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  • Author:
    Vijay Singh Thakur
  • ISBN:
    8174451749
  • ISBN13:
    978-8174451743
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  • Publisher:
    Mohit (2002)
  • Pages:
    22 pages
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The book provides a sociolinguistic profile of politeness, tact and etiquette in communication in general and the use of the greeting system of English and Hindi in particular.

The book provides a sociolinguistic profile of politeness, tact and etiquette in communication in general and the use of the greeting system of English and Hindi in particular. With a theoretical background of politeness strategies, cooperative principle, and speech act theory, and an in-depth description and contrastive analysis of the structure, functions and various socio-cultural implications of most basic and important speech act of greeting, the book aims to make a positive contribution to the fields of sociolinguistics, pragmatics and pedagogical linguistics.

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List Price : US$ 3. 4 Our Price : US$ 2. 5. The book presents a sociolinguistic profile of politeness, tact and etiquette in communication in general and the greeting machinery of English and Hindi in particular. You Save 20% + FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE. With a theoretical background of politeness strategies, co-operative principle and speech act theory, the in-depth description and contrastive analysis of the structure, functions and various socio-cultural implications of an important speech act of greeting makes a positive contribution to the fields of sociolinguistics, pragmatics and pedagogical linguistics.

By Charles A. Ferguson, Thom Huebner. The inception, development, and of a field of inquiry such as sociolinguistics involves the adoption of a label to set it apart from related fields, the publication of a body of literature articulating its assumptions, goals and methodologies, the design of courses to transmit this body of information to subsequent generations, and the establishment of organizations and conferences to facilitate communication among.

Class and occupation are among the most important linguistic markers found in society. According to Basil Bernstein, the restricted code exemplified the predominance of extraverbal communication, with an emphasis on interpersonal connection over individual expression.

A sociolinguistic perspective on L2 communication strategies Ben Rampton 13. Communication strategies in an interactional context: The mutual achievement of comprehension Jessica Williams, Rebecca Inscoe. Communication strategies in an interactional context: The mutual achievement of comprehension Jessica Williams, Rebecca Inscoe, and Thomas Tasker 14. Communication strategies at work Johannes Wagner and Alan Firth 1. Communication Strategies: Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic Perspectives. oceedings{ionSP, title {Communication Strategies: Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic Perspectives}, author {Gabriele Kasper and Eric Kellerman}, year {1997} }.

The metapragmatics of politeness in Israeli society. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Written Communication, 6, 312–39. Harnish, Robert M. (e.

Politeness is a challenging, insightful, and provocative approach to the study of politeness phenomena. Canadian Journal of Sociology Online a valuable overview of the literature. I would recommend it to anyone interested and/or working in and/or on politeness as a linguistic object.

Sociolinguistics has become an increasingly important and popular field of study, as certain cultures around the world expand their communication base and intergroup and interpersonal relations take on escalating significance.

The concepts of social communication, including interpersonal and political, and verbal aggression were defined. There were described the social and ethical consequences of using aggressive linguistic means against a political opponent and writing the brutal verbal fight in the ritual of governance.