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Perlocutionary effects and relevance theory
The paper adopts and modifies Austin�s (1962) notion of perlocutionary effects and argues for recognizing the significance of such effects in communication. I draw a parallel between persuasion,Expand
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Relevance Theory: More Than Understanding
The present volume covers a variety of topics which are at the centre of interest in pragmatic research: understanding and believing, reference, politeness, communication problems, stylistics,Expand
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Blind learners and comprehension tasks
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Classical music as a topic of internet communication
Various forms of Internet communication are perhaps not immediately associated with high culture. However, a number of classical music artists, institutions and events are becoming increasinglyExpand
Cognitive functioning of a blind student in a foreign language classroom
This paper deals with the specific character of cognitive functioning of blind children and adolescents with respect to perception, attention, memory, information processing and Theory of Mind. ItExpand