Professor Jonathan Culpeper
Professor Jonathan Culpeper
Department of Linguistics and English Language
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Towards an anatomy of impoliteness
J Culpeper
Journal of pragmatics 25 (3), 349-367, 1996
16041996
Impoliteness: Using language to cause offence
J Culpeper
Cambridge University Press, 2011
12962011
Impoliteness revisited: With special reference to dynamic and prosodic aspects
J Culpeper, D Bousfield, A Wichmann
Journal of pragmatics 35 (10-11), 1545-1579, 2003
8072003
Impoliteness and entertainment in the television quiz show: The Weakest Link
J Culpeper
Journal of Politeness Research 1 (1), 35-72, 2005
7842005
Language and characterisation: People in plays and other texts
J Culpeper
Routledge, 2014
5192014
Cognitive stylistics: Language and cognition in text analysis
E Semino, J Culpeper
John Benjamins Publishing, 2002
4862002
Early Modern English dialogues: Spoken interaction as writing
J Culpeper, M Kytö
Cambridge University Press, 2010
3062010
Reflections on impoliteness, relational work and power
J Culpeper
Impoliteness in language: Studies on its interplay with power in theory and …, 2008
3002008
Conventionalised impoliteness formulae
J Culpeper
Journal of pragmatics 42 (12), 3232-3245, 2010
2182010
Keyness: Words, parts-of-speech and semantic categories in the character-talk of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
J Culpeper
International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 14 (1), 29-59, 2009
2052009
Pragmatics and the English language
J Culpeper, M Haugh
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2014
1492014
13. Politeness and impoliteness
J Culpeper
Pragmatics of society 5, 393, 2011
1442011
Data in historical pragmatics: Spoken interaction (re) cast as writing
J Culpeper, M Kytö
Journal of Historical Pragmatics 1 (2), 175-199, 2000
1262000
Exploring the language of drama: from text to context
J Culpeper, M Short, P Verdonk
Routledge, 2002
1212002
History of English
J Culpeper
Routledge, 2015
1122015
Computers, language and characterisation: an analysis of six characters in Romeo and Juliet.
J Culpeper
Association Suedoise de Linguistique Appliquee 15, 11-30, 2002
992002
Cross-cultural variation in the perception of impoliteness: A study of impoliteness events reported by students in England, China, Finland, Germany and Turkey
J Culpeper, L Marti, M Mei, M Nevala, G Schauer
Intercultural Pragmatics 7 (4), 597-624, 2010
962010
Using a corpus to test a model of speech and thought presentation
E Semino, M Short, J Culpeper
Poetics 25 (1), 17-43, 1997
951997
Tagging the Bard: Evaluating the accuracy of a modern POS tagger on Early Modern English corpora
P Rayson, DE Archer, A Baron, J Culpeper, N Smith
Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics conference: CL2007, 2007
912007
Historical (im) politeness
J Culpeper, DZ Kádár
Peter Lang, 2010
822010
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