Fundamentos y modelos del estudio pragmático y sociopragmático del español
Written entirely in Spanish, with Spanish examples, this volume introduces basic pragmatics, methods of analysis, and new thematic areas such as language and the press and globalization. Theoretical explanations combine with practical exercises in each chapter to help students master the subtleties of language use.
About the Authors
Mercedes Niño-Murcia is professor of Hispanic linguistics at the University of Iowa.
"This book is a unique resource for undergraduate and graduate students of Spanish linguistics. Covering fifteen important topics in the realm of sociopragmatics, each one written in Spanish by a specialist in the field and each providing a wealth of textual material intended for student analysis and reflection, this edited volume will surely engage its readers through its lively format and content and at the same time will demonstrate to its readership the theoretical richness and methodological diversity that characterize this field."—Susan Berk-Seligson, professor of Spanish linguistics, Vanderbilt University
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