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9. Pragmatic strategies (cf. Parret 1980: 151) are means for serving pragmatic principles and functions (cf. 6). In contrast to rules, they are flexible and adaptive discourse operations, adopted and negotiated by speaker and hearer. 47 Functionally relevant steps of a strategy are called moves (van Dijk 1984: 116). Morphopragmatically relevant morphological rules may be strategically used. Such a use is a central explanandum of our account. 10. 13). The ways topics are introduced and handled may both hinge on pragmatic and sociolinguistic variables and affect them (cf.

Asendorpf 1983), because they will be of relevance for us later: 1) "feeling rules" conventionalizing feelings for appropriate types of speech situations; 2) "display rules" determining which emotions are appropriate in which fashion and in which situations; 3) "correspondence rules" inducing emotional reciprocity (mood-sharing or mood-joining between interlocutors, e. , if A is very sad, interlocutor Β is not supposed to show signs of great pleasure, but must manifest empathy); 4) "coding rules" determining which behavior is an appropriate manifestation of a certain emotion.

2) and on its potential usefulness for morphopragmatics. 7. Clearly we do not want to exclude emotions from our pragmatic analysis of morphological rules and patterns, but we treat them as something which the analyst can separate from the other pragmatic factors involved, and we claim that no morphopragmatic phenomenon can be exhaustively described in terms of emotions. Now, where do we locate emotions in our pragmatic model? First we can place them among the speaker's evaluation (cf. 10). A classification of emotional evaluations (cf.

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