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Pragmatics and Speech Acts Bibliography

This extensive bibliography is focused primarily on the research literature and is organized into two main sections: general topics within pragmatics, and specific speech acts and other areas of focus. Many of the entries include annotations.

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General Topics Speech Act / Area of Focus

Empirical Studies
Non-Empirical Studies
Advice / Refusal of Advice
Apologies
Blame
Complaints
Compliments / Responses
Condolences
Congratulations
Conversational Implicature
Curses
Directives
Disagreement
Formulaic Sequences
Greetings (Openings & Closings)
Humor
Invitations and Response
Irony
Nonverbal Responses
Persuasion
Politeness
Pragmatic Failure
Promises
Refusals
Reprimands and Response
Requests
Suggestions
Thanks / Gratitude

Discourse Completion Tasks
General
Natural Data
Notebook Data
Oral Data
Recall Methodology
Role-Plays
Self-Assessment

Study Abroad Pragmatic Acquisition

Assessment of Pragmatics
Empirical Studies
Non-Empirical Studies
Teacher & Materials Development
Subjectivity in Pragmatics
Identity in Pragmatic Performance

Rejections
Requests
Suggestions
Other



Credits

This Pragmatics and Speech Acts Bibliography was originally created by Andrew D. Cohen with funding support from the Language Resource Center grant (2002-2006). A revised version of the bibliography was developed (2009-2011) by Susan Salazar-Kleiner under the supervision of Andrew D. Cohen The bibliography was again updated in summer 2013 by Paul Robinson.

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