Speech Act of Threat in Everyday Conflict Discourse: Production and Perception

The article explores pragmasemantic aspects of the speech act of threat (SAT) in everyday conflict discourse, using examples from Russian colloquial speech. The authors analyze the impact of direct and indirect threats on the addressee from the point of view of the theory of speech acts, biopsycholo...

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Main Authors: Probst Nikita, Shkapenko Tatiana, Tkachenko Arina, Chernyakov Alexey
Format: Article
Published: Sciendo 2018-12-01
Series:Lege Artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow
Online Access:http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/lart.2018.3.issue-2/lart-2018-0019/lart-2018-0019.xml?format=INT