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Brian Clancy
Brian Clancy
Lecturer Mary Immaculate College
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Introducing Pragmatics in Use
A O'Keeffe, B Clancy, S Adolphs
Taylor & Francis, 2011
3142011
Small Corpora and Pragmatics
E Vaughan, B Clancy
Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics 2013 1, 53-73, 2013
972013
Corpus linguistics and pragmatics
C Rühlemann, B Clancy
Pragmatics and its Interfaces, 241-266, 2018
59*2018
Co-constructed turn-taking
B Clancy, M McCarthy
Corpus Pragmatics, 430-453, 2015
492015
The pragmatics of Irish English
E Vaughan, B Clancy
English Today 27 (2), 47-52, 2011
462011
"It’s lunacy now": A corpus-based pragmatic analysis of the use of ‘now' in contemporary Irish English
B Clancy, E Vaughan
New Perspectives on Irish English, 225-246, 2012
452012
Investigating Intimate Discourse: Exploring the spoken interaction of families, couples and friends
B Clancy
Routledge, 2015
432015
Building a corpus to represent a variety of language
B Clancy
The Routlege Handbook of Corpus Linguistics, 80-92, 2010
412010
"You're fat. You'll eat them all": Politeness strategies in family discourse
B Clancy
The Pragmatics of Irish English, 177-199, 2005
332005
Complementary perspectives on hedging behaviour in family discourse: The analytical synergy of variational pragmatics and corpus linguistics
B Clancy
International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 16 (3), 371-390, 2011
31*2011
From language as system to language as discourse
M McCarthy, B Clancy
The Routledge Handbook of English Language Teacher Education, 201-215, 2019
19*2019
"Do you want to do it yourself like?" Hedging in Irish Traveller and Settled Family Discourse
B Clancy
Situated Politeness, 129-146, 2011
192011
Vague category markers as turn‐final items in Irish English
E Vaughan, M McCarthy, B Clancy
World Englishes 36 (2), 208-223, 2017
172017
Sociolinguistic information and Irish English corpora
E Vaughan, B Clancy
Sociolinguistics in Ireland, 365-388, 2016
142016
'Hurry up baby son all the boys is finished their breakfast': Examining the use of vocatives as pragmatic markers in Irish Traveller and settled family discourse
B Clancy
Pragmatic Markers in Irish English, 229-247, 2015
13*2015
A Case Study of the Linguistic Features of a Limerick Family
B Clancy
MA Thesis, University of Limerick, 2000
102000
Hurry up baby son all the boys is finished their breakfast: A socio-pragmatic analysis of Irish settled and Traveller family discourse
B Clancy
PhD thesis, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2010
62010
The exchange in family discourse
B Clancy
Teanga 21, 134-150, 2002
52002
Conflict in corpora: Investigating family conflict sequences using a corpus pragmatic approach
B Clancy
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 6 (2), 228-247, 2018
42018
Using a corpus to enhance pragmatic awareness
B Clancy, A O'Keeffe
Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Proposals for the Language Classroom …, 2012
42012
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