A Review of Conversational Impliciture

Abstract

Within the field of pragmatics, there has been an ongoing discussion about the language meaning. The thought of scholars from the Gricean, neo-Gricean, and post-Gricean schools disagreed on how to define a common language phenomenon, a kind of pragmatically enriched meaning imparted but not literally and clearly articulated by the utterance. Meanwhile, three cognitive processing models for impliciture have been proposed: the Default Model, the Standardization Model, and the Context-driven Model. The present study provides a detailed review of the researches on the impliciture and pays attention to a possible aspect of further study on impliciture.

Citation: Ding Dandan (2022) A Review of Conversational Impliciture, British Journal of English Linguistics, Vol. 10, Issue 2, pp.16-29

 

Keywords: conversational impliciture; experimental pragmatics; default; standardization; processing model

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/bjel.2013/vol10n2pp1629

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 16-29 (Download PDF)

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