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Author Ogi, Naomi, author
Title Involvement and attitude in Japanese discourse : interactive markers / Naomi Ogi
Imprint Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2017]
©2017
book jacket
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 人文社會聯圖  PL640.5 .O34 2017    AVAILABLE    30630020101257
Descript xi, 232 pages ; 25 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Pragmatics & beyond new series (P&BNS), 0922-842X ; volume 272
Pragmatics & beyond ; new ser., 272
Note Originally presented as author's thesis (doctoral)--Australian National University, 2011
Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-221) and indexes
Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations used in the interlinear gloss -- Introduction -- Focus and aims -- Discourse Markers and 'interactive markers' -- Scope of the study -- Methodology -- Data and presentation -- Organisation of the study -- Approaches to interactive markers -- Syntactical approach -- Cognitive approach -- Information-state-based account -- Discourse-management-based account -- Dialogue-coordination-based account -- Illocutionary force -- Insistence-compliance-based account -- Authority-based account -- Interactional approach -- Social approach -- Indexicality-based account -- Politeness-based account -- Summary -- Involvement, formality and gender in language use -- Involvement -- Formality -- Gender -- Summary -- Involvement and the speaker's attitudes -- Involvement and the speaker's attitudes -- Incorporative attitude and monopolistic attitude -- Incorporative {ne, na} vs. monopolistic {yo, sa, wa, zo, ze} -- Summary -- Incorporate markers ne and na -- Ne -- Previous studies okn ne -- The function of ne : aligning with the hearer -- The crucial use of ne -- The optional use of ne -- The non-sentence-final use of ne -- Na -- Previous studies on na -- The function of na : aligning with the hearer -- The crucial use of na -- The optional use of na -- The non-sentence-final use of na -- The impossible use of ne and na -- The common expressive effects of ne and na and their use in social contexts -- Softening vs. strengthening -- More frequent use in casual conversation -- The difference between ne and na -- Special property of na : Camaraderie -- Plain form da, ru and na -- Polite form desu, masu and na -- Gender and na -- Summary -- Monopolistic markers yo and sa -- Yo -- Previous studies on yo -- The function of yo : ensuring the hearer's understanding -- The expressive effects of yo and its use in social contexts -- Sa -- Relevant facts -- Previous studies on sa -- The function of sa : presenting the utterance as a matter of course for the speaker -- The expressive effects of sa and its use in social contexts -- Summary -- Monopolistic markers wa, zo and ze -- Modal expression daroo, deshoo 'suppose' -- Wa -- Relevant facts -- Previous studies on wa -- The function of wa : delivering the utterance in a firm manner -- The expressive effects of wa and its use in social contexts -- Zo -- Relevant facts -- Previous studies on zo -- The function of zo : urging the hearer's understanding of an implied message -- The expressive effects of zo and its use in social contexts -- Ze -- Relevant facts -- Previous studies on ze -- The function of ze : enhancing the hearer's understanding of the speaker's belief in sharing -- The expressive effects of ze and its use in social contexts -- Summary -- Conclusion -- Function of each marker -- Implications -- Involvement in spoken discourse -- Interface between language and culture -- Sociocultural understanding in the second, foreign language education -- Japanese and the expressions of formality and gender -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Data sources -- Author index -- Subject index
Link Online version: Ogi, Naomi, author. Involvement and attitude in Japanese discourse Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2017] 9789027266071 (DLC) 2017005361
Subject Japanese language -- Sentence particles
Discourse markers. fast (OCoLC)fst00894949
Japanese language -- Discourse analysis. fast (OCoLC)fst00981607
Japanese language -- Spoken Japanese. fast (OCoLC)fst00981728
Discourse markers
Japanese language -- Spoken Japanese
Language and languages. fast (OCoLC)fst00992154
Japanese language -- Sentence particles. fast (OCoLC)fst00981722
Japanese language -- Discourse analysis
Japan. fast (OCoLC)fst01204082
Japan -- Languages
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