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Learning second language pragmatics beyond traditional contexts

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Edited By Ariadna Sánchez-Hernández and Ana Herraiz-Martínez

The volume Learning second language pragmatics beyond traditional contexts is a collection of studies dealing with the acquisition of second language pragmatic competence in different learning contexts. Such contexts brought together include technology-mediated contexts (e.g. computer-mediated communication, emails), emerging institutional settings in the European context (e.g. CLIL, English-medium instruction, the multilingual classroom), study abroad settings, and natural contexts (e.g. au-pairing, media contact). Altogether, the contributions attempt to move forward the field of second language pragmatics by accounting for learning settings that have gained importance in the current era of globalization and multiculturalism.
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ARIADNA SÁNCHEZ-HERNÁNDEZ AND ANA HERRAIZ-MARTÍNEZSecond language pragmatics across contexts: An introduction

Section I: Technology-mediated contexts

MARTA GONZÁLEZ-LLORETChapter 1. Pragmatics in technology-mediated contexts

QIONG LI, NAOKO TAGUCHI AND XIAOFEI TANGChapter 2. Pragmatic development via CMC-based data-driven instruction: Chinese sentence final particles

PATRICIA SALAZAR-CAMPILLO AND VICTÒRIA CODINA-ESPURZChapter 3. Politeness in first and follow-up emails to faculty: Openings and closings

Section II: Emerging institutional settings in the European context

JENNIFER AMENT, JÚLIA BARÓN PARÉS AND CARMEN PÉREZ-VIDALChapter 4. A focus on the development of the use of interpersonal pragmatic markers and pragmatic awareness among EMI learners

ANA HERRAIZ-MARTINEZ AND EVA ALCÓN-SOLERChapter 5. English-medium instruction and functional adequacy in L2 writing

NASHWA NASHAAT-SOBHY AND ANA LLINARESChapter 6. CLIL students’ pragmatic competence: a comparison between naturally occurring and elicited requests

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