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Style shifting in Japanese / edited by Kimberly Jones, Tsuyoshi Ono.

Publication:
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub., c2008.
Series:
Pragmatics & beyond ; new ser., 180.
Pragmatics & beyond, 0922-842X ; new ser., v. 180
Format/Description:
Book
vi, 335 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Japanese language -- Style.
Contents:
The messy reality of style shifting / Kimberly Jones and Tsuyoshi Ono
Style shifts in Japanese academic consultations / Haruko Minegishi Cook
Interpersonal functions of style shift: the use of plain and masu forms in faculty meetings / Naomi Geyer
Speech style shift as an interactional discourse strategy: the use and non-use of desu/-masu in Japanese conversational interviews / Shoko Ikuta
Playing with multiple voices: emotivity and creativity in Japanese style mixture / Senko K. Maynard
Riyuu 'reason for nai desu and other semi-polite forms / Mutsuko Endo Hudson
Masen or nai desu, that is the question: a case study into Japanese conversational discourse / Satoshi Uehara and Etsuko Fukushima
The power of femininity: can Japanese gender variation signify contradictory social meanings? / Yuka Matsugu
Tuning speech style and persona / Yoshiko Matsumoto
Speech style and the use of regional (Yamaguchi) and standard Japanese in conversations / Shigeko Okamoto
"Involved" speech style and deictic management of spatio-temporal and textual reference: a case of ko/so-deictics in Japanese / Kuniyoshi Kataoka
Variation in prosodic focus of the Japanese negative nai: issues of language specificity, interactive style, and social situations / Shoji Takano.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Jones, Kimberly, 1959-
Ono, Tsuyoshi.
ISBN:
9789027254252 (hb : alk. paper)
9027254257 (hb : alk. paper)
OCLC:
236117308
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