The edited volume falls in two parts. The first part addresses the relationship between mechanisms of grounding and reference to common ground. The second part examines different types of common ground. It is shown that the investigation of lexical markers provides a novel perspective for investigating the relationship between grounding, common ground and common grounds.
Contributions by Sherri L. Condon and Claude G. Cech, Anita Fetzer, Kerstin Fischer, Francois Nemo, Thanh Nyan, Moeko Okada, Carlos RodrÃguez Penagos, Karin Pittner and Thora Tenbrink.
Reviews current approaches to common ground from the perspective of lexical markers
Organized into two parts that discuss the relationship between mechanisms of grounding and reference to common ground and the different types of common ground
Reflects current trends in the field that cross methodological boundaries and integrate cognition, context, genre, negotiation of meaning, and dialogue
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