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Language Use as Interpersonal Action
Language Use as Contextualized Action
Language Use as Coordinated Action
Language Use as Thoughtful Action
CONCLUSION
Speech Acts and Intentions: The Things We Do With Words
JOHN AUSTIN AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEECH ACT THEORY
JOHN SEARLE: SPEECH ACT TAXONOMY AND FELICITY CONDITIONS
SPEECH ACTS AND INTENTIONS
INDIRECT SPEECH ACTS
Inferential Approaches
Grice’s Theory of Conversational Implicature
Idiomatic Approaches
COMPREHENDING INDIRECT SPEECH ACTS: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC EVIDENCE
Particularized versus Generalized Implicatures
Conventionality
POLITENESS AND LANGUAGE PRODUCTION
Goffman, Face, and Face-Work
Brown and Levinson’s Politeness Theory
Brown and Levinson’s Politeness Strategies
Off-Record Politeness
Negative Politeness
Positive Politeness
Interpersonal Determinants of Politeness
EVALUATION OF POLITENESS THEORY
Ordering of Politeness Strategies
Effects of Interpersonal Variables
Status of the Face Concept
POLITENESS AND COMPREHENSION
SOCIAL VARIATION
Language Styles or Registers
Extralinguistic Variables
Content Variables
STYLISTIC VARIATION
Politeness and Impressions
Accommodation Theory
CONVERSATIONAL RULE VIOLATIONS AND IMPRESSIONS
Conversational Structure
CONVERSATION ANALYSIS
ADJACENCY PAIRS
Preference Agreement
Opening and Closing Conversations
Presequences
Adjacency Pairs and Speech Act Theory
TURN TAKING AND REPAIR
Repair
Extended Turns at Talk
CONVERSATIONAL COHERENCE
Labov and Fanschel’s Therapeutic Discourse
Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Conversational Structure
Conversational Perspective Taking
THE NATURE OF PERSPECTIVE TAKING
Common Ground and Mutual Knowledge
EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON PERSPECTIVE TAKING
Do Speakers Attempt to Take the Hearer’s Perspective?
How Good Are People at Taking Another’s Perspective?
CONVERSATIONAL INTERACTION AND COMMON GROUND
Grounding
Collaboration
PERSPECTIVE TAKING, ATTITUDES, AND SPEECH ACTS
Perspective Taking and Speech Act Recognition
EARLY TESTS OF THE WHORF-SAPIR HYPOTHESIS
EARLY TESTS OF THE WHORF-SAPIR HYPOTHESIS 153
Reasoning
Issues and Recent Research
LANGUAGE USE
IMPLICIT CAUSALITY
The Linguistic Category Model
Explanations of Implicit Causality
CONVERSATIONAL PRAGMATICS AND COGNITION
LANGUAGE AS ACTION
Language as Interpersonal Action—Interpersonal Determinants
Language as Interpersonal Action—Interpersonal Consequences
Language as Thoughtful Action
Language as Coordinated Action
LINGUISTIC UNDERPINNINGS OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
Person Perception and Impression Management
Social Reasoning
Attitudes and Prejudice
Aggression, Altruism, and Beyond
SOCIAL BASES OF LANGUAGE USE
References
Author Index
Subject Index
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