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Jucker, Andreas H.

Overview
Works: 137 works in 414 publications in 4 languages and 21,840 library holdings
Genres: History  Conference papers and proceedings  Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Roles: Author, Editor, dgs, Thesis advisor, Other, Creator
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Most widely held works by Andreas H Jucker
Discourse markers : descriptions and theory by Andreas H Jucker( )

19 editions published between 1996 and 1998 in English and held by 1,630 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Studies of Discourse Markers so far have concentrated on either the descriptive or the theoretical parameter. This book brings together thirteen papers concerning aspects of lexical instantiations of Discourse Marking devices, ranging from functional descriptions along cognitive, attitudinal, interactive and structure signalling lines to theoretical issues arising from various properties discourse markers display cross-linguistically. Data from English, Finnish, Hebrew, Korean, and Japanese are examined. Also addressed are questions concerning overall accounts, potential sub-classifications, possible form-function correlations and the appropriateness of such frameworks as Relevance Theory for their description. Interestingly, features evident in the distribution and use of lexical discourse markers are shown to affect the assessment of such theoretical constructs as the distinction between conceptual and procedural meaning. A more sophisticated picture emerges than a simple dichotomy between the two. Studies of the grammar of Discourse Markers hence would have to take the observations and suggestions raised in this collection of papers into account
News interviews : a pragmalinguistic analysis by Andreas H Jucker( )

19 editions published in 1986 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,622 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jucker endeavors to test pragmatic concepts (such as Grice's principles of conversational inference) by applying them to concrete data. This application leads to suggestions for various modifications in the available pragmatic methodology. While pursuing this theoretical goal, he makes a significant contribution to descriptive pragmatics by offering a detailed picture of linguistically relevant aspects of news interviews, which show communicative behavior in 'laboratory conditions' where as many influencing factors as possible are kept stable while the influence of one specific factor at a tim
Early modern English news discourse : newspapers, pamphlets and scientific news discourse by CHINED (Conference)( )

19 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 1,506 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In Early Modern Britain, new publication channels were developed and new textual genres established themselves. News discourse became increasingly more important and reached wider audiences, with pamphlets as the first real mass media. Newspapers appeared, first on a weekly and then on a daily basis. And scientific news discourse in the form of letters exchanged between fellow scholars turned into academic journals. The papers in this volume provide state-of-the art analyses of these developments
Historical pragmatics : pragmatic developments in the history of English by Andreas H Jucker( )

18 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 1,506 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Until very recently, pragmatics has been restricted to the analysis of contemporary spoken language while historical linguistics has studied historical texts and language change in a decontextualized way. This has now radically changed and scholars from around the world are trying to build a new theoretical framework that integrates recent advances both in pragmatics and in historical linguistics. The volume, which contains 22 original articles, starts with an introduction that is both a state-of-the-art account of historical pragmatics and a programmatic statement of its future potential and its different subfields. Part I contains seven pragmaphilological papers that deal with historical texts and their interpretations by paying close attention to the communicative context of these texts. The second and third parts comprise papers in diachronic pragmatics. The ten papers of part II take a linguistic form as their starting point, e.g. particular lexical items or syntactic constructions, and study their pragmatic functions at different times (diachronic form-to-function mappings), while the four papers of part III take a particular pragmatic function as their starting point, e.g. discourse strategies or politeness, and study their linguistic realisation at different times (diachronic function-to-form mappings)
Historical dialogue analysis by Andreas H Jucker( )

15 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 1,432 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Historical dialogue analysis is a new branch of historical pragmatics. The papers of this interdisciplinary volume contribute to charting the developing field by presenting a survey of recent research from the different traditions of English, German and Romance language studies. Both the introductory paper by the editors and the individual papers deal with fundamental theoretical questions, e.g. the question of types of historical developments in dialogue forms, and methodological problems, e.g. the finding and interpretation of relevant data. The fifteen case studies presented in this volume pr
Speech acts in the history of English( )

15 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 1,429 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Did earlier speakers of English use the same speech acts that we use today? Did they use them in the same way? How did they signal speech act values and how did they negotiate them in case of uncertainty? These are some of the questions that are addressed in this volume in innovative case studies that cover a wide range of speech acts from Old English to Present-day English. All the studies offer careful discussions of methodological and theoretical issues as well as detailed descriptions of specific speech acts. The first part of the volume is devoted to directives and commissives, i.e. speech acts such as requests, commands and promises. The second part is devoted to expressives and assertives and deals with speech acts such as greetings, compliments and apologies. The third part, finally, contains technical reports that deal primarily with the problem of extracting speech acts from historical corpora."--Jacket
Current issues in relevance theory by International Pragmatics Conference( )

11 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 1,405 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The eleven original papers collected in this volume address themselves to some of the central issues in the relevance theoretic research programme since the 1995 publication of the second edition of Sperber and Wilson's Relevance. Communication and Cognition. Several papers investigate the distinction between conceptual and procedural meaning in order to account for the semantics of discourse connectives, for the role of intonation in utterance interpretation, and for focus phenomena. Other papers explore the role of the relevance theoretic notion of metarepresentation in utterance interpretat
Diachronic perspectives on address term systems( )

18 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 1,393 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Topics covered in this volume include: the system of Czech bound address forms until 1700; Spanish forms of address in the 16th century; and pronominal usage in Shakespeare
Historical pragmatics( )

16 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and Swedish and held by 1,273 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This new landmark series of nine self-contained handbooks provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the entire field of pragmatics. It is based on a wide conception of pragmatics as the study of intentional human interaction in social and cultural contexts. The series reflects, appraises and structures a field that is exceptionally vast, unusually heterogeneous and still rapidly expanding. In-depth articles by leading experts from around the world discuss the foundations, major theories and most recent developments of pragmatics including philosophical, cognitive, sociocultural, contrastive and diachronic perspectives
Corpora : pragmatics and discourse : papers from the 29th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME 29), Ascona, Switzerland, 14-18 May 2008 by International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora( )

11 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 1,177 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Social stylistics : syntactic variation in British newspapers by Andreas H Jucker( )

16 editions published in 1992 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,119 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Social Stylistics : Syntactic Variation in British Newspapers
Diachronic corpus pragmatics by Andreas H Jucker( )

10 editions published in 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 985 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Based on a corpus of Old Spanish texts, the discourse traditions of counselling are analysed within the framework of diachronic corpus pragmatics and dialogue analysis. On a methodological level, the study distinguishes three types of pragmatics and offers a clear-cut distinction between language change and cultural changes in the realm of discourse traditions. In order to clearly define the different interaction patterns in these dialogues, the qualitative approach of traditional philology is combined with quantitative methods that extract lexical clusters which are typical of counselling dia
Pragmatics of fiction( )

14 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 943 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume provides state-of-the-art accounts of a broad range of pragmatic research on fictional language, covering not only written genres, but also drama and telecinematic discourse. It is concerned with the ways in which communication is depicted or enacted in fiction and with the larger communicative context of the texts. Topics range from the participation framework, genre and style to oral features, (im)politeness and invented languages
Meaning in the history of English : words and texts in context( )

12 editions published in 2013 in English and and held by 938 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This article explores the use of evidentials, or markers of source of information in witness depositions from England in the period 1680-1710. By comparing the results with those from a previous study on the Salem witch trials (Grund 2012), I point to significant similarities in the linguistic forms and deployment of markers signaling sensory evidence, inference, assumption, and quotatives (i.e. information based on what other people have said). I also demonstrate the importance of considering the socio-historical and situational context in the interpretation of the evidentials: the legal sett
Communities of practice in the history of English( )

8 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 926 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Languages change and they keep changing as a result of communicative interactions and practices in the context of communities of language users. The articles in this volume showcase a range of such communities and their practices as loci of language change in the history of English. The notion of communities of practice takes its starting point in the work of Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger and refers to groups of people defined both through their membership in a community and through their shared practices. Three types of communities are particularly highlighted: networks of letter writers; grou
English historical pragmatics by Andreas H Jucker( )

11 editions published in 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 889 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Historical pragmatics is an emerging branch within linguistics and one of the most versatile fields in the historical study of English. It is placed at the intersection between pragmatics, historical linguistics and neighbouring disciplines like (historical) sociolinguistics. It is at such interfaces where exciting new developments take place. English Historical Pragmatics introduces this field to advanced linguistic students coming to the topic for the first time. It critically evaluates data sources and methodological approaches and takes a broad social pragmatics approach to micro issues within historical pragmatics such as discourse markers, terms of address and actions performed through language. It also covers macro issues of genre, medical and news discourse and fictional literature, and it outlines the underlying principles of language change through grammaticalisation, subjectivisation and pragmaticalisation."--Publisher website
Diachronic perspectives on address term systems( )

3 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 367 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Address term systems and their diachronic developments are discussed in a wide range of European languages in this volume. Most chapters focus on pronominal systems, and in particular on the criteria that govern the choices between a more intimate and a m
Corpora by Andreas H Jucker( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 335 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume presents current state-of-the-art discussions in corpus-based linguistic research of the English language. The papers deal with Present-day English, worldwide varieties of English and the history of the English language. A special focus of the volume are studies in the broad field of corpus pragmatics and corpus-based discourse analysis. It includes corpus-based studies of speech acts, conversational routines, referential expressions and thought styles, as well as studies on the lexis, grammar and semantics of English. And it also includes several studies on technical aspects of co
Communicating early English manuscripts( Book )

7 editions published between 2011 and 2015 in English and held by 162 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In an obvious way, manuscripts communicate. This is the first book to focus on the communicative aspects of English manuscripts from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century. It investigates how the authors and scribes of these manuscripts communicated with their audiences, how the characters depicted in these manuscripts communicate with each other, and how the manuscripts communicate with scholars and audiences in the 21st century. It covers a wide variety of genres, such as stories, scientific writing, witchcraft records, personal letters, war correspondence, courtroom records, and plays. The volume demonstrates how these handwritten texts can be used to analyse the history of language as communication between individuals and groups, and discusses the challenges these documents present to present-day scholars. It is unique in bringing together studies by distinguished international experts examining primary handwritten sources from the perspectives of several fields, including historical pragmatics, historical sociolinguistics, corpus linguistics and literary scholarship"--
Kommunikationsformen im Wandel der Zeit : vom mittelalterlichen Heldenepos zum elektronischen Hypertext by Andreas H Jucker( Book )

11 editions published between 2000 and 2011 in German and held by 134 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The history of forms of communication is a new branch of Historical Pragmatics. The contributions to this volume study continuity and innovation in forms of communication in the Middle Ages, the 17th and 20th century, extending from narrative forms to information and infotainment, advertising, and language teaching. There is a focus on developments in various media, such as 17th century German newspapers and English street ballads, German television commentaries since the 1960s, the use of Spanish in the Internet, and new dimensions in academic teaching with the introduction of modern digital
 
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Early modern English news discourse : newspapers, pamphlets and scientific news discourse
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Early modern English news discourse : newspapers, pamphlets and scientific news discourseHistorical pragmatics : pragmatic developments in the history of EnglishHistorical dialogue analysisSpeech acts in the history of EnglishCurrent issues in relevance theoryDiachronic perspectives on address term systemsHistorical pragmaticsCorpora : pragmatics and discourse : papers from the 29th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME 29), Ascona, Switzerland, 14-18 May 2008
Alternative Names
Jucker, A.H.

Jucker, Andreas 1957-

Languages
English (237)

German (11)

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Swedish (1)