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Tag Archives: Language and Linguistics

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  • 31
    Oct

    2022

    Discourse Syntax

    Why a textbook? For both of us, Discourse Syntax is our first textbook. We have both published critical monographs, research articles, and chapters for edited volumes, but, after two decades in...

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  • 21
    Apr

    2022

    Hey, so does this book on silence consist of 334...

    Ha ha ha, no, in between the many examples of silence in writing (classic and other), in dialogues, in public exchanges as well as in intersubjective conversations, comes speech: words and paragraphs...

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  • 17
    Jun

    2020

    Interactional Rituals: Covidiotism

    Before we venture into a detailed analysis of interactional rituals and distance keeping, an interesting phenomenon worth considering is ‘covidiotism’ and its relationship with interactional rituals....

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  • 10
    Jun

    2020

    Interactional Rituals: The typology of...

    When we examine the relationship between interactional rituals and social distancing, we need to ask ourselves what type of ritual we are dealing with. Dániel Kádár (2013) distinguished 4 types of...

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  • 10
    Jun

    2020

    Interactional Rituals: COVID-19 – The Historical...

    Why are interactional rituals such an integral part of our daily lives? This is a particularly interesting question and one which is worth investigating. Rituals have existed since the dawn of humanity...

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  • 3
    Jun

    2020

    Introduction: What are Rituals?

    Successful social distancing is, in our view, of equal importance in the fight against the coronavirus as the development of a vaccine. It raises difficulties from both an academic and a practical point...

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