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2017, ISBN 9781107116061, ix, 148 pages
"Politeness plays a vital role in maintaining class differences. In this highly original account, Sara Mills analyzes the interrelationship between class and... 
Middle class | English language | Conversation analysis | Language | Speech and social status | Speech acts (Linguistics) | Politeness (Linguistics) | Social aspects | Great Britain | Social classes | Language and culture
Book
2016, ISBN 113734038X, ix, 177
"Directness may often be considered rude in English, but in other languages it signals closeness and honesty. Equally, indirectness can be judged to be polite... 
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies | English language | Usage | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Sociolinguistics | Pragmatics | Politeness (Linguistics) | Sociolinguistics
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2011, ISBN 1107007062, cm.
We use politeness every day when interacting with other people. Yet politeness is an impressively complex linguistic process, and studying it can tell us a lot... 
Politeness (Linguistics) | Language & Linguistics | Courtesy
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2006, 2nd ed., ISBN 0415399483, xxiii, 320
This second edition of Miriam Meyerhoff's highly successful textbook is supported by the Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader and online resources common to both... 
Sociolinguistics | Sociolinguistique | Language & Linguistics | Communication Studies | Linguistics | Language and languages | Multilingualism | Language varieties | Theoretical linguistics | Social classes | Language arts | Politeness | National identity | Dialects | Language variation | Code switching | Language contact | Communication
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2014, Oxford studies in sociolinguistics, ISBN 0195341384, xvi, 343
This readable book presents a new general theoretical understanding of politeness. It offers an account of a wide range of politeness phenomena in English,... 
Honorific | Grammar, Comparative and general | Politeness (Linguistics) | Pragmatics | Language & Linguistics | semantics | Speech acts | English | Sociopragmatic | Pragmalinguistic | Politeness
Book
2011, Studies in interactional sociolinguistics, ISBN 0521689775, Volume 28, xiv, 292
When is language considered 'impolite'? Is impolite language only used for anti-social purposes? Can impolite language be creative? What is the difference... 
Interpersonal relations | Honorific | English language | Power (Social sciences) | Politeness (Linguistics)
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Journal of politeness research, ISSN 1612-5681, 2005
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2012, ISBN 1137030623, x, 164
This book examines the importance of politeness in pragmatic expression and communication, making a significant contribution to the debate over whether the... 
Politeness (Linguistics) | Social aspects | Second language acquisition | Language & Linguistics | Pragmatics/Speech | Sociolinguistics | Applied Linguistics | Semantics | Linguistics | Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning | Linguistics/Sociolinguistics | Communication | Applied linguistics
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2015, ISBN 9781137381033, xv, 234
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2013, ISBN 9781137009876, 228
This book synthesizes previous work on thanking, politeness and Japanese pragmatics and crystallises the theoretical underpinnings of thanking, how it is... 
Politeness (Linguistics) | Language & Linguistics | Linguistics | Asian Literature, Language and Linguistics | Linguistics/Pragmatics | Linguistics/Sociolinguistics | Semantics and Pragmatics | Pragmatics | Gratitude
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2005, ISBN 9780295985497, xviii, 148
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2003, KEY TOPICS IN SOCIOLINGUISTICS., ISBN 0521794064, 320
During the fifteen years prior to the first publication of this book in 2003, existing models of linguistic politeness generated a huge amount of empirical... 
Sociolinguistics | Forms of address | Etiquette
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2013, ISBN 9781107626942, xiii, 295 pages
Politeness is key to all of our relationships and plays a fundamental part in the way we communicate with each other and the way we define ourselves. It is not... 
Interpersonal relations | Honorific | Sociolinguistics | Grammar, Comparative and general | Politeness (Linguistics)
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