UTA Working Papers in Linguistics 3 (2010)
UTA Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 3, was published in 2010 by the Department of Linguistics & TESOL at The University of Texas at Arlington.
Editors: Vitaly Voinov, Lynnelle Rhinier, Amanda Linerode, Deborah King
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Interactional Entanglements: A Frame Analysis of Negotiated Identities in Ethnographic Research on the Language Classroom (Linguistics & TESOL, 2010-11-17)This study examines interactional entanglements that occurred during ethnographer-participant interactions in a language classroom. It draws upon Goffman's notion of framing to analyze how research participants use deixis ...
We Shall Be Watching You, You're Going to Die, and Other Threats: A Corpus-Based Speech Act Approach (Linguistics & TESOL, 2010-11-17)Using a speech act approach, this paper examines the similarities and differences between English-language threats made by terrorists and those made by non-terrorists, with a focus on pronoun use and sentence-type. Both ...
(Linguistics & TESOL, 2010-11-17)Is it possible to map pragmatic or discourse-oriented features onto the syntax level? The Korean topic marker -(n)un has a contrastive reading that induces conventional implicature, and is closely associated with a modal ...
(Linguistics & TESOL, 2010-11-16)French linguists have long noted the substitution of the indefinite pronoun on for the 1st person plural pronoun nous, in both formal and informal situations. Studies of informal conversation have found this replacement ...