Article published in:
Sex, Death & Politics: Taboos in Language
Edited by Melanie Keller, Philipp Striedl, Daniel Biro, Johanna Holzer and Benjamin Weber
[Pragmatics & Cognition 28:1] 2021
► pp. 2556
References
Agha, Asif
2007Language and social relations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Aikhenvald, Alexandra & Anne Storch
2019Creativity in language: Secret codes, special styles and linguistic taboo. International Journal of Language and Culture 6 (1). 1–9.Google Scholar
Allan, Keith
2018Taboo words and language: An overview. In Keith Allan (ed.), The Oxford handbook of taboo words and language, 1–27. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Allan, Keith & Kate Burridge
2006Forbidden words: Taboo and the censoring of language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Barnes, Shawn & Terry Hunt
2005Sāmoa’s pre-contact connections in Western Polynesia and beyond. Journal of the Polynesian Society 114(3). 227–266.Google Scholar
Beaglehole, John
(ed.) 1967The journals of Captain James Cook on his voyages of discovery, vol. III, part 1: The voyage of the resolution and discover, 1776–1780. Woodbridge: Boydell Press.Google Scholar
Besnier, Niko
1992Polynesian languages. In William Bright (ed.), International encyclopedia of linguistics, vol. 31, 245–251. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Bott, Elisabeth
1981Power and rank in the Kingdom of Tonga. Journal of the Polynesian Society 90(1). 7–81.Google Scholar
Brandes, Stanley
2018An anthropological approach to taboo words and language. In Keith Allan (ed.), The Oxford handbook of taboo words and language, 372–390. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Brown, Penelope & Stephen Levinson
1987Politeness: Some universals in language usage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Campbell, Ian
1992Island kingdom: Tonga ancient and modern. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.Google Scholar
Churchward, Clerk
1953Tongan grammar. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
1959Dictionary Tongan – English, English – Tongan. Nuku‘alofa: Government of Tonga Printing Press.Google Scholar
Comrie, Bernard
1976Linguistic politeness axes: Speaker-addressee, speaker-reference, speaker-bystander. Pragmatic microfiche, 1.71, A3–B1.Google Scholar
Dixon, R. M. W.
1980The languages of Australia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Douaire-Marsaudon, Françoise
1997Nourriture et richesses. Les objets cérémoniels comme signe d’identité à Tonga et à Wallis. In Serge Tcherkézoff & Françoise Douaire-Marsaudon (eds.), Le Pacific-Sud aujourd’hui: Identités et transformations culturelles, 261–287. Paris: CNRS Editions.Google Scholar
Fleming, Luke & Michael Lempert
2011The unmentionable: Verbal taboo and the moral life of language. Anthropological Quarterly 84(1). 5–13. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Fleming, Luke
2015Taxonomy and taboo. The (meta)pragmatic sources of semantic abstraction in avoidance registers. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 25(1). 43–65. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Foley, William
1997Anthropological linguistics: An introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Fox, James
2005Ritual languages, special registers and speech decorum in Austronesian languages. In Alexander Adelaar & Nikolaus Himmelmann (eds.), The Austronesian languages of South East Asia and Madagascar, 87–109. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Gifford, Edward
1929Tongan society. Honolulu: Bernice Bishop Museum.Google Scholar
Greschat, Hans-Jürgen
1980Mana and tapu: Die Religion der Maori auf Neuseeland. Berlin: Reimer.Google Scholar
Haugen, Jason & Susan Philips
2010Tongan chiefly language: The formation of an honorific speech register. Language in Society 39(5). 589–616. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Haviland, John
1978Guugu-Yimidhirr brother-in-law language. Language in Society 81. 365–393. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Keating, Elizabeth
1997Honorific possession: Power and language in Pohnpei, Micronesia. Language in Society 261. 247–268. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1998Power sharing: Language, rank, gender, and social space in Pohnpei, Micronesia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Keating, Elizabeth & Alessandro Duranti
2006Honorific resources for the construction of hierarchy in Samoan and Pohnpeian. Journal of the Polynesian Society 115(2). 145–172.Google Scholar
Krupa, Victor
1982The Polynesian languages: A guide. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Levinson, Stephen
1983Pragmatics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Lynch, John
1998Pacific languages: An introduction. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mills, Andy
2016Bodies permeable and divine: Tapu, mana and the embodiment of hegemony in pre-Christian Tongan. In Matt Tomlinson & Ty Kāwika Tengan (eds.), New mana: Transformations of a classic concept in Pacific languages and cultures, 77–105. Canberra: ANU Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Milner, G. B.
1961The Samoan vocabulary of respect. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 911. 296–317.Google Scholar
Philips, Susan
1991Tongan speech levels: Practice and talk about practice in the cultural construction of social hierarchy. In Robert Blust (ed.), Currents in Pacific linguistics. Papers on Austronesian languages and ethnolinguistics in honour of George W. Grace (Pacific Linguistics C 117), 369–382. Canberra: ANU Press.Google Scholar
2010Semantic and interactional indirectness in Tongan lexical honorification. Journal of Pragmatics 42(2). 317–336. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2011How Tongans make sense of the (non-)use of lexical honorifics. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 21(2). 247–260. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pizarro Pedraza, Andrea
2018Introduction. In Andrea Pizarro Pedraza (ed.), Linguistic taboo revisited, 1–12. Berlin: de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Schulze, Wolfgang
2019Circumnavigating taboos: A functional and formal typology. www​.schulzewolfgang​.de​/temp​/LIPP26​_Tabu​_Schulze​.pdf (18 Nov 2020.)
Sharifian, Farzad
2011Cultural conceptualisations and language. Amsterdam: Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shore, Bradd
1989Mana and tapu. In Alan Howard & Robert Borofsky (eds.), Developments in Polynesian Ethnology, 137–173. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.Google Scholar
Shumway, Eric
1971Intensive course in Tongan. Laie: Institute for Polynesian Studies.Google Scholar
Silverstein, Michael
1979Language structure and linguistic ideology. In Paul Clyne, William Hanks & Carol Hofbauer (eds.), The elements. A parasession on linguistic units and levels, 193–247. Chicago: Chicago Linguistics Society.Google Scholar
1981The limits of awareness. Austin, TX: Southwestern Educational Laboratory.Google Scholar
Simons, Gary
1982Word taboo and comparative Austronesian linguistics. In Amran Halim, Lois Carrington & S. A. Wurm (eds.), Accent on variety, 157–226. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.Google Scholar
Storch, Anne
2018Typology of secret languages and linguistic taboos. In Alexandra Aikhenvald & R. Dixon (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of linguistic typology, 287–321. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Taliai, ‘Opeti
1989Social differentiation of language levels. MA thesis, University of Auckland.
Van der Grijp, Paul
2005Development Polynesian style: Contemporary Futunan social economy and its cultural features. Journal of the Polynesian Society 114(4). 311–338.Google Scholar
Völkel, Svenja
2010Social structure, space and possession in Tongan culture and language: An ethnolinguistic study. Amsterdam: Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2017Word classes and the scope of lexical flexibility in Tongan. Studies in Language 41(2). 445–495. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wood-Ellem, Elisabeth
1999Queen Sālote of Tonga. The story of an era 1900–1965. Auckland: Auckland University Press.Google Scholar