Aspects of Western Subanon Formal Speech

Statement of Responsibility:
Hall, William C
Authors:
Series Issue:
81
Date:
1987
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Summer Institute of Linguistics Publications in Linguistics 81
Extent:
xii, 191 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Abbreviations and Symbols
Acknowledgements

  1. Introduction
    • 1.1 Language and Linguistics
    • 1.2 Language and Society
    • 1.3 The Present Study
    • 1.4 The Observer
    • 1.5 Formal Speech
    • 1.6 The Western Subanon
  2. Formal Situations
    • 2.0 Introduction
    • 2.1 Subanon Speech
    • 2.2 Etic Units
    • 2.3 Emic Units
    • 2.4 Western Subanon Speech Situations and Events
  3. Interchange Dynamics
  4. 3.0 Introduction
  5. 3.1 Participant Perceptions of the Speech Situation
  6. 3.2 Dynamics of Turn Taking
  7. 3.3 Beginnings and Endings
  8. 3.4 Back Channel Responses
  9. 3.5 Interruption
  10. The Patterns of Poetry
    • 4.0 Introduction
    • 4.1 Parallel Structures
    • 4.2 Doublets
    • 4.3 Conclusion
  11. Poetic Patterns in Formal Speech
    • 5.0 Introduction
    • 5.1 Parallel Structure in Speech
    • 5.2 Parallelism and Linguistic Analysis
    • 5.3 Parallels from Formal Speech
    • 5.4 Conclusion

Appendix A – the mongimunag Event Text
Appendix B – The Feast of dakul Event Text
Appendix C – The mogogoka´oy Event Text
Appendix D – The Confrontation Event Text
Appendix E – A Polite Formal Request Text

Country:
Philippines
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Subject:
Discourse analysis
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Entry Number:
8619