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Pragmatics & Beyond New Series
This research paper reports findings of eight studies looking into the processes involved in making sense of context-based (ironic) versus salience-based (nonironic) interpretations, the latter relying on the lexicalised and cognitively prominent meanings of the utterances' constituents. The aim of these studies was to test the claim that rich contextual information, supportive of the contextually appropriate (ironic) interpretation, can affect that interpretation immediately, without having todoi:10.1075/pbns.210.03gio fatcat:7uxqovqq3bbsvity5djx7hvgpq