Valeria Sinkeviciute
TitleCited byYear
“When a joke's a joke and when it's too much”: Mateship as a key to interpreting jocular FTAs in Australian English
V Sinkeviciute
Journal of Pragmatics 60, 121-139, 2014
422014
Decoding encoded (im) politeness
V Sinkeviciute
Developments in linguistic humour theory 1, 263, 2013
282013
“There’s definitely gonna be some serious carnage in this house” or how to be genuinely impolite in Big Brother UK
V Sinkeviciute
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 3 (2), 317-348, 2015
142015
Funniness and “the preferred reaction” to jocularity in Australian and British English: An analysis of interviewees' metapragmatic comments
V Sinkeviciute
Language & Communication 55, 41-54, 2017
132017
What makes teasing impolite in Australian and British English? “Step[ping] over those lines […] you shouldn’t be crossing”
V Sinkeviciute
Journal of Politeness Research 13 (2), 175-207, 2017
122017
Everything he says to me it’s like he stabs me in the face”: Frontstage and backstage reactions to teasing
V Sinkeviciute
Multiple Perspectives on Language Play, 169-198, 2016
112016
“It's just a bit of cultural […] lost in translation”: Australian and British intracultural and intercultural metapragmatic evaluations of jocularity
V Sinkeviciute
Lingua, 2017
102017
(Im) politeness and mixed messages
J Culpeper, M Haugh, V Sinkeviciute
The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im) politeness, 323-355, 2017
92017
Approaching conversational humour culturally: A survey of the emerging area of investigation
V Sinkeviciute, M Dynel
Language & Communication 55, 1-9, 2017
92017
“It’s never meant to be offensive…”: an analysis of jocularity and (im) politeness in Australian and British cultural contexts
V Sinkeviciute
62016
“Ya bloody drongo!!!” Impoliteness as situated moral judgement on Facebook
V Sinkeviciute
Internet Pragmatics 1 (2), 271-302, 2018
42018
Accusations and interpersonal conflict in televised multi-party interactions amongst speakers of (Argentinian and Peninsular) Spanish
M Haugh, V Sinkeviciute
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 6 (2), 248 - 270, 2018
32018
Variability in group identity construction: A case study of the Australian and British Big Brother houses
V Sinkeviciute
Discourse, context & media 20, 70-82, 2017
32017
Offence and conflict talk
M Haugh, V Sinkeviciute
The Routledge Handbook of Language in Conflict, 196-214, 2019
22019
Juggling identities in interviews: The metapragmatics of ‘doing humour’
V Sinkeviciute
Journal of Pragmatics 152, 216-227, 2019
12019
A Comparative Analysis of Politeness in First Encounter Conversations in British English Film and Peninsular Spanish Film
V Sinkevičiūtė
Lexis. Journal in English Lexicology, 2010
12010
Conversational Humour and (Im)politeness: A pragmatic analysis of social interaction
V Sinkeviciute
2019
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