Publication details [#6452]

Makino, Seiichi. 1976. Can a single sentence have more than one empathy focus? A case study from Japanese. Papers from the Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society 12 : 476–485.
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Article in journal
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Language as a subject


M. adduces evidence from Japanese for the claim that, in a single sentence, there can be more than one focus of empathy (i.e. the speaker can take the side of more than one of the participants of the event or action he describes).