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Author Aijón Oliva, Miguel Ángel, author
Title Constructing us : the first and second persons in Spanish media discourse / Miguel A. Aijón Oliva
Imprint Berlin : De Gruyter, [2019]
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 人文社會聯圖  P96.L342 S722 2019    AVAILABLE    30630020130082
Descript x, 382 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Series Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie ; Band 435
Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie ; 435. Heft
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-380)
Acknowledgments -- Outline of this book -- Linguistic choice and the construction of meaning -- Meaning, choice and isomorphism -- From linguistic variation to communicative choice -- The cognitive construction of entities through formal choice -- Salience -- Informativeness -- Salience and informativeness at play in the construction of referents across discourse -- Summary -- Variable grammar : the continuum of syntactic functions -- Functions as prototypes -- Central vs. peripheral functions; the role of agreement -- Subject agreement -- Object agreement -- The intermediate functional nature of clitics -- Object and clitic co-occurrence -- Salience and informativeness in object agreement -- Variation and choice between the subject and object prototypes -- Variation and choice between the object prototypes -- Summary -- The first and second persons : discourse in grammar -- The discursive-cognitive value of grammatical persons : From anaphora and deixis to reference -- First- and second-person forms in Spanish -- Salience and informativeness in the first and second persons -- The non-prototypical features of first- and second-person objects -- General distribution across object contexts -- Distribution of the different grammatical persons across object contexts -- Distribution according to the perceptibility of the clause subject -- Variable formulation and placement of object pronouns -- Discursive datives : The indexation of "unexpected" participants -- Summary -- The singular first person : the speaker -- The subparadigm and its meaning -- The construction of reference -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- The plural first person : more than the speaker -- The subparadigm and its meaning -- The construction of reference -- Speaker-blurring -- Audience-exclusive -- Audience-inclusive -- Pragmaticalized -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- The singular second person : the addressee -- The subparadigm and its meaning -- The construction of reference -- Specific -- Nonspecific -- Speaker-inclusive, objectivizing -- Pragmaticalized -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- The plural second person : the audience -- The subparadigm and its meaning -- The construction of reference -- Specific -- Semispecific -- Nonspecific -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- The displaced second persons : addressees and audiences far away -- The subparadigms and their meaning -- The construction of reference -- Usted -- Ustedes -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- The construction of style across textual genres -- Linguistic choice and sociocommunicative style -- Subjectivity, intersubjectivity and objectivity -- Stylistic features considered -- The study of variation and choice across textual genres -- Participant indexation -- Person choice -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- The construction of style across participant identities -- Style and identity -- Socioprofessional identities in media communication -- Participant indexation -- Person choice -- Variable expression and placement of pronouns -- Functional encoding -- Summary -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendices -- Codes used for the identification of examples -- Conventions used in the transcription of radio texts
Subject Mass media and language -- Spain
Mass media and language -- Latin America
Mass media -- Semiotics -- Spain
Mass media -- Semiotics -- Latin America
Spanish language -- Deixis
Spanish language -- Discourse analysis
Mass media and language. fast (OCoLC)fst01011351
Mass media -- Semiotics. fast (OCoLC)fst01011301
Spanish language -- Discourse analysis. fast (OCoLC)fst01128351
Latin America. fast (OCoLC)fst01245945
Spain. fast (OCoLC)fst01204303
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