Evidentials in Pastaza Quichua, an Amazonian dialect of Ecuadorian Quechua, are examined and their uses in narratives compared. The novel contribution of this paper is to show, by comparing data from personal experience narratives, that evidentials are used to convey speaker subjectivity, rather than source of information, and that switches between different speaker subjectivities, which may be encoded as ‘selves’ or ‘others’, are particularly evident in passages where momentous, life-changing statuses or interpersonal upheavals are being articulated.
2015. Characterizing evidentiality. Linguistic Typology 19:2
González Vázquez, Mercedes
2023. Aspectos cognitivo-culturais subxacentes ao emprego dos marcadores evidenciais en galego. Moenia
2020. Managing Common Ground with epistemic marking: ‘Evidential’ markers in Upper Napo Kichwa and their functions in interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 168 ► pp. 81 ff.
2020. Fieldwork on epistemic authority markers: What we can learn from different types of data. Folia Linguistica 54:2 ► pp. 405 ff.
2021. Using discourse markers to negotiate epistemic stance: A view from situated language use. Journal of Pragmatics 177 ► pp. 208 ff.
Grzech, Karolina, Eva Schultze-Berndt & Henrik Bergqvist
2020. Knowing in interaction: An introduction. Folia Linguistica 54:2 ► pp. 281 ff.
2023. Formulaicity of fictional quotative ga itteta and its functions in Japanese social media posts. Journal of Japanese Linguistics 39:1 ► pp. 125 ff.
2019. Performing Pluralism: Language, Indigeneity, and Ritual Activism in Amazonia. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 24:1 ► pp. 181 ff.
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