Fluid Orality in the Discourse of Japanese Popular Culture

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This volume invites the reader into the world of pragmatic and discourse studies in Japanese popular culture. Through “character-speak”, the book analyzes quoted speech in light (graphic) novels, the effeminate onee kotoba in talk shows, narrative character in keetai (mobile phone) novels, floating whispers in manga, and fictionalized dialects in television drama series. Explorations into conversational interaction, internal monologue, rhetorical figures, intertextuality, and the semiotic mediation between verbal and visual signs reveal how speakers manipulate language in performing playful “characters” and “characteristics”. Most prominent in the discourse of Japanese popular culture is its “fluid orality”. We find the essential oral nature in and across genres of Japanese popular culture, and observe seamless transitions among styles and speech variations. This fluidity is understood as a feature of polyphonic speech initiated not by the so-called ideal singular speaker, but by a multiple and often shifting interplay of one’s speaking selves performing as various characters. Challenging traditional (Western) linguistic theories founded on the concept of the autonomous speaker, this study ventures into open and embracing pragmatic and discourse studies that inquire into the very nature of our speaking selves.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 263]  2016.  xi, 344 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix–x
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–18
Chapter 2. Fluid orality
19–40
Chapter 3. Character and character-speak
41–80
Chapter 4. Light novels: Character-speak and variation in quoted speech
81–114
Chapter 5. Talk shows: Fluid orality in gender-evoking variation
115–154
Chapter 6. Keetai novels: Narrator’s character-speak in conversational narration
155–192
Chapter 7. Manga: Fluidity of multilayered speech in floating whispers
193–236
Chapter 8. Drama: Fluid orality in place-evoking fictionalized variations
237–278
Chapter 9. Reflections and aspirations
279–288
Appendix: Presentation of data in Japanese orthography
289–318
References
319–332
Data references
333–336
Author index
337–340
Subject index
341–344
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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