Lori A Czerwionka
// SLC // Spanish and Portuguese
// SIS // Linguistics
// SIS // Latin American Studies
My research interests lie broadly in pragmatics, discourse, sociolinguistics, and second language acquisition. Current research projects address discourse organization and the use of discourse markers by native and non-native speakers of Spanish, acquisition of pragmatic norms, and intercultural communication.
Personal website: http://loriczerwionka.weebly.com/
Recent publications include:
Czerwionka, L., Artamonova, T. & Barbosa, M. (2015). Intercultural knowledge growth: Evidence from student interviews during a short-term study abroad. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 49, 80-99.
Czerwionka, L., Artamonova, T. & Barbosa, M. (2014). “Intercultural competence during short-term study abroad: A focus on knowledge.” In B. Dupuy & L. Waugh (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence, 3, 46-77.
Czerwionka, L. (2014). Participant perspectives on mitigation: The impact of imposition and certainty. Journal of Pragmatics, 67, 112-130.
Czerwionka, L. (2012). Mitigation: The combined effects of imposition and certitude. Journal of Pragmatics, 44, 1163-1182.
Czerwionka, L. (2012). Evidential information represented in dialogue. In F. Cooren and A. Létourneau (Eds.), (Re)presentations and Dialogue (pp. 303-324). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Czerwionka, L. (2010). Conflict resolution: Mexican and Spanish strategies of repair. In D. Koike and L. Rodriguez-Alfano (Eds.), Dialogue in Spanish: Studies in contexts and functions (pp.189-220). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.