The Linguistic Politeness Research Group was established in 1998 in order to bring together researchers who were working on the analysis of linguistic politeness and impoliteness.

We felt that there had been a significant change in the way that politeness was analysed and that these theoretical changes made politeness a subject which was of wider interest to linguists as a whole, and had implications for research in many areas of linguistics.

Working in a post-Brown and Levinson model of politeness, we are all attempting to develop new ways of theorising and analysing politeness and impoliteness.

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For more information about this year’s conference, please go here: SymPol10 20170401 EXTENDED DEADLINE CFP (1)

Visit https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/politeness/ for our institutional mirror site.

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