Intention, Common Ground and the Egocentric Speaker-Hearer (Mouton Series in Pragmatics [MSP] 4)
By: Jacob Mey (editor), Istvan Kecskes (editor)Mixed Media
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This book presents current research that discusses some of the major issues in pragmatics from new perspectives, and directs attention to aspects of fundamental tenets that have been investigated only to a limited extent. Current pragmatic theories emphasize the importance of intention, cooperation, common ground, mutual knowledge, and relevance in executing communicative acts. However, recent research in cognitive psychology, linguistic pragmatics, and intercultural communication has raised questions that warrant some revision of these major tenets. These developments are addressed in the papers of the volume written by prominent scholars representing several disciplines.
Istvan Kecskes, SUNY, Albany, USA; Jacob Mey, University of Texas, Austin, USA and University of Southern Denmark, Denmark.
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