REVIEW of Laura Alba-Juez and J. Lachlan Mackenzie. 2016. Pragmatics: Cognition, Context & Culture. Madrid: McGraw Hill, 307p

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REVIEW of Laura Alba-Juez and J. Lachlan Mackenzie. 2016. Pragmatics: Cognition, Context & Culture. Madrid: McGraw Hill, 307p.

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Ad Foolen

University Nijmegen

AD FOOLEN has been teaching courses in all subfields of Linguistics at Radboud University Nijmegen from 1975 till 2015. His earlier research focused on modal particles in Dutch and German, in recent years he expanded his research field to the relation between language and emotion. From 2005 till 2017, he was secretary/treasurer of ICLA, the International Cognitive Linguistics Association. He is a member of the Editorial Board of several journals, among them Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistic Studies, and Journal of Pragmatics. For his publications, see:


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