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Reflexive language : reported speech and metapragmatics

Reflexive language : reported speech and metapragmatics (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Lucy, John Arthur, 1949-.
Title Statement
Reflexive language : reported speech and metapragmatics / edited by John A. Lucy.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge [England] ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   1993.  
Physical Medium
x, 414 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0521351642
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Metalanguage. Pragmatics. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Indirect discourse.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = ⅸ
General introduction = 1
Part Ⅰ Theoretical foundations = 5
 Introduction to Part Ⅰ = 7
 1 Reflexive language and the human disciplines / John A. Lucy(University of Pennsylvania) = 9
 2 Metapragmatic discourse and metapragmatic function / Michael Silverstein(University of Chicago) = 33
Part Ⅱ The relation of form and function in reflexive language = 59
 Introduction to Part Ⅱ = 61
 3 The boundaries of reported speech in narrative discourse: some developmental aspects / Maya Hickmann(Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen) = 63
 4 Metapragmatic presentationals: reporting speech with quotatives in Yucatec Maya / John A. Lucy(University of Pennsylvania) = 91
 5 Metalanguage and pragmatics of deixis / William F. Hanks(University of Chicago) = 127
 6 Learning what to ask: metapragmatic factors and methodological reification / Elizabeth Mertz(American Bar Foundation) = 159
Part Ⅲ Text, context, and the cultural functions of reflexive language = 175
 Introduction to Part Ⅲ = 177
 7 Generic versus metapragmatic dimensions of Warao narratives: who regiments performance? / Charles L. Briggs(Vassar College) = 179
 8 Performance form and the voices of characters in five versions of the Wasco Coyote Cycle / Robert E. Moore(University of Chicago) = 213
 9 The represented functions of speech in Shokleng myth / Greg Urban(University of Texas, Austin) = 241
 10 The political function of reported speech: a Belauan example / Richard J. Parmentier(Brandeis University) = 261
Part Ⅳ Interpretation, reported speech, and metapragmatics in the Western tradition = 287
 Introduction to Part Ⅳ = 289
 11 Text, transference, and indexicality / Vincent Crapanzano(City University of New York) = 293
 12 The importance of reflexive language in George H. Mead's theory of self and communication / Steve C. Caton(University of California, Santa Cruz) = 315
 13 Where epistemology, style, and grammar meet literary history: the development of represented speech and thought / Ann Banfield(University of California, Berkeley) = 339
 14 Metalanguages and subjectivities / Benjamin Lee(Center for Psychosocial Studies, Chicago) = 365
 15 Re-creating Genesis: the metapragmatics of divine speech / Naomi Janowitz(University of California, Davis) = 393
Name index = 406
Subject index = 410


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