Linguistic Empathy


Linguistic Empathy 


An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy [J] ZJM Xingwei – Foreign Language Education, 2004 – en.cnki.com.cn Empathy is covered in the range of research in both Functional Syntax and Pragmatics.  While the former concerns most of itself with the linear structure, the latter is one step further  in that it studies empathy in terms of all the possible contextual factors in specific instances … Cited by 6 – Related articles – Cached

Addressing the discontinuity of students’ and teachers’ diversity: A preliminary study of preservice teachers’ beliefs and perceived skills SV Taylor… – Teaching and Teacher Education, 2001 – Elsevier Cited by 87 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 3 versions

On empathic and logophoric binding [PDF] from nagoya-u.ac.jp DY Oshima – Research on Language & Computation, 2007 – Springer … In the following, I will first brieffy overview the theory of linguistic empathy (2.1.2), and then point out evidence to support the logophoric/empathic distinction in anaphora, drawing on Japanese data (2.1.3). Data on logophoric and empathic anaphora in languages other than … Cited by 18 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 5 versions

[CITATION] Syntactic direction and obviation as empathy-based phenomena: a typological approach [PDF] from nagoya-u.ac.jp DY Oshima – Linguistics, 2007 – Walter de Gruyter Cited by 8 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 5 versions

On the Approach of Empathy in Translating Chinese Poetry into English [J] Z Zhenying – Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2001 – en.cnki.com.cn … Journal of Tangshan College;2008-03. 4, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[ J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 5, JIANG Xin,JIANG Yi … Cited by 5 – Related articles – Cached

[CITATION] Logophoricity, Empathy and de se Interpretation D Oshima – 2004 – Stanford University Cited by 7 – Related articles

Rejection of empathy in negotiation [PDF] from usc.edu B Martinovski, D Traum… – Group Decision and Negotiation, 2007 – Springer Page 1. Group Decision and Negotiation 16: 61–76, 2007. DOI: 10.1007/s10726- 006-9032-z C Springer 2007 Rejection of Empathy in Negotiation BILYANA MARTINOVSKI, DAVID TRAUM AND STACY MARSELLA Institute … Cited by 7 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 10 versions

The pragmatic stance of person deixis, its empathic and de-empathic functions in interpersonal discourse [J] RAN Yongping – Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 2007 – en.cnki.com.cn … Journal of Putian University;2009-04. 6, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 7, XU Qiu-xiang (South … Cited by 6 – Related articles – Cached

[BOOK] Language diversity in the Pacific: Endangerment and survival D Cunningham, DE Ingram… – 2006 – books.google.com … relations with the speakers of weaker languages. Language learning is the basis of the linguistic empathy the speakers of all languages must share with one another. Page 13. Editors’ Note This volume should be seen in the … Cited by 9 – Related articles – Library Search

On Culture and Empathy in Language Communication [J] D Aohui – Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2003 – en.cnki.com.cn … 2004-03. 6, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 7, ;On Intertextuality of Translation[J];Tianjin Foreign Studies University Journal;2006-03. 8, ;The … Cited by 3 – Related articles – Cached

The Inspirations of Pragmatic Empathy and Intercultural Communication On Foreign Language Teaching [J] W Hong – Journal of Chongqing Vocational & Technical Institute, 2006 – en.cnki.com.cn … 2002-04. 8, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 9, Hu Wenzhong;Cultural factors in ELT[J];Foreign Language Teaching and Research;1992-01. 10, … Cited by 2 – Related articles – Cached

Focusing on Transferring the Cultural Charm——An Approach to Tea Poem Translation [J] X JIANG, Y JIANG… – Journal of Hanshan Normal University, 2008 – en.cnki.com.cn … Journal of Tangshan College;2008-03. 3, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[ J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 4, JIANG Xin,JIANG Yi … Cited by 2 – Related articles – Cached

On the softly persuading function of”(N) bu V” imperative sentence [J] WAN Xinzheng – Chinese Teaching in the World, 2008 – en.cnki.com.cn … supports the PDF format. ?Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 4 Hits. 1, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J]; Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 2, ZHANG Xinhua;On ‘Ni … Cited by 2 – Related articles – Cached

FROM EMPATHETIC DEIXIS TO EMPATHETIC NARRATIVE: STYLISATION AND (DE-) SUBJECTIVISATION AS PROCESSES OF LANGUAGE CHANGE S Adamson – Transactions of the Philological Society, 1994 – Wiley Online Library … of feeling. It is in these circumstances that linguistic empathy most naturally arises, transferring deictic, epistemic and expressive terms from the I who narrates to the I who is at the centre of the narrated experience. The following … Cited by 26 – Related articles – All 3 versions

The Aesthetic Empathy in Translating Chinese Poems into English HU Hui – Journal of Xiangtan University (Philosophy and Social …, 2007 – en.cnki.com.cn … Journal of Tangshan College;2008-03. 4, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[ J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 5, JIANG Xin,JIANG Yi … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

Study of Empathy Experience in Business English Teaching and Learning Process [J] P Chun-ping – Journal of Wuhan Institute of Shipbuilding …, 2008 – en.cnki.com.cn … Normal University;2002-03. 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. ?Co-citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 10 Hits. 1, ZHENG Wen(Foreign … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

The Importance of Cultural Perception in Translation Process [J] L LIN… – Journal of Longyan University, 2007 – en.cnki.com.cn … supports the PDF format. ?Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 3 Hits. 1, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 2, Gao Yongchen;The Moderate … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

Subjectification and Subjectivity: A Cognitive Study of While-Complex Sentences [J] Z Hongqin – Foreign Language Education, 2007 – en.cnki.com.cn … Teaching Journal;2007-02. 10, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. ?Secondary Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 3 Hits. 1, Shen Jiaxuan … Cited by 2 – Related articles – Cached

On the Co-occurrence Rules of Modal Adverbs and Sentence-ending Auxiliary Modal Words [J] QI Chun-hong – Journal of Yunnan Normal University (Humanities …, 2007 – en.cnki.com.cn … Meaning[A];[C];2005. ?Co-references?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 7 Hits. 1, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 2, Shen Jiaxuan;A survey … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

The Emotion Attributes and Effects of English Transference Terminology in Language Aesthetic Education [J] G Hua-feng – Journal of Taiyuan University, 2008 – en.cnki.com.cn … of Chongqing Vocational & Technical Institute;2006-01. 2, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 3, RAN Yongping(Center for Linguistics & Applied … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

A Discussion on the Pragmatics Function of Rhetoric Y Jiajie – Journal of Jiangxi Science & Technology Normal …, 2009 – en.cnki.com.cn … 2, Ju Hong;On Nature and Semantic Features of Understatement[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. ?Secondary Citations?, … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

The development of pragmatics in Japanese as a second language: The sentence-final particle ne M Sawyer – Pragmatics of Japanese as native and target …, 1992 – books.google.com … positive affect. The second is that its development is likely to be strongly influenced by the linguistic empathy training that mothers give their children, inculcating sensitivity to the needs, wishes, and feelings of others. Thus, Clancy … Cited by 45 – Related articles

Neuro-physiological evidence of linguistic empathy processing in the human brain: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study S Yokoyama, K Yoshimoto, T Miyamoto… – Journal of …, 2009 – Elsevier Successful sentence comprehension requires not only syntactic and lexico-semantic  processing, but also the processing of peripheral linguistic phenomena. However, less  research attention has been focused on the latter. In order to examine whether the … Related articles

[CITATION] Being on the Receiving End: A Tour into Linguistic Variation P Pardeshi, QM Li, K Horie – Diversity in …, 2007 – Center for the Study of Language – All 2 versions

On Empathy Research in Intercultural Communication from Perspectives of Linguistics and Culture Y Jing – Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University (Social …, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn Focusing on the empathy research from the perspectives of linguistics and culture,linguistic empathy research has been carried out in the fields of Functional Syntax,Pragmatics and the interpersonal function of empathy.Cultural empathy research involves its formation,moderate … Cached

Out of the Margins: The Rise of Chinese Vernacular Fiction. By Liangyan Ge. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2001. ix, 328 pp. $47.00 (cloth). MW Huang – The Journal of Asian Studies, 2002 – Cambridge Univ Press … urban culture.” The study concludes with an attempt in chapter 6 to evaluate the novelistic implications of “vernacularization.” Here Ge shows how Shuihu zhuan is able to attain its tremendous mimetic power by virtue of what he has called its “linguistic empathy,” the inclination … BL Direct

Crossing the divide between East and West, ancient and modern: An interdisciplinary study of the Chinese characters in Ezra Pound’s” The Cantos” B Lin – 2010 – gradworks.umi.com … This dissertation will argue that Pound’s Chinese transliteration reflects a deep understanding of the Chinese language and that his intellectual, cultural, and linguistic empathy with the far and remote Chinese sign system is impossible without the accessibility of the Chinese … Cached – Library Search

Research on empathic instructional design and it’s application in distance education F WEI… – Journal of Shenyang College of Education, 2004 – en.cnki.com.cn … Application;2005-01. 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 4, ;????????????? ?????[J];Foreign Language Education;2005-02. 5, ;The … Cached

[CITATION] Translating Lives: Living with Two Languages and Cultures (review) [PDF] from jhu.edu M Costantino – Biography, 2009 – University of Hawai’i Press Related articles – All 2 versions

Subjectification and its effect on syntactic constraints LIU Zhengguang – Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 2011 – en.cnki.com.cn … 7, LIU Zheng-guang;The Working Mechanism of Linguistic Decategorization[J];Foreign Languages Research;2005-01. 8, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. … Related articles – Cached

[PDF] Toward a Typology of Person Shift [PDF] from wisc.edu O Ishiyama – vanhise.lss.wisc.edu … I show that there are three independent mechanisms responsible for different types of shift: (i) deliberate speaker innovation, (ii) linguistic empathy, and (iii) spatial semantics. None of them are originally constructed for explaining person shift. … View as HTML

Liangyan Ge. out of the Margins: The Rise of Chinese Vernacular Fiction Q Li – Journal article by Qiancheng Li; China Review …, 2003 – questia.com … Chapter 6, a discussion of the significance of the new literary language, the literary vernacular, hearkens back to chapter 1. The author’s discussion about the change of narrative mode, “from linguistic apathy to linguistic empathy,” is insightful, and his conclusions about the … BL Direct

[CITATION] Out of the Margins: The Rise of Chinese Vernacular Fiction (review) Q Li – China Review International, 2004 – University of Hawai’i Press

Pragmatic projection of person deixis and its communicative function L CHEN… – The Northern Forum, 2006 – en.cnki.com.cn … 1, LI Zhan zi,;Broadening the framework of interpersonal meaning in functional grammar[J];Foreign Languages Research;2001-01. 2, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. ?Co-references?, … Related articles – Cached

Multimodal Discursive Meaning of the English Poetry LIU Xiao-lin – Journal of Qiqihar University (Philosophy & Social …, 2009 – en.cnki.com.cn … 6, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 7, Zhang Delu;Review of Halliday’s functional stylistic theory[J];FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND RESEARCH;1999-01. … Related articles – Cached

Pragmatic interpretation of the network catchword” ge LIN Lin – Journal of Changchun University, 2011 – en.cnki.com.cn … 1, LI Zhan zi,;Broadening the framework of interpersonal meaning in functional grammar[J];Foreign Languages Research;2001-01. 2, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. … Related articles – Cached

Mikhail Bakhtin: historical becoming in language, literature and culture K Hirshkop – Knellwolf, Christa–Cristopher Norris (ur.): The …, 2001 – books.google.com … need to empa- thise and objectify at the same time. Voloshinov had a name for this linguistic empathy, which Bakhtin adopted and expanded in his Dostoevsky book-‘dialogism’. To draw the hero out of isolation, Dostoevsky had …

Speech Act of Sympathy from the View of Rapport Management L Lai-fang – Journal of Hefei University of Technology (Social …, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn … Edition);2009-01. ?Secondary Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 2 Hits. 1, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 2, Gao Yongchen;Function … Cached

Managing the Chinese Environment. Edited by Richard Louis Edmonds. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. viii, 326 pp. $29.95 (paper). RK Schoppa – The Journal of Asian Studies, 2002 – Cambridge Univ Press … urban culture.” The study concludes with an attempt in chapter 6 to evaluate the novelistic implications of “vernacularization.” Here Ge shows how Shuihu zhuan is able to attain its tremendous mimetic power by virtue of what he has called its “linguistic empathy,” the inclination …

LOWELL SKAR (ed.): East Asian sci-ence: tradition and beyond. Papers from the seventh International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, Kyoto, 2—7 … K HASHIMOTO… – Cambridge Univ Press … What, therefore, are we to make of his critical writing? His reading scheme rests upon an imaginary identification of the critic with the author or the work, implying a kind of infra-linguistic empathy. In an aesthetic experience which aims at reaching beauty, rationality is devalued. …

Reflection on the Effect of Qualitative Foregrounding Z Jun – Journal of Chongqing University (Social Sciences …, 2002 – en.cnki.com.cn … 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 4, Zhang Delu;Review of Halliday’s functional stylistic theory[J];FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND RESEARCH;1999-01. … Cached

[PDF] Perspective, logophoricity, and embedded tense in Japanese [PDF] from nagoya-u.ac.jp DY Oshima – Japanese/Korean Linguistics, 2009 – gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp Page 1. Perspective, Logophoricity, and Embedded Tense in Japanese DAVID Y. OSHIMA Ibaraki University 1. Introduction This paper investigates the following questions regarding the tense system in Japanese: (i) Are Japanese tenses (tense forms) indexical? … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

A Cognitive Analysis of Person Deixis in Reported Speech J Xiao-ping – Journal of Nanjing University of Science and …, 2011 – en.cnki.com.cn … 3, WANG Yang;Sly substitution of subjects in free indirect discourse[J];Journal of Sichuan International Studies University;2003-02. 4, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. … Related articles – Cached

[CITATION] The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative: A Study in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Hermeneutics (review) G Steiner – Philosophy and Literature, 2011 – The Johns Hopkins University Press

[PDF] «Charles Baudelaire and his translations of Edgar Allan Poe» [PDF] from erudit.org P Faber – Meta, 1989 – erudit.org … Page 5. CHARLES BAUDELAIRE AND HIS TRANSLATIONS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE 257 The last two sources of entropy can be examined together since they are based on the degree of literary and linguistic empathy existing between author and translator. … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Notes from Region 2 R Stone – Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 2007 – Taylor & Francis … Access to foreign films is almost unlimited, palpably fuelling a new film literacy and linguistic empathy amongst those who, for example in recent months in the UK, have been able to purchase sumptuous boxed sets of the works of such European film-makers as Eric Rohmer … Cited by 1 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 3 versions

10 From empathetic deixis to empathetic narrative: stylisation and (de-) subjectivisation S Adamson – Subjectivity and Subjectivisation: Linguistic …, 2005 – books.google.com … of feeling. It is in these circumstances that linguistic empathy most naturally arises, transferring deictic, epistemic, and expressive terms from the I who narrates to the I who is at the centre of the narrated experience. The following … Related articles – All 2 versions

[CITATION] Awakening a world with words: How JRR Tolkien uses linguistic narrative techniques to take his readers to Faery in his short story,” Smith of Wootton … [PDF] from unt.edu M Pueppke – 2007 – ProQuest Related articles – All 4 versions

361 pp. Paris and Geneva: Librairie Droz, 1995. JL BREEN – Cambridge Univ Press … What, therefore, are we to make of his critical writing? His reading scheme rests upon an imaginary identification of the critic with the author or the work, implying a kind of infra-linguistic empathy. In an aesthetic experience which aims at reaching beauty, rationality is devalued. …

[CITATION] Meanings of non-referential indexes: A case study of the Japanese sentence-final particle ne HM Cook – … Journal for the Study of Discourse, 1992 – Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York … Cited by 57 – Related articles

[CITATION] A Sociolinguistic Perspective on Youth-Directed Media Texts DR Cotrau – Lingua A. Lingvistica, 2007 Related articles – All 2 versions

On Linguistic Empathy in Translation T Ye-sheng – Foreign Language Research, 2009 – en.cnki.com.cn After a review of the aesthetic studies on empathy in translation, the paper discusses the  relation between translation and empathy from a psychological perspective, and points out  that empathy is essential to the whole translation process, and is a coping strategy a … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

[PDF] GO and COME Revisited: What Serves as a Reference Point? [PDF] from nagoya-u.ac.jp DY Oshima – Proceedings of the 32nd Berkeley Linguistics …, 2006 – gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp … As much as these general conditions are not violated, the choice between GO and COME (the choice of RP members) are affected by various additional factors, which include: linguistic empathy, topicality, tense, sentential force, and temporal/spatial proxim- ity of the described … Cited by 5 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Linguistic Empathy A GORASCU – Revue roumaine de linguistique, 1982 – cat.inist.fr … Titre du document / Document title. Linguistic Empathy. Auteur(s) / Author(s). GORASCU A. ; Résumé / Abstract. Essai de formalisation du concept Revue / Journal Title. Revue roumaine de linguistique ISSN 0035-3957 Source / Source. 1982, vol. 27, n o 2, pp. 149-155 … Cited by 1 – Related articles

Learners’ representation of their affective domain through figurative language in a web-based learning environment [PDF] from cnr.it S Manca… – Distance Education, 2007 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 9 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 4 versions

Charles Olson and DH Lawrence: Aesthetics of the” Primitive Abstract” E Faas – boundary 2, 1973 – JSTOR … as divined by the poet’s ear, become the prime element of poetry: the “king and pin of versification.” It is by their syllables, not by any preconceived patterns of discourse that words are “juxtapose [d] in beauty” (SW, 17), by a process of physio-linguistic empathy rather than of … Cited by 3 – Related articles

[PDF] Thin slices of interest [PDF] from mit.edu AP Madan – 2005 – media.mit.edu … Kimbara and Parrill [36] state that mirroring in speech may be correlated with the perception of social resonance. Our measurement of non-linguistic empathy has been shown to positively influence the outcome of a salary negotiation [48]. … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 5 versions

A Farewell to Forms of Life EF Thompkins – Philosophy, 1990 – Cambridge Univ Press … Neither could have any standing without the other: If a lion could speak we should not be able to understand him (PU II xi). That is because the polarization of patterns of living between man and animal would vitiate any possibility of linguistic empathy. … Cited by 4 – Related articles – All 4 versions

[BOOK] Le point de vue [PDF] from univ-lyon2.fr A Rabatel – 2003 – icar.univ-lyon2.fr … Linguistic empathy and viewpoint Taking a linguistic standpoint, this article investigates the domains of language marking associated with the expression of viewpoint, and particularly underlines what may be called empathy. … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 2 versions

Empathie linguistique et point de vue R Forest – Cahiers de praxématique, 2003 – cat.inist.fr … Titre du document / Document title. Empathie linguistique et point de vue = Linguistic empathy and viewpoint. Auteur(s) / Author(s). FOREST Robert ; Résumé / Abstract. Se plaçant dans une perspective linguistique, le présent … Cited by 3 – Related articles

Hybrid genres and the cognitive positioning of audiences in the political discourse of Hizbollah D Badran – Critical Discourse Studies, 2010 – Taylor & Francis … In line with the author’s power of the appeal to authority (ethos) as pre-established outside the text, the appeal to the emotions of the audience (pathos), textually established through the use of emotional vocabulary and repetitions, linguistic empathy, metaphors, creating as well … Related articles – All 2 versions

[PDF] ????????? 3 [PDF] from hlju.edu.cn ??? – 2009 – rlls.hlju.edu.cn … Finally, it illustrates how various linguistic devices of empathy can be used coherently and effec2 tively in the mediation between different langua2cultures. Key words: linguistic empathy; perspective; translation; mediation; poem; animacy … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] Perspectives in reported discourse [PDF] from semanticsarchive.net DY Oshima – 2006 – semanticsarchive.net … 157 6.8.4 Loose ends: Unwanted combinations . . . . . 162 7 Empathic Perspective: Empathy-loaded Expressions as Indexicals 165 7.1 Theory of linguistic empathy . . . . . 166 7.1.1 Empathy hierarchies . . . . . … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 12 versions

[PDF] Clearly Canadian: How Canada’s Unique Diversity Education Structure can Represent an Ideal Learning Environment for South Korean Students1) [PDF] from kacs.kr EM Kim, J Kim, B Choi, HI Hong, YO Suh… – kacs.kr … environment. Second, if students only learn English in the classrooms, they will lack the experience of developing the necessary cultural-linguistic empathy that makes advanced communications possible in a foreign language. … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

[PDF] A Semantic Map Approach to Crosslinguistic Comparisons of Polysemy: Implications for Perspectivization Theories [PDF] from nthu.edu.tw S Huang – thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw Page 1. A Semantic Map Approach to Crosslinguistic Comparisons of Polysemy: Implications for Perspectivization Theories * * * Shuping Huang*** Graduate Institute of Linguistics National Taiwan University ABSTRACT In crosslinguistic … Related articles – All 2 versions

Private language made public:: The language of letters as literature S Wright – Poetics, 1989 – Elsevier … the letter. This is a form of linguistic empathy, which can be graphically represented, as in figure 1. It is not only the temporal deictic category that is vulnerable to projection ~ person and place categories are also involved. The … Cited by 6 – Related articles

[BOOK] Translating lives: Living with two languages and cultures [PDF] from pubeasyschool.com M Besemeres… – 2007 – books.google.com … Needless to say, as a general solution such a suggestion would be unrealistic. A more practical alternative is a kind of intercultural and cross-linguistic empathy training which could be made available to anyone willing to learn. … Cited by 22 – Related articles – Library Search – All 13 versions

[BOOK] Utopias of otherness: nationhood and subjectivity in Portugal and Brazil F Arenas – 2003 – books.google.com Page 1. nationhood and subjectivity in Portugal snt Brazil Page 2. Page 3. Utopias of Otherness Page 4. This page intentionally left blank Page 5. Utopias of Otherness Nationhood and Subjectivity in Portugal and Brazil Fernando … Cited by 20 – Related articles – Library Search – All 4 versions

A study of the language of requests made on the telephone by native English speakers, Japanese speakers, and Japanese ESL speakers [PDF] from ubc.ca A Haisa – 1995 – circle.ubc.ca Page 1. A STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF REQUESTS MADE ON THE TELEPHONE BY NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS, JAPANESE SPEAKERS, AND JAPANESE ESL SPEAKERS by Akihiko Haisa Bachelor of English Literature Sophia University, 1980 … Related articles – Library Search – All 3 versions

[CITATION] Psychology of language: A critical introduction MA Forrester – 1996 – Sage Publications Ltd Cited by 73 – Related articles – Library Search – All 6 versions

Jangamkatha and Burrakatha: From Religious Discourse to Political Message D Negers – Folklore, public sphere, and civil society, 2004 – books.google.com Page 236. 225 18 Jangamkatha and Burrakatha: From Religious Discourse to Political Message Daniel Negers Prologue: Asking questions Keeping foremost in mind the radical changes that confront Indian society in the ageof … Related articles – All 2 versions

Phonological and morphological nativisation of english loans in Tonga [PDF] from unisa.ac.za W Zivenge – 2009 – uir.unisa.ac.za Page 1. i PHONOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL NATIVISATION OF ENGLISH LOANS IN TONGA BY WILLIAM ZIVENGE Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY in the subject of … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Library Search – All 2 versions

[BOOK] Empathie und Wertkommunikation: Theorie des Einfühlungsvermögens in theologisch-ethischer Perspektive H Schmitt – 2003 – books.google.com Page 1. Hanspeter Schmitt Empathie und Wert- kommunikation Theorie des  Einfühlungsvermögens in theologisch-ethischer Perspektive Studien zur theologischen Ethik UNIVERSITÄTSVERLAG FREIBURG SCHWEIZ VERLAG HERDER FREIBURG – WIEN Page … Cited by 9 – Related articles – Library Search

[BOOK] Beyond Maximus: the construction of public voice in Black Mountain poetry AD Dewey – 2007 – books.google.com … Faas emphasizes “physio-linguistic empathy” or body- based rather than “intellectual organization” of language that can fuse an “original language with the flow of creation.” Fredman shifts focus from “composition by field” to a cluster of practices “grounding” poetics that Olson … Cited by 3 – Related articles – Library Search – All 2 versions