Publications

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS

 

 

In press The Case of Literally True Propositions with False Implicatures. In Innocent Chiluwa ed. Deception and Deceptive Communication: Motivations, Recognition Techniques and Behavioral Control. New York: Nova Science (Shirly Or, Mira Ariel and Orna Peleg)

 

2017 Deniability and explicatures. In Rachel Giora & Michael Haugh (Eds.), Doing Pragmatics Interculturally: Cognitive, Philosophical, and Sociopragmatic Perspectives. Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton. (pp. 97-120) (Marit Sternau, Mira Ariel, Rachel Giora and Ofer Fein).

 

2017 What's a reading? In Piotr Cap and Marta Dynel eds. Implicitness: From lexis to discourse. John Benjamins. (pp. 15-36).

 

2017 Pragmatics and grammar: More pragmatics or more grammar? In Yan Huang ed. The Oxford Handbook of Pragmatics. Oxford University Press.

 

2016 A graded strength for Privileged Interactional Interpretations. In Keith Allan, Alessandro Capone & Istvan Kecskes (Eds.) Pragmemes and Theories of Language Use. Switzerland: Springer. (pp. 703-723). (Marit Sternau, Mira Ariel, Rachel Giora and Ofer Fein).

 

2014 Or Constructions: Monosemy versus polysemy. In Brian MacWhinney, Andrej Malchukov and Edith A Moravcsik eds. Competing Motivations. Oxford University Press. (pp. 333-347).

 

2014 Pragmatics. Chapter 8 in Carol Genetti ed. How languages work. Cambridge University Press. (pp. 180-199). [PDF]

 

2013 On order, subordination and freedom. In Moshe Florentin ed. In memorial of Shaul Aloni. The Hebrew Academy of language (Hebrew).
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2012 Research paradigms in pragmatics. In Keith Allan and Kasia Jaszczolt eds. The Cambridge Handbook of Pragmatics. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 2.

 

2012 Discourse, grammar, discourse, in Asa Kasher, ed. Pragmatics II. Routledge, London and New York. Vol. IV, Part 12, pp. 417-452 (a reprint of Discourse Studies 11:1, 2009).

 

2011 Referring and accessibility. In Adele Goldberg ed. Cognitive linguistics. Routledge. Reprinted from Journal of Linguistics 24: 1. (pp. 65-87).

 

2007 The demise of a unique concept of literal meaning. Journal of Pragmatics 34: 4 (pp. 361-402). Reprinted in Patrick Hanks ed. Critical Concepts in linguistics: Lexicology, Volume V: Cognition and the lexicon. Routledge. [PDF]

 

2007 A grammar in every register? The case of definite descriptions. In Nancy Hedberg and Ron Zacharsky eds. The Grammar-Pragmatics Interface: Essays in Honor of Jeanette K. Gundel. John Benjamins. (29 pp.). [PDF]

 

2006 A 'just that' lexical meaning for most. In Klaus von Heusinger and Ken Turner eds. Where semantics meets pragmatics. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (pp. 49-91). [PDF]

 

2003 Does most mean 'more than half'? Berkeley Linguistics Society 29. (pp. 17-30). [PDF]

 

2002 The possessive NP construction: Discourse function and discourse profile. Berkeley Linguistics Society 28. (pp. 15-26). [PDF]

 

2001 Accessibility theory: An overview. In Ted Sanders, Joost Schliperoord and Wilbert Spooren eds. Text representation. John Benjamins (Human cognitive processing series). (pp. 29-87). [PDF]

 

1999 The development of person agreement markers: From pronouns to higher Accessibility markers. In Michael Barlow and Suzanne Kemmer eds. Usage based Models of Language. CSLI. (pp. 197-260). [PDF]

 

1999 Mapping so-called 'pragmatic' phenomena according to a 'linguistic- extralinguistic' distinction: The case of propositions marked 'accessible'. In Michael Darnell, Edith Moravcsik, Frederick Newmeyer, Michael Noonan and Kathleen Wheatley eds. Functionalism and formalism in linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (pp. 11-38).

 

1998 [An analysis of impositive speech acts: Gender biases in the new Israeli cinema discourse, in Nurith Gertz, Orly Lubin, Judd Neeman ed. Fictive looks On Israeli Cinema. Tel Aviv: The Open University (pp. 179-204). (in Hebrew, with Rachel Giora).]

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1998 Three grammaticalization paths for the development of person verbal agreement in Hebrew. In Jean-Pierre Koenig ed. Discourse and cognition: Bridging the gap. Stanford: CSLI/Cambridge University Press. (pp. 93-111). [PDF]

 

1998 Discourse markers and form-function correlations. In Andreas Jucker and Yael Ziv eds. Discourse markers: Descriptions and theory. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (pp. 223-259). [PDF]

 

1998 Applying Accessibility theory. In Asa Kasher ed. Pragmatics: Critical concepts. Vol. VI, Part Twelve: Pragmatics and grammar. London: Routledge. (pp. 55-91). Reprinted from Ariel 1990: 1-16; 22-30; 97-105; Notes and references as appropriate.

 

1996 Referring expressions and the +/- coreference distinction. In Jeanette Gundel and Thorstein Fretheim eds. Referent and Referent accessibility. John Benjamins. (pp. 13-35).

 

1992 Gender versus group‑relations analysis of impositive speech acts. In Kira Hall, Mary Bucholtz and Birch Moonwomon eds. Berkeley Linguistics Society 1992: Locating Power. (pp. 11-22) (with Rachel Giora).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIRA ARIEL, Ph.D.

Linguistics, Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel, 69978

Phone No.: 972-3-6409093; Fax No.: 972-3-5221044

Email: mariel@post.tau.ac.il

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