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(Boxer & Pickering, 1995)

Reprinted from ELT Journal, 49 (1), Boxer, D. & Pickering L. (1995). Problems in the presentation of speech acts in ELT materials: the case of complaints, p. 44-58, by permission of Oxford University Press.

(Chen, 1993)

Reprinted from Journal of Pragmatics, 20, Chen, Responding to compliments: A contrastive study of politeness strategies between American English and Chinese speakers, pp. 49-75, Copyright (1993), with permission of Elsevier.

(Herbert, 1990)

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Reproduced with the permission of Cambridge University Press. Reproduction of this material, beyond single copying by an authorized individual for personal use, must first receive the written consent of Cambridge University Press.

(Herbert & Straight, 1989)

Reprinted from Language and Communication, 9 (1), Herbert et al, Compliment-rejection versus compliment-avoidance: Listener-based versus speaker-based pragmatic strategies, p. 43, Copyright (1989), with permission of Elsevier.

(Holmes, 1988)

Reprinted from Journal of Pragmatics, 12, Holmes, Paying compliments: A sex-preferential politeness strategy, p. 450, 454-455, Copyright (1988), with permission of Elsevier.

(Knapp, Hopper, & Bell, 1984)

Reprinted from Journal of Communication, 34 (4), Knapp, M. L. et al. (1984). Compliments: A Descriptive Taxonomy, p. 12-31, by permission of Oxford University Press.

(Nelson, El-Bakary, & Al-Batal, 1993)

Reprinted from International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 17, Nelson et al, Egyptian and American compliments: A cross-cultural study, p. 300, 307-309, Copyright (1993), with permission of Elsevier.

(Nelson, Al-batal, & Echols, 1996)

Reprinted from Applied Linguistics, 17(4), Nelson et al. (1996). Arabic and English compliment responses: Potential for pragmatic failure, p. 411-432, by permission of Oxford University Press.


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