Clinical negotiation


  • Prof. Dr. Farid Hamid Al-Hindawi University of Babylon - College of Education for Human Sciences
  • Alaa Baji Khazali University of Kufa - College of Education for Girls



Clinical pragmatism, Pragmatic handicap, Initial pragmatic handicap, secondary disability, complex problems, the basic Concepts


Clinical pragmatics is a sub-discipline of clinical linguistics and deals with the various situations in which communication can malfunction or function insufficiently. It also focuses on the various reasons that may cause poor communication. The current research is a theoretical survey that attempts to shed some light on what clinical pragmatics is and what is its scope. This field is also covered in clinical linguistics in general. More specifically, the current study attempts to answer the following question: What are the basic principles of clinical pragmatics? In this regard, and to achieve the objective of this study, a theoretical survey was conducted to clearly clarify the basic concepts of the subject under scrutiny. The paper concluded that the field of clinical pragmatics is a troubled field because of the incompatibility between pragmatics.


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How to Cite

Al-Hindawi, Farid, and Alaa Khazali. “Clinical Negotiation”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 44, Oct. 2021, pp. 733-46, doi:10.36317/kaj/2020/v1.i44.1556.

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