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This program went into print on 4 July 2000. It is not identical to the provisional program distributed in April/May, though changes have been kept to a minimum. For any later changes, please pay attention to the signposts in the conference building.

In the following program, all contributions are numerically coded:
- the first digit refers to the day (1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday, etc.)
- the second digit refers to the time slot (1 and 2 always being in the morning, 3, 4 and 5 in the afternoon)
- the third digit (for all non-plenary events) refers to the room number (1 to 12)
- the fourth digit (for all oral non-plenary presentations) refers to the sequence within a 90-minute time slot.

SUNDAY, 9 JULY 2000
15:00-20:00 Conference registration in Building K of the Technical University (1111 Muegyetem rakpart, opposite the Gellert Hotel, facing the Danube); this is the building where all the meetings will be held.

MONDAY, 10 JULY 2000
8:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:15 Conference opening
10:15-11:00 PLENARY
1-1 Maya Hickmann, Cognition and language in child development: Old questions, new directions
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 PLENARIES
1-2-1 Csaba Pléh, Language processing and modularity
1-2-2 Ray Gibbs, Inferring what speakers say and what they mean
13:00-15:00 Lunch break
15:00-16:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS


1-3-01 SPECIAL EVENT PANEL: Susan GAL (Chicago), Contexts and communities: Honoring JOHN GUMPERZ (Part 1) (Discussant: Peter Auer)
1-3-01-1 Hubert Knoblauch, Contextualization and communicative genres
1-3-01-2 Zita Réger, Aspects of teasing in traditional Romani-speaking Gypsy communities
1-3-01-3 Sarah Michaels & Richard Sohmer, Contextualization cuing and the acquisition of a new discourse
1-3-02 PANEL: Vincent GIROUL (Louvain), Anne Catherine SIMON (Louvain) & Michel WAUTHION (Louvain), Langage, langues et identités collectives
1-3-02-1 Marcel Burger, Identités collectives et cognitions: Un extrait d'entretien culturel
1-3-02-2 Vincent Giroul, Coopération, consensus et identité dans les premiers moments d'une rencontre
1-3-02-3 Anne Catherine Simon, Buts illocutoires, buts conversationnels et identités des locuteurs
1-3-02-4 Bernd Finger, Language choice in cross-border communication between France and Germany
1-3-02-5 Michel Wauthion, Nouvelles consciences linguistiques d'un pays émergent: Colinguisme, bilinguisme et triglossie à Vanuatu
1-3-03 PANEL: István KECSKÉS (Albany), Developing discourse style in L2 (Part 1)
1-3-03-1 Jean-Marc Dewaele, Interpreting the maxim of quantity: Interindividual and situational variation in discourse styles of NNS
1-3-03-2 Tomoko Kaneko, Apology strategies of Japanese English speakers
1-3-03-3 Istvan Kecskés, Discourse style development and conceptual fluency in L2
1-3-04 PANEL: Marcel M.H. BAX (Groningen) & Andreas JUCKER (Giessen), Historical perspectives on indirect language use (Part 1)
1-3-04-1 Leslie K. Arnovick, Reconstructing the oral pragmatics of penance in Medieval England
1-3-04-2 Marcel M.H. Bax, Rites of rivalry: Ritual interaction as a primeval mode of indirect communication
1-3-04-3 Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky, Deictic anchoring in Early Modern English court trials
1-3-05 PANEL: Elisabeth AHLSÉN (Göteborg) & Jacqueline STARK (Vienna), Clinical applications of pragmatics (Part 1)
1-3-05-1 Elisabeth Ahlsén, The role of nonverbal information in dialogues involving persons with aphasia
1-3-05-2 Ann-Christin Månsson, The relation between gestures and semantic processes
1-3-05-3 Minna Laakso, Self-initiated repair as a clinical measure
1-3-06 PANEL: Richard EPSTEIN (Camden, NJ) & Ritva LAURY (Fresno), Definiteness, discourse, and cognition (Part 1)
1-3-06-1 Richard Epstein, The meaning of definite articles in cross-linguistic perspective
1-3-06-2 Ritva Laury, The reflexive dynamics of definiteness
1-3-06-3 Barbara Abbott, Definiteness and identification in English
1-3-07 PANEL: Jan NUYTS (Antwerp), Where functional and cognitive grammar models meet (Part 1)
1-3-07-1 Michel Achard, Cognitive and functional models of language: A difference in focus of investigation
1-3-07-2 Colette Grinevald, On classifiers: Functional and cognitive approaches
1-3-07-3 Suzanne Kemmer, Where functional and cognitive meet: Information structure, topicality, and the form of NPs
1-3-08 PANEL: Gábor TOLCSVAI NAGY (Helsinki), Anaphora in discourse (Part 1) (Discussant: Csaba Pléh)
1-3-08-1 Simon Garrod, Anaphora resolution as a two-component process
1-3-08-2 Mary Carroll & Jorge Murcia-Serra, Information organization and anaphoric form: The role of perspective taking
1-3-08-3 Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy, Perspective as a factor in 3rd person singular pronomminal anaphora resolution in Hungarian
1-3-08-4 Alexander Gelbukh, Grigori Sidorov & Igor. A. Bolshakov, Role of lexical meaning in resolution of hidden anaphora for demonstrative pronouns
1-3-09 PANEL: Robert VION (Aix-en-Provence), Planification linguistique: Aspects énonciatifs et discursifs (Part 1)
1-3-09-1 Roxane Bertrand, Analyse fonctionnelle et prosodique des marqueurs 'tu vois/tu sais' en français
1-3-09-2 Capucine Bremond, La portée co-énonciative de 'bon': Son rôle dans la planification de 'l'objet discursif'
1-3-09-3 Catherine Chanet, Emplois métadiscursifs de 'connecteurs' et représentations de la planification discursive
1-3-10 PANEL: Tuija VIRTANEN (Vaxjo), The pragmatics of computer-mediated communication (Part 1)
1-3-10-1 Tuija Virtanen, Discourse-pragmatic functions of capital letters in computer-mediated communication
1-3-10-2 Ibolya Maricic, Cyberpoliteness: Requesting strategies on the Linguist List
1-3-10-3 Sherri Condon & Claude Cech, Taalk about talk in face-to-face and computer-mediated interaction
1-3-10-4 David Graddol & Joanne Traynor, CMC practices in a police control room
1-3-11 PANEL: Johannes WAGNER (Odense), From communicative competence to membership (Part 1)
1-3-11-1 Catherine Brouwer & Johannes Wagner, The development of interactional fluency: A matter of membership
1-3-11-2 Rod Gardner, Membership resources in native-nonnative speakers conversations
1-3-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Gábor Alberti)
1-3-12-1 Gertraud Benke, Situations in context: A proposal for analysing situational dependence in reasoning in problem-oriented conversations
1-3-12-2 Robbert-Jan Beun, On the generation of coherent dialogue
1-3-12-3 Britt Erman, Cognitive processes in connection with pauses in the light of ACT* theory
16:30-17:30 POSTER PERIOD (& coffee break)
(Posters are up all day in the entrance hall of building K [ordered on the basis of the numbering below], where also the registration area and the book exhibit are to be found and where the coffee breaks are held; during the poster period, authors are available for discussion near their posters.)
1-4-01 Jaromira Rakusan, The category of gender: In grammar, in nature, and in metaphor
1-4-02 Kyoko Inoue, Pragmatic studies must be grounded in cultural and social history of speakers: Case studies in Japanese discourse and honorifics
1-4-03 Jane Jackson, West meets East: Documenting the experiences of NETs (Native English Teachers) in Hong Kong
1-4-04 Susanne Kjærbeck, Business people talk cultural identity: A study of focus groups
1-4-05 Joan A. Argenter, Code switching in verbal practices among Catalan Jewish communities in medieval times
1-4-06 Kyu-hyun Kim, Organization of post-positional phrasal units in Korean other-initiated repair sequences: Implications for referential practice and management of intersubjectivity
1-4-07 Kyung-Hee Suh & Jong-Hwa Hong, An interactional account of Korean demonstratives: From spatial deixis to speaker-stance deixis
1-4-08 Mayumi Usami, 'Discourse politeness' in Japanese conversation: Some implications for a universal theory of politeness
1-4-09 Olena Goroshko, 'Emotion - association' and their links with Russian verbal mentality
1-4-10 Krzysztof Korzyk, 'Future': Towards a pragmatically oriented linguistic model of cognitive category
1-4-11 Roberta Lorenzetti & Marina Mizzau, 'Hills like white elephants': An empirical investigation of inference production in literary text comprehension
1-4-12 Cajsa Ottesjö, 'I alla fall' as a mean to resume (re-introduce) a topic
1-4-13 Kathleen Doty & Risto Hiltunen, 'I will speak...': Confessional patterns in the Salem Witch trials, 1692
1-4-14 Anna-Brita Stenström, 'It's so fucking cool': London teenage boys'construction of masculinity
1-4-15 Tony Beld, 'Mais': Discourse marker?
1-4-16 Hanne-Pernille Stax, Ehh partly agree- Categorisation in standardised interviews: On respondent's orientations towards pre-coded response categories
1-4-17 Renée Blake, Maryam Bakht-Rofheart, Stefan Benus, Sabrina Cooper, Meredith Josey & Erika Solyom, I have three words for you...: 'Whatever' as a discourse marker
1-4-18 Tatyana Yakhontova, Intergenres: The textual evidence of social change
1-4-19 Zuraidah Mohd Don, (Re)imaging women: The construction of self identity through discourse
1-4-20 Paola Corradini, Cristina Cacciari & Silvana Contento, ``Speedbird 996, cleared to 20`` Linguisic routines and ambiguity in air navigation communications
1-4-21 José Albentosa, Cristina Alonso, Laura Hidalgo, Juana Marin-Arrese, Silvia Molina, Jesús Moya, JoAnne Neff & Roger Thompson, A contrastive study of evidentiality in argumentative writing in English and Spanish
1-4-22 Teresa M. Meehan & Vera John-Steiner, A discourse study of collaborative memory
1-4-23 Alexandre Bouchev & Marina Agkatseva, A few remarks on the necessity of applying pragmalinguistic and semantic methods to psychotherapeutic texts: The conception of psychotherapeutic rhetoric
1-4-24 Rhona Retief, A learner-centred language classroom in South Africa: Strategies for enhancing metalinguistic awareness and cognition
1-4-25 Kaoru Ohta, A pragmatic account of syntactic phenomena: The interaction of presupposition and focus in (wh-)questions in Japanese
1-4-26 Ghanshyam Sharma, A pragmatic framework for expressing commands through imperatives in Hindi
1-4-27 Chikako Suzuki, A pragmatic function of Japanese utterance-final 'kedo'
1-4-28 Frederick Kangethe Iraki, A pragmatic reading of temporal morphemes in Swahili: The case of '-li' and '-me'
1-4-29 Mateusz Luczak, A relevance-theoretic analysis of the use-mention ambiguity
1-4-30 Keiko Abe, A relevance-theoretic approach to whimperatives
1-4-31 Tatyana Yanko, A speech act planning: Towards the notion of a communicative strategy
1-4-32 Susan E. Frekko, Affilation in a radio call-in show: A contextual explanation for Catalan/Castilian codeswitching
1-4-33 M. H. Verspoor, An alternate model for complementation research
1-4-34 Sabina Halupka & Biljana Radic, Animal names used in addressing people in Serbian
1-4-35 Shaojie Zhang, Are arbitrariness and intentionality twins or not? - Towards the complementarity of the cose model of communication and the inferential models of pragmatics
1-4-36 Anke van Haastrecht, Better than God, a fantastic story -- New reproductive technologies: Comparing the different discourses in the public debate
1-4-37 Liliana Minaya-Rowe & Ana Maria Olezza, Bilinguals' development of basic and extended instructional conversations
1-4-38 Elena Borissova & Ekaterina Ivanova, Border markers of minimal dialogue unities
1-4-39 Anna Filipi, CA: A mirror to the development of cognition in young children
1-4-40 Daniela Veronesi, Chairing intercultural communication: Codeswitching as strategic resource
1-4-41 Melanie Mikes, Code-switching in early childhood
1-4-42 Victoria Escandell-Vidal & Manuel Leonetti, Coercion and the semantic/pragmatic interface
1-4-43 Marie J. Myers, Cognitive and cultural perspectives in communication
1-4-44 Ming-Ming Pu, Cognitive and pragmatic aspects of ellipsis
1-4-45 Lubov Tsurikova, Cognitive aspects of pragmatic transfers in cross-cultural communication
1-4-46 Vera Zabotkina, Cognitive constraints on lexical choices in discourse
1-4-47 Richard W. Janney, Cognitive withdrawal in linguistic space: Icons of avoidance in the Simpson testimony transcripts
1-4-48 Angela Downing, Coherence, action sequences and topicality in negotiating a macro speech act
1-4-49 Monica Cantero, Combining forms in Spanish: A case study of morphological and pragmatic inference
1-4-50 Martina Björklund, Communicative fragments and the interpretation of discourse
1-4-51 Kenneth J. Weiss, Helen R. Abadiano & Catherine Kurkjian, Computer-based text analysis: Bridging the gap between qualitative and quantitative discourse analysis
1-4-52 María Valentina Noblia, Comunidad y lenguaje en la net. Un enfoque discursivo
1-4-53 Erich A. Berendt, Conceptualization patterns of 'ideas/kangae' in English and Japanese
1-4-54 Dexy M. Galué, Conectores y expletivos en el español conversacional: Un análisis pragmático
1-4-55 Alicia Eugenia Carrizo, Conflicto conversacional y argumentación
1-4-56 Toru Yamashita, Contrastive analysis of metaphors in English and Japanese News reports - A corpus-based analysis of genre-specific metarphors
1-4-57 Seyda Özcaliskan, Contrastive effect of narrative perspective vs. typological constraints in encoding manner of motion
1-4-58 Chungmin Lee, Contrastive predicates and inverse scalar implicatures: Cross-linguistic evidence
1-4-59 Arnulf Deppermann, Conversation analytic semantics
1-4-60 Alice Spitz, Conversational analysis of dramatic dialogue: Issues of domineeringness and dominance in all-female dyads in plays
1-4-61 Oscar Bladas Marti, Conversational routines in colloquial Catalan
1-4-62 Nicolina Montessori, Critical discourse analysis: Ups and downs in the dialogue between President Zedillo and Subcomandate Marcos (Mexico)
1-4-63 Judith Booth, Critiqueing 'cultural fit' in the Australian workplace: A case study of Indian information technologists interviewed for the Y2K project
1-4-64 Marie Hádková, Czech in the Vietnamese community
1-4-65 Susan Kay Donaldson, Decision making and conflict resolution in a pair of all-male and all-female department meetings
1-4-66 Ming-chung Yu, Degree of approximation, acculturation, and the acquisition of L2 speech act behavior
1-4-67 Alexa Hepburn, Derrida & discursive psychology: Exploring the construction of gender in talk about school bullying
1-4-68 Richard A. Sprott, Development of mental space semantics and grammar in narratives
1-4-69 Shonna L. Trinch, Disappearing discourse: The negotiation of identity in domestic violence narratives
1-4-70 Montserrat Ribas, Discours parlementaire et cognition sociale (La représentation de l''immigration' qui émerge des questions d'une Comission d'Etude Parlementaire)
1-4-71 John Flowerdew, Discourse and political change in post-colonial Hong Kong
1-4-72 William C. Mann & Sandra A. Thompson, Toward a theory of reading between the lines: An exploration in discourse structure and implicit communication
1-4-73 Mauro Adenzato, Understanding deception: Four levels of complexity
1-4-74 Manfred Kienpointner, Universals of cognition: Metaphors of love and hate
1-4-75 Joanne Cavallaro, Up, down and sideways: Functions of indirectness
1-4-76 Karin Sode-Woodhead, Us vs. them - me vs. you: Linguistic identity construction in workplace meetings
1-4-77 Hans-Jörg Schmid, Using abstract nouns as presupposition triggers
1-4-78 Stefania Biscetti, A contrastive morphopragmatic study of Italian and English diminutives in technical terminology
1-5-01 SPECIAL EVENT PANEL: Susan GAL (Chicago), Contexts and communities: Honoring JOHN GUMPERZ (Part 2) (Discussant: Ben Rampton)
1-5-01-1 Monica Heller, How inequality happens: Gumperz and the sociolinguistics of social justice
1-5-01-2 Patrick Eisenlohr, 'Multiculturalism' and language communities in Mauritius
1-5-01-3 Marco Jacquemet, Beyond the speech community
1-5-01-4 John Gumperz, Reflections
1-5-02 PANEL: Karol JANICKI (Bergen), Incomprehensible language
1-5-02-1 Guy Cook, Beyond obfuscation: Some social and psychological benefits of incomprehensible language
1-5-02-2 Eva Martha Eckkrammer, Text-intelligibility from a diachronic perspective: A case study on the pragmmatics of medical language for the layman
1-5-02-3 Rolf Wynn, Incomprehensible language in psychiatric doctor-patient interactions
1-5-03 PANEL: István KECSKÉS (Albany), Developing discourse style in L2 (Part 2) (Discussant: Virginia LoCastro)
1-5-03-1 Jesus Romero Trillo, Pragmatic fossilization in L2: A functional approach
1-5-03-2 Karin Aijmer, Modality as the marker of discourse style in L2
1-5-03-3 Chi-Fen Chen, Interlanguage requesting behavior in E-mail: A study of Taiwanese students' English written requests to U.S. professors
1-5-03-4 Cornelia Gerhardt, Written English by native speakers of German
1-5-04 PANEL: Marcel M.H. BAX (Groningen) & Andreas JUCKER (Giessen), Historical perspectives on indirect language use (Part 2)
1-5-04-1 Daniel E. Collins, Directive indirectness: On the contextualization of indirect command strategies in medieval Russia
1-5-04-2 Britt-Louise Gunnarsson, Non-verbal representation in scientific articles
1-5-04-3 Gisle Andersen, From presumption to recognition: The development of innit as a marker of common ground
1-5-05 PANEL: Elisabeth AHLSÉN (Göteborg) & Jacqueline STARK (Vienna), Clinical applications of pragmatics (Part 2)
1-5-05-1 Jacqueline Ann Stark, Formalizing the assessment of pragmatic abilities - A first approach
1-5-05-2 Ing-Marie Tallberg, Different patterns of confabulation in FTD and AD
1-5-06 PANEL: Richard EPSTEIN (Camden, NJ) & Ritva LAURY (Fresno), Definiteness, discourse, and cognition (Part 2)
1-5-06-1 Manuel Leonetti, Asymmetries between the definite article and demonstratives: A procedural account
1-5-06-2 Päivi Juvonen, Is there a definite article in spoken Finnish?
1-5-06-3 Renate Pajusalu, Definite and indefinite determiners in Estonian
1-5-07 PANEL: Jan NUYTS (Antwerp), Where functional and cognitive grammar models meet (Part 2)
1-5-07-1 J. Lachlan Mackenzie, FG and CG: Towards a synergy
1-5-07-2 Michael Fortescue, A Whiteheadian perspective on the relationship between language as social norm and language as psychological reality
1-5-07-3 Andrej A. Kibrik, Cognitive discourse analysis: Some results
1-5-08 PANEL: Gábor TOLCSVAI NAGY (Helsinki), Anaphora in discourse (Part 2)
1-5-08-1 Silvia Bruti, Anaphora and paraphrase in English argumentative discourse
1-5-08-2 Susan Kresin, A definite article in the making? The case of Czech 'ten'
1-5-08-3 Svetlana Toldova, Discourse episodic structure and means of maintaining reference
1-5-08-4 Malvina Nissim, Lexicon and context in interpreting underspecified relations
1-5-09 PANEL: Robert VION (Aix-en-Provence), Planification linguistique: Aspects énonciatifs et discursifs (Part 2)
1-5-09-1 Claire Maury-Rouan, Apporter du nouveau dans le dialogue: Enjeux et moyens du contrôle méta-discursif
1-5-09-2 Béatrice Priego-Valverde, Contrôle métadiscursif dans l'interaction: Modulations et rapports de places
1-5-09-3 Laurent Rouveyrol, Planning and structuration strategies in British panel-debates: The example of 'Question-Time'
1-5-09-4 Robert Vion, Les activiités de recadrage dans le déroulement discursif
1-5-10 PANEL: Tuija VIRTANEN (Vaxjo), The pragmatics of computer-mediated communication (Part 2) (Discussant: Alexandra Georgakopoulou)
1-5-10-1 Susan Herring, Norms of computer-mediated conversation: Whither relevance?
1-5-10-2 Yuan Shi, The pragmatics of code-switching in synchronous computer-mediated communication
1-5-10-3 Brenda Danet, 'Feeling spiffy': The changing language of public email
1-5-11 PANEL: Johannes WAGNER (Odense), From communicative competence to membership (Part 2)
1-5-11-1 Jyrki Kalliokoski, Collaborative turn completion as joint action in native-nonnative conversation
1-5-11-2 Junko Mori, What do you think of our land, food, and language? Construction of identities in initial encounters between Japanese and American college students
1-5-11-3 Anne-Marie Barraja-Rohan, Nonnativeness: Multiple memberships and inferences
1-5-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Malgorzata Suszczynska)
1-5-12-1 Andreas Jucker, Simone Müller & Sara W. Smith, 'This artist guy': The cognitive basis of reference assignment strategies in conversations
1-5-12-2 Per Linell, Arguing in conversation as a case of distributed cognition: Discussing biotechnology in focus groups
TUESDAY, 11 JULY 2000
8:30 Registration desk opens
9:30-11:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
2-1-01 PANEL: Yueguo GU (Beijing), Changing modes of discourse in a changing world
2-1-01-1 Yueguo Gu, Monetarizing the divine: The re-emerging fortune-telling discourse in China
2-1-01-2 Doreen Dongying Wu, Accessibility in Hong Kong news discourse structuring
2-1-01-3 Patrick Ng & Helen Spencer-Oatey, Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese evaluative judgements of compliment responses: Are differences emerging?
2-1-01-4 Xiaping Pan & Ron Scollon, Reading multimodal, muticoded texts: The problem of meaning in a contemporary hybrid system - shop and other signs in Hong Kong
2-1-02 PANEL: Josie BERNICOT (Poitiers) & Susan ERVIN-TRIPP (Berkeley), Developmental pragmatics: Part 1: Non-literal language in children (Discussant: Susan Ervin-Tripp)
2-1-02-1 Josie Bernicot & Virginie Laval, Requests, promises and idiomatic forms in French-speaking children: The role of text and context
2-1-02-2 Nancy Budwig, Luke Moissinac & Melissa Smith, How literal is desire talk in two-year-olds' interactions with their caregivers?: A comparative analysis of German & American dyads
2-1-02-3 Aylin C. Küntay, Indirect requests and direct challenges in Turkish preschool language
2-1-02-4 Maria Rosa Solé, Indirect and direct requests in early and middle childhood: A study with Spanish-speaking children
2-1-03 PANEL: Tunde PAPP (Albany) & Aneta PAVLENKO (Philadelphia), Language transfer
2-1-03-1 Vivian Cook, Is transfer the right word?
2-1-03-2 Aneta Pavlenko & Scott Jarvis, Conceptual transfer: New perspectives on the study of cross-linguistic influence
2-1-03-3 István Kecskés & Tunde Papp, Language transfer in multilinguals
2-1-03-4 Terrence Odlin, Relativism, affect, and language transfer
2-1-04 PANEL: Patricia O'CONNOR (Georgetown) & Yuling PAN (Hong Kong), Identity formation and social change (Part 1)
2-1-04-1 Cecilia Castillo Ayometzi, English is us: Language as identity for English only activists in Arizona
2-1-04-2 Valerie Fridland, Talking Southern
2-1-04-3 Sigrid Norris, The literate design in the German cities of Munich and Cologne at the verge of the new millennium: A change from regional to European identity?
2-1-05 PANEL: Paul ten HAVE (Amsterdam), Cognition-in-action: Ethnomethodology (Part 1)
2-1-05-1 Wes Sharrock, The new mystery: Consciousness
2-1-05-2 Dusan Bjelic, Mass media, war, and the natural order of translating practices
2-1-05-3 Douglas Macbeth, Repair vs. correction in classroom discourse
2-1-06 PANEL: Helena CALSAMIGLIA (Barcelona), Scientific knowledge in public communication: Discourse strategies
2-1-06-1 Elisabeth Gülich, Conversational techniques used in transferring knowledge between medical 'experts' and 'non-experts'
2-1-06-2 Guiomar Elena Ciapuscio, The production of science popularization text: Lexical and textual obstacles
2-1-06-3 Sophie Moirand, Dimensions cognitives et dimensions communicatives des discours sur la science dans les médias
2-1-06-4 Helena Calsamiglia & Carmen Lopez Ferrero, Reported speech in the media: Role and position of scientific voices
2-1-07 PANEL: Anna DUSZAK (Warsaw), US and THEM: 'Ingroup' and 'outgroup' meanings in language and communication; a crosscultural view (Part 1)
2-1-07-1 Francesca Bargiela, Inclusive and exclusive identities in multicultural business organisations
2-1-07-2 Nalan Buyukkantarci, Favouritism and the US/THEM distinction in the discourse of football
2-1-07-3 Anna Duszak, Interlingual discourses: Unifying and separatist aspects of English words in Polish press
2-1-07-4 Johannes Helmbrecht, The grammar and function of WE
2-1-08 PANEL: Eric GRILLO (Paris), Mental and social representations of power as discursive constraints (Discussants: Filomena Capucho, Michel Musiol)
2-1-08-1 Eric Grillo, Two dogmas of discourse analysis
2-1-08-2 Guy Achard-Bayle, Discussion as a war, a conceptual metaphor: From semantics to pragmatics
2-1-08-3 Lioudmila Savinitch, Pragmatic goals and communicative strategy in journalistic discourse
2-1-08-4 Christine Sorsana & Michel Musiol, Production of knowledge and expression of power within children's interactions in a pproblem-solving situation
2-1-09 PANEL: Katarzyna JASZCZOLT (Cambridge) & Ken TURNER (Brighton), Conceptual contours at the semantics-pragmatics interface (Part 1) (Discussants: Ken Turner. Beata Gyuris)
2-1-09-1 K.M. Jaszczolt & Ken Turner, Against ambiguity and underspecification: The interface between semantics and pragmatics
2-1-09-2 Paul Dekker, Semantics and pragmatics of indefinite expressions
2-1-09-3 Richard Breheny, Dynamic semantics and pragmatics
2-1-09-4 Petr Sgall, A remark on semantics and pragmatics in natural language (NL)
2-1-10 PANEL: Enikö NÉMETH & Károly BIBOK (Szeged), Pragmatics and the flexibility of word meaning (Part 1) (Discussant: Ferenc Kiefer)
2-1-10-1 Reinhard Blutner & Torgrim Solstad, Dimensional specification: A case study in lexical pragmatics
2-1-10-2 Sharon A. Cote, Lexical conceptual structure and inferable entities in discourse
2-1-10-3 Karoly Bibok & Enikö Németh, Interaction between lexical and contextual information in the interpretation of utterances
2-1-11 PANEL: Igor AGAR (Ljubljana), Argumentation: Cognitive or discursive? (Part 1)
2-1-11-1 Igor Z. Zagar, Argumentation, discourse and cognition
2-1-11-2 Alfredo Maximiliano Lescano, Floating competence: Towards discursive dynamics within Anscombre & Ducrot's Théorie de l'argumentation dans la langue
2-1-11-3 Marion Carel, Normative argumentation and transgressive argumentation
2-1-12 PANEL: Kanavillil RAJAGOPALAN (Campinas), Cognition, identity, and the politics of representation (Part 1)(Discussant: Paul Chilton)
2-1-12-1 Diana ben-Aaron, Imagined communities, or real ones? Perception and reality on national days
2-1-12-2 Inês Signorini, Cognition in communication between schooled/unschooled Brazilian people: The role of hierarchized modes of perception and representation
2-1-12-3 Kanavillil Rajagopalan, Representation of identities and the politics of representation in cognition
2-1-12-4 Sophia Marmaridou, The concept of representation in pragmatic theory
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
2-2-01 PANEL: Li WEI (Newcastle) & Sachiko IDE (Tokyo), Harmony: Culture, cognition and communication in East Asia (Part 1)
2-2-01-1 Sachiko Ide, The creation of social harmony through the use of the indexical and reflexive functions of Japanese honorifics
2-2-01-2 Vincent Tao-hsun Chang, Harmony as advertising: A critical approach to Chinese advertisements
2-2-01-3 Alan Thompson, 'English' culture, 'Asian' cultures, and consensus in the language practices of an East Asian inter-cultural workplace
2-2-02 PANEL: Josie BERNICOT (Poitiers) & Susan ERVIN-TRIPP (Berkeley), Developmental pragmatics: Part 2: Spatial reference in children
2-2-02-1 Cath Beaton, Invasions of space: Zulu children learn English locatives
2-2-02-2 Gabriele Cablitz, The acquisition of an absolute system: Learning to talk about SPACE in Marquesan (Oceanic, French Polynesia)
2-2-02-3 Ildiko Kiraly, Csaba Pléh & Mihaly Racsmany, The system of spatial expressions in the Hungarian language
2-2-02-4 Katharina Rohlfing-Kubetzki, Infants' strategies for understanding spatial relations
2-2-03 PANEL: Ruth WODAK (Vienna), Critical discourse analysis and cognition (Part 1)
2-2-03-1 Teun A. van Dijk, Ideology and social cognition
2-2-03-2 Jay L. Lemke, Of neurons and nation states: Discourse across multiple scales of organization
2-2-03-3 Luisa Martín Rojo, New developments in discourse analysis: The role of reflexivity
2-2-04 PANEL: Patricia O'CONNOR (Georgetown) & Yuling PAN (Hong Kong), Identity formation and social change (Part 2)
2-2-04-1 Patricia O'Connor, Bitches and snitches: Adolescent narratives of substance abuse & recovery
2-2-04-2 Ingrid de Saint-Georges, Sense, sensibility and circumstances: Discourse recontextualization and identity formation in evaluation meetings
2-2-04-3 Suzanne Wong Scollon, Who do you think you are? Identity, cognition and pragmatics in a taijiquan group
2-2-05 PANEL: Paul ten HAVE (Amsterdam), Cognition-in-action: Ethnomethodology (Part 2)
2-2-05-1 Graham Button, Practical cognition
2-2-05-2 Maurice Nevile, Talk, thought and task in the airline cockpit
2-2-05-3 Paul ten Have, Membership categorization, sequencing, and inference: Working towards 'the anchor point'
2-2-06 PANEL: Frank BRISARD (Antwerp)Grounding
2-2-06-1 Frank Brisard, The English present
2-2-06-2 Theo Janssen, Grounding principles of pronominals, demonstratives and tenses
2-2-06-3 Tanja Mortelmans, Modal grounding in German interrogatives
2-2-06-4 Walter De Mulder, Accessibility vs. presence: Demonstrative determiners and definite articles, and grounding
2-2-07 PANEL: Anna DUSZAK (Warsaw), US and THEM: 'Ingroup' and 'outgroup' meanings in language and communication; a crosscultural view (Part 2)
2-2-07-1 Krisadawan Hongladarom, Discursive constructions of ethnic identities in Thailand: An interplay of stereotyping and genres
2-2-07-2 Nkonko Kamwangamalu, Code-switching, code-crossing, and identity construction in a society in transition - South Africa
2-2-07-3 Michiya Kawai, Japanese hyper-polite constructions conveying solidarity/alienation
2-2-07-4 Soichi Kozai, An integrated account of viewpoint and in/out-group membership for Japanese
2-2-08 PANEL: Anita FETZER (Stuttgart) & Christiane MEIERKORD (Erfurt), Rethinking sequentiality: Conversational interaction meets mental represenattion (Part 1)
2-2-08-1 Kristin Bührig, Interactive coherence in discussions and everyday story telling: Considerations upon the role of auf jeden Fall und jedenfalls
2-2-08-2 Marina Sbisà, Cognition and narrativity in speech act sequences
2-2-08-3 Sara W. Smith & Andreas Jucker, Discourse markers as turns: Evidence for the role of interactional sequence
2-2-08-4 Thomas Spranz-Fogasy, Argumentative sequencing and its interactional variation
2-2-09 PANEL: Katarzyna JASZCZOLT (Cambridge) & Ken TURNER (Brighton), Conceptual contours at the semantics-pragmatics interface (Part 2) (Discussants: Bruce Fraser, Richard Breheny)
2-2-09-1 Hye-Kyung Lee, Towards a new typology of connectives - with special reference to conjunction in English and Korean
2-2-09-2 Michiko Takeuchi, REBA/TARA: Explicature and procedural meaning
2-2-09-3 Tomoko Matsui, On maintaining the procedural - conceptual distinction: The case of DAKARA
2-2-09-4 François Nemo, Using words: Morphemes, utterances and cognition
2-2-10 PANEL: Enikö NÉMETH & Károly BIBOK (Szeged), Pragmatics and the flexibility of word meaning (Part 2) (Discussant: Ferenc Kiefer)
2-2-10-1 Yoshiko Matsumoto, Extending frame semantics: Flexibility of complex noun phrase constructions in Japanese
2-2-10-2 Thorstein Fretheim, In defence of monosemy
2-2-10-3 Ildikó Vaskó, The communicative role encoded by majd
2-2-11 PANEL: Igor AGAR (Ljubljana), Argumentation: Cognitive or discursive? (Part 2)
2-2-11-1 Fred J. Kauffeld, Argumentation, discourse, and the rationality underlying Grice's analysis of utterance-meaning
2-2-11-2 Jean Goodwin, The noncooperative pragmatics of arguing
2-2-11-3 Vadim Goloubev, American print media persuasion dialogue: An argumentation recipient's perspective
2-2-12 PANEL: Kanavillil RAJAGOPALAN (Campinas), Cognition, identity, and the politics of representation (Part 2)(Discussant: Norman Fairclough)
2-2-12-1 Karen Adams, Representations of 'politician' as woman
2-2-12-2 P. Bhaskaran Nayar, It's a fair cop, Officer: Sense of humour and pragmatic representations
2-2-12-3 Cristina Magro, Politics, ideology and emotioning in theories of language and cognition
2-2-12-4 Christina Lykou, The representation of the European Union in the Greek press
13:00-15:00 Lunch break
15:00-16:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS
2-3-01 PANEL: Li WEI (Newcastle) & Sachiko IDE (Tokyo), Harmony: Culture, cognition and communication in East Asia (Part 2)
2-3-01-1 Zhu Hua & Li Wei, A modest concession! An ethnosemantic analysis of the Chinese keyword 'rang'
2-3-01-2 Makiko Takekuro, Consideration towards harmony in Japanese: Pragmatic modality on television debate programs
2-3-01-3 Hiroko Takanashi, Stance differential in parallelism: Dialogic syntax of argumentation in Japanese
2-3-02 PANEL: Michèle GUIDETTI (Poitiers) & John D. BONVILLIAN (Charlottesville, Virginia), Gestures and pragmatics: Roots and development (Discussant: M. Corballis)
2-3-02-1 John D. Bonvillian, Language emergence: Gestures, signs, and children's hand preferences
2-3-02-2 Michèle Guidetti, Forms and functions of conventional gestures in young French children
2-3-02-3 Elena Pizzuto, Olga Capirci, Maria Cristina Caselli, Jana M. Iverson & Virginia Volterra, Children's transition to two-word speech: Content, structure and functions of gestural and vocal productions
2-3-02-4 Patricia Zukow-Goldring, Saying and doing: Caregiver gestures cultivate the lexical development of Latino and Euro-American infants
2-3-03 PANEL: Ruth WODAK (Vienna), Critical discourse analysis and cognition (Part 2)
2-3-03-1 Norman Fairclough, Language, consciousness and social practice
2-3-03-2 Ruth Wodak, Stories about the past: Individual and collective construction of memorien about the Second World War and the role of the 'Wehrmacht'
2-3-03-3 Ron Scollon, Intellectual property as corporate cognition: The discursive production of the corporation as person
2-3-04 PANEL: Jan ten THIJE (Chemnitz), De-stereotyping intercultural discourse (Part 1)
2-3-04-1 Dennis Day, Talking global, being local
2-3-04-2 Shi-xu & John Wilson, The will to (mis)understand
2-3-04-3 Grit Liebscher & Ricarda Wolf, Success and failure in adapting perspectives: Towards a dynamic model of intercultural discourse
2-3-04-4 Jan ten Thije, Perspectivizing cultural difference: Biographical stories about the famous East German car 'der TRABI'
2-3-05 PANEL: Michael BAMBERG (Worcester, Massachusetts) & Amy KYRATZIS (Santa Barbara), Identity, talk and interaction: The construction of gender in different cultures and different discourses - methodological and theoretical issues (Part 1)
2-3-05-1 Susan Ervin-Tripp & Martin Lampert, Laughter all around: Defining peer relationships through teasing and self-directed joking
2-3-05-2 Yuko Hosaka & Katsuhiro Yamazumi, How boys negotiate and struggle for transforming their identities: Narrative identity research in Japanese popular and children's culture
2-3-05-3 Neill Korobov & Michael Bamberg, Positioning vis-à-vis self and others
2-3-06 PANEL: Robyn CARSTON (London), Cognitive pragmatic accounts of some issues in the philosophy of language (Part 1)
2-3-06-1 George Powell, The referential-attributive distinction - a cognitive account
2-3-06-2 Corinne Iten, Conventional implicature, tone and procedural meaning
2-3-06-3 Timothy Wharton, Expressives: Meaning, use and cognitive status
2-3-07 PANEL: Anna DUSZAK (Warsaw), US and THEM: 'Ingroup' and 'outgroup' meanings in language and communication; a crosscultural view (Part 3)
2-3-07-1 Tayana Kozlova, Australian English wordstock transformations in cognitive perspective
2-3-07-2 Sukriye Ruhi, Complimenting women in Turkish: Defining ingroupness and shaping identities
2-3-07-3 Rajendra Singh, Discourse strategies or strategic discourse?
2-3-07-4 Minglang Zhou & Ping Fu, Us-them distinction in Chinese: Use of spatial deictic verbs in social relations
2-3-08 PANEL: Anita FETZER (Stuttgart) & Christiane MEIERKORD (Erfurt), Rethinking sequentiality: Conversational interaction meets mental represenattion (Part 2)
2-3-08-1 Friederike Kern, Culture, genres and the problem of sequentiality - An attempt to describe local organisation and global structures in talk-in-situation
2-3-08-2 Roy Langer, Talking business on TV: Corporate image disruption by interdiscursivity and discursive scripts
2-3-08-3 Laura Chao-chih Liao, Question-answer adjacency pair in emailing: Taiwanese versus internatioal email penpals
2-3-08-4 Yoshimi Miyake-Loh, Post-'linguistic politeness': A case study of Israeli answers to questions
2-3-09 PANEL: Katarzyna JASZCZOLT (Cambridge) & Ken TURNER (Brighton), Conceptual contours at the semantics-pragmatics interface (Part 3) (Discussants: Petr Sgall, Kasia Jaszczolt)
2-3-09-1 Bruce Fraser, A view of the semantics/pragmatics boundary
2-3-09-2 Beata Gyuris, Semantic and pragmatic strategies in the interpretation of elided constituents: Some evidence from Hungarian
2-3-09-3 Raphael Salkie, Reported speech and pragmatic responsibility
2-3-09-4 Michiel Leezenberg, Intentionality, communication, and power: John Searle on the cognitive construction of social reality
2-3-10 PANEL: Enikö NÉMETH & Károly BIBOK (Szeged), Pragmatics and the flexibility of word meaning (Part 3) (Discussant: Ferenc Kiefer)
2-3-10-1 Péter Pelyvás, The development of the grounding predication: Epistemic modals and cognitive predicates
2-3-10-2 Tvrtko Prcic, Interpreting complex lexemes: The semantics/pragmatics interface revisited
2-3-10-3 Raissa Rozina, Cultural constraints on meaning extension
2-3-10-4 Yael Maschler, A further contribution to cross-language pragmatics: The discourse marker 'ke'ilu' ('like') in Iraeli Hebrew talk-in-interaction
2-3-11 PANEL: Igor AGAR (Ljubljana), Argumentation: Cognitive or discursive? (Part 3)
2-3-11-1 Scott Saft, Arguing in Japanese: Unique cultural style or situated accomplishment
2-3-11-2 Eliza Kitis, Contrastive structures and connectives
2-3-11-3 Eva Delgado Lavín, 'Even', argumentation and relevance
2-3-12 DATA SESSION:
Anita B. Haravon, Loraine K. Obler, Judith E. Harkins & Harry Levitt, Grounding communication with deaf and hard-of-hearing people: Technological advances
16:30-17:30 POSTER PERIOD (& coffee break)
(Posters are up all day in the entrance hall of building K [ordered on the basis of the numbering below], where also the registration area and the book exhibit are to be found and where the coffee breaks are held; during the poster period, authors are available for discussion near their posters.)
2-4-01 Ksenia Kisseleva, Discourse markers 'razumeetsja' and 'po-vidimomu' in Russian scientific texts: Two ways of avoiding responsibility
2-4-02 Marcia Macaulay, Discourse markers in children's narratives
2-4-03 Guido Schnieders, Discursive effects of different knowledge about linguistic pattern structures in telephone complaints
2-4-04 Roberto J. García, Disposición del adolescente ante los roles sociales observados como modelos
2-4-05 Yumiko Hashimoto, Dramatic discourse in contemporary Japanese theatre
2-4-06 Brenda Louw & Nicolene Pieterse, Early joint book-reading: Enhancing cognitive and language development in infants
2-4-07 Song Mei Lee-Wong, Economical principles and coherence management in discourse
2-4-08 Lelia Marañón, El discurso humorístico sociopolítico: Una estética del desengano
2-4-09 María Rosa Caracotche & María Teresa Genisans, El sprendizaje de los lugares sociales a partir de interacciones en el aula
2-4-10 Radmila Popovic, Emotion verbs in English and Serbo-Croat
2-4-11 Partrick Grommes, Establishing coherence in multi-party conversation: An empirical study of OR-team-communication
2-4-12 Anne Grobet, Evaluating topic saliency in dialogues
2-4-13 Francisco Aliaga García, Eduardo de Bustos & Silvia Iglesias, Exclamative utterances: Grammar, pragmatics and cognition
2-4-14 Ma. Luisa de la Garza Chávez, Face saving for saving life: Discourse strategies in the 'corridos' of Northern Mexico
2-4-15 Daphne Ducharme & Roger Bernard, Face to face encounters between second language learners and their teacher: Is there more to contextualization than meets the eye?
2-4-16 Anna Borbély, Factors of language choice and reasons for code-switching: The case of Romanians living in Hungary
2-4-17 Robert M. Harnish, Frege's pragmatic strategy: Complex sentences and implicature
2-4-18 Masahiko Minami & Kaori Shibatani, Frog stories: Second-language learners' narrative development
2-4-19 Gisela Redeker, Gender stereotypes in glossy magazine advertisements
2-4-20 Izabel Magalhães, Gender, representation and interpretation in medical interviews
2-4-21 Jiansheng Guo, Gender, territory, and communicative strategies: Analysis of 5-year-old Mandarin-speaking children's peer interactions in same-sex and mixed-sex groups
2-4-22 Sarah Louise Oates, Generating Multiple discourse markers for pragmatic and semantic relations
2-4-23 Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch, Grammaticalization of politeness through TAM devices: Synchronic perspective
2-4-24 Guillermo Andrés Toledo, Hierarchical iconicity, informative contract and illocutory emphasis in Spanish conversation corpora: A pragmaprosodic study
2-4-25 Anatoliji Dorodnych, How far can one get projecting language on national mentality
2-4-26 Miwako Yanagisawa, How Japanese immigrants can be Christians: Analyzing Christian testimonies by Japanese new firstgeneration in Hawaii
2-4-27 Mirjana Miskovic, How to talk relevantly about irrelevance
2-4-28 Eva Codó i Olsina, Identifying instances of `interculture`: Towards an empirical approach to the analysis of intercultural communication data
2-4-29 Liliana Cabral Bastos, Identity in organizational settings: Mediated and face-to-face interactions
2-4-30 Csilla Bartha, Ideologies of language, linguistic and social differentiation and patterns of language shift: Hungarian immigrant communities in the United States
2-4-31 Salvador Pons Borderia & Scott Schwenter, Implicature and local discourse context: Spanish 'casi'
2-4-32 Morales-López Esperanza, Indexicality and cognitive representation in persuasive discourse; Evidence from political interviews in the Spanish election campaign
2-4-33 Andrea Sansò, The domain of bare event focusing: A new view of passives
2-4-34 Gisèle Chevalier & Richard Hudson, Intentional language in financial economics: The Journal of Finance
2-4-35 Raquel Angela Hidalgo, Interactive dimensions of topic in the use of left-dislocation in spoken Spanish
2-4-36 Keumsil Kim Yoon, Interactive voice-mail communication: Involvement in talk
2-4-37 Izumi Funayama, Intercultural knowledge and competence as interactional collaboration: A pragmatic view of 'It's different from Japan'
2-4-38 Shimako Iwasaki, Interlanguage pragmatics of reactive tokens: A study of Japanese and American listening behavior
2-4-39 Andrei Stoevsky, Is aspect an interpretive category?
2-4-40 Sayoko Yamashita, Is he polite or not? Communication style by Tora-san
2-4-41 Kristina Boréus, Is there dangerous categorization? A study of the discursive treatment of intellectually handicapped people in Sweden in 1932-33, 1970-71, and 1994-95
2-4-42 Kiri Lee, Japanese nominative case-marker ellipsis from perspective of information structure
2-4-43 Rosa Attié Figueira, La propriété réflexive du langage dans le parler de l'enfant: Des aspects pragmatiques et discursifs
2-4-44 Elite Olshtain, Michal Zak & Rabah Halabi, Language choice: A connecting bridge or an obstacle in conflictual discourse
2-4-45 Stavroula Katsiki, Le voeu en tant qu'acte de langage: Étude comparative en français et en grec
2-4-46 Lena Lindström, Les critères d'identification des valeurs illocutoires dérivées d'énoncés de forme interrogative en français, en russe et en suédois
2-4-47 Salih Akin, Les rapports entre discours scientifique et discours politique: Le cas du discours scientifique turc sur la réalité kurde
2-4-48 Alexandr Jarovinskij, Lexical access of Hungarian-Slovakian bilingual schoolchildren
2-4-49 Mohamed Embarki & Christian Guilleminot, Linguistic awareness of monolingual and bilingual subjects: Sociolinguistic and phonological representations of two languages in contact
2-4-50 Lars Fant, Managing social distance in interviews
2-4-51 Christine Anthonissen, Mass communication, visual communication and implied meaning: How to say things without words
2-4-52 Michel Marcoccia, Metacommunicative comments and standards of conduct in internet newsgroups
2-4-53 Natalia Guermanova, Metalinguistic awareness in the shaping of linguistic terminology: 'Literaturny yazyk' vs. 'standard language'
2-4-54 Steven Cushing, Metalinguistic metaconsequences of ethnic bigotry: An aviation example
2-4-55 Kyong-Sook Song, Metaphor and figurative expressions in computer-mediated communication
2-4-56 Cher Leng Lee, Metaphors in speeches of Chinese and Hong Kong leaders on the Hong Kong handover
2-4-57 Richard Waltereit, Modal particles and their functional correlates: A speech-act theoretic approach
2-4-58 Nicky Owtram, Models for the analysis of argumentative prose: Which and why?
2-4-59 Srikant Sarangi, Modes of explanation in genetic counseling discourse
2-4-60 Gabriela Prego-Vazquez, Narrativization as a strategy of legitimation in public discourse
2-4-61 Katalin Dudas & Eszter Beran, New cultural scripts in today's Hungary and their effect on women's perception of motherhood and the institution of family
2-4-62 Dionysis Goutsos, Non-intentional sources of discourse coherence and their implications for a model of communication
2-4-63 Birte Asmuss, On adversative and disjunctive turn initiators
2-4-64 Reiko Itani, On the Japanese sentence-final particle 'NE': Revisited
2-4-65 Milada Hirschová, On the ways of expressing totality/wholeness/entirety
2-4-66 Argiris Archakis & Dimitris Papazachariou, Oral elements in pupils' writings: Evidence from Greek classroom discourse
2-4-67 Claudia M. Wanderley, Out of grammar
2-4-68 Mutsumi Yamamoto, Perception and expression of 'mass' and 'individuals' in English and Japanese journalistic writing
2-4-69 Alan Gross, Perelman's theory of audience
2-4-70 Jonathan Larson, Performing reconciliation: Misfires in commemorating national guilt in the holocaust
2-4-71 Neda Zafaranian-Sharpe, Persian-English codeswitching patterns and their relation to the acculturation process of Iranians living in the USA
2-4-72 Anna Zbierska-Sawala, Polite discourse in the times of smallpox
2-4-73 Mika Kawanari, Politeness and modality: A semantic-pragmatic analysis on Japanese directives
2-4-74 Edward Snajdr, Post-socialist proxemics of nature protection: Public discourse strategies of Slovakia's environmental movement
2-4-75 Jannis Androutsopoulos, What names reveal about the music style: A study of artist name patterns in popular music
2-4-76 Ana M. Kila, What words are necessary to understand graphic messages?
2-4-77 Elena Kalinina, Where formal approaches fail (cognitive operations reflected in grammar)
2-4-78 Andrea Agnes Reményi, Who constructs the norm? Address usage in groups
2-4-79 Kevin McKenzie, Whose Controversy? Whose context?: Discursive psychology and the new racism
2-4-80 Arja Piirainen-Marsh, Whose meanings, what agendas? Interventions and institutional arrangements in broadcast interactions
2-4-81 Els Elffers, The modal use of Dutch 'vast' and 'zeker'
17:30-19:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
2-5-01 PANEL: Li WEI (Newcastle) & Sachiko IDE (Tokyo), Harmony: Culture, cognition and communication in East Asia (Part 3)
2-5-01-1 Sufumi So, Intertextual referencing in Japanese scientific research articles
2-5-01-2 Yuka Shigemitsu, A study of self-referential terms in Japanese conversation: Self-assertion or a humble attitude
2-5-01-3 Chikako Sakurai, Japanese sentence-final particles as interactional modality: A view from language socialization
2-5-01-4 Hiroko Kasuya & Kayoko Uemura, Conversational styles in Japanese father-child dyadic interaction
2-5-02 PANEL: Norine BERENZ (Johannesburg), The pragmatics of sign language
2-5-02-1 Norine Berenz, Grammaticising conversational practice: The role of gaze in third person anaphors in ASL and LSB
2-5-02-2 Nancy Frishberg, Recognizing discourse in sign language testing
2-5-02-3 Ronnie Wilbur, Types of focus in American sign language
2-5-03 PANEL: Ruth WODAK (Vienna), Critical discourse analysis and cognition (Part 3) (Discussant: Theo van Leeuwen)
2-5-03-1 Bessie Dendrinos & Sophia Marmaridou, Re-writing texts, re-constructing social relationships: The case of Greece
2-5-03-2 Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard, Toys as text: Changing theorizations of a gendered discourse
2-5-03-3 Jaap Bos & Loraine Lee, The little games we play: An inquiry into the discursive nature of negotiation processes during games played at work
2-5-03-4 Lesley Jeffries, Constructing the adolescent female body: A critical discourse analysis approach
2-5-04 PANEL: Jan ten THIJE (Chemnitz), De-stereotyping intercultural discourse (Part 2) (Discussant: Jan Blommaert)
2-5-04-1 Jennifer Hartog, 'De-stereotyping' in Turkish-German medical consultations
2-5-04-2 Susanne Scheiter, A Turk will never do you any harm: On the strategic use of stereotyping and de-stereotyping in inter- and intracultural counselling discourses
2-5-04-3 Kazuma Matoba, Dialogue competence for intercultural communication: Perspective-taking in Japanese-German encounters
2-5-04-4 Claudia Bubel, How are you? I'm hot: Problems with small talk in international business settings
2-5-05 PANEL: Michael BAMBERG (Worcester, Massachusetts) & Amy KYRATZIS (Santa Barbara), Identity, talk and interaction: The construction of gender in different cultures and different discourses - methodological and theoretical issues (Part 2)
2-5-05-1 Amy Kyratzis, Language socialization across time and context: The construction of masculinity and femininity in nursery school same-sex friendship groups
2-5-05-2 Axel Schmidt & Arnulf Deppermann, Disrespecting, teasing, gossiping: The constitution of moralities and identities in playful disputes among boys
2-5-05-3 Amy Sheldon, Sharing the same world, telling different stories: Gender differences in the symbolic imagination
2-5-06 PANEL: Robyn CARSTON (London), Cognitive pragmatic accounts of some issues in the philosophy of language (Part 2)
2-5-06-1 Richard Horsey, Deference and the intuitive/reflective distinction
2-5-06-2 Deirdre Wilson & Dan Sperber, Truthfulness and relevance in communication
2-5-06-3 Robyn Carston, Logical form and explicit communication
2-5-07 PANEL: Elin FREDSTED (Sønderborg), Language contact and pragmatics
2-5-07-1 Rosalie Finlayson & Sarah Slabbert, 'Disintegrating the agenda': Strategies of transformation discourse
2-5-07-2 Susan Meredith Burt, Situational factors in the pragmatics of language contact
2-5-07-3 Elin Fredsted, When two languages won't do either
2-5-07-4 Janice L. Jake & Carol Myers-Scotton, When one language just won't do: Le mot juste
2-5-07-5 Ernst Håkon Jahr, The russenorsk preverbal po construction reconsidered: Can pragmatics help decide if po is a TMA particle?
2-5-08 PANEL: Anita FETZER (Stuttgart) & Christiane MEIERKORD (Erfurt), Rethinking sequentiality: Conversational interaction meets mental represenattion (Part 3)
2-5-08-1 Anita Fetzer, Communicative intentions in context
2-5-08-2 David Good & Robert B. Arundale, Dyadic cognition: A psychology of conversation considered as an interactional achievement
2-5-08-3 Marjut Johansson, Discourse representation as a construction by the speaker
2-5-08-4 Christiane Meierkord, Routine sequences in the mind
2-5-09 PANEL: Suwako WATANABE (Portland), Analyzing discourse in speech genres and speech events
2-5-09-1 Noriko Watanabe, Setting up frames for joke narrative
2-5-09-2 Suwako Watanabe, An analysis of discourse in group discussions
2-5-09-3 Patricia Mayes, Grammatical constructions as indicators of how events are to be interpreted.
2-5-09-4 Lindsay Amthor Yotsukura, Negotiating moves: A Bakhtinian analysis of Japanese business discourse
2-5-10 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: József Andor)
2-5-10-1 Margarida Bassols Puig, Cognition, information et télévision
2-5-10-2 Mara Sophia T. Zanotto, Metaphor: A heuristic fiction and a fiction of impersonality
2-5-11 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: László Hunyadi)
2-5-11-1 Mariana Achugar, The construction of social memory in confessional genre
2-5-11-2 Tomoko I. Sakita, Cognitive representations of recalled speech: Manifestations of speaker perspectives in reported dialogues
2-5-11-3 Paula Fatur, Interacting with a frontal lobe patient: What about pragmatics? A case study
2-5-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: István Kenesei)
2-5-12-1 Annalisa Baicchi, Linguistic word order vs. order of attention: A naturalness hypothesis
2-5-12-2 Victoria Escandell-Vidal, Echo questions and attributed representations
2-5-12-3 Alan Cienki & Mark Risjord, Cognitive grammar and speech acts: A debate on possible problems and solutions
WEDNESDAY, 12 JULY 2000
8:30 Registration desk opens
9:00-9:45 PLENARY
3-1 John Lucy, Fashions of speaking: Linguistic relativity in the social sciences
9:45-11:00 IPrA General Assembly
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 PLENARIES
3-2-1 Auli Hakulinen, What can a grammarian learn from conversation analysis?
3-2-2 Wolfgang Dressler & Heinz Stark, Clinical impairments of text pragmatics: Linguistic or cognitive?
THURSDAY, 13 JULY 2000
8:30 Registration desk opens
9:30-11:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
4-1-01 PANEL: Geert JACOBS (Antwerp) & PerAnders FORSTORP (Stockholm), The pragmatics of crisis (Part 1)
4-1-01-1 Per-Anders Forstorp, Vision zero: The elimination of crisis as a discursive accomplishment
4-1-01-2 Dirk de Natris, Organizational change, resistance and interventions
4-1-01-3 Yvonne Waern, Christer Garbis, Björn Johansson & Henrik Artman, Technology solutions and the use of technology in future crisis management systems
4-1-01-4 Brian E. McBride, The rhetoric of media recall: Covering your own expiation
4-1-02 PANEL: Hubert CUYCKENS (Leuven) & László KOMLÓSI (Pécs) Spatial relations:Part 1: Construal
4-1-02-1 Geza Andrassy & Lazlo I. Komlosi, Dimensionality in the use of spatial prepositions and case-endings
4-1-02-2 Angeliki Athanasiadou, The conceptualisation and the construal of the concepts of depth and width in English
4-1-02-3 Anna Ström, The construal of geometrical shapes as linguistically manifested by dimensional adjectives
4-1-02-4 Alexander V. Kravchenko, Russian verbs of spatial orientation stand', sit, lie
4-1-03 PANEL: Harrie MAZELAND (Groningen), Cognition-in-action: Conversation analysis (Part 1)
4-1-03-1 Hanneke Houtkoop-Steenstra, Charles Antaki & Mark Rapley, Assessing cognitions through talk
4-1-03-2 Tony Hak & Kees van der Veer, The interactional construction of cognitive processes in cognitive interviews: A comparison of three techniques
4-1-03-3 Harrie Mazeland, Question/answer-sequences and the interactional organization of knowledge
4-1-04 PANEL: Joan Kelly HALL (Athens, Georgia), Sociocultural, cognitive, and pragmatic dimensions of bilingualism and bilingual development (Part 1)
4-1-04-1 Eudice Bouchereau Bauer & Joan Kelly Hall, Bilingual development in the context of play
4-1-04-2 Mae Lombos Wlazlinski, The sociocultural dimensions of bilingual development: A cross-generational study
4-1-04-3 Diana Boxer, Face to face in Paraguay: Multilingual language use in three domains
4-1-05 PANEL: Igor BOGUSLAVSKY (Moscow), Interaction between lexical meaning and pragmatic inference (Part 1)
4-1-05-1 Irina Levontina, Russian dialogue particles: Pragmatics or semantics?
4-1-05-2 Pieter A.M. Seuren, Lexical meaning and metaphor
4-1-05-3 Olga J. Boguslavskaya, The figure of an observer as a factor in the semantica - pragmatics interaction
4-1-06 PANEL: Geneviève CALBRIS (Paris)_"> & Anne LEFEBVRE (Paris), Geste, langage, et cognition: Espace symbolique (Part 1)
4-1-06-1 Dominique Boutet, Contraintes physiologiques de la gestuelle et espaces de variations des gestes
4-1-06-2 Anne Lefebvre, Geste et connotation autonymique
4-1-06-3 Jacques Montredon, Espace-temps dans une culture aborigène australienne: Une approche à partir de l'expression gestuelle
4-1-06-4 Mika Takahashi, Transferts communicationnels dans des interactions Japonais-Français
4-1-07 PANEL: Jo van den HAUWE (Brussels) & Tom KOOLE (Utrecht), Heterogeneous groups and pupils' participation in educational conversation (Part 1)
4-1-07-1 Elaine W. Vine, My partner: A five-year-old Samoan boy learns how to participate in class through interactions with his English-speaking peers
4-1-07-2 Isabella Paoletti, Pupils' knowledge as a threat to teacher's authority
4-1-07-3 Boris Mets & Jo van den Hauwe, Avoiding linguistic heterogeneity in the classroom
4-1-07-4 Tom Koole, Participation in multi-ethnic math classes
4-1-08 PANEL: Uta QUASTHOFF (Dortmund), Narrative interaction (Part 1)
4-1-08-1 Michael Bamberg, How is narrative order achieved?
4-1-08-2 Rebecca Branner & Helga Kotthoff, Humorous disaster and triumph stories among female adolescents in Germany
4-1-08-3 Eszter Beran & Unoka Zsolt, Construction of self-narrative in psychotherapeutic settings: An analysis of the mutual determination of narrative perspective taken by patient and therapist
4-1-09 PANEL: Cláudia de LEMOS (Campinas), Error as an empirical challenge to cognitivist approaches to language use (Part 1)(Discussant: Sonia Borges)
4-1-09-1 Lourdes Andrade, Clinical interview in speech therapy: A radical asymmetric interaction
4-1-09-2 Lúcia Arantes, Questions on speech therapy and diagnostic clinical interviews
4-1-09-3 Glória Carvalho, Children's errors and the problematic status of recognition of communicative intentions
4-1-09-4 Claudia De Lemos, Errors as an empirical challenge to cognitivist approaches to language use: The case of language acquisition
4-1-10 PANEL: Jan-Ola ÖSTMAN (Helsinki) & Miriam R.L. PETRUCK (Berkeley); Pragmatic aspects of frame semantics and construction grammar: Part 1: Construction grammar and pragmatics (Discussant: Lari Kotilainen)
4-1-10-1 Ad Foolen, The expressive function of language: The case of the 'NP1 is an NP2 of an NP3' construction
4-1-10-2 Mirjam Fried, The grammar of Czech datives of empathy
4-1-10-3 Johanna Kuningas-Autio, Construction grammar and information structure: Kabyle thematisation and focalisation structures in a constructional framework
4-1-10-4 Seiko Fujii, Background knowledge and constructional meanings: Japanese and English concessive conditional clause-linking constructions
4-1-11 PANEL: Klaus-Uwe PANTHER (Hamburg) & Linda THORNBURG (Hamburg), Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing (Part 1)
4-1-11-1 Klaus-Uwe Panther & Linda Thornburg, Metonymies as natural inference schemas: The case of dependent clauses as independent speech acts
4-1-11-2 Francisco J. Ruiz de Mendoza, Metaphor, metonymy, and the implicature-explicature distinction
4-1-11-3 Anatol Stefanowitsch, A network approach to indirect speech acts
4-1-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Tibor Laczkó)
4-1-12-1 Adriana Bolívar & Annette Grinsted, Cognition in (inter)action: The construction of stereotypic beliefs in intercultural discourse
4-1-12-2 Paul Bruthiaux, Presentation and representation of content and status in the language of advertising: An evolutionary account
4-1-12-3 Vladimir Zegarac, Face and cognitive modularity
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
4-2-01 PANEL: Geert JACOBS (Antwerp) & PerAnders FORSTORP (Stockholm), The pragmatics of crisis (Part 2)
4-2-01-1 Arnold J. Kreps, Frank van Meurs & Brigitte Planken, Form and content characteristics of Dutch product recall notices: Elements used to warn the public and protect the company' s image
4-2-01-2 Wendy Diepstraten, Marinel Gerritsen & Frank van Meurs, Which text characteristics enhance the comprehensibility and effectiveness of product recall notices and limit the damage to the image of the company that placed the notice?
4-2-01-3 Luuk Van Waes, Carel van Wijk, Anne-Marie Henraat & Nienke Rijnbeek, The influence of structure and politeness strategies on the perception of product recalls
4-2-01-4 Carel van Wijk, Restoring reputation with direct mail; persuasive effects of blaming either individuals or organisations
4-2-02 PANEL: Hubert CUYCKENS (Leuven) & László KOMLÓSI (Pécs) Spatial relations:Part 2: Pragmatic and metaphoric aspects of spatial relations
4-2-02-1 Kazuko Shinohara, Spatial orientation in the TIME IS MOTION metaphor
4-2-02-2 Willem Gijsbert Kraan, Space as a conceptual common ground; the metaphoric use of space in expert - lay person interaction about computing systems
4-2-02-3 Sabine Klampfer, On spatial concepts underlying abstract relations in language: Evidence from non-spatial use of French, German and Russian spatial prepositions
4-2-02-4 Kuniyoshi Kataoka, Co-construction of a mental map: An analysis of rock climbers' use of deictic motion verbs in spatial discourse
4-2-02-5 Seungho Nam, Deixis in perspectival locatives
4-2-03 PANEL: Harrie MAZELAND (Groningen), Cognition-in-action: Conversation analysis (Part 2)
4-2-03-1 Markku Haakana, Reported thoughts - On the interactional differences between 'saying' and 'thinking'
4-2-03-2 Marjan Huisman, Decision making in management meetings, an interactional perspective
4-2-03-3 Hiroko Tanaka, The implementation of possible cognitive shifts in Japanese conversation: Complementisers as pivotal devices
4-2-03-4 Liisa Tainio, Remembering and social identities of elderly couples in conversation
4-2-04 PANEL: Joan Kelly HALL (Athens, Georgia), Sociocultural, cognitive, and pragmatic dimensions of bilingualism and bilingual development (Part 2)
4-2-04-1 Florencia Cortés Conde, Strategies of bilingual speakers for taking and retaining the floor in language classroom interactions
4-2-04-2 Piet van de Craen, Cognitive advantages of multilingual education
4-2-04-3 Margaret Akinyi, Torn between different socialization practices: Patterns of interaction and bilingual development of Somali children in a Swedisch pre-school
4-2-05 PANEL: Igor BOGUSLAVSKY (Moscow), Interaction between lexical meaning and pragmatic inference (Part 2)
4-2-05-1 Igor Boguslavsky, 'Even' in discourse: Interaction of lexical semantics and interpretation strategies
4-2-05-2 Ana Patricia Rona & Ignacio Carbonell, Anticipating critical reactions? (Some problems concerning linguistic description of connectives in argumentative discourse)
4-2-05-3 Dmitrij Dobrovolskij, Lexical semantics and pragmatic conventions
4-2-06 PANEL: Geneviève CALBRIS (Paris)_"> & Anne LEFEBVRE (Paris), Geste, langage, et cognition: Espace symbolique (Part 2)
4-2-06-1 Danielle Bouvet, Les métaphores corporelles et spatiales à l'oeuvre dans l'élaboration du lexique abstrait de la langue des signes française
4-2-06-2 Geneviève Calbris, Espace symbolique d'un kinélocuteur: Une sémiophysique de l'axe transversal
4-2-06-3 Silvana Contento, Le geste dans la construction de l'espace interpersonnel
4-2-07 PANEL: Jo van den HAUWE (Brussels) & Tom KOOLE (Utrecht), Heterogeneous groups and pupils' participation in educational conversation (Part 2)
4-2-07-1 Jan Berenst, The construction of differences in student participation in classroom discourse by teacher's follow up moves
4-2-07-2 David Poveda, Paths to participation in classroom conversations
4-2-07-3 Mylene Hanson & Marianne Boogaard, Participation of migrant children in 'multicultural' classroom interactions in Dutch primary schools
4-2-08 PANEL: Uta QUASTHOFF (Dortmund), Narrative interaction (Part 2)
4-2-08-1 Jenny Cook-Gumperz, Institutional memory in narrative interaction
4-2-08-2 Alexandra Georgakopoulou, Same old story? On the interactional dynamics of the retold narrative
4-2-08-3 Susanne Günthner, Narrative reconstructions of past experiences: Adjustments and modifications in the process of recontextualizing a past experience
4-2-09 PANEL: Cláudia de LEMOS (Campinas), Error as an empirical challenge to cognitivist approaches to language use (Part 2)(Discussant: Sonia Borges)
4-2-09-1 Maria Francisca Lier-De Vitto, The symptomatic status of symptoms: Pathological errors and cognitive approaches to language use
4-2-09-2 Mariluci Novaes, Communication paradoxes in psychosis: A question to cognitive approaches to pragmatics
4-2-09-3 Maria Fausta Pereira de Castro, Questioning cognitivist approaches to argumentation and communication in language acquisition
4-2-09-4 Silvana Serrani-Infante, Pragmatic failures in second language argumentation and comprehension
4-2-10 PANEL: Jan-Ola ÖSTMAN (Helsinki) & Miriam R.L. PETRUCK (Berkeley); Pragmatic aspects of frame semantics and construction grammar: Part 2: Frame semantics, cognition, discourse, and pragmatics (Discussant: Yoshiko Matsumoto)
4-2-10-1 Hans Boas, The case for frames: How does pragmatics influence argument structure?
4-2-10-2 Margaret Urban & Josef Ruppenhofer, Minding your manners: Noise verbs in the communication domain
4-2-10-3 Jaakko Leino, How to tell lies in construction grammar
4-2-10-4 Jan-Ola Östman, Construction grammar meets the postcard frame
4-2-11 PANEL: Klaus-Uwe PANTHER (Hamburg) & Linda THORNBURG (Hamburg), Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing (Part 2)
4-2-11-1 Debra Ziegeler, Counterfactual implicatures: Metonymy or M-inferences
4-2-11-2 Shigeko Okamoto, Pragmatic inference in the functional reanalysis of Japanese morphemes
4-2-11-3 Mario Brdar & Rita Brdar-Szabó, Metonymic coding of linguistic action: A cross-linguistic study
4-2-12 'Journal of Pragmatics' meeting
13:00-15:00 Lunch break
15:00-16:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS
4-3-01 PANEL: Patrick DENDALE & Liliane TASMOWSKI (Antwerp), L'informationempruntée: Évidentialité et discours rapporté / Borrowed information: Evidentiality and reported speech (Discussant: Deirdre Wilson)
4-3-01-1 Ann Banfield, Evidentiality and knowledge, subjective and objective
4-3-01-2 Susan Ehrlich, Discourse genre, reported speech and evidentiality
4-3-01-3 Zlatka Guentcheva, Le discours médiatisé: Une stratégie discursive
4-3-01-4 Ferdinand de Haan, On the grammaticalization of evidentiality: From reported speech to quotative
4-3-02 PANEL: Hubert CUYCKENS (Leuven) & László KOMLÓSI (Pécs) Spatial relations:Part 3: The semantic-pragmatic content of spatial grams
4-3-02-1 Birgitta Meex, On the use of German ober- and über- in nominal compounds
4-3-02-2 Viktor I. Pekar, On the role of non-perceptual information in semantics of projective prepositions
4-3-02-3 Andrea Tyler & Vyvyan Evans, Towards a theory of meaning construction: The case of in
4-3-02-4 Laure Sarda, The semantics of French direct transitive motion verbs: From ontological distinctions to discourse interpretation
4-3-03 PANEL: Derek EDWARDS (Loughborough), Discourse and cognition (Discussant: Jack Bilmes)
4-3-03-1 Paul Drew, What a difference a turn makes: Or, the truth will out!
4-3-03-2 Hedwig F.M. te Molder, Analyzing helpline talk: From cognition to discursive practices
4-3-03-3 Jonathan Potter & Derek Edwards, Discursive psychology, descriptions, and mental states
4-3-04 PANEL: András KERTÉSZ (Debrecen) & Claude SIONIS (Nantes), The pragmatics of scientific discourse (Part 1)
4-3-04-1 Svetlana A. Zhabotinska, Scientific discourse: Cultural scripts for presenting the author
4-3-04-2 Gunther Dietz, The pragmatics of scientific titles
4-3-04-3 Anna Mauranen, Pragmatized expressions in academic speech
4-3-05 PANEL: Igor BOGUSLAVSKY (Moscow), Interaction between lexical meaning and pragmatic inference (Part 3)
4-3-05-1 Marina Filipenko, Leksicheskoe znachenie russkogo predloga posredi i pragmaticheskaja informacija
4-3-05-2 Elena Paducheva, Status of anticausative component in the semantic decomposition of decausatives: A pragmatic interpretation
4-3-05-3 Alexei Shmelev, Conventional meaning vs. pragmatic inference: The case of the Russian discourse words
4-3-06 PANEL: Geneviève CALBRIS (Paris)_"> & Anne LEFEBVRE (Paris), Geste, langage, et cognition: Espace symbolique (Part 3) (Discussant: Jacques Cosnier)
4-3-06-1 Christian Cuxac, Role du regard dans la construction du sens en LSF (Langue des signes francaise)
4-3-06-2 Marie-Anne Sallandre, Sémantisation des relations spatiales en LSF: L'exemple des transferts de personne
4-3-07 PANEL: Jo van den HAUWE (Brussels) & Tom KOOLE (Utrecht), Heterogeneous groups and pupils' participation in educational conversation (Part 3)
4-3-07-1 Madeline M. Maxwell & Kathryn Hickerson, What does full look like in the full inclusion of deaf students?
4-3-07-2 Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, Participation in language activities and practising language. Identities in deaf bilingual educational settings in Sweden
4-3-07-3 Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou, Patterns of participation in classroom interaction
4-3-08 PANEL: Uta QUASTHOFF (Dortmund), Narrative interaction (Part 3)
4-3-08-1 Allyssa McCabe & Carole Peterson, An effort after meaning: Parental influences on children's evaluations in narratives of past personal experiences
4-3-08-2 Chiara Maria Monzoni, The parrticipation of the audience in narratives: The use of interjections in Italian conversation
4-3-08-3 Uta M. Quasthoff, Narratives in adult-child dyads: interactional and developmental aspects
4-3-09 PANEL: Alexandra JAFFE (Hattiesburg, Mississippi), Minority language education (Part 1)
4-3-09-1 Charlotte Basham, Language revitalization in Alaska
4-3-09-2 Anne Beecken & Joerg Keller, Designing a curriculum for teaching and learning German Sign Language as a foreign language
4-3-09-3 Gabriele Budach, Sylvie Roy & Monica Heller, Commodity and community in French Ontario
4-3-09-4 Regna Darnell, Pragmatic constraints on revitalization of first nations language education in Southwestern Ontario, Canada
4-3-10 PANEL: Jan-Ola ÖSTMAN (Helsinki) & Miriam R.L. PETRUCK (Berkeley); Pragmatic aspects of frame semantics and construction grammar: Part 3: Construction grammar, interaction, and conversation analysis (Discussant: Anita Fetzer)
4-3-10-1 Jan Lindström, Field analysis of turn construction: Where interaction meets grammar
4-3-10-2 Peter Auer, On construction turning into constructions: From pragmatics to grammar in German conditionals
4-3-10-3 Marja Etelämäki, Finnish presentational constructions in interaction
4-3-10-4 Anneli Kauppinen, Constructions, a way to acquire language?
4-3-11 PANEL: Klaus-Uwe PANTHER (Hamburg) & Linda THORNBURG (Hamburg), Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing (Part 3)
4-3-11-1 Günter Radden & Ken-ichi Seto, Metonymic coding of requests in English and Japanese shopping scenarios
4-3-11-2 Klaus-Michael Köpcke & David Zubin, Gender control and referent tracking in German: Lexical or metonymic?
4-3-11-3 Antonio Barcelona, The metonymic basis of pragmatic inferencinbg in jokes and anecdotes
4-3-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Mária Ladányi)
4-3-12-1 Bruno Bara, Francesca Bosco & Monica Bucciarelli, Recognition and recovery of communicative failures in children
4-3-12-2 Barbara Bokus, Meaning-making in child narrative construction
4-3-12-3 Regine Delamotte-Legrand, Echanges entre enfants, activités métalinguistiques et cognition
16:30-17:30 POSTER PERIOD (& coffee break)
(Posters are up all day in the entrance hall of building K [ordered on the basis of the numbering below], where also the registration area and the book exhibit are to be found and where the coffee breaks are held; during the poster period, authors are available for discussion near their posters.)
4-4-01 Nóra Németh & Judit Kormos, Pragmatic aspects of task performance: The case of oral argumentation in L2
4-4-02 Linda Gentry El-Dash & JoAnne Busnardo, Pragmatic choices in the English translation of Portuguese verb-forms
4-4-03 Emma Dafouz, Mercedes Diez, Francisco Martinez, Neff JoAnne, Rosa Prieto & Rica Juan-Pedro, Pragmatic differences in the construction of stance: Spanish EFL writers
4-4-04 Kenneth Reeder, Pragmatic effectiveness and structural complexity in the first language writing of second language immersion pupils
4-4-05 Mojca Schlamberger-Brezar, Pragmatic functions of epistemic modality markers: Example of Slovene and French
4-4-06 Staffan Klintborg, Pragmatic markers as a clue to ethnic identity and assimilation
4-4-07 Anne Mäntynen, Pragmatics of popular science discourse: From manuscript to newspaper column
4-4-08 Sachie Karasawa, Pragmatics of second language learners' written discourse
4-4-09 David Farwell & Stephen Helmreich, Pragmatics-based NLP and the translation of puns
4-4-10 Suellen Rundquist, Primus inter pares: Indirectness and power among equals
4-4-11 Tomoko Tsujimoto, Information flow and discourse deixis
4-4-12 Domingo E. Gómez, Ma. Aranzazu Couselo, Dolores Rodríguez & Ma. Teresa Pulido, Psycholinguistic processes and socioemotional competence in school-age children
4-4-13 Masao Tada, Receptive and productive knowledge in interlanguage pragmatics
4-4-14 Doris E. Martinez Vizcarrondo, Recontextualisation as a delegitimation strategy of the political enemy: The discourse of the Puertorican press about the Iraqis and Arabs during the Persian Gulf war and the Serbians and Russians during the Kosovo conflict
4-4-15 Etsuko Oishi, Referring: Interface between semantics and pragmatics
4-4-16 Ilana Mushin, Reportive strategies in narrative retelling: A comparison of English and Japanese evidential pragmatics
4-4-17 Maria José R. F. Coracini, Representations of science in Brazilian pedagogical discourse
4-4-18 Mena Lafkioui, Représentations linguistiques et identité des jeunes marocains en Belgique
4-4-19 Mia Halonen, Resistance in group therapy sessions: Therapist's interventions and patients' responses to them
4-4-20 Mark Lovas, Récanati on synecdoche and de re modes of presentation
4-4-21 Kawai Chui, Ritualization in evolving pragmatic functions: A case study of 'dui'
4-4-22 Raymond LeBlanc, Janice LeRoux & Dany Laveault, Role of planning in self-regulated academic learning
4-4-23 Ekaterina Lioutikova, Russian intensifier 'sam' and pragmatic inference
4-4-24 Lorraine Kumpf, Schema and interaction in two types of educational discourse
4-4-25 Paul Buschenhofen, Self-perceptions versus students' perceptions of lecturers' uses of humour in their lectures and tutorials
4-4-26 Irena Vassileva, Self-representation in the academia - A cross-cultural perspective
4-4-27 Wei Zhang & K. K. Luke, Sentence planning and execution: Evidence from item replacement in Chinese
4-4-28 Philip Glenn, Sex, laughter, and audiotape: On invoking features of context to explain laughter in interaction
4-4-29 John Myhill, Situational formality in Israeli discourse
4-4-30 Aoi Tsuda, Social and pragmatic aspects of code-switching in the Bonin Islands
4-4-31 Anna HyunJoo Do, Social perspectives in classroom discourse analysis: Rapport-building devices
4-4-32 Paola Bentivoglio, Spanish forms of address in the 16th century: A pragmatic analysis of 'vos' and 'vuestra merced'
4-4-33 Ariadna Stefanescu, Speaker versus hearer, and referential versus attributive semantic interpretations
4-4-34 Kumiko Takahara & Sandi Michele de Oliveira, Speech act conditionals in Japanese and Portuguese: Pragmatic and semantic considerations
4-4-35 Frederick Conrad & Michael F. Schober, Standardized wording does not guarantee standardized interpretation
4-4-36 Marianne Doury, Strategic use of argumentative norms in polemical face-to-face: the case of appeal to authority
4-4-37 Ylva Hård af Segerstad, Swedish teenagers' written conversation in electronic chat environments
4-4-38 Peter Kosta, Syntactic principles, pragmatic inference or lexical derivation of sentence negation in Slavic
4-4-39 Maria das Graças Dias Pereira, Telephone miscommunication in service encounters in a Brazilian health insurance company
4-4-40 Vesa Heikkinen & Ulla Tiilila, Text as work, language as bureaucracy: Linguists on their way into the reality of institutions
4-4-41 Domnita Dumitrescu, Thanking and accepting thanks in Spanish: A comparison between native and non-native speakers' pragmatic competemce
4-4-42 Angelika Brechelmacher & Mandy Simon, The 'us/them' distinction in Austria's public press in the light of the enlargement of the European Union
4-4-43 Elizabeth M. Riddle, The string methapor of life and language in Hmong
4-4-44 Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul, The acquisition of Dutch connectives
4-4-45 Anna Oller Piqué, The Catalan particle llavors (then) in everyday conversation
4-4-46 Salla Ländesmäki, The construction of learning in Finnish EFL textbooks
4-4-47 Joanneke Prenger, The construction of meaning in the mathematics classroom
4-4-48 Maria Fremer, The deictic nature of generic reference: The case of 2nd singular 'du' in Swedish conversations
4-4-49 Amy Snyder Ohta, The development of interactional style in adult foreign language learners: A longitudinal classroom study
4-4-50 Silvia Espanol & Ángel Rivìere, The development of the pointing gesture
4-4-51 Irene Fonte, The dialogue that never was: A discourse-pragmatic analysis of the conflict at the National University of Mexico
4-4-52 Alexander Pollak, The discursive construction and deconstruction of the myth of the saubere (good) German wehrmachtin the Austrian media after 1945
4-4-53 Kate Hunter, Meghan McKinnie & Tom Priestly, The effects of bilingual education and geographic location on language attitudes in a minority language situation (Slovene in Austria)
4-4-54 Maria Cristina Da Cunha Pereira & Ricardo Nakasato, The expression of cohesion in the Brazilian Sign Language
4-4-55 Tijana Asic, The interpretative usage of the present tense in Serbian and the category of aspect
4-4-56 Montserrat Pérez i Parent, The language of requesting in Catalan service encounters: Politeness considerations
4-4-57 Lucía A. Golluscio, The Mapuche 'ngitramkan' ('talk') as metapragmatic and metacultural praxis in contact zones
4-4-58 Caroline Brew, The potential of functional pragmatic grammar in the analysis and treatment of aphasia
4-4-59 Olga P. Vorobyova, The pragmatics of emotivity markers in literary discourse: Cognitive implications
4-4-60 Mian Lian Ho, The pragmatics of modality: The use of 'would' in Singaporean English discourse
4-4-61 Jodi Nelms, The pragmatics of sarcasm in classroom discourse
4-4-62 Jacob L. Mey, The pragmatics of time and space in narrative
4-4-63 Paaige K. Turner, The reflection/creation of the organisation /individual relationship through the choice of voice
4-4-64 NobuhiKo Yamanaka, The resolution of ambiguities in coordinate noun constructions in Japanese
4-4-65 Ana Llinares García, The role of the teacher on the type of second language learners' participation in classroom conversations: A study on native and non-native five-year-old children in a bilingual school
4-4-66 Sabine Prechter, The significance of discourse markers in the acquisition of social roles
4-4-67 Liesel Hibbert, The South African parliament as a case study
4-4-68 Fumiko Masuzawa, The structure of public notices and cautions in oral and written Japanese
4-4-69 Akio Kamio, The theory of territory of information and evidentials
4-4-70 Anne-Marie Londen, The use and function of the response particle 'precis' in Finland Swedish doctor-patient interaction
4-4-71 Camilla Lindholm, The use and function of the response particle 'just så' in Finland Swedish doctor-patient interaction
4-4-72 Maria-Josep Cuenca & Marta Torres Vilatarsana, The uses of 'home/hombre' ('man') and 'dona/mujer' ('woman') in Catalan and Spanish conversation
4-4-73 Arlene Harvey, Think Different: Charismatic discourse in the information age
4-4-74 K. K. Luke, Word order and conversational structure: Right dislocation as a post-completion device
4-4-75 Lauro José Siqueira Baldini, Writing and metalinguistic knowledge
4-4-76 Simone Müller, Cognitive aspects of second language acquisition and the use of discourse markers
4-4-77 Helen Spencer-Oatey, Face and the management of rapport: A framework for analysis
17:30-19:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
4-5-01 PANEL: Christian HUDELOT (Paris), Anne SALAZAR ORVIG (Paris; salazar@citi2.fr) & Ivana MARKOVÁ (Stirling), Dialogue des sémiotiques dans l'interaction asymétrique (Discussant: Josie Bernicot)
4-5-01-1 Ivana Markova, L'imitation
4-5-01-2 Christiane Preneron & Aliyah Morgenstern, Père ou pair? Décalages et ajustements coénonciatifs
4-5-01-3 Christian Hudelot & Marie-Thérèse Vasseur, Conduites métalangagières, interaction et apprentissage dans un dialogue père-fils(2 ans)
4-5-01-4 Anne Salazar-Orvig, Le jeu de la discontinuité dans la dynamique dialogique
4-5-02 PANEL: Hubert CUYCKENS (Leuven) & László KOMLÓSI (Pécs) Spatial relations:Part 4: Spatial language and cognition
4-5-02-1 Trevor Marchand, Mastering making & mastering space: A reconsideration of the linguistic-biased analysis of the what & where in spatial cognition
4-5-02-2 Anetta Kopecka & Colette Grinevald, Static location in French revisited
4-5-02-3 Soteria Svorou, Determining indeterminacy in spatial language
4-5-02-4 Jean-Remi Lapaire & Andrew McMichael, The English progressive is in a fine state: A contribution to Pragmatics from Cognitive Linguistics
4-5-03 PANEL: Rebecca CLIFT (Colchester) & Elizabeth HOLT (Huddersfield), Footing in interaction
4-5-03-1 Rebecca Clift, Getting you on my side: Stance-taking in reported speech
4-5-03-2 Elizabeth Holt, The use of direct reported speech in 'institutional talk' and 'ordinary conversation'
4-5-03-3 Maria-Carme Torras i Calvo, Shifting language, shifting frame: A study of service encounters in Catalonia
4-5-03-4 Ray Wilkinson, The use of direct reported speech and mime by speakers with aphasia in conversation
4-5-04 PANEL: András KERTÉSZ (Debrecen) & Claude SIONIS (Nantes), The pragmatics of scientific discourse (Part 2)
4-5-04-1 Martina Drescher, Emotions and the pragmatics of scientific discourse
4-5-04-2 Maria Tarantino, Observing, reasoning, representing and intervening: Tools for knowledge and meaning expansion
4-5-04-3 László Tarnay, Are truth claims entirely pragmatic or empty?
4-5-05 PANEL: Noël HOUCK (Tokyo) & Susan GASS (East Lansing, Michigan), Hedges in L1 and L2 academic discourse
4-5-05-1 Haruko Minegishi Cook, Functions of the expression omou in Japanese elementary school children
4-5-05-2 Noël Houck, Discussion of hedges in academic discourse: Mitigating strategies in Japanese and Indo-European academic discourse
4-5-05-3 Virginia LoCastro, Mitigation in academic essays of native English speakers and Japanese and Mexican learners of English
4-5-05-4 Michiko Sasaki, Contrastive study of Japanese and English opinion-giving essays
4-5-06 PANEL: Sakis KYRATZIS (Kingston) & Peter MEDWAY (Ottawa), 'Doing voices': Polyphonic and intertextual presentations and occlusions of self (Discussant: Alexandra Georgakopoulou)
4-5-06-1 Peter Medway & Bob Clark, Designing voices: Polyphony in spoken discourse in two architecture firms
4-5-06-2 Sakis Kyratzis & Angeliki Tzanne, Echoing voices - Creating in-group identity
4-5-06-3 Lia Litosseliti, Gendered voices in moral arguments
4-5-06-4 Niels van der Mast, Raised voices and fine-tuned texts: The role of polyphony in the collaborative writing of Dutch policy documents
4-5-07 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Krisztina Károly)
4-5-07-1 Ludmila Ivanivna Bulatetska, Topic understanding: Inference and interpretation
4-5-07-2 Alex Deppert, Text comprehension and metacognition
4-5-07-3 Andreas Schramm, Aspect and causal inference generation in the comprehension of narratives: A psycholinguistic study
4-5-08 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy)
4-5-08-1 Carlo Grevy, The predictable metaphors
4-5-08-2 Sachiko Kitazume, A cognitive model of jokes and metaphors
4-5-08-3 Yantao Zeng, On the cognition criteria of irony understanding
4-5-09 PANEL: Alexandra JAFFE (Hattiesburg, Mississippi), Minority language education (Part 2)
4-5-09-1 Alexandra Jaffe, Bilingual education on Corsica
4-5-09-2 Marilyn Martin-Jones & Dilwyn Roberts-Young, 'Lle ar y we' (A place on the web): Discourse practices in the creation of websites by schools in Wales where Welsh is the main medium of teaching and learning
4-5-09-3 Carla Paciotto, Teacher language use in a Tarahumara schhool in Northern Mexico: Patterns of resistance to state minority language policy
4-5-09-4 Donna Patrick, Emerging 'nationhood' and schooling in Arctic Quebec: Contradictions and competing ideologies in Inuktitut language programs
4-5-10 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Ildikó Vaskó)
4-5-10-1 Mary Hale-Haniff, Ana Pasztor & Mihaly Lenart, Linguistic presuppositions: Gateway to belief systems
4-5-10-2 Eva Hajicová, Cognitive prerequisites for linguistic oppositions: 'Given'/'new' vs. 'contextual boundness'
4-5-10-3 Kyoko Inoue, Frame switching: Absolute and relative frames of spatial cognition among the Japanese
4-5-11 PANEL: Lorenza MONDADA (Basel), Distributed cognition in professional interactions
4-5-11-1 Ingrid Furchner, Describing strange feelings: How epilectic patients reconstruct their seizures in medical exchanges
4-5-11-2 Michèle Grosjean & Michèle Lacoste, Distributed memory in cooperative work in hospitals
4-5-11-3 Katja Müller, Lorenza Mondada & Johanna Miecznikowski-Fünfschilling, Collective reasoning: The interactional organization of medical meetings
4-5-11-4 Luca Oppizzi, How to collect signs of disease in Chinese medicine
4-5-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Beáta Gyuris)
4-5-12-1 Edy Veneziano, Changes in early pragmatic functionings and their relationship to the 'know-how' of the mind
4-5-12-2 Klara Marton, Cognitive aspects of language performance in children with severe visual impairment
4-5-12-3 Ulrika Nettelbladt & Christina Reuterskiöld Wagner, Language comprehension and interaction in children with language impairment
FRIDAY, 14 JULY 2000
8:30 Registration desk opens
9:30-11:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
5-1-01 PANEL: Adam JAWORSKI (Cardiff), The interface between visual and verbal communication (Part 1)
5-1-01-1 Gilberte Lenaerts, Look who's talking: A multimodal analysis of political discourse on language policy - the Belgian experience
5-1-01-2 Elisabeth El Refaie, Metaphor and visual rhetoric in newspaper representations of asylum seekers
5-1-01-3 Theo van Leeuwen, The language of arrows and boxes
5-1-03 PANEL: Charles COLEMAN (Laurelton, NY), Language and the construction of racialized social and cultural identity in the United States of America
5-1-03-1 Charles F. Coleman, Language and identity across speech and writing
5-1-03-2 Dolores Straker, Media responses to racialized language by African Americans in the United States
5-1-03-3 Halima Touré, Challenging teacher identities in a teacher training institute
5-1-04 PANEL: Agnes BOLONYAI (Greenville, NC<_">), From intentionality to variability: Pragmatic motivations for codeswitching (Part 1)(Discussant: Susan Meredith Burt)
5-1-04-1 Fredric Field, Choices of the artful switcher
5-1-04-2 Steve Gross, Codeswitching, intentionality, and interactional power
5-1-04-3 Carol Myers-Scotton & Janice L. Jake, Negotiating and identity through codeswitching: This is a 24-hour country
5-1-04-4 Agnes Bolonyai, Intentionality at the crossroads of bilingual choices: Managing power and linguistic asymmetry
5-1-05 PANEL: Alain TROGNON (Nancy), Comment formaliser le domaine cognitif d'une conversation?
5-1-05-1 Alain Trognon & Katia Kostulski, Sur quelques propriétés des raisonnements naturels émergeant des dialogues fonctionnels
5-1-05-2 Michel Musiol, Eléments de ratiionalité pragmatique inhérents au domaine cognitif de la conversation: Le traitement inférentiel de l'implicature
5-1-05-3 Pascale Marro-Clément, Interactive constructiojn of scientific reasoning: Formalisms coming into play in the restitution of socio-cognitive processes
5-1-05-4 Michael Baker, Dialogue as a window on the mind? Between discursivity and cognitivism
5-1-06 PANEL: Neal NORRICK (Saarbruecken), Irony and humor in interaction (Part 1)
5-1-06-1 Neal R. Norrick, Cuing and interpretation in conversational joking
5-1-06-2 Salvatore Attardo, On the pragmatic nature of irony and its rhetorical aspects
5-1-06-3 Herbert L. Colston, Rachel Giiora & Albert Katz, Joke comprehension: Salience and context effects
5-1-06-4 Helga Kotthoff, Punchlines, humorous keying and conversational inferencing
5-1-07 PANEL: Simona PEKAREK DOEHLER & Lorenza MONDADA (Basel), Constructing reference in social interaction (Part 1)
5-1-07-1 Denis Apothéloz, The management of reference in metalinguistic sequences produced in a conversational writing task
5-1-07-2 Lorenza Mondada, Sequential organization of topical talk and 'grammar-for-interaction'
5-1-07-3 Simona Pekarek Doehler, Anaphoric reference and the social coordination of talk
5-1-08 PANEL: Ingrid PILLER (Hamburg), Multilingual identities and social cognition (Part 1) (Introduction: Monica Heller)
5-1-08-1 Adrian Blackledge, Literacies and identities in a multilingual setting: South Asian women in Birmingham, UK
5-1-08-2 Marietta Calderón, Call me Mara(Rut I, 20): Pragmaonymic constructions of identities among immigrated Israelis
5-1-08-3 Melissa James & Bencie Woll, Black deaf and deaf black
5-1-9 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Ilona Kassai)
5-1-09-1 Lydia Derkach, Right hemisphere and language use under bilingualism
5-1-09-2 Michael R. Perkins, The compensations of an unbalanced mind: A cognitive-interactive account of pragmatic impairment
5-1-09-3 Maurizio Tirassa, Cognitive pragmatics and neuropragmatics
5-1-10 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Zoltán Kövecses)
5-1-10-1 Kerstin Fischer, How conceptualizing the communication partner influences the expression of emotion
5-1-10-2 Diane Ponterotto, Emotive communication: The cognitive-pragmatic interface and cross-cultural considerations
5-1-10-3 Simone Schnall, Embodied cognition: Embodied emotion
5-1-11 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Csilla Bartha)
5-1-11-1 Takuo Hayashi & Reiko Hayashi, Self, cognitive objectivization, and metadiscourse
5-1-11-2 Tarja Nikula, Metapragmatic awareness in language classrooms and content and language integrated classrooms
5-1-11-3 Michael F. Schober & Frederick G. Conrad, Metacognition about conceptual differences with conversational partners
5-1-12 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: László Tarnay)
5-1-12-1 Sylvie Porhiel, The assumptions of another's knowledge
5-1-12-2 Mary Elaine Meagher, Representations, norms and value judgements on the learning process: High school experts and novices
5-1-12-3 François Cooren, Distributed cognition in language use. Distributing tasks and knowledge in organized systems
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
5-2-01 PANEL: Adam JAWORSKI (Cardiff), The interface between visual and verbal communication (Part 2)
5-2-01-1 Kristina Bennert, 'Feel as old as you look?' The verbal-visual construction of middle-aged identity
5-2-01-2 Rodney Williamson, Symbolic space on the small screen: Interrelations of visual and verbal message in televised serial narrative
5-2-01-3 Adam Jaworski & Dariusz Galasinski, The social construction of non-verbal behaviour: Press reports of the Clinton grand jury testimony videos
5-2-03 PANEL: Charles ANTAKI (Loughborough), Competing versions of events in talk
5-2-03-1 Charles Antaki, The 'show concession'
5-2-03-2 Robin Wooffitt & Sarah Collins, Preserving the status of knowledge claims: Alternative versions in psychics' and mediums' discourse
5-2-03-3 Derek Edwards, Couples, conflict and counselling
5-2-03-4 Peter Muntigl, Reformulations in couples counselling
5-2-04 PANEL: Agnes BOLONYAI (Greenville, NC<_">), From intentionality to variability: Pragmatic motivations for codeswitching (Part 2) (Discussant: Susan Meredith Burt)
5-2-04-1 Sharzad Mahootian, The medium is the message: Codeswitching in the media
5-2-04-2 Helena Halmari, On pragmatic motivations for code choice in Finnish-English codeswitching: Evidence from a longitudinal study
5-2-04-3 Ad Backus, The role of the lexicon in alternational codeswitching
5-2-06 PANEL: Neal NORRICK (Saarbruecken), Irony and humor in interaction (Part 2)
5-2-06-1 Seana Coulson, Sarcasm and the space structuring model
5-2-06-2 Amadeu Viana, Joking with doctors: Playful interaction in illness contexts
5-2-06-3 Sharon P. Lockyer, Cueing and interpreting humour in written texts
5-2-07 PANEL: Simona PEKAREK DOEHLER & Lorenza MONDADA (Basel), Constructing reference in social interaction (Part 2)
5-2-07-1 Ingedore Grünfeld Villaça-Koch, Referentiation: A cognitive and interactive process
5-2-07-2 Johanna Miecznikowski-Fünfschilling, Scientific vocabulary in use: Negotiating words and constructing discourse objects
5-2-07-3 Edwiges Morato, Referencing and discurrsive memory in aphasia: A pragmatic approach to confabulation
5-2-08 PANEL: Ingrid PILLER (Hamburg), Multilingual identities and social cognition (Part 2) (Discussant: Aneta Pavlenko)
5-2-08-1 Ingrid Piller, The reconfiguration of identities in advertising discourse
5-2-08-2 Marya Teutsch-Dwyer, Social identities and second language experiences in an academic environment
5-2-09 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Károly Bibok)
5-2-09-1 Matthias Rehm & Katharina Rohlfing-Kubetzki, Is it a concept or just a representation? - Towards dynamic concepts
5-2-09-2 Alexander Kholod, Kognitivij modus rechemijslitelijich operatsij muzhchin i zhenshchin
5-2-10 PANEL: Anaïd DONABÉDIAN (Paris) & Annie MONTAUT (Paris), Space and perception in some grammatical categories
5-2-10-1 Jean-Pierre Descles, Représentations topologiques de l'espace par les langues
5-2-10-2 Catherine Chauvin, L'Utilisation des déictiques spatiaux hors monstration directe, un argument pour leur non-spacialité (non référentialité)?
5-2-10-3 Anaïd Donabedian, Evidentiels, déictiques et perception
5-2-10-4 Annie Montaut, The ergative structure and other predication of localisation in indo-aryan languages: What are they iconic of?
5-2-11 LECTURE SESSION (Chair: Andrea Ágnes Reményi)
5-2-11-1 Bob Hodge, Language and idology as neural networks: Towards a postmodern science of pragmatics
5-2-11-2 Melinda Y. Chen, Experiential bases of social deixis: Cognitive-linguistic motivations for the spatial and visual in 'outsider' discourses
5-2-12 I encuentro de investigadores Iberoamericanos en pragmática y análisis de los discursos
13:00-15:00 Lunch break
15:00-16:30 PLENARIES
5-3-1 Jen Allwood, Activity-based analysis of meaning and interaction
5-3-2 Michael Tomasello, The pragmatics of word learning in early child language
16:30-17:00 Closing ceremony
SPEAKER INDEX
Helen R. Abadiano: 1-4-51
Barbara Abbott: 1-3-06-3
Keiko Abe: 1-4-30
Michel Achard: 1-3-07-1
Guy Achard-Bayle: 2-1-08-2
Mariana Achugar: 2-5-11-1
Karen Adams: 2-2-12-1
Mauro Adenzato: 1-4-73
Marina Agkatseva: 1-4-23
Elisabeth Ahlsén: 1-3-05, 1-3-05-1, 1-5-05
Karin Aijmer: 1-5-03-2
Salih Akin: 2-4-47
José Albentosa: 1-4-21
Gábor Alberti: 1-3-12
Jens Allwood: 5-3-1
Maria-Cristina Alonso-Vázquez: 1-4-21
Gisle Andersen: 1-5-04-3
József Andor: 2-5-10
Lourdes Andrade: 4-1-09-1
Geza Andrassy: 4-1-02-1
Jannis Androutsopoulos: 2-4-75
Charles Antaki: 4-1-03-1, 5-2-03, 5-2-03-1
Christine Anthonissen: 2-4-51
Denis Apothéloz: 5-1-07-1
Lúcia M.G. Arantes: 4-1-09-2
Argiris Archakis: 2-4-66
Joan A. Argenter: 1-4-05
Leslie K. Arnovick: 1-3-04-1
Robert B. Arundale: 2-5-08-2
Tijana Asic: 4-4-55
Birte Asmuss: 2-4-63
Angeliki Athanasiadou: 4-1-02-2
Salvatore Attardo: 5-1-06-2
Peter Auer: 1-3-01, 4-3-10-2
Cecilia Castillo Ayomeetzi: 2-1-04-1
Ad Backus: 5-2-04-3
Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta: 4-3-07-2
Annalisa Baicchi: 2-5-12-1
Michael Baker: 5-1-05-4
Maryam Bakht-Rofheart: 1-4-17
Lauro José Siqueira Baldini: 4-4-75
Michael Bamberg: 2-3-05, 2-3-05-3, 2-5-05, 4-1-08-1
Ann Banfield: 4-3-01-1
Bruno G. Bara: 4-3-12-1
Antonio Barcelona: 4-3-11-3
Francesca Bargiela: 2-1-07-1
Anne-Marie Barraja-Rohan: 1-5-11-3
Csilla Bartha: 2-4-30, 5-1-11
Charlotte Basham: 4-3-09-1
Liliana Cabral Bastos: 2-4-29
Euridice Bouchereau Bauer: 4-1-04-1
Marcel M.H. Bax: 1-3-04, 1-3-04-2, 1-5-04
Cath Beaton: 2-2-02-1
Anne Beecken: 4-3-09-2
Tony Beld: 1-4-15
Diana ben-Aaron: 2-1-12-1
Gertraud Benke: 1-3-12-1
Kristina Bennert: 5-2-01-1
Paola Bentivoglio: 4-4-32
Stefan Benus: 1-4-17
Eszter Beran: 2-4-61, 4-1-08-3
Erich A. Berendt: 1-4-53
Jan Berenst: 4-2-07-1
Norine Berenz: 2-5-02, 2-5-02-1
Roger Bernard: 2-4-15
Josie Bernicot: 2-1-02, 2-1-02-1, 2-2-02, 4-5-01
Roxane Bertrand: 1-3-09-1
Robbert-Jan Beun: 1-3-12-2
Karoly Bibok: 2-1-10, 2-1-10-3, 2-2-10, 2-3-10, 5-2-09
Jack Bilmes: 4-3-03
Stefania Biscetti: 1-4-78
Dusan I. Bjelic: 2-1-05-2
Martina Björklund: 1-4-50
Adrian Blackledge: 5-1-08-1
Renée Blake: 1-4-17
Jan Blommaert: 2-5-04
Reinhard Blutner: 2-1-10-1
Hans Boas: 4-2-10-1
Olga J. Boguslavskaya: 4-1-05-3
Igor Boguslavsky: 4-1-05, 4-2-05, 4-2-05-1, 4-3-05
Barbara Bokus: 4-3-12-2
Adriana Bolívar: 4-1-12-1
Agnes Bolonyai: 5-1-04, 5-1-04-4, 5-2-04
Igor A. Bolshakov: 1-3-08-4
John D. Bonvillian: 2-3-02, 2-3-02-1
Marianne Boogaard: 4-2-07-3
Judith Booth: 1-4-63
Anna Borbély: 2-4-16
Salvador Pons Borderia: 2-4-31
Kristina Boréus: 2-4-41
Sonia Borges Vieira da Mota: 4-1-09, 4-2-09
Elena G. Borissova: 1-4-38
Jaap Bos: 2-5-03-3
Francesca M. Bosco: 4-3-12-1
Alexandre B. Bouchev: 1-4-23
Dominique Boutet: 4-1-06-1
Danielle Bouvet: 4-2-06-1
Diana Boxer: 4-1-04-3
Rebecca Branner: 4-1-08-2
Mario Brdar: 4-2-11-3
Rita Brdar-Szabó: 4-2-11-3
Angelika Brechelmacher: 4-4-42
Richard Breheny: 2-1-09-3, 2-2-09
Capucine Bremond: 1-3-09-2
Caroline Brew: 4-4-58
Mojca Schlamberger Brezar: 4-4-05
Frank Brisard: 2-2-06, 2-2-06-1
Catherine Brouwer: 1-3-11-1
Paul Bruthiaux: 4-1-12-2
Silvia Bruti: 1-5-08-1
Claudia Bubel: 2-5-04-4
Monica Bucciarelli: 4-3-12-1
Gabriele Budach: 4-3-09-3
Nancy Budwig: 2-1-02-2
Ludmila Ivanivna Bulatetska: 4-5-07-1
Marcel Burger: 1-3-02-1
Susan Meredith Burt: 2-5-07-2, 5-1-04, 5-2-04
Paul Buschenhofen: 4-4-25
JoAnne Busnardo: 4-4-02
Graham Button: 2-2-05-1
Nalan Buyukkantarci: 2-1-07-2
Kristin Bührig: 2-2-08-1
Gabriele Cablitz: 2-2-02-2
Cristina Cacciari: 1-4-20
Geneviève Calbris: 4-1-06, 4-2-06, 4-2-06-2, 4-3-06
Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard: 2-5-03-2
Marietta Calderón: 5-1-08-2
Helena Calsamiglia: 2-1-06, 2-1-06-4
Maria-Carme Torras i Calvo: 4-5-03-3
Monica Cantero: 1-4-49
Olga Capirci: 2-3-02-3
Filomena Capucho: 2-1-08
María Rosa Caracotche: 2-4-09
Ignacio Carbonell: 4-2-05-2
Marion Carel: 2-1-11-3
Alicia Eugenia Carrizo: 1-4-55
Mary Carroll: 1-3-08-2
Robyn Carston: 2-3-06, 2-5-06, 2-5-06-3
Glória Carvalho: 4-1-09-3
Maria Christina Caselli: 2-3-02-3
Joanne Cavallaro: 1-4-75
Claude Cech: 1-3-10-3
Catherine Chanet: 1-3-09-3
Vincent Tao-hsun Chang: 2-2-01-2
Catherine Chauvin: 5-2-10-2
Ma. Luisa de la Garza Chávez: 2-4-14
Chi-Fen Chen: 1-5-03-3
Melinda Yuen-ching Chen: 5-2-11-2
Gisèle Chevalier: 2-4-34
Paul Chilton: 2-1-12
Marianna Chodorowska-Pilch: 2-4-23
Kawai Chui: 4-4-21
Guiomar Elena Ciapuscio: 2-1-06-2
Alan Cienki: 2-5-12-3
Bob Clark: 4-5-06-1
Rebecca Clift: 4-5-003, 4-5-03-1
Ana M. Cochran-Kila: 2-4-76
Charles F. Coleman: 5-1-03, 5-1-03-1
Daniel E. Collins: 1-5-04-1
Herbert L. Colston: 5-1-06-3
Florencia Cortés Conde: 4-2-04-1
Sherri Condon: 1-3-10-3
Frederick Conrad: 4-4-35, 5-1-11-3
Silvana Contento: 1-4-20, 4-2-06-3
Guy Cook: 1-5-02-1
Haruko Minegishi Cook: 4-5-05-1
Vivian Cook: 2-1-03-1
Jenny Cook-Gumperz: 4-2-08-1
Sabrina Cooper: 1-4-17
François Cooren: 5-1-12-3
Maria José R. F. Coracini: 4-4-17
M. Corballis: 2-3-02
Paola Corradini: 1-4-20
Jacques Cosnier: 4-3-06
Sharon A. Cote: 2-1-10-2
Seana Coulson: 5-2-06-1
Ma. Aranzazu Couselo: 4-4-12
Piet van de Craen: 4-2-04-2
Maria-Josep Cuenca: 4-4-72
Steven Cushing: 2-4-54
Christian Cuxac: 4-3-06-1
Hubert Cuyckens: 4-1-02, 4-2-02, 4-3-02, 4-5-02
Emma Dafouz: 4-4-03
Brenda Danet: 1-5-10-3
Regna Darnell: 4-3-09-4
Dennis Day: 2-3-04-1
Eduardo de Bustos: 2-4-13
Ferdinand de Haan: 4-3-01-4
Francisco J. Ruiz de Mendoza: 4-1-11-2
Walter De Mulder: 2-2-06-4
Dirk de Natris: 4-1-01-2
Sandi Michele de Oliveira: 4-4-34
Ingrid de Saint-Georges: 2-2-04-2
Paul Dekker: 2-1-09-2
Regine Delamotte-Legrand: 4-3-12-3
Patrick Dendale: 4-3-01
Bessie Dendrinos: 2-5-03-1
Arnulf Deppermann: 1-4-59, 2-5-05-2
Alex Deppert: 4-5-07-2
Lydia Derkach: 5-1-09-1
Jean-Pierre Descles: 5-2-10-1
Jean-Marc Dewaele: 1-3-03-1
Wendy Diepstraten: 4-2-01-2
Gunther Dietz: 4-3-04-2
Mercedes Diez: 4-4-03
Anna HyunJoo Do: 4-4-31
Dmitrij Dobrovolskij: 4-2-05-3
Simona Pekarek Doehler: 5-1-07, 5-1-07-3, 5-2-07
Zuraidah Mohd Don: 1-4-19
Anaïd Donabedian: 5-2-10, 5-2-10-3
Susan Kay Donaldson: 1-4-65
Anatoliji Dorodnych: 2-4-25
Kathleen Doty: 1-4-13
Marianne Doury: 4-4-36
Angela Downing: 1-4-48
Martina Drescher: 4-5-04-1
Wolfgang Dressler: 3-2-2
Paul Drew: 4-3-03-1
Daphne Ducharme: 2-4-15
Katalin Dudas: 2-4-61
Domnita Dumitrescu: 4-4-41
Anna Duszak: 2-1-07, 2-1-07-3, 2-2-07, 2-3-07
Eva Martha Eckkrammer: 1-5-02-2
Derek Edwards: 4-3-03, 4-3-03-3, 5-2-03-3
Susan Ehrlich: 4-3-01-2
Patrick Eisenlohr: 1-5-01-2
Linda Gentry El-Dash: 4-4-02
Els Elffers: 2-4-81
Mohamed Embarki: 2-4-49
Richard Epstein: 1-3-06, 1-3-06-1, 1-5-06
Britt Erman: 1-3-12-3
Susan Ervin-Tripp: 2-1-02, 2-2-02, 2-3-05-1
Victoria Escandell-Vidal: 1-4-42, 2-5-12-2
Silvia Espanol: 4-4-50
Marja Etelämäki: 4-3-10-3
Vyvyan Evans: 4-3-02-3
Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul: 4-4-44
Norman Fairclough: 2-2-12, 2-3-03-1
Lars Fant: 2-4-50
David Farwell: 4-4-09
Paula Fatur: 2-5-11-3
Anita Fetzer: 2-2-08, 2-3-08, 2-5-08, 2-5-08-1, 4-3-10
Fredric Field: 5-1-04-1
Rosa Attié Figueira: 2-4-43
Marina Filipenko: 4-3-05-1
Anna Filipi: 1-4-39
Bernd Finger: 1-3-02-4
Rosalie Finlayson: 2-5-07-1
Kerstin Fischer: 5-1-10-1
John Flowerdew: 1-4-71
Irene Fonte: 4-4-51
Ad Foolen: 4-1-10-1
Oer-Anders Forstorp: 4-1-01, 4-1-01-1, 4-2-01
Michael Fortescue: 1-5-07-2
Bruce Fraser: 2-2-09, 2-3-09-1
Elin Fredsted: 2-5-07, 2-5-07-3
Susan E. Frekko: 1-4-32
Maria Fremer: 4-4-48
Thorstein Fretheim: 2-2-10-2
Valerie Fridland: 2-1-04-2
Mirjam Fried: 4-1-10-2
Nancy Frishberg: 2-5-02-2
Ping Fu: 2-3-07-4
Seiko Fujii: 4-1-10-4
Izumi Funayama: 2-4-37
Ingrid Furchner: 4-5-11-1
Susan Gal: 1-3-01, 1-5-01
Dariusz Galasinski: 5-2-01-3
Dexy M. Galué: 1-4-54
Christer Garbis: 4-1-01-3
Ana Llinares García: 4-4-65
Francisco Aliaga García: 2-4-13
Roberto J. García: 2-4-04
Rod Gardner: 1-3-11-2
Simon Garrod: 1-3-08-1
Susan Gass: 4-5-05
Alexander Gelbukh: 1-3-08-4
María Teresa Genisans: 2-4-09
Alexandra Georgakopoulou: 1-5-10, 4-2-08-2, 4-5-06
Cornelia Gerhardt: 1-5-03-4
Marinel Gerritsen: 4-2-01-2
Ray Gibbs: 1-2-2
Rachel Giora: 5-1-06-3
Vincent Giroul: 1-3-02, 1-3-02-2
Philip Glenn: 4-4-28
Lucía A. Golluscio: 4-4-57
Vadim Goloubev: 2-2-11-3
David Good: 2-5-08-2
Jean Goodwin: 2-2-11-2
Olena Goroshko: 1-4-09
Dionysis Goutsos: 2-4-62
Domingo E. Gómez: 4-4-12
David Graddol: 1-3-10-4
Carlo Grevy: 4-5-08-1
Eric Grillo: 2-1-08, 2-1-08-1
Colette Grinevald: 4-5-02-2
Colette Grinevalo: 1-3-07-2
Annette Grinsted: 4-1-12-1
Anne Grobet: 2-4-12
Partrick Grommes: 2-4-11
Michèle Grosjean: 4-5-11-2
Alan Gross: 2-4-69
Steven Gross: 5-1-04-2
Yueguo Gu: 2-1-01, 2-1-01-1
Zlatka Guentcheva: 4-3-01-3
Natalia Guermanova: 2-4-53
Michèle Guidetti: 2-3-02, 2-3-02-2
John Gumperz: 1-5-01-4
Britt-Louise Gunnarsson: 1-5-04-2
Jiansheng Guo: 2-4-21
Elisabeth Gülich: 2-1-06-1
Susanne Günthner: 4-2-08-3
Beata Gyuris: 2-1-09, 2-3-09-2, 4-5-12
Markku Haakana: 4-2-03-1
Eva Hajicová: 4-5-10-2
Tony Hak: 4-1-03-2
Auli Hakulinen: 3-2-1
Rabah Halabi: 2-4-44
Mary Hale-Haniff: 4-5-10-1
Joan Kelly Hall: 4-1-04, 4-1-04-2, 4-2-04
Helena Halmari: 5-2-04-2
Mia Halonen: 4-4-19
Sabina Halupka: 1-4-34
Mylene Hanson: 4-2-07-3
Anita B. Haravon: 2-3-12
Judith E. Harkins: 2-3-12
Robert M. Harnish: 2-4-17
Jennifer Hartog: 2-5-04-1
Arlene Harvey: 4-4-73
Yumiko Hashimoto: 2-4-05
Jo van den Hauwe: 4-1-07, 4-1-07-3, 4-2-07, 4-3-07
Reiko Hayashi: 5-1-11-1
Takuo Hayashi: 5-1-11-1
Marie Hádková: 1-4-64
Vesa Heikkinen: 4-4-40
Monica Heller: 1-5-01-1, 4-3-09-3, 5-1-08
Johannes Helmbrecht: 2-1-07-4
Stephen Helmreich: 4-4-09
Anne-Marie Henraat: 4-2-01-3
Alexa Hepburn: 1-4-67
Susan Herring: 1-5-10-1
Liesel Hibbert: 4-4-67
Kathryn Hickerson: 4-3-07-1
Maya Hickmann: 1-1
Laura Isabel Hidalgo: 1-4-21
Raquel Angela Hidalgo: 2-4-35
Risto Hiltunen: 1-4-13
Milada Hirschová: 2-4-65
Mian Lian Ho: 4-4-60
Bob Hodge: 5-2-11-1
Elizabeth Holt: 4-5-03, 4-5-03-2
Jong-Hwa Hong: 1-4-07
Krisadawan Hongladarom: 2-2-07-1
Richard Horsey: 2-5-06-1
Yuko Hosaka: 2-3-05-2
Noël Houck: 4-5-05, 4-5-05-2
Hanneke Houtkoop-Steenstra: 4-1-03-1
Zhu Hua: 2-3-01-1
Christian Hudelot: 4-5-01, 4-5-01-3
Richard Hudson: 2-4-34
Marjan Huisman: 4-2-03-2
Kate Hunter: 4-4-53
László Hunyadi: 2-5-11
Sachiko Ide: 2-2-01, 2-2-01-1, 2-3-01, 2-5-01
Silvia Iglesias: 2-4-13
Kyoko Inoue: 4-5-10-3
Kyoko Inoue: 1-4-02
Reiko Itani: 2-4-64
Corinne Iten: 2-3-06-2
Ekaterina Ivanova: 1-4-38
Jana M. Iverson: 2-3-02-3
Shimako Iwasaki: 2-4-38
Jane Jackson: 1-4-03
Geert Jacobs: 4-1-01, 4-2-01
Marco Jacquemet: 1-5-01-3
Alexandra Jaffe: 4-3-09, 4-5-09, 4-5-09-1
Ernst Håkon Jahr: 2-5-07-5
Janice L. Jake: 2-5-07-4, 5-1-04-3
Melissa James: 5-1-08-3
Karol Janicki: 1-5-02
Richard W. Janney: 1-4-47
Theo Janssen: 2-2-06-2
Alexandr Jarovinskij: 2-4-48
Scott Jarvis: 2-1-03-2
K.M. Jaszczolt: 2-1-09, 2-1-09-1, 2-2-09, 2-3-09
Adam Jaworski: 5-1-01, 5-2-01, 5-2-01-3
Lesley Jeffries: 2-5-03-4
Björn Johansson: 4-1-01-3
Marjut Johansson: 2-5-08-3
Vera John-Steiner: 1-4-22
Meredith Josey: 1-4-17
Andreas Jucker: 1-3-04, 1-5-04, 1-5-12-1, 2-2-08-3
Päivi Juvonen: 1-5-06-2
Elena Kalinina: 2-4-77
Jyrki Kalliokoski: 1-5-11-1
Akio Kamio: 4-4-69
Nkonko Kamwangamalu: 2-2-07-2
Tomoko Kaneko: 1-3-03-2
Frederick Kangethe Iraki: 1-4-28
Sachie Karasawa: 4-4-08
Krisztina Károly: 4-5-07
Ilona Kassai: 5-1-09
Hiroko Kasuya: 2-5-01-4
Kuniyoshi Kataoka: 4-2-02-4
Stavroula Katsiki: 2-4-45
Albert Katz: 5-1-06-3
Fred J. Kauffeld: 2-2-11-1
Anneli Kauppinen: 4-3-10-4
Michiya Kawai: 2-2-07-3
Mika Kawanari: 2-4-73
István Kecskés: 1-3-03, 1-3-03-3, 1-5-03, 2-1-03-3
Joerg Keller: 4-3-09-2
Suzanne Kemmer: 1-3-07-3
István Kenesei: 2-5-12
Friederike Kern: 2-3-08-1
András Kertész:4-3-04, 4-5-04
Alexander Kholod: 5-2-09-2
Andrej A. Kibrik: 1-5-07-3
Ferenc Kiefer: 2-1-10, 2-2-10, 2-3-10
Manfred Kienpointner: 1-4-74
Kyu-hyun Kim: 1-4-06
Ildiko Kiraly: 2-2-02-3
Ksenia Kisseleva: 2-4-01
Sachiko Kitazume: 4-5-08-2
Eliza Kitis: 2-3-11-2
Susanne Kjærbeck: 1-4-04
Sabine Klampfer: 4-2-02-3
Staffan Klintborg: 4-4-06
Hubert Knoblauch: 1-3-01-1
László I. Komlósi: 4-1-02, 4-1-02-1, 4-2-02, 4-3-02, 4-5-02
Tom Koole: 4-1-07, 4-1-07-4, 4-2-07, 4-3-07
Anetta Kopecka: 4-5-02-2
Judit Kormos: 4-4-01
Neill Korobov: 2-3-05-3
Krzysztof Korzyk: 1-4-10
Peter Kosta: 4-4-38
Katia Kostulski: 5-1-05-1
Lari Kotilainen: 4-1-10
Helga Kotthoff: 4-1-08-2, 5-1-06-4
Soichi Kozai: 2-2-07-4
Tayana Kozlova: 2-3-07-1
Klaus-Michael Köpcke: 4-3-11-2
Zoltán Kövecses: 5-1-10
Willem Gijsbert Kraan: 4-2-02-2
Alexander V. Kravchenko: 4-1-02-4
Arnold J. Kreps: 4-2-01-1
Susan Kresin: 1-5-08-2
Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky: 1-3-04-3
Lorraine Kumpf: 4-4-24
Johanna Kuningas-Autio: 4-1-10-3
Catherine Kurkjian: 1-4-51
Aylin C. Küntay: 2-1-02-3
Amy Kyratzis: 2-3-05, 2-5-05, 2-5-05-1
Sakis Kyratzis: 4-5-06, 4-5-06-2
Minna Laakso: 1-3-05-3
Michèle Lacoste: 4-5-11-2
Tibor Laczkó: 4-1-12
Mária Ldányi: 4-3-12
Mena Lafkioui: 4-4-18
Martin Lampert: 2-3-05-1
Roy Langer: 2-3-08-2
Jean-Rémy Lapaire: 4-5-02-4
Jonathan Larson: 2-4-70
Ritva Laury: 1-3-06, 1-3-06-2, 1-5-06
Virginie Laval: 2-1-02-1
Dany Laveault: 4-4-22
Eva Delgado Lavín: 2-3-11-3
Salla Ländesmäki: 4-4-46
Raymond LeBlanc: 4-4-22
Cher Leng Lee: 2-4-56
Chungmin Lee: 1-4-58
Hye-Kyung Lee: 2-2-09-1
Kiri Lee: 2-4-42
Loraine Lee: 2-5-03-3
Song Mei Lee-Wong: 2-4-07
Michiel Leezenberg: 2-3-09-4
Anne Lefebvre: 4-1-06, 4-1-06-2, 4-2-06, 4-3-06
Jaakko Leino: 4-2-10-3
Jay L. Lemke: 2-2-03-2
Claudia De Lemos: 4-1-09, 4-1-09-4, 4-2-09
Gilberte Lenaerts: 5-1-01-1
Mihaly Lenart: 4-5-10-1
Manuel Leonetti: 1-4-42, 1-5-06-1
Janice LeRoux: 4-4-22
Alfredo Maximiliano Lescano: 2-1-11-2
Harry Levitt: 2-3-12
Irina Levontina: 4-1-05-1
Laura Chao-Chih Liao: 2-3-08-3
Grit Liebscher: 2-3-04-3
Camilla Lindholm: 4-4-71
Jan Lindström: 4-3-10-1
Lena Lindström: 2-4-46
Per Linell: 1-5-12-2
Ekaterina Lioutikova: 4-4-23
Lia Litosseliti: 4-5-06-3
Virginia LoCastro: 1-5-03, 4-5-05-3
Sharon P. Lockyer: 5-2-06-3
Anne-Marie Londen: 4-4-70
Roberta Lorenzetti: 1-4-11
Brenda Louw: 2-4-06
Mark Lovas: 4-4-20
Carmen López Ferrero: 2-1-06-4
John Lucy: 3-1
Mateusz Luczak: 1-4-29
Kang Kwong Luke: 4-4-27, 4-4-74
Christina Lykou: 2-2-12-4
Marcia Macaulay: 2-4-02
Douglas Macbeth: 2-1-05-3
J. Lachlan Mackenzie: 1-5-07-1
Izabel Magalhães: 2-4-20
Cristina Magro: 2-2-12-3
Shahrzad Mahootian: 5-2-04-1
William C. Mann: 1-4-72
Lelia Marañón: 2-4-08
Trevor Marchand: 4-5-02-1
Michel Marcoccia: 2-4-52
Ibolya Maricic: 1-3-10-2
Juana I. Marín-Arrese: 1-4-21
Ivana Markova: 4-5-01-1
Sophia Marmaridou: 2-1-12-4, 2-5-03-1
Pascale Marro-Clément: 5-1-05-3
Oscar Bladas Marti: 1-4-61
Marilyn Martin-Jones: 4-5-09-2
Francisco Martinez: 4-4-03
Klara Marton: 4-5-12-2
Yael Maschler: 2-3-10-4
Fumiko Masuzawa: 4-4-68
Kazuma Matoba: 2-5-04-3
Tomoko Matsui: 2-2-09-3
Yoshiko Matsumoto: 2-2-10-1, 4-2-10
Anna Mauranen: 4-3-04-3
Claire Maury-Rouan: 1-5-09-1
Madeline Maxwell: 4-3-07-1
Patricia Mayes: 2-5-09-3
Harrie Mazeland: 4-1-03, 4-1-03-3, 4-2-03
Anne Mäntynen: 4-4-07
Ann-Christin Månsson: 1-3-05-2
Brian E. McBride: 4-1-01-4
Allyssa McCabe: 4-3-08-1
Kevin McKenzie: 2-4-79
Meghan McKinnie: 4-4-53
Andrew McMichael: 4-5-02-4
Mary Elaine Meagher: 5-1-12-2
Peter Medway: 4-5-06, 4-5-06-1
Teresa M. Meehan: 1-4-22
Birgitta Meex: 4-3-02-1
Christiane Meierkord: 2-2-08, 2-3-08, 2-5-08, 2-5-08-4
Boris Mets: 4-1-07-3
Jacob L. Mey: 4-4-62
Sarah Michaels: 1-3-01-3
Johanna Miecznikowski-Fünfschilling: 4-5-11-3, 5-2-07-2
Melanie Mikes: 1-4-41
Masahiko Minami: 2-4-18
Liliana Minaya-Rowe: 1-4-37
Mirjana Miskovic: 2-4-27
Yoshimi Miyake-Loh: 2-3-08-4
Yuko Miyazoe-Wong:
Marina Mizzau: 1-4-11
Sophie Moirand: 2-1-06-3
Luke Moissinac: 2-1-02-2
Silvia Molina: 1-4-21
Lorenza Mondada: 4-5-11, 4-5-11-3, 5-1-07, 5-1-07-2, 5-2-07
Annie Montaut: 5-2-10, 5-2-10-4
Nicolina Montessori: 1-4-62
Jacques Montredon: 4-1-06-3
Chiara Maria Monzoni: 4-3-08-2
Esperanza Morales-López: 2-4-32
Edwiges Morato: 5-2-07-3
Aliyah Morgenstern: 4-5-01-2
Junko Mori: 1-5-11-2
Tanja Mortelmans: 2-2-06-3
Jesús Moya: 1-4-21
Peter Muntigl: 5-2-03-4
Jorge Murcia-Serra: 1-3-08-2
Ilana Mushin: 4-4-16
Michel Musiol: 2-1-08, 5-1-05-2
Katja Müller: 4-5-11-3
Simone Müller: 1-5-12-1, 4-4-76
Marie J. Myers: 1-4-43
Carol Myers-Scotton: 2-5-07-4, 5-1-04-3
John Myhill: 4-4-29
Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy: 1-3-08, 1-3-08-3, 1-5-08, 4-5-08
Seungho Nam: 4-2-02-5
P. Bhaskaran Nayar: 2-2-12-2
JoAnne Neff van Aertselaer: 1-4-21, 4-4-03
Jodi Nelms: 4-4-61
François Nemo: 2-2-09-4
Ulrika Nettelbladt: 4-5-12-3
Maurice Nevile: 2-2-05-2
Enikö Németh: 2-1-10, 2-1-10-3, 2-2-10, 2-3-10
Nóra Németh: 4-4-01
Patrick Ng: 2-1-01-3
Tarja Nikula: 5-1-11-2
Malvina Nissim: 1-5-08-4
María Valentina Noblia: 1-4-52
Neal Norrick: 5-1-06, 5-1-06-1, 5-2-06
Sigrid Norris: 2-1-04-3
Mariluci Novaes: 4-2-09-2
Jan Nuyts: 1-3-07, 1-5-07
Patricia O'Connor: 2-1-04, 2-2-04, 2-2-04-1
Sarah Louise Oates: 2-4-22
Loraine K. Obler: 2-3-12
Margaret Akinyi Obondo: 4-2-04-3
Terrence Odlin: 2-1-03-4
Amy Snyder Ohta: 4-4-49
Kaoru Ohta: 1-4-25
Etsuko Oishi: 4-4-15
Shigeko Okamoto: 4-2-11-2
Ana Maria Olezza: 1-4-37
Elite Olshtain: 2-4-44
Eva Codó i Olsina: 2-4-28
Luca Oppizzi: 4-5-11-4
Anne Salazar Orvig: 4-5-01, 4-5-01-4
Cajsa Ottesjö: 1-4-12
Nicky Owtram: 2-4-58
Jan-Ola Östman: 4-1-10, 4-2-10, 4-2-10-4, 4-3-10
Seyda Özcaliskan: 1-4-57
Carla Paciotto: 4-5-09-3
Elena Paducheva: 4-3-05-2
Renate Pajusalu: 1-5-06-3
Xiaping Pan: 2-1-01-4
Yuling Pan: 2-1-04, 2-2-04
Klaus-Uwe Panther: 4-1-11, 4-1-11-1, 4-2-11, 4-3-11
Isabella Paoletti: 4-1-07-2
Dimitris Papazachariou: 2-4-66
Tunde Papp: 2-1-03, 2-1-03-3
Montserrat Pérez i Parent: 4-4-56
Ana Pasztor: 4-5-10-1
Donna Patrick: 4-5-09-4
Aneta Pavlenko: 2-1-03-2, 5-2-08
Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou: 4-3-07-3
Viktor I. Pekar: 4-3-02-2
Péter Pelyvás: 2-3-10-1
Maria Cristina Da Cunha Pereira: 4-4-54
Maria das Graças Dias Pereira: 4-4-39
Maria Fausta Pereira de Castro: 4-2-09-3
Michael R. Perkins: 5-1-09-2
Carole Peterson: 4-3-08-1
Miriam Petruck: 4-1-10, 4-2-10, 4-3-10
Nicolene Pieterse: 2-4-06
Arja Piirainen-Marsh: 2-4-80
Ingrid Piller: 5-1-08, 5-2-08, 5-2-08-1
Anna Oller Piqué: 4-4-45
Elena Pizzuto: 2-3-02-3
Brigitte Planken: 4-2-01-1
Csaba Pléh: 1-2-1, 1-3-08, 2-2-02-3
Alexander Pollak: 4-4-52
Diane Ponterotto: 5-1-10-2
Radmila Popovic: 2-4-10
Sylvie Porhiel: 5-1-12-1
Jonathan Potter: 4-3-03-3
David Poveda: 4-2-07-2
George Powell: 2-3-06-1
Tvrtko Prcic: 2-3-10-2
Sabine Prechter: 4-4-66
Gabriela Prego-Vazquez: 2-4-60
Christiane Preneron: 4-5-01-2
Joanneke Prenger: 4-4-47
Béatrice Priego-Valverde: 1-5-09-2
Tom Priestly: 4-4-53
Rosa Prieto: 4-4-03
Ming-Ming Pu: 1-4-44
Margarida Bassols Puig: 2-5-10-1
Ma. Teresa Pulido: 4-4-12
Uta M. Quasthoff: 4-1-08, 4-2-08, 4-3-08, 4-3-08-3
Mihaly Racsmany: 2-2-02-3
Günter Radden: 4-3-11-1
Biljana Radic: 1-4-34
Kanavillil Rajagopalan: 2-1-12, 2-1-12-3, 2-2-12
Jaromira Rakusan: 1-4-01
Ben Rampton:
Mark Rapley: 4-1-03-1
Gisela Redeker: 2-4-19
Kenneth Reeder: 4-4-04
Elisabeth El Refaie: 5-1-01-2
Matthias Rehm: 5-2-09-1
Andrea Ágnes Reményi: 2-4-78, 5-2-11
Rhona Retief: 1-4-24
Zita Réger: 1-3-01-2
Montserrat Ribas: 1-4-70
Juan-Pedro Rica: 4-4-03
Elizabeth M. Riddle: 4-4-43
Nienke Rijnbeek: 4-2-01-3
Mark Risjord: 2-5-12-3
Ángel Rivìere: 4-4-50
Dilwyn Roberts-Young: 4-5-09-2
Dolores Rodríguez: 4-4-12
Katharina Rohlfing-Kubetzki: 2-2-02-4, 5-2-09-1
Luisa Martín Rojo: 2-2-03-3
Ana Patricia Rona: 4-2-05-2
Laurent Rouveyrol: 1-5-09-3
Sylvie Roy: 4-3-09-3
Raissa Rozina: 2-3-10-3
Sükriye Ruhi: 2-3-07-2
Suellen Rundquist: 4-4-10
Josef Ruppenhofer: 4-2-10-2
Scott Saft: 2-3-11-1
Tomoko I. Sakita: 2-5-11-2
Chikako Sakurai: 2-5-01-3
Raphael Salkie: 2-3-09-3
Marie-Anne Sallandre: 4-3-06-2
Andrea Sansò: 2-4-33
Srikant Sarangi: 2-4-59
Laure Sarda: 4-3-02-4
Michiko Sasaki: 4-5-05-4
Lioudmila Savinitch: 2-1-08-3
Marina Sbisà: 2-2-08-2
Susanne Scheiter: 2-5-04-2
Hans-Jörg Schmid: 1-4-77
Axel Schmidt: 2-5-05-2
Simone Schnall: 5-1-10-3
Guido Schnieders: 2-4-03
Michael F. Schober: 4-4-35, 5-1-11-3
Andreas Schramm: 4-5-07-3
Scott Schwenter: 2-4-31
Ron Scollon: 2-1-01-4, 2-3-03-3
Suzanne Wong Scollon: 2-2-04-3
Ylva Hård af Segerstad: 4-4-37
Silvana Serrani-Infante: 4-2-09-4
Ken-ichi Seto: 4-3-11-1
Pieter A.M. Seuren: 4-1-05-2
Petr Sgall: 2-1-09-4
Ghanshyam Sharma: 1-4-26
Wes Sharrock: 2-1-05-1
Amy Sheldon: 2-5-05-3
Yuan Shi: 1-5-10-2
Shi-xu: 2-3-04-2
Kaori Shibatani: 2-4-18
Yuka Shigemiitsu: 2-5-01-2
Kazuko Shinohara: 4-2-02-1
Alexei Shmelev: 4-3-05-3
Grigori Sidorov: 1-3-08-4
Inês Signorini: 2-1-12-2
Anne Catherine Simon: 1-3-02, 1-3-02-3
Mandy Simon: 4-4-42
Rajendra Singh: 2-3-07-3
Claude Sionis: 4-3-04, 4-5-04
Sarah Slabbert: 2-5-07-1
Melissa Smith: 2-1-02-2
Sara W. Smith: 1-5-12-1, 2-2-08-3
Edward Snajdr: 2-4-74
Sufumi So: 2-5-01-1
Karin Sode-Woodhead: 1-4-76
Richard Sohmer: 1-3-01-3
Maria Rosa Solé: 2-1-02-4
Torgrim Solstad: 2-1-10-1
Erika Solyom: 1-4-17
Kyong-Sook Song: 2-4-55
Christine Sorsana: 2-1-08-4
Helen Spencer-Oatey: 2-1-01-3, 4-4-77
Alice Spitz: 1-4-60
Thomas Spranz-Fogasy: 2-2-08-4
Richard A. Sprott: 1-4-68
Heinz Stark: 3-2-2
Jacqueline Ann Stark: 1-3-05, 1-5-05, 1-5-05-1
Hanne-Pernille Stax: 1-4-16
Ariadna Stefanescu: 4-4-33
Anatol Stefanowitsch: 4-1-11-3
Anna-Brita Stenström: 1-4-14
Andrei Stoevsky: 2-4-39
Dolores Straker: 5-1-03-2
Susan Strauss:
Anna Ström: 4-1-02-3
Kyung-Hee Suh: 1-4-07
Malgorzata Suszczynska: 1-5-12
Chikako Suzuki: 1-4-27
Soteria Svorou: 4-5-02-3
Masao Tada: 4-4-13
Liisa Tainio: 4-2-03-4
Kumiko Takahara: 4-4-34
Mika Takahashi: 4-1-06-4
Hiroko Takanashi: 2-3-01-3
Makiko Takekuro: 2-3-01-2
Michiko Takeuchi: 2-2-09-2
Ing-Marie Tallberg: 1-5-05-2
Hiroko Tanaka: 4-2-03-3
Maria Tarantino: 4-5-04-2
László Tarnay: 4-5-04-3, 5-1-12
Liliane Tasmowski: 4-3-01
Hedwig F.M. te Molder: 4-3-03-2
Paul ten Have: 2-1-05, 2-2-05, 2-2-05-3
Jan ten Thije: 2-3-04, 2-3-04-4, 2-5-04
Marya Teutsch-Dwyer: 5-2-08-2
Alan Thompson: 2-2-01-3
Roger Thompson: 1-4-21
Sandra A. Thompson: 1-4-72
Linda Thornburg: 4-1-11, 4-1-11-1, 4-2-11, 4-3-11
Ulla Tiililä: 4-4-40
Maurizio Tirassa: 5-1-09-3
Svetlana Toldova: 1-5-08-3
Guillermo Andrés Toledo: 2-4-24
Michael Tomasello: 5-3-2
Halima Touré: 5-1-03-3
Joanne Traynor: 1-3-10-4
Jesus Romero Trillo: 1-5-03-1
Shonna L. Trinch: 1-4-69
Alain Trognon: 5-1-05, 5-1-05-1
Aoi Tsuda: 4-4-30
Tomoko Tsujimoto: 4-4-11
Lubov Tsurikova: 1-4-45
Ken Turner: 2-1-09, 2-1-09-1, 2-2-09, 2-3-09
Paaige K. Turner: 4-4-63
Andrea Tyler: 4-3-02-3
Angeliki Tzanne: 4-5-06-2
Kayoko Uemura: 2-5-01-4
Margaret Urban: 4-2-10-2
Mayumi Usami: 1-4-08
Niels van der Mast: 4-5-06-4
Teun A. van Dijk: 2-2-03-1
J.M.P. van Haastrecht: 1-4-36
Theo van Leeuwen: 2-5-03, 5-1-01-3
Frank van Meurs: 4-2-01-1, 4-2-01-2
Carel van Wijk: 4-2-01-3, 4-2-01-4
Ildikó Vaskó: 2-2-10-3, 4-5-10
Marie-Thérèse Vasseur: 4-5-01-3
Irena Vassileva: 4-4-26
Kees van der Veer: 4-1-03-2
Edy Veneziano: 4-5-12-1
Daniela Veronesi: 1-4-40
M. H. Verspoor: 1-4-33
Amadeu Viana: 5-2-06-2
Marta Torres Vilatarsana: 4-4-72
Ingedore Grünfeld Villaça-Koch: 5-2-07-1
Elaine W. Vine: 4-1-07-1
Robert Vion: 1-3-09, 1-5-09, 1-5-09-4
Tuija Virtanen: 1-3-10, 1-3-10-1, 1-5-10
Maria Francisca Lier-De Vitto: 4-2-09-1
Doris E. Martinez Vizcarrondo: 4-4-14
Virginia Volterra: 2-3-02-3
Olga P. Vorobyova: 4-4-59
Yvonne Waern: 4-1-01-3
Luuk Van Waes: 4-2-01-3
Christina Reuterskiöld Wagner: 4-5-12-3
Johannes Wagner: 1-3-11, 1-3-11-1, 1-5-11
Richard Waltereit: 2-4-57
Claudia M. Wanderley: 2-4-67
Noriko Watanabe: 2-5-09-1
Suwako Watanabe: 2-5-09, 2-5-09-2
Michel Wauthion: 1-3-02, 1-3-02-5
Li Wei: 2-3-01, 2-3-01-1, 2-4-01, 2-5-01
Kenneth J. Weiss: 1-4-51
Timothy Wharton: 2-3-06-3
Ronnie Wilbur: 2-5-02-3
Ray Wilkinson: 4-5-03-4
Rodney Williamson: 5-2-01-2
Deirdre Wilson: 2-5-06-2, 4-3-01
John Wilson: 2-3-04-2
Mae Lombos Wlazlinski: 4-1-04-2
Ruth Wodak: 2-2-03, 2-3-03, 2-3-03-2, 2-5-03
Bencie Woll: 5-1-08-3
Robin Wooffitt: 5-2-03-2
Doreen Dongying Wu: 2-1-01-2
Rolf Wynn: 1-5-02-3
Tatyana Yakhontova: 1-4-18
Mutsumi Yamamoto: 2-4-68
Nobuhiko Yamanaka: 4-4-64
Sayoko Yamashita: 2-4-40
Toru Yamashita: 1-4-56
Katsuhiro Yamazumi: 2-3-05-2
Miwako Yanagisawa: 2-4-26
Tatyana Yanko: 1-4-31
Keumsil Kim Yoon: 2-4-36
Lindsay Amthor Yotsukura: 2-5-09-4
Ming-chung Yu: 1-4-66
Vera Zabotkina: 1-4-46
Neda Zafaranian-Sharpe: 2-4-71
Igor Z. Zagar: 2-1-11, 2-1-11-1, 2-2-11, 2-3-11
Michal Zak: 2-4-44
Yantao Zeng: 4-5-08-3
Mara Sophia T. Zanotto: 2-5-10-2
Anna Zbierska-Sawala: 2-4-72
Vladimir Zegarac: 4-1-12-3
Yantao Zeng: 4-5-08-3
Svetlana A. Zhabotinska: 4-3-04-1
Shaojie Zhang: 1-4-35
Wei Zhang: 4-4-27
Minglang Zhou: 2-3-07-4
Debra Ziegeler: 4-2-11-1
Unoka Zsolt: 4-1-08-3
David Zubin: 4-3-11-2
Patricia Zukow-Goldring: 2-3-02-4