The Evolution of Pragmatic Markers

Special issue of Journal of Historical Pragmatics 6:2 (2005)

ORCID logoMaj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen | University of Copenhagen
Corinne Rossari | University of Fribourg
[Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 6:2] 2005.  179 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
The evolution of pragmatic markers: Introduction
Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen and Corinne Rossari
The journey of non-standard discourse markers in Quebec French: Networks based on exemplification
Diane Vincent
Tracing the origins of a set of discourse particles: Swedish particles of the type you know
Jan Lindström and Camilla Wide
On the origins of scalar particles in Italian
Jacqueline Visconti
Polar meaning and “expletive” negation in approximative adverbs: Spanish por poco (no)
Salvador Pons Bordería and Scott A. Schwenter
Identity and semantic change: Aspects of T/V usage in Cyprus
Marina Terkourafi
A retrospective on address in Portugal (1982–2002): Rethinking power and solidarity
Sandi Michele de Oliveira
Book Reviews
Review of Busse (2002): Linguistic Variation in the Shakespeare Corpus: Morphosyntactic Variability of Second Person Pronouns
Reviewed by Terry Walker
Review of Taavitsainen & Jucker (2003): Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems
Reviewed by Norman F. Blake
Review of Topalovic (2003): Sprachwahl – Textsorte – Dialogstruktur. Zu Verhörprotokollen aus Hexenprozessen des 17. Jahrhunderts
Reviewed by Hans Ramge
Review of Hiltunen & Watanabe (2004): Approaches to Style and Discourse in English
Reviewed by Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky
Review of Becker (2003): Familiar Dialogues in Englyssh and Frenche. Sprachliche Interaktion und ihre Vermittlung in der frühen Neuzeit
Reviewed by Ulrich Busse
Contents of Volume 6
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