Pragmatics: Order in Speech Acts
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Similar to ethnomethodology (and CA), the pragmatic tradition in the philosophy of language and linguistics, especially SAT, also seeks to study the ‘order’ instead of formalistic representations of the language system in language use. In this chapter, I will examine how order is represented in the pragmatic tradition.
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