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Orthaber, Sara and Marquez Reiter, Rosina (2016) When routine calls for information become interpersonally sensitive Pragmatics and Society, 7 (4). pp. 638-663.

Marquez Reiter, R and Kadar, DZ (2015) (Im)politeness and (im)morality: Insights from intervention Journal of Politeness Research: language, behavior, culture, 11 (2). pp. 239-260.

Marquez Reiter, R (2013) The dynamics of complaining in a Latin American for-profit commercial setting Journal of Pragmatics, 57. pp. 231-247.

Marquez Reiter, R (2013) In search of good value for money: fabricated ignorance to the rescue Pragmatics.

Orthaber, S and Marquez Reiter, R (2011) ‘‘Talk to the hand’’. Complaints to a public transport company Journal of Pragmatics, 43 (15). pp. 3860-3876.

Martin Rojo, L and Marquez Reiter, R (2010) Multilingual and transnational encounters in late modernity: linguistic practices and social processes’ Sociolinguistic Studies, 4 (2). pp. 413-442.

Marquez Reiter, R and Martin Rojo, L (2010) Introduction: Service provision in a globalised world. Guest Editorial to the Special Issue "Service encounters in multilingual and multicultural contexts. Sociolinguistic and pragmatic aspects of institutional discourse" Sociolinguistic Studies, 4 (2). pp. 259-265.

Marquez Reiter, R (2010) A ella no le gusta que le digan María y a mí que me traten de tú. A window into Latin American diversity’ Sociolinguistic Studies, 4 (2). pp. 371-412.

Marquez Reiter, Rosina (2008) Intra-cultural variation: Explanations in service calls to two Montevidean service providers. Journal of Politeness Research: language, behavior, culture, 4 (1). pp. 1-29.

Marquez Reiter, R (2006) ‘Interactional closeness in service calls to Montevidean carer service company’, Research on Language and Social Interaction, 39 (1). pp. 7-39.

Marquez Reiter, R (2005) ‘Complaint calls to a caregiver service company: The case of desahogo’ Intercultural pragmatics, 2 (4). pp. 481-513.

Marquez Reiter, R, Fulcher, G and Rainey, I (2005) A comparative study of certainty and conventional indirectness: evidence from British English and Peninsular Spanish’ Applied Linguistics, 26 (1). pp. 1-31.

Marquez Reiter, R (2003) Characteristics and functions of direct quotes in Hispanic fiction. A linguistic analysis BULLETIN OF HISPANIC STUDIES, 80 (2). pp. 261-262.

Fulcher, G and Marquez Reiter, R (2003) Task difficulty in speaking tests’ Language Testing, 20 (3). pp. 321-344.

Marquez Reiter, R (2000) A contrastive study of indirectness in Spanish: evidence from Peninsular Uruguayan Spanish’ Pragmatics, 12 (2). pp. 135-151.

Marquez Reiter, R (1997) Politeness phenomena in British English and Uruguayan Spanish: the case of requests’, Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 18. pp. 159-167.

Book Section

Marquez Reiter, R (2017) CONTEXTUALIZING SERVICE-ENCOUNTERS AND (IM)POLITENESS (Im)politeness in service encounters: Cultural practices in transformation In: Handbook of Impoliteness. Palgrave Macmillan.


Marquez Reiter, R (2015) IMPOLITENESS IN SERVICE CALLS In: Exploring (im)politeness in specialized and generalized corpora. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 1-4438-7119-2

Marquez Reiter, R (2015) Cortesia y descortesia In: Enciclopedia de Linguistica Hispanica. UNSPECIFIED.

Orthaber, S and Marquez Reiter, R (2014) THANKS FOR NOTHING’ – IMPOLITENESS IN SERVICE CALLS In: Exploring impoliteness in specialized and generalized corpora: converging methodologies and analytic procedures. Cambridge Scholars Publishing..

Marquez Reiter, R and Luke, KK (2010) Telephone conversations openings across languages, cultures and settings In: Pragmatics across Languages and Cultures (Handbook of Pragmatics). De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin, Germany, pp. 103-138. ISBN 978-3-110-21443-7

Marquez Reiter, R (2009) How to get rid of a telemarking agent? Facework strategies in an intercultural service call In: Face, Communication and Social Interaction. Equinox. ISBN 1845539133

Marquez Reiter, R (2009) Politeness studies In: The Handbook of Business Discourse. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 166-179. ISBN 0748628010

Marquez Reiter, R and Stewart, M (2008) Interactions en site commercial à Montevideo et à Edimbourg (Royaume Uni): “engagement” et « considération enver autri In: Les Interactions en site Commercial. Invariants et variants. ENS Editions, Lyon, pp. 277-302. ISBN 2847881344

Marquez Reiter, R and Placencia, ME (2004) The pragmatics of Spanish beyond Spain In: Current Trends in the Pragmatics of Spanish. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 15-30.

Marquez Reiter, R (2003) Pragmatic variation in Spanish: external request modifications in Uruguayan and Peninsular Spanish’ In: A Romance Perspective on Language Knowledge and Use. John Benjamins, pp. 166-180.

Marquez Reiter, R (2002) Estrategias de cortesía en el español hablado en Montevideo. Lo cortés no quita lo valiente’. In: Actos de habla y cortesía en español. Lincom, pp. 89-106.

Marquez Reiter, R (1998) The teaching of ‘politeness’ in the language classroom In: Perspectivas Pragmáticas en Lingüística Aplicada. Anubar, Zaragoza, pp. 290-297.

Marquez Reiter, R (1997) Sensitising Spanish learners of English to cultural differences: the case of politeness’. In: The Cultural Context in Foreign Language Teaching. Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp. 143-155.


Marquez Reiter, R (2015) A sociolinguistics of diaspora.Latino practices, identities and ideologies Routledge, New York.

Marquez Reiter, R (2011) Meditated Business Interactions. Intercultural Communication between speakers of Spanish Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 0748637206

Marquez Reiter, R and Placencia, ME (2005) Spanish Pragmatics Palgrave.

Marquez Reiter, R (2000) Linguistic Politeness in Britain and Uruguay John Benjamins, Amsterdam.

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