Aims and scope
Corpus Pragmatics offers a forum for theoretical and applied linguists who carry out research in the new linguistic discipline that stands at the interface between corpus linguistics and pragmatics. The journal promotes the combination of the two approaches through research on new topics in linguistics, with a particular focus on interdisciplinary studies, and to enlarge and implement current pragmatic theories that have hitherto not benefited from empirical corpus support. Authors are encouraged to describe the statistical analyses used in their research and to supply the data and scripts in R when possible. The objective of Corpus Pragmatics is to develop pragmatics with the aid of quantitative corpus methodology. The journal accepts original research papers, short research notes, and occasional thematic issues. The journal follows a double-blind peer review system.