How people address one another says a lot about their respective social positioning of themselves and their interlocutors. Address and related micropragmatic features such as introductions and greetings are studied in such diverse academic fields as sociolinguistics and pragmatics, applied linguistics, translation studies, literary studies, psychology, anthropology, intercultural communication studies, as well as in studies of individual languages and cultures.
The International Network of Address Research (INAR) wants to foster cooperation between researchers and disciplines dealing with address and related phenomena. Lean more about INAR on our ABOUT page.
INAR is building up a mailing list for address research. More information on our MAILING LIST page.
INAR is organising international workshops and conferences on address research. Read about them on the INAR EVENTs page.
We plan to publish annual bibliographies on address research. Find the latest one on our ANNUAL ADDRESS RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY page.
INAR appreciates your feedback. Find our contact details on our CONTACT INAR page.
We are collecting links to research projects in the wider field of address research on our PROJECTS page.