"Happiness" and "Pain" across Languages and Cultures
Special issue of International Journal of Language and Culture 1:2 (2014)
[International Journal of Language and Culture, 1:2] 2014. v, 141 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins
Table of Contents
Exploring “happiness” and “pain” across languages and culturesCliff Goddard and Zhengdao Ye | pp. 131–148
“Pain” and “suffering” in cross-linguistic perspectiveAnna Wierzbicka | pp. 149–173
The story of “Danish Happiness”: Global discourse and local semanticsCarsten Levisen | pp. 174–193
The meaning of “happiness” (xìngfú) and “emotional pain” (tòngkŭ) in ChineseZhengdao Ye | pp. 194–215
Japanese interpretations of “pain” and the use of psychomimesYuko Asano-Cavanagh | pp. 216–238
Some remarks on “pain” in Latin American SpanishZuzanna Bulat-Silva | pp. 239–252
The semantics and morphosyntax of tare “hurt/pain” in Koromu (PNG): Verbal and nominal constructionsCarol Priestley | pp. 253–271
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