Speech Acts, Speakers and Hearers

Reference and referential strategies in Spanish

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This study is an inquiry into the pragmatics of speaker and hearer reference. It falls into a theory-based and a description-based part. The former covers three topics: (a) the categories of speaker and hearer as opposed to the category of nonparticipants in the speech act; (b) the interactional roles of speaker and hearer as defined by the illocutionary point of the speech act and the preconditions underlying its successful performance; (c) the decomposition of the speech act as a model for describing strategies in verbal interaction. The object of the descriptive part of this study is to survey the different realizations of the categories of speaker and hearer reference and the strategic effects speakers intend to bring about by employing them. For this purpose, a language-specific analysis is applied to the system of speaker and hearer reference in Peninsular Spanish. For the sake of homogeneity, Peninsular Spanish is also chosen as the object language for the discussion of the general language phenomena which are treated in the theoretical discussion.
[Pragmatics & Beyond, V:4]  1984.  xi, 142 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
xi
0. Introduction
1
1. Speakers, Hearers, and Others Persons
3
2. Speech Acts, Speakers, and Hearers
9
2.0. Introduction
9
2.1. Propositional acts
9
2.2. Illocutionary acts
14
2.3. Illocutionary preconditions
24
3. Linguistic Strategies
37
4. A Speech Act Analysis of Linguistic Strategies
45
5. Linguistic Strategies and Speaker- and Hearer-Reference
51
5.1. Standard expressions
51
5.2. Focalizing expressions
56
5.3. Defocalizing expressions
79
6. Summary and Conclusion
113
Footnotes
121
References
131
Sources of the Examples Quoted
141
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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