Emotion in Dialogic Interaction

Advances in the complex

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| University of Münster
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This volume contains a selection of papers given at the European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on ‘Emotion in Dialogic Interaction’ at the University of Münster in October 2002. In the literature, the complex network of ‘emotion in dialogic interaction’ is mostly addressed by reducing the complex and separating emotions or defining them by means of simple artificial units. The innovative claim of the workshop was to analyse emotion as an integrated component of human behaviour in dialogic interaction as demonstrated by recent findings in neurology and to develop a linguistic model which is able to deal with the complex integrated whole. Specific emphasis was laid on communicative means for expressing emotions and on emotional principles in dialogue. Furthermore, the issue of specific European principles for dealing with emotions was highlighted.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 248]  2004.  xii, 284 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
1
Part I. Addressing the complex
Emotions: The simple and the complex
Edda Weigand
7
Universality vs. culture-specificity of emotion
František Daneš
27
Emotions in language and communication
Svĕtla Čmejrková
37
Emotions, language, and context
Carla Bazzanella
59
Body, passions and race in classical theories of language and emotion
John E. Joseph
77
Part II. Communicative means for expressing emotions
Interjections in a contrastive perspective
Karin Aijmer
103
When did we start feeling guilty?
Wolfgang Teubert
125
Joy, astonishment and fear in English, German and Russian: A corpus-based contrastive-semantic analysis
Valerij Dem’jankov, Andrej Sergeev, Dasha Sergeeva and Leonid Voronin
167
Ambivalence as a dialogic frame of emotions in conflict
Maxim I. Stamenov
183
Part III. Emotional principles in dialogue
The Role of Emotions in Normative Discourse and Persuasion
Michael R. Walrod
207
Anticipation of public emotions in TV debates
Jörn Bollow
225
Interpreting emotions in literary dialogue
Elda Weizman
245
The author-reader-text emotional bond in the literary action game
Tamar Sovran
259
On the inseparability of emotion and reason in argumentation
Christian Plantin
269
General index
281
List of contributors
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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