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The social dynamics of pronominal systems : a comparative approach /

de Bouissac, Paul (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (320 p.) ; 25 cm.Collection: Pragmatics & beyond new series ; 304Édition: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company; copyright 2019.ISBN: 9789027203168 (hb : alk. paper).Sujet RAMEAU: Grammar, Comparative and general Pronoun | Forms of address | Interpersonal communication | Speech and social status | Sociolinguistics | Grammaire comparée Pronoms | Sociolinguistique | Pronoms | Langage et statut socialType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-BasContient: Introduction / Paul Bouissac -- 1. N-T-V, a framework for the analysis of social dynamics in address pronouns / Manuela Cook -- 2. When we means you: The social meaning of English pseudo-inclusive personal pronouns / Nick Wilson -- 3. A socio-semiotic approach to the personal pronominal system in Brazilian Portuguese / Monica Rector and Marcelo da Silva Amorim -- 4. Address pronouns and alternatives: Challenges and solutions when translating between two polycentric languages (English and Portuguese) / Manuela Cook -- 5. T-V address practices in Italian: Diachronic, diatopic, and diastratic analyses / Costantino Maeder and Romane Werner -- 6. Forms and functions of the French personal pronouns in social interactions and literary texts / Paul Bouissac -- 7. The dynamics of Nepali pronominal distinctions in familiar, casual and formal relationships / George van Driem -- 8. The Chinese pronominal system and identity construction via self-reference / Bing Xue and Shaojie Zhang -- 9. Pronouns in an 18th century Chinese novel: What they tell us about social dynamics / Cher Leng LEE -- 10. Me, myself, and ako: Locating the self in taglish tweets / Dana Osborne -- 11. Address, reference and sequentiality in Indonesian conversation / Michael C. Ewing and Dwi Noverini Djenar -- 12. Pronouns in affinal avoidance registers: Evidence from the Aslian languages (Austroasiatic, Malay Peninsula) / Nicole Kruspe and Niclas Burenhult
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Introduction / Paul Bouissac -- 1. N-T-V, a framework for the analysis of social dynamics in address pronouns / Manuela Cook -- 2. When we means you: The social meaning of English pseudo-inclusive personal pronouns / Nick Wilson -- 3. A socio-semiotic approach to the personal pronominal system in Brazilian Portuguese / Monica Rector and Marcelo da Silva Amorim -- 4. Address pronouns and alternatives: Challenges and solutions when translating between two polycentric languages (English and Portuguese) / Manuela Cook -- 5. T-V address practices in Italian: Diachronic, diatopic, and diastratic analyses / Costantino Maeder and Romane Werner -- 6. Forms and functions of the French personal pronouns in social interactions and literary texts / Paul Bouissac -- 7. The dynamics of Nepali pronominal distinctions in familiar, casual and formal relationships / George van Driem -- 8. The Chinese pronominal system and identity construction via self-reference / Bing Xue and Shaojie Zhang -- 9. Pronouns in an 18th century Chinese novel: What they tell us about social dynamics / Cher Leng LEE -- 10. Me, myself, and ako: Locating the self in taglish tweets / Dana Osborne -- 11. Address, reference and sequentiality in Indonesian conversation / Michael C. Ewing and Dwi Noverini Djenar -- 12. Pronouns in affinal avoidance registers: Evidence from the Aslian languages (Austroasiatic, Malay Peninsula) / Nicole Kruspe and Niclas Burenhult

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