Re: [code-switching] references about CS and conflict management
- Greetings, Sergio. I apologize for the delay in my
response, but I wanted to pass on a few additional
Ashley Williams and I each have an article in the
Journal of Pragmatics that touch on these topics, and
I have a couble of articles that look at the topic of
codeswitching and impoliteness in the negotiation of
Here is the information:
Williams, Ashley. 2005. Fighting words and challenging
expectations: language alternation and social roles in
a family dispute. Journal of Pragmatics 37: 317-328.
Cashman, Holly R. 2005. Identities at play: language
preference and group membership in bilingual
talk-in-interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 37 (3):
Cashman, Holly R. 2006. Impoliteness in childrens
interactions in a Spanish/English bilingual community
of practice. Journal of Politeness Research 2(2):
Cashman, Holly R. 2005. Aggravation and disagreement:
a case study of a bilingual, cross-sex dispute.
Southwest Journal of Linguistics 24(1).
In addition, Ashley and I are co-editing a special
issue of the journal Multilingua with the title
"Accomplishing Identity in Bilingual Interaction".
Although it won't be out until 2008, a few of the
articles in the special issue will touch on the topics
of disagreement and conflict.
Best of luck with your research, and do not hesitate
to contact me if you have any trouble accessing the
Holly R. Cashman
Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202
Tel: (480) 965-4565
Fax: (480) 965-0135
--- sergio pasquandrea <sergiopasquandrea @ yahoo.it>
> Im looking for some reference about code-switching
> and the management of conflict, disagreement,
> arguments, etc., especially in informal settings.
> Im particularly interested in the way this kind of
> phenomena relates with the displaying, ascription
> and negotiation of ethnic identities.
> Im basically working with a CA framework, but any
> kind of contribution would be welcome.
> Thanks in advance
> Sergio Pasquandrea
> Ph.D. student
> University for Foreigners, Perugia (Italy)
- the 1st time in this group; being a member here with
all of you for quite a long time. it's wonderful to
see so many fellow of the same inerest!
my concern is the emotional support in cs.i first
read about the pragmatic and sociological aspects of
cs. later we see something in Halliday's work. mostly
i need your help in the emotiomal fuctions and the
latest related articles in the field.
tom from Guilin China