Full Name: Dániel Zoltán Kádár
Academic Rank: Doctor of Letters
Affiliation: Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Address: Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Research Institute for Linguistics
Hungarian Academy of Science
Dániel Zoltán Kádár has a long-standing interest in language in society, including various interrelated areas such as pragmatics, politeness and (im)politeness, intercultural communication, rituals, and language aggression. He has studied language in a variety of data types, spanning historical novels, to video-recorded interactions, to news articles. He has background in both English and East Asian studies, and since long he has been fascinated by the ways in which people from different cultural background work out their relationships with the help of language. Daniel is author/editor of 22 volumes, published by world-leading academic publishers, such as Cambridge University Press. His most recent book is Politeness, Impoliteness and Ritual: Maintaining the Moral Order in Interpersonal Interaction (Cambridge University Press, 2017). He is one of the Editors of the Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)Politeness (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), and the forthcoming Cambridge Handbook of Sociopragmatics (Cambridge University Press).
1- Kadar, D. and Marsden, L. (2018) ‘The pragmatics of mimesis – A case-study from intercultural communication’, FLEKS, Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice 4.1
2- Kadar, D. (2017). ‘The role of ideology in evaluations of (in)appropriate behaviour in student-teacher relationships in China’, Pragmatics 27.1: 33– 56.
3- Davies, SR. and Kadar, D. (2016). ‘Ritual, aggression and participatory ambiguity: A case study of heckling’, Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 4.2: 202–233.
4- Haugh, M., Kadar, D. and Németh, L. (2016).Nyelvi udvariasság/udvariatlanság és metapragmatika (Linguistic politeness, impoliteness and metapragmatics). Filológia.hu (Philology) 6/7.1-4: 4–27.
5- Kadar, D. (2016). Postscript. Special Issue – Politeness in Ancient Languages, Journal of Politeness Research 12.2: 291–294.
6- Kadar, D. and Ling, Z.(2016). 周凌: 面子研究的传承与嬗变 The inheritance and change of face research. Waiyu Yanjiu 外语研究 (Foreign Languages Research) 157(3): 26–30.
7- De La Cruz, M. and Kadar, D. (2016). ‘Rituals of outspokenness and verbal conflict’, Pragmatics and Society 7(2): 265–290.
8- Kadar, D. and Spencer-Oatey, H. (2016). ‘The bases of (im)politeness evaluations: Culture, the moral order and the East-West divide’. East Asian Pragmatics 1.1: 75–108.
9- Chen, X., Kadar, D. and Verschueren, J. (2016). ‘Editorial’. East Asian Pragmatics 1.1: 1–4.
10- Kadar, D. (2016). ‘A bekiabálás vizsgálata mimetikus és személyközi nézőpontból’ (‘Exploring heckling from a mimetic point of view’). Argumentum 12: 1–31 11- Kadar, D. and Paternoster, A. (2015). ‘On the role of historical analysis in metapragmatics: A study on “discernment” ‘. Pragmatics 25(3): 369–391.
12- Kadar, D. (2015). ‘Identity and ritual action’. International Review of Pragmatics 7.2.: 278–307.
13- Kadar, D. and Reiter, R.M. (2015). ‘(Im)politeness and (im)morality: Insights from intervention’. The 10th Anniversary Issue of Journal of Politeness Research 11(2): 239–260.