Contrastive Pragmatics

A Cross-Disciplinary Journal

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Contrastive Pragmatics – A Cross-Disciplinary Journal publishes cutting-edge contrastive research of pragmatic scope. The journal welcomes contributions that compare the use of language forms, realisation of speech acts, forms of interactional behaviour, evaluative tendencies both across and historically within lingua-cultures. It also pursues interest in the contrastive study of patterns of translation and language teaching. The journal provides a much-needed academic platform for corpus-driven and bottom-up research on language use, and for synergies between pragmatics, translation and language teaching. The journal particularly welcomes research on lesser-studied lingua-cultures. It pays special attention to pragmalinguistics and its interfaces with sociopragmatics, corpus linguistics, grammar, language acquisition and other areas. The journal is published by Brill Publishers and academically supported by Dalian University of Foreign Languages.

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Editors:
Karin Aijmer, Unversity of Göteborg, Sweden
Juliane House, University of Hamburg, Germany and Hellenic American University, Athens, Greece
Daniel Kadar, Dalian University of Foreign Languages, China and Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungary
Hong Liu, Dalian University of Foreign Languages, China

Discussion Papers Editor:
Rong Chen, California State University, San Bernardino, United States

Discussion Note Editor:
Themis Kaniklidou, Hellenic American University, Athens, Greece

Book Reviews Editor:
Svenja Kranich, University of Bonn, Germany

Editorial Board
Mohammad Amouzadeh, University of Isfahan, Iran
Anne Barron, University of Lüneburg, Germany
Diana Boxer, University of Florida, United States
Marta Dynel, University of Łódź, Poland
Kerstin Fischer, Southern Denmark University, Denmark
Pilar Garcés-Conejos Blitvich, University of North Carolina, United States
Andrea Golato, Texas State University, United States
Hartmut Haberland, Roskilde University, Denmark
Sandra Halverson, University of Agder, Norway
Michael Haugh, University of Queensland, Australia
Zhu Hua, University of London, UK
Songthama Intachakra, Thammasat University, Thailand
Zohar Kampf, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Jagdish Kaur, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Claire Kramsch, University of Berkeley, California, United States
Fengguang Liu, Dalian University of Foreign Languages, China
Kirsten Malmkjaer, University of Leicester, United Kingdom
Meredith Marra, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Rosina Marquez-Reiter, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Shigeko Okamoto, University of California at Santa Cruz, United States
Vahid Parvaresh, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom
Luis Pérez-González, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Christiane von Stutterheim, Universität Heidelberg, Germany
Naoko Taguchi, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania, US
Dimitra Vladimirou, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Ren Wei, Beihang University, China
Elda Weizman, Bar Ilan University, Israel