of cases from mere display, through what is called highlighting (Wharton Wilson, 2005 to emphasis, allowing for more fine-grained analyses of pragmatic phenomena in similar contexts. Read more, university dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Along the way, it is suggested that intensification is a processing phenomenon and not an effect, while emphasis is also judged not an effect, and is defined instead as highly ostensive showing on the part of a speaker. Within Relevance Theory pragmatics, pragmatic stylistics generally, and in some areas of linguistics proper, stylistic repetition is understudied and under-understood. This thesis (re)assesses a set of phenomena which have been called repetition, for example, reduplication, epizeuxis, and long distance repetition, as well as repetition phenomena which have not yet been given detailed treatments within cognitive pragmatics, pragmatic stylistics or linguistics, such as repeated gradable adjectives. Jackson, RC 2016, The pragmatics of repetition, emphasis and intensification, PhD thesis, Salford. The work is carried out within Relevance Theory pragmatics (Sperber Wilson, 1986/1995) and draws on the showing-saying continuum developed by Wharton (2009). It is noted that many repetitions, particularly epizeuxis, are often called emphatic, or intensifying, or both. A key aim of this work is to combat the conflation surrounding the effects of stylistic repetitions, and to explain how such repetitions are recognised in the first instance as intended to communicate non-propositional effects.
Read more, university dissertation from Stockholm : Department of English, Stockholm University. Abstract : As a part of the process of globalization, an increasing number of higher education institutions are adopting English as the medium of instruction for parts of their education. University dissertation from Lunds universitet, abstract : This dissertation investigates the interaction of information from word order, morphology, lexical semantics, and prosody in the on-line processing of Swedish sentences using Event-Related Potentials. Within most universities in continental Europe, there are English as a lingua franca (ELF) settings where English is spoken by users of a wide spectrum of first languages for various purposes, be it for academic activity or social interaction. Study I examines how the form, meaning, and syntactic position of objects influence their interpretation in Object Shift contexts. Yet, these are all qualitatively distinct. Actions (login required edit record (repository staff only). Think of texts with repeated kisses and emoji, lively conversations with friends who excitedly produce the same utterance again, and adverts and branding campaigns that feature repeated utterances and forms.
Item Type: Thesis - PhD. Keywords: pragmatic stra tegies, apology speech acts, interlanguage pragmatics, politeness, situational. Repetition, emphasis and intensification. Jackson, RC 2016, Th e pragmatics of repetition, emphasis and intensification, PhD thesis, Salford. Swedish University dissertations (essays) about pragmatics.