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Working Papers

Hedging in the “Conclusions” chapter of PhD dissertations in Spanish

Esperanza Acín Villa 1-24

Assertive acts an politeness: different strategies used by Brazilians and Chileans in an academic context

Adriana Marcelle de Andrade Freitas25-53

Preliminary Research on Discourse Markers and Politeness in the Spanish of the United States

Tania Constanza Gómez Ríos 54-78

Teaching Spanish as a Heritage Language in Switzerland. Challenges for the HL courses

Verónica Sánchez Abchi y Ruth Calderón 79-93

Code-Switching as a facework strategy within doctor-patient communication in a Galician clinic

Vanesa Rodríguez Tembrás – 94-121

Linguistic persuasion for the defense of the land: Primordial Title of Santiago Sula

Marta Puente González 122-144

Conversation levels and interaction communicative resources on Twitter

Noemí Elisa Guerrero Contreras 145-161

The literary dramatic text as a corpus for historical analysis of face work activities

Marta Gancedo Ruiz 162-173


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ASICE - Programa EDICE, ASICE - International Association for Communication Studies in Spanish

Texts in Process (TEP) publishes materials that show theoretical reflections, methodological or partial research results. The publication is proposed as an agile channel for the dissemination of preliminary results of an ongoing research project. In particular, TEP disseminates texts that provide thematic, theoretical, empirical and terminological initiatives within the area of pragmatics, sociopragmatics and sociocultural pragmatics.

How to Cite
EDICE, A.-. (2016). Masthead. Texts in Process, 2(1), i-iv. Retrieved from