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Intended Perlocutionary Effect

Intended Perlocutionary Effect

An intended perlocutionary effect is what a speaker intends an utterance to achieve in an addressee

Some analysts consider an intended perlocutionary effect to be part of the definition of a type of illocutionary act.

  • To inform the addressee
  • To get the addressee to do something
  • To get the addressee to have a particular expectation
Page/s: 41–42
Source: Reiss 1985

Reiss, Nira. 1985.Speech act taxonomy. Pragmatics and Beyond VI:7. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 9683101704.

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