It’s not all about you

New perspectives on address research

Editors
| University of Hildesheim
| Texas A&M University
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ISBN 9789027204158 | EUR 105.00 | USD 158.00
 
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The twenty-first century has seen a surge in cross-linguistic research on forms of address from increasingly diverse and complementary perspectives. The present edited collection is the inaugural volume of Topics in Address Research, a series that aims to reflect that growing interest. The volume includes an overview, followed by seventeen chapters organized in five sections covering new methodological and theoretical approaches, variation and change, address in digital and audiovisual media, nominal address, and self- and third-person reference. This collection includes work on Cameroonian French, Czech, Dutch, English (from the US, UK, Australia, and Canada), Finnish, Italian, Mongolian, Palenquero Creole, Portuguese, Slovak, and Spanish (in its Peninsular and American varieties). By presenting the work in English, the book offers a bridge among researchers in different language families. It will be of interest to pragmatists, sociolinguists, typologists, and anyone focused on the emergence and evolution of this central aspect of verbal communication.
[Topics in Address Research, 1]  2019.  vi, 447 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Address and address research: Here’s looking at you, kid
María Irene Moyna, Bettina Kluge and Horst J. Simon
2–20
Looking backwards, looking forwards
24–121
A literature review of address studies from pragmatic and sociolinguistic perspectives
Thoai Nu-Linh Ton
24–45
On translating pronominal and nominal terms of address: State of the art and future directions
Bettina Kluge
48–73
Examining Twitter as a source for address research using Colombian Spanish
Daniel Foster, Suzanne Aalberse and Wessel Stoop
76–97
Imaginary customers and public figures: Visual material as stimuli in studies of address practices
Hanna Lappalainen
100–121
Variation and change
126–250
Now you Sie me, now you don’t: The history and remnants of the 3pl V address pronoun calque in Slovak (onikanie) and in Czech (onikání)
Heinz L. Kretzenbacher, John Hajek, Robert Lagerberg and Agnese Bresin
126–137
On address pronouns in the history of Brazilian Portuguese
Célia Regina dos Santos Lopes and Leonardo Lennertz Marcotulio
140–159
Palenquero Creole: The syntax of second person pronouns and the pragmatics of address switching
Miguel Gutiérrez Maté
162–190
Variation in polite address in contemporary Uruguayan Spanish
María Irene Moyna
192–219
Transition from V to T address among restaurant customers and waiters in Italy
Agnese Bresin, John Hajek and Heinz L. Kretzenbacher
222–250
Reflections of address in digital and visual media
254–331
Address negotiations in Dutch emails
Roel Vismans
254–279
The variable functions of addressing hearer-participants with Spanish second person object forms in media discourse
María José Serrano
282–303
Pragmatic and grammatical categories for the analysis of forms of address in presidential election debates
María Eugenia Vázquez Laslop
306–331
Nominal address
336–372
Nominal address strategies in Cameroon French: Between lexical creativity and pragmatics
Bernard Mulo Farenkia
336–353
Brocatives: Self-reported use of masculine nominal vocatives in Manitoba (Canada)
Matthew Urichuk and Verónica Loureiro-Rodríguez
356–372
Address, the self, and the other
376–433
Introductions at international academic conferences: Address and naming in three national varieties of English
Catrin Norrby, Doris Schüpbach, John Hajek and Heinz L. Kretzenbacher
376–395
Person-referring expressions, reference nominals, and address nominals: Informalization in an Illinois neighborhood social group
Susan Meredith Burt
398–413
Terms of address and self-reference in Ulaanbaatar Mongolian
Benjamin Brosig
416–433
Index
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2019027959 | Marc record