Open Academic Journals Index
Advanced search
Open Academic Journals Index

Recently Added Issues

Taiwanese Journal of Entomological Studies
INMATEH - Agricultural Engineering
International Journal of Emotional Education

Register Journal

Visitors Counter

This weekThis week
Last WeekLast week
This monthThis month
Last monthLast month
All daysAll days

Contrastive Pragmatics: A Cross-Disciplinary Journal

Number 1, 2022

  • 3-30
    How Do Female and Male Characters Speak in the Japanese Translation of English Crime Novels?
    Authors: Shigeko Okamoto
    Number of views: 11
  • 31-58
    Love as a Term of Address in British English: Micro-diachronic Variation
    Authors: Nicole Baumgarten
    Number of views: 12
  • 59-88
    The Value of Vale: Negotiating the Progressivity of Service in a Market Restaurant
    Authors: Rosina Márquez Reiter, Marina Noelia Cantarutti
    Number of views: 13
  • 89-111
    Description and Quality Assessment of Poetry Translation: Application of a Linguistic Model
    Authors: Yuanyi Ma, BoWang
    Number of views: 11
  • 112-143
    Terms of Address: A Contrastive Investigation of Ongoing Changes in British, American and Indian English and in German
    Authors: Hanna Bruns, Svenja Kranich
    Number of views: 11

Number 2, 2021

  • 137-167
    Interpretive Constructs in Contrast: The Case of Flattery in Hebrew and in Palestinian Arabic
    Authors: Roni Danziger and Zohar Kampf
    Number of views: 27
  • 168-199
    Contrastive Pragmatics in a Diachronic Perspective: Insights from Othello
    Authors: Irma Taavitsainen and Matylda Włodarczyk
    Number of views: 28
  • 200-226
    Comparison between Chinese and Japanese Social Media Requests
    Authors: Wei Ren and Saeko Fukushima
    Number of views: 30
  • 227-257
    Turn-Taking and Disagreement: A Comparison of American English and Mandarin Chinese
    Authors: Weihua Zhu and Diana Boxer
    Number of views: 30

Number 1, 2021

  • 1-23
    Contrastive Pragmatics and Second Language (L2) Pragmatics: Approaches to Assessing L2 Speech Act Production
    Authors: Naoko Taguchi and Shuai Li
    Number of views: 28
  • 24-51
    Pragmatics of Understanding: Centrality of the Local: Cases from Japanese Discourse and Alzheimer’s Interaction
    Authors: Yoshiko Matsumoto
    Number of views: 30
  • 52-80
    ‘We Want Fork but No Pork’: (Im)Politeness in Humour by Asian Users of English as a Lingua Franca and Australian English Speakers
    Authors: Ian Walkinshaw and Andy Kirkpatrick
    Number of views: 28
  • 81-105
    A Contrastive Approach to the Types of Hedging Strategies Used in Norwegian and English Informal Spoken Conversations
    Authors: Stine Hulleberg Johansen
    Number of views: 29
  • 106-132
    Verbal Projection of Comparable Translations of a Detective Story
    Authors: Yan Wang
    Number of views: 30

Number 2, 2020

  • 143-179
    Generic Structure and Rhetorical Relations of Online Book Reviews in English, Japanese and Chinese
    Authors: Sonya Chik and Maite Taboada
    Number of views: 30
  • 180-209
    An Interlanguage Study of Request Perspective: Evidence from German, Greek, Polish and Russian Learners of English
    Authors: Eva Ogiermann and Spyridoula Bella
    Number of views: 35
  • 210-241
    On a Cross-Cultural Memescape: Switzerland through Nation Memes from within and from the Outside
    Authors: Marta Dynel and Thomas C. Messerli
    Number of views: 29
  • 242-269
    End-of-Dinner Food Offering: A Three-Way Contrastive Study
    Authors: Rong Chen and Chunmei Hu
    Number of views: 26

Number 1, 2020

  • 1-27
    Contesting the Culture Order: Contrastive Pragmatics in Action
    Authors: Janet Holmes, Bernadette Vine, and Meredith Marra
    Number of views: 30
  • 28-57
    Contrastive Pragmatics and Corpora
    Authors: Karin Aijmer
    Number of views: 30
  • 58-81
    “I hope you can let this go”/ “Ich hoffe, Sie können das fallen lassen”—Focus on the Perlocutionary in Contrastive Pragmatics
    Authors: Claire Kramsch
    Number of views: 27
  • 82-107
    Experimental Contrastive Pragmatics Using Robots
    Authors: Kerstin Fischer and Alicja Depka Prondzinska
    Number of views: 30
  • 108-135
    In the Case of Theme: Topic Identifiers in English and Norwegian Academic Texts
    Authors: Hilde Hasselgård
    Number of views: 27

© 2013-2022, Open Academic Journals Index. All rights reserved.
Privacy PolicyTerms and ConditionsContact Us