Here and There : Cross-linguistic Studies on Deixis and Demonstration.

By: Weissenborn, JürgenContributor(s): Klein, WolfgangSeries: Pragmatics & BeyondPublisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1982Copyright date: ©1982Description: 1 online resource (302 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789027280626Subject(s): Grammar, Comparative and general -- DeixisGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Here and There : Cross-linguistic Studies on Deixis and DemonstrationDDC classification: 415 LOC classification: P299.D44 -- H47 1982ebOnline resources: Click to View
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HERE AND THERE Cross-linguistic Studies on Deixis and Demonstration -- Editorial page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Table of content -- INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- UP/DOWN, FRONT/BACK, LEFT/RIGHT A CONTRASTIVE STUDY OF HAUSA AND ENGLISH -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DA AND THE SYSTEM OF SPATIAL DEIXIS IN GERMAN -- 1. DA AND THE FIELD OF DEICTIC EXPRESSIONS IN GERMAN -- 2. DA AND THE FIELD OF STRICT SPATIAL DEIXIS IN GERMAN -- 3. DA AS A SPATIAL ANAPHOR -- 4. SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- REPRESENTATIONS OF LOCAL NI-DEIXIS IN SWAHILI IN RELATION TO BÜHLER'S "ORIGO DES ZEIGFELDS -- 1. BÜHLER'S "ORIGO DES ZEIGFELDS" AND ITS NECESSARY EXTENSION -- 2. SOME GENERAL REMARKS ON SWAHILI SYNTAX -- 3. LOCAL NI-DEICTIC EXPRESSIONS IN SWAHILI -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- SOME SYSTEMS OF SPATIAL DEIXIS IN PAPUAN LANGUAGES -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE SYSTEM OF LOCAL DEIXIS IN THE EIPO, YALE AND ANGGURUK LANGUAGE -- 2.1 The Eipo language -- 2.2 The Yale language -- 2.3 The Angguruk language -- 3. PROBLEMS AND QUESTIONS -- 4. CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- LOCAL DEIXIS IN TOLAI -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE TOLAI AREA -- 3. SOME BASIC FEATURES OF TOLAI GRAMMAR -- 4. THE SYNTACTIC FUNCTIONS OF LOCAL DEICTICS -- 5. CLASSIFICATION OF LOCAL DEICTICS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE SYSTEM OF LOCAL DEIXIS IN SPANISH -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ON VERB DEIXIS IN HUNGARIAN -- 1. FUNDAMENTALS OF DEIXIS -- 1.1 Pointing and naming -- 1.2 Bühler's analysis -- 1.3 Schmid's analysis -- 1.4 Austerlitz' analysis -- 2. PERSONAL DEIXIS AND MOTION VERBS IN HUNGARIAN -- 2.1 Asymmetry of inflectional paradigm -- 2.2 Deixis and motion verbs -- SUMMARY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS IN RUSSIAN AND CZECH - DEIXIS AND ANAPHORA -- 1. AIMS OF THE PAPER -- 2. DISCUSSION OF ALTERNATIVE BASIC SCHEMES OF SEMANTICOPPOSITIONS.
3. EXTENDED SCHEME OF DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS -- 4. DISCUSSION OF THE ESSENTIAL DEICTIC CATEGORIES -- 5. "NEUTRAL ELEMENT" VERSUS "NEUTRALIZATION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DEIXIS AND ANAPHORA IN GERMAN DIALECTS: THE SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATICS OF TWO DEFINITE ARTICLES IN DIALECTAL VARIETIES -- 1. INRODUCTION: THE NATURE OF THE PROBLEM -- 2. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC EXPRESSIONS CONTAINING THE DEFINITE ARTICLE -- 2.1 Generic reference -- 2.2 Generic reference to concepts -- 2.3 Specific reference -- 2.4 The definite article in deictic us -- 2.5 The definite article in anaphorical use -- 2.6 The definite article in nominais referring to unique objects -- 3. TWO PARADIGMS OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE AND THEIR FUNCTIONS IN A DIALECT OF THE RHINELAND -- 3.1 List of the definite articles -- 3.2 dor-article. Kinds of reference -- SOME REMARKS ON JAPANESE DEICTICS -- 3.2.1 dor-article in generic reference -- 3.2.2 The dor-article in generic reference to concepts -- 3.2.3 The dor-article in specific reference referring to unique objects -- 3.3 dε - article. Kinds of reference -- 3.3.1 Deictic reference -- 4. REFERENCE OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE IN DIALECT AND STANDARD -- 5. EVIDENCE FROM A BROADER DATA BASIS: DOUBLE PARADIGMS OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE IN OTHER DIALECTSAND IN STANDARD GERMAN -- 6. CONCLUDING STATEMENT: DEIXIS REVISITED -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- SOME REMARKS ON JAPANESE DEICTICS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- HOPI PERSON DEIXIS -- 1. THE HOPI DEICTIC PERSON SYSTEM -- 1.0 Introduction -- 1.1 Personal pronoun set -- REFERENCES -- NOTES -- ZUR HISTORISCHEN ENTWICKLUNG DER PERSONENDEIXIS IM CHINESISCHEN -- 1. EINIGE VORBEMERKUNGEN ZUR PERIODISIERUNG DER CHINESISCHEN SPRACHENTWICKLUNG -- 2. EINIGE MERKMALE DES SPRACHWANDELS -- 3. GRUNDZÜGE DER PERSONENDEIXIS IM CHINESISCHEN -- 3.1 Zu den sogenannten "konstanten Grundzügen" der Personendeixis.
3.2. Veränderungen im System der Personendeixis -- 3.3 Kategorien der Personalpronomina -- 4. KRITISCHE ANMERKUNGEN ZU K. BÜHLER -- THE DEICTIC SYSTEM OF DIYARI -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. PERSONAL DEIXIS -- 2.1 Pronominal categories -- 2.2 Case forms -- 3. TEMPORAL DEIXIS -- 3.1 Temporal location nouns -- 3.2 Verb tenses -- 4. SPATIAL LOCATION DEIXIS -- 5. CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEXOF NAMES -- INDEXOF SUBJECTS.
Summary: Deixis - the rooting of utterances in the speech situation - is one of the most salient universals of natural language. The ways in which different languages link utterances to pragmatic factors such as speech time, speech place, and speech participants show a rich variation. This makes deixis a particular fruitful domain for the study of universals, language comparison, and the relationship between language and reality. This volume presents and discusses deictic systems of both Indo-European and non-Indo-European languages, including Russian, Czech, Spanish, German (standard and dialect), Hungarian, Chinese, Japanese, Hausa, Swahili, Hopi, Eipo, Tolai, Diyari. Focus is on spatial deixis, but other deictic and demonstrative expressions are treated as well.
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HERE AND THERE Cross-linguistic Studies on Deixis and Demonstration -- Editorial page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Table of content -- INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- UP/DOWN, FRONT/BACK, LEFT/RIGHT A CONTRASTIVE STUDY OF HAUSA AND ENGLISH -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DA AND THE SYSTEM OF SPATIAL DEIXIS IN GERMAN -- 1. DA AND THE FIELD OF DEICTIC EXPRESSIONS IN GERMAN -- 2. DA AND THE FIELD OF STRICT SPATIAL DEIXIS IN GERMAN -- 3. DA AS A SPATIAL ANAPHOR -- 4. SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- REPRESENTATIONS OF LOCAL NI-DEIXIS IN SWAHILI IN RELATION TO BÜHLER'S "ORIGO DES ZEIGFELDS -- 1. BÜHLER'S "ORIGO DES ZEIGFELDS" AND ITS NECESSARY EXTENSION -- 2. SOME GENERAL REMARKS ON SWAHILI SYNTAX -- 3. LOCAL NI-DEICTIC EXPRESSIONS IN SWAHILI -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- SOME SYSTEMS OF SPATIAL DEIXIS IN PAPUAN LANGUAGES -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE SYSTEM OF LOCAL DEIXIS IN THE EIPO, YALE AND ANGGURUK LANGUAGE -- 2.1 The Eipo language -- 2.2 The Yale language -- 2.3 The Angguruk language -- 3. PROBLEMS AND QUESTIONS -- 4. CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- LOCAL DEIXIS IN TOLAI -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE TOLAI AREA -- 3. SOME BASIC FEATURES OF TOLAI GRAMMAR -- 4. THE SYNTACTIC FUNCTIONS OF LOCAL DEICTICS -- 5. CLASSIFICATION OF LOCAL DEICTICS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE SYSTEM OF LOCAL DEIXIS IN SPANISH -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ON VERB DEIXIS IN HUNGARIAN -- 1. FUNDAMENTALS OF DEIXIS -- 1.1 Pointing and naming -- 1.2 Bühler's analysis -- 1.3 Schmid's analysis -- 1.4 Austerlitz' analysis -- 2. PERSONAL DEIXIS AND MOTION VERBS IN HUNGARIAN -- 2.1 Asymmetry of inflectional paradigm -- 2.2 Deixis and motion verbs -- SUMMARY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS IN RUSSIAN AND CZECH - DEIXIS AND ANAPHORA -- 1. AIMS OF THE PAPER -- 2. DISCUSSION OF ALTERNATIVE BASIC SCHEMES OF SEMANTICOPPOSITIONS.

3. EXTENDED SCHEME OF DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS -- 4. DISCUSSION OF THE ESSENTIAL DEICTIC CATEGORIES -- 5. "NEUTRAL ELEMENT" VERSUS "NEUTRALIZATION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DEIXIS AND ANAPHORA IN GERMAN DIALECTS: THE SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATICS OF TWO DEFINITE ARTICLES IN DIALECTAL VARIETIES -- 1. INRODUCTION: THE NATURE OF THE PROBLEM -- 2. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC EXPRESSIONS CONTAINING THE DEFINITE ARTICLE -- 2.1 Generic reference -- 2.2 Generic reference to concepts -- 2.3 Specific reference -- 2.4 The definite article in deictic us -- 2.5 The definite article in anaphorical use -- 2.6 The definite article in nominais referring to unique objects -- 3. TWO PARADIGMS OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE AND THEIR FUNCTIONS IN A DIALECT OF THE RHINELAND -- 3.1 List of the definite articles -- 3.2 dor-article. Kinds of reference -- SOME REMARKS ON JAPANESE DEICTICS -- 3.2.1 dor-article in generic reference -- 3.2.2 The dor-article in generic reference to concepts -- 3.2.3 The dor-article in specific reference referring to unique objects -- 3.3 dε - article. Kinds of reference -- 3.3.1 Deictic reference -- 4. REFERENCE OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE IN DIALECT AND STANDARD -- 5. EVIDENCE FROM A BROADER DATA BASIS: DOUBLE PARADIGMS OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE IN OTHER DIALECTSAND IN STANDARD GERMAN -- 6. CONCLUDING STATEMENT: DEIXIS REVISITED -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- SOME REMARKS ON JAPANESE DEICTICS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- HOPI PERSON DEIXIS -- 1. THE HOPI DEICTIC PERSON SYSTEM -- 1.0 Introduction -- 1.1 Personal pronoun set -- REFERENCES -- NOTES -- ZUR HISTORISCHEN ENTWICKLUNG DER PERSONENDEIXIS IM CHINESISCHEN -- 1. EINIGE VORBEMERKUNGEN ZUR PERIODISIERUNG DER CHINESISCHEN SPRACHENTWICKLUNG -- 2. EINIGE MERKMALE DES SPRACHWANDELS -- 3. GRUNDZÜGE DER PERSONENDEIXIS IM CHINESISCHEN -- 3.1 Zu den sogenannten "konstanten Grundzügen" der Personendeixis.

3.2. Veränderungen im System der Personendeixis -- 3.3 Kategorien der Personalpronomina -- 4. KRITISCHE ANMERKUNGEN ZU K. BÜHLER -- THE DEICTIC SYSTEM OF DIYARI -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. PERSONAL DEIXIS -- 2.1 Pronominal categories -- 2.2 Case forms -- 3. TEMPORAL DEIXIS -- 3.1 Temporal location nouns -- 3.2 Verb tenses -- 4. SPATIAL LOCATION DEIXIS -- 5. CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEXOF NAMES -- INDEXOF SUBJECTS.

Deixis - the rooting of utterances in the speech situation - is one of the most salient universals of natural language. The ways in which different languages link utterances to pragmatic factors such as speech time, speech place, and speech participants show a rich variation. This makes deixis a particular fruitful domain for the study of universals, language comparison, and the relationship between language and reality. This volume presents and discusses deictic systems of both Indo-European and non-Indo-European languages, including Russian, Czech, Spanish, German (standard and dialect), Hungarian, Chinese, Japanese, Hausa, Swahili, Hopi, Eipo, Tolai, Diyari. Focus is on spatial deixis, but other deictic and demonstrative expressions are treated as well.

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