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Pragmatic Issues in Specialized Communicative Contexts

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Pragmatic Issues in Specialized Communicative Contexts
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Pragmatic Issues in Specialized Communicative Contexts
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Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication Ser.
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v.29
Pragmatic Issues in Specialized Communicative Contexts
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Pragmatic Issues in Specialized Communicative Contexts
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{u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Acknowledgments -- {u200E}Notes on Contributors -- {u200E}Introduction (Gesuato) -- {u200E}Part 1. Handling Multiple Communicative Goals in Interpreting Settings -- {u200E}Chapter 1. A Pragma-Argumentative Approach to Interpreter Training: Switching on the Light in the 'Pragmatic Dark' (Brambilla) -- {u200E}Chapter 2. Meanings and Forms of Intercultural Coordination: The Pragmatics of Interpreter-Mediated Healthcare Communication (Farini) -- {u200E}Chapter 3. The Interpreter's Role in Dialogue Interpreting on Television: A Training Method (Dal Fovo) -- {u200E}Part 2. Interactional Strategies in Scholarly Contexts -- {u200E}Chapter 4. The Pragmatics of Spoken Academic Discourse in the Framework of TED Talks: A Case Study (Compagnone) -- {u200E}Chapter 5. Pedagogical Implications of Evaluation in Academic Domains: Praise and Criticism in Archaeology Book Reviews (Cesiri) -- {u200E}Chapter 6. Academic Email Requests: A Pragmalinguistic and Sociopragmatic Comparison between Faculty and Students (Lam) -- {u200E}Part 3. Functional and Phraseological Patterns in Scripted Conversation -- {u200E}Chapter 7. Teaching Compliments and Insults in the EFL Classroom through Film Clips (Bruti) -- {u200E}Chapter 8. The Cognitive and Sociopragmatic Interfaces of Intercultural Humor: Watching Roberto Benigni's Movies in Japan (Zamborlin) -- {u200E}Part 4. Context-Informed Pedagogy in the Classroom -- {u200E}Chapter 9. Exploring Textual Pragmatic Markers in a Multilingual Classroom Context (Martín-Laguna) -- {u200E}Chapter 10. Small Research Projects about Social and Regional Variation for Advanced University Students of English in Sweden: Their Purpose and Content (Schröter)
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