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Hawai‘i Imin International Conference Center
University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawai‘i

17th International Conference on Pragmatics & Language Learning

POSTER SESSIONS

Tuesday, March 27, 2007, 12:00-2:00 pm

Wailana Room

POSTER TITLES:
PRESENTER(S):
Repair in the talk at play of an ESL child
Machiko Achiba (Tokyo Woman's Christian University)
Studying NS use of formulas for L2 formula research
Beatrix Burghardt, Edelmira Nickels, Maria-Thereza Bastos, & Eric Chappetto (Indiana University)
Gender, work experience, and Japanese polite language usage
Yumiko Enyo (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
Online-based self-access tool for the study of L2 pragmatics
Seiji Fukazawa & Kenneth Fordyce (Hiroshima University)
Reconsideration on repair sequences in second language conversations
Chie Fukuda (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
I don’t want the f*ing juice!
Roberta Golliher (Miyazaki International College)
Pragmatic analysis of pitch perception of politeness in JSL learners
Mie Hiramoto (University of Arizona) & Cody Robbins (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
The using of MSN parting in Taiwanese younger generation
Hsin Yi Huang (National HsinChu University of Education)
Style shift in Korean pedagogical discourse: Implications for socialization
Kyu-hyun Kim (Kyung Hee University) & Kyung-Hee Suh (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Pragmatic transfer in learners of Spanish as L2
Jeremy King (Louisiana State University)
A comparison between DCT and role-play via compliment responses
Myong Hui Ko (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
Semantic-pragmatic difficulties of EFL learners: A grammaticalization theory perspective
Ngar Wai Joanne Lau (Macao Polytechnic Institute)
Pragmatic competence of school children with different ages
Le-khim Lee (National Hsinchu University of Education)
Individual differences in learner performance of discourse particles and formulas
Helena Lindqvist & Fanny Forsberg (Stockholm University)
L2 speakers’ repair strategies to “clear up” misunderstanding in web-text-chat
Ritsuko Narita (Macalester College)
“I can’t because I’ll be in trouble with Grandma”: How street vending craftsmen negotiate price in Bogota
Angela Pinilla-Herrera (University of Minnesota)
Implementing a video-based pragmatics method
John Rylander & Jim King (Kansai Gaidai University)
Motivations for choice of register in Japanese foreigner discourse
Zofia Stankiewicz (Tokyo University)
Effects of task-based instruction on the development of pragmatic proficiency
Masahiro Takimoto (Tezukayama University)
What kinds of pragmatic information are included in language textbooks
Donna Tatsuki (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies) & Yuriko Kite (Kansai University)
Requests by Australian learners of Mandarin Chinese
Lina Wu & Carsten Roever (University of Melbourne)
Disagreement and prosody: A cross-cultural and cross-linguistic perspective Malcah Yaeger-Dror (University of Arizona), Shoji Takano (Hokusei University), Thea Strand (University of Arizona), & Feng-Hsi Liu (University of Arizona)
A Web-based tool for teaching pragmatic aspects of L2: www.talkpoint.org
Emi Yamanaka (Harvard University)

 

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