematsu


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Shigeo Uematsu)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

The interpreter' s role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (1 of 2)

Leona Van Vaerenbergh , Sofie Van de Geuchte , Yvan Leanza & Betty Goguikian

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Linguistically diverse ad hoc mediated ED consultations (1): The dynamics of miscommunication

Antoon Cox , Shuangyu Li, Nicolas Dauby, Philippe Humblé, Luc Huygens, Yvan Leanza & Ellen Rosenberg


Panel:
The interpreter's role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Linguistically diverse ad hoc mediated ED consultations (2): Communication patterns and medical consequences of interpreters' “inaccuracies”

Yvan Leanza , Ellen Rosenberg, Audrey Marcoux, Paulina Gonzalez Orea, Anne-Sophie Thommeret-Carrière, Antoon Cox, Philippe Humblé & Luc Huygens


Panel:
The interpreter's role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

The role of the student interpreter in healthcare: a multimodal perspective on inter-professional training sessions

Céline Van De Walle & Ellen Van Praet


Panel:
The interpreter's role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (1 of 2)

Katsutaka Shiraishi & Kazuyo Murata

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Analysis of LINE Chat Interaction as part of Multi-Modal Communication

Keiko Hattori & Noriko Okamoto


Panel:
Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Some aspects of a presider''s question in group discussion

Tomone Komiya


Panel:
Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Professional Judges' Formulations of Lay Judges' Opinions in Courtroom Deliberations

Ikuyo Morimoto


Panel:
Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (1 of 3)

Rebecca Clift & Elizabeth Holt

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Is that your coat on the floor? Agency and autonomy in indirection

Rebecca Clift


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

The Do-Construction in English Conversation

Chase Wesley Raymond


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Speech acts and storytelling interaction

Christoph Rühlemann


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (1 of 3)

Leelo Keevallik & Yael Maschler

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

The Anacrustic Coordination of Clauses in Natural Discourse

Paul Hopper


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

"Ma ei tea" ( 'I don' t know' ) complex questions in everyday Estonian

Andra Rumm & Kirsi Laanesoo


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Relative clauses as a referential device: interactional evidence from an experimental study of Estonian, Finnish and Russian

Renate Pajusalu , Maria Reile & Piia Taremaa


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (1 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Pragmatics and Constructions (3 of 4)

Rita Finkbeiner

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

A minimalist approach to constructions as inference-restricting devices

Josep M. Fontana


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (3 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

A Constructional Approach to Clausal Modal Expressions

Jian Hu


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (3 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Nominal interpretation at the semantics/pragmatics interface

Julia Kolkmann


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (3 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel

Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (3 of 3)

Yasemin Bayyurt & Ciler Hatipoglu

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Address terms in Spanish native and non-native request interactions

Aurélie Marsily


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Forms of address in Polish subtitled films

Leyla Marti & Anna Baczkowska


Panel:
Address Forms across Cultures: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Address Terms in Indo-European, Uralic and Altaic Languages (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel

The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (3 of 3)

Eva-Maria Graf , Claudio Scarvaglieri & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

The function of first person deictic elements in doctor-patient relations

Agnes Kuna


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Back to the Future: Notions of Change in Physician-Patient-Interactions During Neurorehabilitation

Heike Ortner


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

The Pragmatics of Change in Dental Hypnosis: An empirical study in Indonesia

Dian Ekawati , Nani Darmayanti, Lusi Lian Piantari & Chairunnisa


Panel:
The Pragmatics of Change in Therapy and Related Formats (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (3 of 3)

Christiane Hohenstein , Magdalène Levy-Tödter, Bernd Meyer & Kristin Bührig

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Refugees and public health care in Toronto: new language action patterns

Jennifer Hartog


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Probing questions in intercultural medical counseling

Jochen Rehbein


Panel:
Increasing mobility in health care and challenges to multilingual health care communication (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel

Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (3 of 4)

Cornelia Ilie

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Question-answer sequences in male first meetings: A comparative study of cultural norms in Japanese and English conversations

Yuka Shigemitsu


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (3 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Pivot questions: Lawyer strategies in first cross-examination questions in 19th century Old Bailey criminal trials

Alison Johnson


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (3 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

“You were resisting the whole time”: Assumptions of Guilt and Contrasting Frames in Police-Civilian Interactions

Casey Guditus


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (3 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (3 of 3)

Peter Kosta , Nadine Thielemann & Nicole Richter

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Foreshadowing disagreement – how Russians signal disaffiliation in conversation

Nadine Thielemann


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Turn beginnings and turn continuations in Czech collaborative turn sequences

Kateřina Zäch & Florence Oloff


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

The Turn-Initial-Elements in Discourse: Vocatives, Parentheticals, Particles, and Interjections in Russian

Elena Graf


Panel:
Creating worlds from the inside: Turn-initial positions as Creators of Discourses and Worlds (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (3 of 3)

Kazuko Tanabe & Lala Takeda

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Transformation of the Japanese honorific style from referenced person to listener

Kazuko Tanabe & Lala Takeda


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Honorifics in Italian conduct and etiquette books between 1800 and 1920.

Annick Paternoster & Francesca.Saltamacchia


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

The evolution of person deixis and politeness in Catalan parliamentary debate (1932-2013)

Neus Nogué-Serrano & Lluís Payrató


Panel:
The Diachronic Aspect of Politeness: Value and Form (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecture session

Intercultural communication

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecturer

Securing interpersonal relationships while disagreeing: An analysis of English as a lingua franca interactions among friends

Mayu Konakahara


Lecture session:
Intercultural communication
(Chair: Carolin Debray)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecturer

Cultural orientation as a variable in contentious assertions during intercultural communication

Marilyn Plumlee


Lecture session:
Intercultural communication
(Chair: Carolin Debray)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Lecturer

Doing taskwork and managing rapport: Challenges for team member interactions in intercultural teams

Carolin Debray , Helen Spencer-Oatey & Daniel Dauber


Lecture session:
Intercultural communication
(Chair: Carolin Debray)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecture session

Impairment

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Schizophrenia, lateralization, and the external reflexive loop

Ross Smith


Lecture session:
Impairment
(Chair: Helene Killmer)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Collaborative storytelling in conversations of persons with aphasia

Helene Killmer


Lecture session:
Impairment
(Chair: Helene Killmer)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (3 of 3)

Tom Van Hout , Peter Burger & Otto Santa Ana

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Ready… Steady… Smile: Computer-Mediated Political Irony in Russia

Anna Sanina


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Political cartoons as carnivalesque: A multimodal discourse analysis of Argentina' s Humor Registrado magazine

Muireann Prendergast


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Humor is not language-based

Otto Santa Ana


Panel:
Political humor as social action: verbal-visual attitudes towards politicians in late modernity (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

(Pragmatics) Beyond Verbal Communication

Ryoko Sasamoto , Kate Scott & Tim Wharton

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Ostension, Expectations and Non-Encoded Meaning

Kate Scott


Panel:
(Pragmatics) Beyond Verbal Communication

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Onomatopoeia and Synaesthesia – Reenacting sensory experience in food writing

Ryoko Sasamoto


Panel:
(Pragmatics) Beyond Verbal Communication

Slot: 4 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Meaning and beyond

Tim Wharton


Panel:
(Pragmatics) Beyond Verbal Communication

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (3 of 5)

Daniel Silva

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

On what it takes to take foreign mythologies seriously

Helena Martins


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (3 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

On Intentionality, Sincerity and the Possibility of Ethics in Discourse

Ana Paula Grillo El-Jaick


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (3 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Communication ideologies in conflict-ridden online “conversations”

Branca Falabella Fabricio


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (3 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (3 of 4

Siobhan Chapman & Billy Clark

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Searching for relevance theoretical proposals to cope with irony in literary texts

Maria Angeles Ruiz Moneva


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (3 of 4

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

How and why reported speech is (and is not) framed: grounding in Indonesian youth conversation and literature

Dwi Noverini Djenar & Michael C. Ewing


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (3 of 4

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

Relevance theory and literary interpretation

Deirdre Wilson


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (3 of 4

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (3 of 3)

Ulrike Schröder , Hans-Georg Wolf & Farzad Sharifian

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

A Socio-cognitive Pragmatic Account for “Doing Understanding” via Disagreement in Casual ELF Talk

Qing Yang & Yongping Ran


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Perceptions and performance in evaluation speech acts by Koreans and Chinese

Xi Chen


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Taking offence and the heterogeneous distribution of cultural schemas

Tahmineh Tayebi


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (3 of 3)

Slot: 4 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The speech act of responding to dard-e-del 'sympathy' in Persian A cultural Linguistic Perspective

Mehri Bagheri


Panel:
Intercultural Pragmatics and Cultural Linguistics (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Activities in interaction (3 of 3)

Cornelia Gerhardt & Elisabeth Reber

Slot: 1 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Touching and Joking— The role of interpersonal touch in conversational joking in Mandarin interaction

Xiaoting Li


Panel:
Activities in interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Categorizing in Everyday Interaction: Case Studies in English and Mandarin Chinese

Patricia Mayes & Hongyin Tao


Panel:
Activities in interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 13:30 to 15:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Position expansion in multi-person interaction

Harrie J. Mazeland


Panel:
Activities in interaction (3 of 3)

15:00 to 15:30 · Tuesday 18

Break

Coffee/Tea

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecture session

Argumentation

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Argumentative strategies in cross-cultural comparison

Diogo Henrique Alves da Silva


Lecture session:
Argumentation
(Chair: Thierry Herman)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Pathfinders and gatekeepers: pragma-dialectical game in pursuit of understanding nature

Maria Tarantino


Lecture session:
Argumentation
(Chair: Thierry Herman)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Presupposition and appeal to authority

Thierry Herman


Lecture session:
Argumentation
(Chair: Thierry Herman)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecture session

Gesture

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Gestures of the Abstract: Do speakers use space consistently and contrastively when gesturing about abstract concepts?

Fey Parrill & Kashmiri Stec


Lecture session:
Gesture
(Chair: Rui Sakaida)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Cross-linguistic differences in gesture use: Italians produce more pragmatic, Swedes more referential gestures

Maria Graziano & Marianne Gullberg


Lecture session:
Gesture
(Chair: Rui Sakaida)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Interactional Ground: Synchronous walking during conversation

Rui Sakaida & Mayumi Bono


Lecture session:
Gesture
(Chair: Rui Sakaida)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Face

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Compliments and compliment responses: HUJI students in interaction.

Roni Danziger


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Ling Zhou)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

A Face-based Approach to Pretending to Communicate in Chinese

Ling Zhou & Shaojie Zhang


Lecture session:
Face
(Chair: Ling Zhou)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel

The interpreter' s role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (2 of 2)

Leona Van Vaerenbergh , Sofie Van de Geuchte , Yvan Leanza & Betty Goguikian

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Healthcare Interpreting Quality 2014-2015 Corpus: a corpus-based quality evaluation study

Eugenia Dal Fovo


Panel:
The interpreter's role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Building a triadic therapeutic alliance in interpreter-mediated mental health consultations : temporal patterns of verbal and nonverbal communication

Betty Goguikian


Panel:
The interpreter's role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Panel contribution

Ethics and good practice in interpreting multimodal communication in healthcare

Leona Van Vaerenbergh


Panel:
The interpreter's role in healthcare conversations: A multimodal analysis of a multimodal reality (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel

Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (2 of 2)

Katsutaka Shiraishi & Kazuyo Murata

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Native and nonnative Japanese speakers' collaborative practice toward constructive autonomous discussion

Kanae Nakamura


Panel:
Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Panel contribution

Multi-layered educational programmes to foster multi-stakeholder discussion

Katsutaka Shiraishi & Kazuyo Murata


Panel:
Exploring effective ways of group discussions for constructing a democratic society (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (2 of 3)

Rebecca Clift & Elizabeth Holt

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

'You Know'' as an Adjunct to Self-Repair

Steven Clayman & Chase Raymond


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Accounting for disaffiliation in initial interactions amongst British and Australian speakers of English

Natalie Flint , Michael Haugh & Andrew John Merrison


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Free indirect reported speech in interaction

Elizabeth Holt


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (2 of 3)

Leelo Keevallik & Yael Maschler

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Constructing causal relations in German talk-in-interaction

Nadine Proske & Arnulf Deppermann


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

From complex clausal structure to discourse marker – the case of Hebrew ''azov (lit. 'let go' )

Hilla Polak


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

From existential to conversational solicitation: The emergence of haiyou还有 'additional-existence/what-is-more' as a linking device in Mandarin conversation

Hongyin Tao


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (2 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Pragmatics and Constructions (4 of 4)

Rita Finkbeiner

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Constructing indexical categorization

Caterina Mauri , Ilaria Fiorentini & Eugenio Goria


Panel:
Pragmatics and Constructions (4 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel

Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (1 of 2)

Miki Hanazaki

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

Causality in discourse: crosslinguistic patterns

Erika Bellingham , Sang-Hee Park, Juergen Bohnemeyer, Anastasia Stepanova, Kazuhiro Kawachi


Panel:
Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

When do prepositions give rise to causal inferences

Claudia Roch


Panel:
Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

English Lexical Items that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect and the Mechanism for the Interlocutors to Understand Such Implicature: Applying Theory to Practice in TESL / TESOL in Japan

Miki Hanazaki & Kazuo Hanazaki


Panel:
Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel

Language regulation in professional contexts

Riikka Nissi & Anna Solin

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Reaching out to everyone – language use and regulation in multicultural and multilingual churches in Germany

Cornelia Bock


Panel:
Language regulation in professional contexts

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Language regulation in the research writing practices of a multinational research group in the field of computer science

Niina Hynninen


Panel:
Language regulation in professional contexts

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

Linguistic governmentality and emerging speakers' subjectivities: from reproduction to resistance

Luisa Martín Rojo


Panel:
Language regulation in professional contexts

Slot: 4 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2A)

Panel contribution

In pursuit of change: Interactional awareness and interprofessional negotiation in organizational training

Riikka Nissi


Panel:
Language regulation in professional contexts

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (1 of 2)

Melissa Moyer & Gema Rubio

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

First impressions are lasting impressions: Small talk as an index of identity within elite job interviews

Jacqueline (Jackie) Militello


Panel:
Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

English in Job Recruiting: An Added Value?

Gema Rubio Carbonero , Ann Klimava & Melissa Moyer


Panel:
Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Linguistic Immobility on a Global Job Market – Postcolonial Language Ideologies in the Tourism Industry of Belize

Britta Schneider


Panel:
Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel

Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (4 of 4)

Cornelia Ilie

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Doing being good listeners, experts, and peers: Participants' positioning work in Q&A sessions

Elizabeth Reddington , Ignasi Clemente, Hansun Zhang Waring & Di Yu


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (4 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Pragmaticalization of fictive questions to focus constructions in Catalan Sign Language

Esther Pascual & Maria Josep Jarque


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (4 of 4)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Bar 1)

Panel contribution

Can rhetorical questions have matched polarity? Evidence from classical Chinese

Mingjian Xiang & Esther Pascual


Panel:
Questioning-answering practices across contexts and cultures (4 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (1 of 2)

Cynthia Lee & Angela Chan

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

A comparative study of questioning in Q&A sessions in academic presentations by professionals and students

Angela Chan


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Advanced L2 Chinese learners' relational work in peer tutoring

Xinren Chen , Jia Qiu & Mengxin Li


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

What are Students' Thinking?: The Case of Email Requests to Faculty

Yuan-shan Chen


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Pragmatic rules as an enhancement of students' intercultural competence: A study based on a functional analysis of overlaps in task-based dialogues

Junko Kosaki & Lala Takeda


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (1 of 2)

Minna Nevala & Ursula Lutzky

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

The Prince and the Sassenach: Construing group homogeneity through labels (and anachronisms) in Late Modern times and beyond

Marina Dossena


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Muy Ylustres Señores: Address and reference in 18th century Spanish Louisiana business letters

Jeremy King


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Conventions and Tensions: the pragmatics of gender, power and epistolary practice in sixteenth-century English

Imogen Marcus & Melanie Evans


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (1 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

“I am informed by my wife that bacon is now four shillings per pound”: Possessive kinship references in the British Parliament 1803-2005

Jukka Tyrkkö


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (1 of 2)

Yuko Higashiizumi , Noriko O. Onodera & Reijirou Shibasaki

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers in Modern Japanese: The case of nimokakawarazu 'even though'

Yuko Higashiizumi


Panel:
Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

From Concession to Topic Shift: The Case of Having Said That

Hiroshi Ohashi


Panel:
Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

A historical pragmatic study of the German discourse marker Weißt du was? 'You know what?' in sermons, dramas, novels, and movies

Megumi Sato


Panel:
Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecture session

Real world' processing

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

The clam and skin flute: An EEG and eye-tracking study of emotional language processing of genitalia terms

Alexandra Peak , Patricia Cukor-Avila & Darrin Miller


Lecture session:
Real world' processing
(Chair: Roberto Sileo)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

When the 'real world' isn' t: Discourse effects in local pragmatic anomalies

Stanley Donahoo


Lecture session:
Real world' processing
(Chair: Roberto Sileo)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Bar 2)

Lecturer

Truth-value judgments and racial and ethnic language: An illusionary trap and a radical contextualist way out.

Roberto B. Sileo


Lecture session:
Real world' processing
(Chair: Roberto Sileo)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

Conflict, public sphere and mediated experience: perspectives on proximization

Monika Kopytowska & Piotr Cap

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Near and far, in and out: What DST is all about

Paul Chilton


Panel:
Conflict, public sphere and mediated experience: perspectives on proximization

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

In time, on-site and on alert: Media Proximization Approach and conflict

Monika Kopytowska & Łukasz Grabowski


Panel:
Conflict, public sphere and mediated experience: perspectives on proximization

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

The New Face of Hate Speech: Mechanisms and social effects of the discourse of hatred

Vittorina Cecchetto , Magda Stroinska & Grażyna Drzazga


Panel:
Conflict, public sphere and mediated experience: perspectives on proximization

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Exploring identities through humor (1 of 2)

Larissa Timofeeva-Timofeev & Leonor Ruiz-Gurillo

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Humor, butterflies, and other bugs: 12-year-olds expressing their identitiesin written humorous stories

Larissa Timofeeva-Timofeev


Panel:
Exploring identities through humor (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Humour in the world of students/Students in the world of humour

Lovorka Zergollern-Miletic


Panel:
Exploring identities through humor (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Feminine identity in Eva Hache's humorous monologues

Leonor Ruiz-Gurillo


Panel:
Exploring identities through humor (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (4 of 5)

Daniel Silva

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Using a Novel Triad for Analyzing Public Relations Discourse: Kuwait PR Police A Case Study

Hussain Al-sharoufi , Talal Al Mutairi & Ali Dashti


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (4 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Texts and ideologies in basic health care in Brazil

Izabel Magalhães


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (4 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Interdependency in Human-Robot Collaboration

Inger Mey


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (4 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel

Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (4 of 4)

Siobhan Chapman & Billy Clark

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

'Have You Read Helen Oyeyemi?' The Resolution of Metonymy Clashes at the Semantics-Pragmatics Interface in Her Book of Short Stories

Javier G. Monzón


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (4 of 4)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Panel contribution

How 'lazy' reading sometimes makes sense: exploring responses to Eimear McBride' s ''''''''A Girl Is A Half-formed Thing''''''''

Billy Clark


Panel:
Pragmatic Approaches to Literary Analysis (4 of 4)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (1 of 2)

Catrin S. Rhys , B. Benwell, A. Irwin & K. Stapleton

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Temporal formulations in Complaints to the NHS

Catrin S. Rhys , Carol Stitt-Ritchie & Bethan Benwell


Panel:
Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Epistemics and reality construction in telephone-mediated dispute resolution.

David Edmonds & Ann Weatherall


Panel:
Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Complaints about non-present third parties in performance appraisal interviews

Esa Lehtinen , Birte Asmuss, Helen Melander, Piia Mikkola, Johanna Ruusuvuori& Erica Sandlund


Panel:
Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (1 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Touching-the-body in interaction (1 of 2)

Luca Greco

Slot: 1 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Touching for greeting in conversations among friends

Véronique Traverso , Anna Claudia Ticca & Biagio Ursi


Panel:
Touching-the-body in interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

The physical examination of amputees : manipulating and touching the patient' s body

Renata Galatolo


Panel:
Touching-the-body in interaction (1 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 15:30 to 17:00 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Self-touching practices as corrective actions in hair salons: The client' s head as a locus for displaying expertise

Anne-Sylvie Horlacher


Panel:
Touching-the-body in interaction (1 of 2)

17:00 to 17:15 · Tuesday 18

Break

Short break

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel

The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (3 of 3)

Rebecca Clift & Elizabeth Holt

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

“So let' s get the doors open and have some fun!”: investigating rapport management in work place briefings from a conversation analytic perspective

Helen Attwood & Andrew John Merrison


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

“¿Todo bien?”: Conversational Structure and Rapport in Closing Sequences at Spanish Hotels

Lucía Fernández-Amaya & María de la O Hernández López


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Panel contribution

Of necessity or not - Implicature and preference organization in students' negotiation of obligation in L2 classroom interaction

Leila Kääntä


Panel:
The Pragmatics-Conversation Analysis Interface (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel

The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (3 of 3)

Leelo Keevallik & Yael Maschler

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Emergent clause-combining in French talk-in-interaction: the [main clause + relative clause] pattern

Simone Girard-Groeber & Ioana Stoenica


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

The emergence of syntactically non-integrated 'that' -clauses in Finland-Swedish conversations

Camilla Wide


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1B)

Panel contribution

Syntactically unintegrated post-positioned she- ( 'that/which/who' ) clauses in casual spoken Hebrew talk

Yael Maschler


Panel:
The Emergent Grammar of Complex Clausal Structures in Interaction (3 of 3)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel

Nationalism, Courtship, Elitism, and Enemy Language: Linguistic Ideologies in the Japanese TV Show "Massan"

Satoko Suzuki

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Learning an “Enemy Language” as the Heritage Language: Politicization of Language and Family in a Japanese TV Show “Massan”

Neriko Doerr


Panel:
Nationalism, Courtship, Elitism, and Enemy Language: Linguistic Ideologies in the Japanese TV Show "Massan"

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Teach me about liberalism: Construction of a social elite through English in the Japanese TV drama, Massan

Rika Ito


Panel:
Nationalism, Courtship, Elitism, and Enemy Language: Linguistic Ideologies in the Japanese TV Show "Massan"

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Panel contribution

Linguistic nationalism and feminine language normativity: How language ideologies affect the representation of Ellie Kameyama' s speech

Satoko Suzuki


Panel:
Nationalism, Courtship, Elitism, and Enemy Language: Linguistic Ideologies in the Japanese TV Show "Massan"

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel

Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (2 of 2)

Miki Hanazaki

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

A Comparison of the Perspectives of English and Japanese Speakers: A Case Study on English and Japanese Causative Expressions

Takafumi Fujiwara


Panel:
Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 1D)

Panel contribution

A Contrastive Analysis of Sports Broadcasting Discourse in English and Japanese

Naohiro Tatara


Panel:
Linguistic Expressions and Devices that Yield the Implicature of Cause and Effect (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel

Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (2 of 2)

Melissa Moyer & Gema Rubio

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Regimentation of intercultural communication skills and the training tourism workers in the Himalayas

Bal Krishna Sharma


Panel:
Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

1st floor (Hall 2B)

Panel contribution

Language use at a hospital ward – an ecological perspective on professional language proficiency

Inkeri Lehtimaja , Salla Kurhila, Johanna Komppa & Lari Kotilainen


Panel:
Multilingualism, Mobility, and Work (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel

The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (2 of 2)

Cynthia Lee & Angela Chan

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

The Interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education

Cynthia Lee


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

The (re)negotiation of identity categories through language choice and codeswitching practices in L2 classrooms

Ricardo Moutinho


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 1)

Panel contribution

Examining the spoken texts in L2 listening texts using a conversation analytic approach

Santoi Wagner , Elvis Wagner & Yen-Fen Liao


Panel:
The interfaces between Pragmatics and Language Education (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel

Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (2 of 2)

Minna Nevala & Ursula Lutzky

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

The self of caregivers and patients: co-responsibilisation in Q&A-pages concerning diabetes

Barbara De Cock


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

A corpus linguistic analysis of reference and identity in online reader comments

Andrew Kehoe & Matt Gee


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

Tough masculinity through the ages: A comparative analysis of the term 'hard man' in two British newspapers

Robert Lawson


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (2 of 2)

Slot: 4 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 2)

Panel contribution

From 'unitary state' to 'confederation' – debating terms of reference for the EU on a Wikipedia Talk Page

Ursula Lutzky & Susanne Kopf


Panel:
Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel

Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (2 of 2)

Yuko Higashiizumi , Noriko O. Onodera & Reijirou Shibasaki

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Uniqueness of Japanese Right Periphery: Required Concluding Form and Pragmatic Elaboration

Noriko Onodera


Panel:
Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Regularity outside argument structure: sequential ordering in final position

Narita Mitsuko Izutsu & Katsunobu Izutsu


Panel:
Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (2 of 2)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

2nd floor (Boardroom 3)

Panel contribution

Clause combining and integration at right periphery of utterance: …, is what I' m saying in American English

Reijirou Shibasaki


Panel:
Sequentiality and Constructionalization of Discourse-Pragmatic Markers (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel

The Trump Factor: Analyzing the Communicative Practices of Donald Trump Across Broadcast Settings

Kristella Montiegel & Tanya Romaniuk

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

The best answer is no answer: On Donald Trump ignoring questions in news interviews

Benjamin McLean


Panel:
The Trump Factor: Analyzing the Communicative Practices of Donald Trump Across Broadcast Settings

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Who' s asking, anyway? Role-switching in a hybrid political interview

Charlie Sheese


Panel:
The Trump Factor: Analyzing the Communicative Practices of Donald Trump Across Broadcast Settings

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1a)

Panel contribution

Challenging journalistic conduct in the political campaign debate

Kristella Montiegel


Panel:
The Trump Factor: Analyzing the Communicative Practices of Donald Trump Across Broadcast Settings

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel

Exploring identities through humor (2 of 2)

Larissa Timofeeva-Timofeev & Leonor Ruiz-Gurillo

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

Humour and user' s identity. The case of memes on the Internet

Francisco Yus Ramos


Panel:
Exploring identities through humor (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 1b)

Panel contribution

The construction and/or reinforcement of a local identity through humour: The case of Cádiz Carnival

Manuel Padilla Cruz


Panel:
Exploring identities through humor (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel

On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (5 of 5)

Daniel Silva

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Subject, Language and Trauma: the case of homeless people

Maria José R.F. Coracini


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (5 of 5)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

For minor pragmativcs: Tensions among language, body and politicvs

Dina Maria Martins Ferreira , Jony Kellson de Castro Silva & Tiberio Caminha


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (5 of 5)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2a)

Panel contribution

Transdisciplinary language practices and the initial education of languyage teachers

Silvana Prado & Djane Antonucci Correa


Panel:
On language users and their relations with others: Debating notions of the subject and intentions in pragmatics (5 of 5)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Lecture session

News and politics

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Lecturer

Representing other languages in British news discourse: exoticism, authenticity and ideological positioning

Martin Gill


Lecture session:
News and politics
(Chair: Mia Schreiber)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Lecturer

Impoliteness and globalisation on twitter

Dimitra Vladimirou & Juliane House


Lecture session:
News and politics
(Chair: Mia Schreiber)

Slot: 3 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 2b)

Lecturer

Intentional work: the scope of journalistic interpretation of political speech acts

Mia Schreiber & Zohar Kampf


Lecture session:
News and politics
(Chair: Mia Schreiber)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel

Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (2 of 2)

Catrin S. Rhys , B. Benwell, A. Irwin & K. Stapleton

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

The role of affiliation in responses to complaints to the NHS

Bethan Benwell & Catrin Rhys


Panel:
Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3a)

Panel contribution

Tracing discourse, power, and identity in NHS complaints

Karyn Stapleton & Anthea Irwin


Panel:
Complaints in Institutional Settings: Accountability, Affect and Identity (2 of 2)

Slot: 0 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel

Touching-the-body in interaction (2 of 2)

Luca Greco

Slot: 1 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Imagining a new gendered body : touching the face in drag king workshops

Luca Greco


Panel:
Touching-the-body in interaction (2 of 2)

Slot: 2 · 17:15 to 18:45 · Tuesday 18

3rd floor (Meeting room 3b)

Panel contribution

Policing the body: The politics of touch in police encounters with the public

Brandon Mells


Panel:
Touching-the-body in interaction (2 of 2)

08:00 to 08:30 · Wednesday 19

Registration

Registration

Slot: 1 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Wednesday 19

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Plenary speaker

When conversation starts

Elizabeth Stokoe

Slot: 2 · 08:30 to 10:00 · Wednesday 19

1st floor (Hall 1A)

Plenary speaker

Turn Allocation, Addressee Selection, and Gaze

Peter Auer

10:00 to 10:30 · Wednesday 19

Break

Coffee/Tea

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecture session

Reference and anaphora

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

“Cognitive frames and anaphoric reference in Spanish conversations and narratives: Minimization and pragmatic inference”

Sarah Blackwell


Lecture session:
Reference and anaphora
(Chair: Leon Shor)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

Two Types of Pragmatic Heuristics and Anaphoric Expressions

Koichi Nishida


Lecture session:
Reference and anaphora
(Chair: Leon Shor)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Arc)

Lecturer

When a single mention is not enough: Expanded referent introduction in spoken Israeli Hebrew

Leon Shor


Lecture session:
Reference and anaphora
(Chair: Leon Shor)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecture session

Implicit vs. explicit

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Are imperatives really “prototypical” commands?

Hidemitsu Takahashi


Lecture session:
Implicit vs. explicit
(Chair: Mei-Ya Liang)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Pragmatic Comprehension and Translation of Cross Cultural Texts

Ali R. Fatihi


Lecture session:
Implicit vs. explicit
(Chair: Mei-Ya Liang)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Lagan)

Lecturer

Transformative directives in intercultural communication: Embodied spatial interactions as multimodal practices

Mei-Ya Liang


Lecture session:
Implicit vs. explicit
(Chair: Mei-Ya Liang)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecture session

Domain-specific 'literacy'

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

WhatsApp Got to Do with It? The Impact of Dutch Youths' Social Media Use on Written Language in Educational Settings

Lieke Verheijen


Lecture session:
Domain-specific 'literacy'
(Chair: Milada Hirschová)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Stylistic Variation as a Means for Identity Construction in WhatsApp Interactions

Samuel Felder


Lecture session:
Domain-specific 'literacy'
(Chair: Milada Hirschová)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Titanic)

Lecturer

Communication at the interface of two conceptual systems

Milada Hirschová


Lecture session:
Domain-specific 'literacy'
(Chair: Milada Hirschová)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Lecture session

Corpus pragmatics

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Lecturer

Textual factualization: The phenomenology of assertive reformulation and presupposition during a speech event

Vittorio Tantucci


Lecture session:
Corpus pragmatics
(Chair: Alena Kolyaseva)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Lecturer

Čto bylo, to bylo. A corpus study of relative clause tautologies in Russian*

Elena Vilinbakhova


Lecture session:
Corpus pragmatics
(Chair: Alena Kolyaseva)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Blackstaff)

Lecturer

The prepositional and particle uses of Russian tipa and po tipu: comparison, exemplification, hedge, quotative, filler

Alena Kolyaseva & Kristin Davidse


Lecture session:
Corpus pragmatics
(Chair: Alena Kolyaseva)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Lecture session

Language acquisition

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Lecturer

The development of young children's explanations of discrepancy in ironic comments

Natalia Banasik & Barbara Bokus


Lecture session:
Language acquisition
(Chair: Yuh-Fang Chang)

Slot: 2 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Lecturer

Expression of refusals in child Cantonese

Cheung-shing Sam Leung & Lornita Wong


Lecture session:
Language acquisition
(Chair: Yuh-Fang Chang)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

Mezzanine (Pirrie)

Lecturer

The developmental patterns of pragmatic competence: Comparison between American and Chinese children

Yuh-Fang Chang


Lecture session:
Language acquisition
(Chair: Yuh-Fang Chang)

Slot: 0 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Lecture session

Interactional identity

Slot: 1 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Lecturer

Advice seeking,advice giving in a multicultural/multilingual context:governmentality as activity and art.

Jenny Cook-Gumperz


Lecture session:
Interactional identity
(Chair: Keith Allan)

Slot: 3 · 10:30 to 12:00 · Wednesday 19

1st floor (Hall 1C)

Lecturer

'Old people'', ''oldies'', ''seniors'', ''older people'', and ''the elderly'': what language reveals about stereotypes of ageing in Australia

Reka Benczes , Keith Allan, Kate Burridge & Farzad Sharifian


Lecture session:
Interactional identity
(Chair: Keith Allan)