4 edition of Linguistic politeness across boundaries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Arin Bayraktaroǧlu, Maria Sifianou.|
|Series||Pragmatics & beyond,, new ser. 88|
|Contributions||Bayraktaroğlu, Arın, 1945-, Sifianou, Maria.|
|LC Classifications||P299.H66 L56 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 435 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||00067437|
This paper is an endeavour to depict a holistic image of theories of politeness ranging from classic theories of politeness to the most up-to-date theories. To this end, the reviews of the social norm view, the conversational maxim view, the conversational-contract view, Brown and Levinson’s face-saving view, Arndt and Jannaey’s Supportive face-work and interpersonal politeness, Spencer.
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This volume includes 14 papers investigating politeness phenomena in Greece and Turkey, the cultural cross-roads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
It reflects current research and provides observations of and findings in patterns of linguistic politeness in a geographical area other than the much studied English speaking ones. The book appeals to professionals and students interested in a Reviews: 1.
This volume includes 14 papers investigating politeness phenomena in Greece and Turkey, the cultural cross-roads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It reflects current research Linguistic politeness across boundaries book provides observations of and findings in patterns of linguistic politeness in a geographical area other than the much studied English speaking ones.
The book appeals to professionals and students interested. Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries The case of Greek Linguistic politeness across boundaries book Turkish. Editors. Arın Bayraktaroğlu The book appeals to professionals and students interested in a broader perspective of language use in its social context.
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Subject: review of Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries: Greek & Turkish Bayraktaroglu, Arin, and Maria Sifianou () Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish. John Benjamins Publishing Company, xiv+pp, hardback ISBN (US), (Eur), $, Pragmatics and Beyond New Series : Linguistic Politeness: Theories and Applications (): Christine Christie: Books.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Preface / Sachiko Ide --Introduction / Linguistic politeness across boundaries book Bayraktaroğlu and Maria Sifianou --Freedom, solidarity and obligation: the socio-cultural context of Greek politeness / Renée Hirschon --Politeness in Turkish and its linguistic manifestations: a socio-cultural perspective.
A radically new account of linguistic politeness, the book will appeal to students and researchers in a wide range of disciplines, in linguistics and the social sciences.
Reviews ‘I can think of no-one in the field better qualified to write a critical introduction to linguistic politeness research than Professor Watts. Linguistic politeness across boundaries book Linguistic Politeness across Boundaries.
The Case of Greek and Turkish Review of Bayraktarogˇlu, Arın, Linguistic politeness across boundaries book, Maria, Eds., Amsterdam: Benjamins xiv +. 7, ‘Code-switching: Linguistic choices across language boundaries’, kicks off the ‘macro-choices’ part of the book by examining the why, the who, the how, and the when of code-switching.
C highlights Linguistic politeness across boundaries book critical role of choice in code-switching in view of the fact that the speaker chooses how much and in what proportion he or she.
Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish Arin Bayraktaroğlu (ed.), Maria Sifianou (ed.) This volume includes 14 papers investigating politeness phenomena in Greece and Turkey, the cultural cross-roads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
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[Arın Bayraktaroğlu; Maria Sifianou;] -- This volume includes 14 papers investigating politeness phenomena in Greece and Turkey, the cultural cross-roads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
It reflects current research and provides. During the last fifteen years, existing models of linguistic politeness have generated a huge amount of empirical research. Using a wide range of data from real-life speech situations, this new introduction to politeness breaks away from the limitations of current models and argues that the proper object of study in politeness theory must be commonsense notions of what politeness and.
This book then will prove to be a of value to social scientists and linguists and for those interested in understanding the relationship between language culture and society. Bayraktaroglu, Arin and Maria Sifianou, eds. () Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries: The case of Greek and Turkish.
In A. Bayraktaroğlu & M. Sifianou(eds), Linguistic Politeness across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins, Sifianou, Maria () “Oh. How appropriate”: Compliments and politeness.
In A. Bayraktaroğlu & M. Sifianou(eds), Linguistic Politeness across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish. Pragmatics & Beyond New Series is a continuation of Pragmatics & Beyond and its Companion Series. The series provides a forum for scholars in any area of Pragmatics.
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Book Reviews Arın Bayraktarogˇlu and Maria Siﬁanou (eds.) Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish.
(= Pragmatics and Beyond New Series, ) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins,xiv pages (+ index). ISBN 1–––0 (US), 90–– (Eur). $ Reviewed by Christina Kakava (Mary Washington College) This edited. Organised under the aegis of the Linguistic Politeness Research Group, and around the theme of “WITHIN AND BEYOND MAINSTREAM APPROACHES TO (IM)POLITENESS”, the 12th International Conference on (Im)politeness will be held at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (17 July ), to continue the tradition and success of previous Politeness.
During the last fifteen years, existing models of linguistic politeness have generated a huge amount of empirical research. Using a wide range of data from real-life speech situations, this new introduction to politeness breaks away from the limitations of current models and argues that the proper object of study in politeness theory must be commonsense notions of what politeness and /5(4).
In this highly original account, Sara Mills analyses the interrelationship between class and linguistic interaction, uncovering the linguistic ideologies behind politeness in British English.
She sheds light on the way politeness and rudeness interrelate with the marking of class boundaries, and reveals how middle-class positions in society are Cited by: 6. Linguistic politeness ethos by the different weight cultures place on negative and positive face, respectively - much along the lines suggested by Brown and Levinson and taken up by Scollon and Scollon () in their distinction between `solidarity' and `deference' (= distance) oriented societies.
Cited by: Review of 'Understanding Politeness' [email protected] Book review Linguistic Politeness across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish (review)Author: Eva Ogiermann. Politeness theory, proposed by Penelope Brown and Stephen C. Levinson, centers on the notion of politeness, construed as efforts on redressing the affronts to a person's self-esteems of effectively claiming positive social values in social interactions.
Such self-esteem is referred as the sociological concept of face (as in "save face" or "lose face") to discuss politeness as a response to. Negative Politeness- Presume that the speaker will be imposing on the listener and there is a higher potential for awkwardness or embarrassment.
be indirect, use hedges, minimize imposition, apologize. Positive Politeness- Makes the hearer feel good about themselves, interests, or possessions.
(usually audience are familiar to oneFile Size: KB. It will be relevant to readers new to the field who want to develop a thorough understanding of linguistic politeness, to readers who want to extend their knowledge of the field, as well as to readers who want to explore social interaction within and across cultural boundaries by applying the analytical tools presented here.3/5(1).
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linguistic politeness across boundaries the case of gre, Author. Bayraktaroglu, Arin and Maria Sifianou, (eds.) (). Linguistic Politeness across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Pragmatics and Beyond Series. Hardback ISBN X (Eur.) / (US), pp. Price: USD $/Euro Reviewed by Corinne Boz, School of Cultural Studies, Sheffield Hallam University.
Introducing linguistic politeness 1 2. Politeness through time and across cultures 27 3. Modelling linguistic politeness (I) 47 4. Modelling linguistic politeness (II): Brown and Levinson and their critics 85 5.
Facework and linguistic politeness 6. A social model of politeness 7. Structures of linguistic politeness Size: KB. Introduction: Face, identity and im/politeness. Looking backward, moving forward: From Goffman to practice theory; Identity work and face work across linguistic and cultural boundaries; Small stories and identities analysis as a framework for the study of im/politeness-in-interactionCited by: ———.
‘Oh. How Appropriate!’ Compliments and Politeness. In Linguistic Politeness Across Boundaries: The Case of Greek and Turkish, ed. Bayraktaroglu and M. Sifianou, – Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Politeness, Face and Facework: Current Issues Abstract The main purpose of this paper is to consider some current issues in the study of linguistic politeness and its relation to the notions of face and facework.
These notions have received a myriad of different definitions in pragmatics and sociolinguistics during the last Size: KB. Book review Politeness J. Watts Richard, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, xiv + pp.
GBP 50 (Hb), (Pb) With this book, Richard Watts sets himself a tall order: to ‘‘introduce readers to the controversies in the field of linguistic politeness without being uncritical, [to] help the reader through the maze of research publications on the topic, but above all Author: Marina Terkourafi.
In Arin Bayractaroğlu & Maria Sifianou (eds.), Linguistic politeness across boundaries: The case of Greek and Turkish, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Google Scholar. Bella, Spyridoula.
Invitations and politeness in Greek: The age variable. Journal of Politeness Research 5(2). Web of Science Google ScholarCited by: 1. Linguistic politeness. Politeness, in an interaction, can be defined as the means employed to show awareness of another person's face, i.e. his or her public we attempt to save another's face, we can pay attention to their negative face (i.e.
the need to be independent, to have freedom of action, and not to be imposed on by others) or their positive face (i.e. the need to be. The book is notable for its wide breadth.
It covers countries across the European continent, a number of which have up to now received little or no attention from politeness theorists. All those engaged in politeness theory research will find that Politeness in Europe deserves a place on their Size: KB. Aspects of Linguistic Impoliteness ix issues and it befalls to linguists to provide analytical frameworks accessible to specialists and lay people alike.
This is precisely the purpose of this book in which linguists, discourse analysts and literary critics contribute to the clarification of impoliteness as a. Linguistic politeness is one of the most significant underpinnings of interactional communication and social everyday life. This article reviews the most important theoretical and analytical frameworks which attempt to conceptualize politeness within and across cultures with the aim to uncover the universality of linguistic politeness.
'English Politeness and Pdf provides a timely contribution to the growing body of work in the field of politeness research that charts intra-cultural diversity.
Demonstrating the applicability of recent developments in the theorization of linguistic (im)politeness and offering a fresh approach to the ideologies that inform politeness.Politeness is a topic on which people have very different opinions (and “people,” in this case, download pdf linguistic scholars and researchers).
According to one view, politeness is a superficial and dispensable adornment of human language, rather like icing on a cake. For others, including myself, it is a deeper phenomenon, some -File Size: 2MB.This handbook comprehensively examines social interaction by providing a critical ebook of the field of linguistic politeness and impoliteness.
Authored by over forty leading scholars, it offers a diverse and multidisciplinary approach to a vast array of themes that are vital Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.