Francesca Bargiela: et al:' Ethnocentrism, Politeness and Naming Strategies'
Chris Christie: 'Politeness and the Linguistic Construction of Gender in Parliament'
Karen Grainger: 'Politeness or Impoliteness?: Verbal Play on the Hospital Ward'
Andrew Merrison: 'Politeness in Task-Oriented Dialogue'
Louise Mullany: '"I don't think you want me to get a word in edgeways, do you John?": Reassessing (im)politeness, language and gender in political broadcast interviews'
Ann Bayraktaroglu and Maria
Sifianou, eds., Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries (Corinne
Boz); Gino Eelen,
A Critique of Politeness Theories (Abdurrahman Hamza); Saeko
Fukushima, Requests and Culture (Andrew Merrison); Helen
Spencer-Oatey, ed., Culturally Speaking (Sara Mills)
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