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This list is based on CrossRef data as of 01 june Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them. Derek Bousfield. Hardbound — Available Buy now.
Paperback — Available Buy now. This study concerns the nature of impoliteness in face-to-face spoken interaction.
For more than three decades many pragmatic and sociolinguistic studies of interaction have considered politeness to be one central explanatory concept governing and underpinning face-to-face interaction. Politeness' "evil twin" impoliteness has been largely neglected until only very recently. This book, the first of its kind on the subject, considers the role that impoliteness has to play by drawing extracts from a range of discourse types car parking disputes, army and police training, police-public interactions and kitchen discourse.
The study considers the triggering of impoliteness; explores the dynamic progression of impolite exchanges, and examines the way in which such exchanges come to some form of resolution. Chapter 6. The dynamics of impoliteness I: Dynamics at the utterance level.
Chapter 7. The dynamics of impoliteness II: Dynamics at the discoursal level. Chapter 8. The dynamics of impoliteness III: Exploiting the rules of the turn taking system. Bousfield does an excellent job of showing how impoliteness strategies combine via textual examples and persuasively argues that such strategies do not occur in isolation.
The data discussed are entertaining and are used in a succinct manner to demonstrate the intended phenomenon. The book is intended primarily as a reference for those doing research in these areas but would also fit nicely in a graduate-level seminar on politeness, social interaction or pragmatics. Overall, I recommend Impoliteness in Interaction as an illuminating, entertaining and well-researched read that sheds light on a much ignored area of social interaction.
Sandra J. In addition, Bousfield's book should be of interest to interpersonal communication reseachers who study the dark side of interpersonal life. In providing a rich, nuanced sense of how people challenge, criticize, and attack each other in institutional relationships, his work offers a template that may aid researchers interested in these communicative conduct issues in close relationships.
There is a long tradition of research on 'politeness' but there is no full-length work on impoliteness available. Impoliteness in Interaction fills the research gap in the study of linguistic politeness, and is accessible to general students. It provides clear guidelines on how to analyse impoliteness and blazes a trail for a more data-drive type of politeness research. Examination copy. No author info given Typology of impoliteness strategies in the discourse of W. The Journal of V.
Methods of Foreign Language Teaching Heterogeneous distribution of cultural conceptualizations and im politeness evaluations. International Journal of Language and Culture Locher, Miriam In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics ,. Abhishek, Kumar Kashyap Aijmer, Karin Politeness markers in English for business purposes textbook.
Allan, Keith Amri, Kais Archer, Dawn Badarneh, Muhammad A. Performing acts of impoliteness through code-switching to English in colloquial Jordanian Arabic interactions. Pragmatics and Society Bell, Nancy D. Bella, Spyridoula A contrastive study of apologies performed by Greek native speakers and English learners of Greek as a foreign language.
Bobin, Joanna Bonacchi, Silvia Face attack in Italian politics. Bousfield, Derek In The International Encyclopedia of Communication ,. Brown, Lucien Bryan, Eric Shane Culpeper, Jonathan Linguistic impoliteness and religiously aggravated hate crime in England and Wales. Danielewicz-Betz, Anna Dekhissi, Laurie, F.
Neveu, G. Bergounioux, M. Fournier, L. Alsic :Vol. Dynel, Marta Beyond a Joke: Types of Conversational Humour. Theoretically on Mock Politeness in English and Italian. Eller, Monika Managing conflict originated by feminism.
Address practices in academic interactions in a pluricentric language. Gavins, Joanna Regina v John Terry: The discursive construction of an alleged racist event. Giles, Renuka M. Pell Frontiers in Communication 4. The construction of conflict talk across workplace contexts: towards a theory of conflictual compact. Harris, Sandra Hassan, Bahaa-eddin A. Accusations and interpersonal conflict in televised multi-party interactions amongst speakers of Argentinian and Peninsular Spanish.
Holmes, Janet Horgan, Mervyn Everyday incivility and the urban interaction order. Urban interaction ritual. Horst, Pim van der Doe zelf eens normaal, communistische smeris!
House, Juliane Im politeness in cross-cultural encounters. Hugou, Vincent Hultgren, Anna Kristina Jobert, Manuel Lexis :HS 2. Jucker, Andreas In Politeness in the History of English ,. Jucker, Andreas H. Intergroup rudeness and the metapragmatics of its negotiation in online discussion fora. Koczogh, Helga Vanda Kumar, Ritesh Heckling — A mimetic-interpersonal perspective. Lee, Sungbom
Impoliteness in Interaction
Imagine a situation in which a woman comes out of a store following a not-so-quick visit to pick up a prescription and sees a parking enforcement officer putting a boot on her car. Two other impolite-likely situations are also foci: the training of military recruits and exchanges between a head chef and employees in a Michelin-star-pursuing restaurant. Using analysis of transcribed exchanges from these three types of situations, Bousfield develops a context-grounded theory of impoliteness. Impoliteness is all about