Linguistic Empathy


Notes:

Linguistic empathy is “point of view” bound with intra-sentence state, or events (verbs).

Wikipedia:

See also:

Tasks of Natural Language Processing


Measuring Linguistic Empathy: An Experimental Approach to Connecting Linguistic and Social Psychological Notions of Empathy
T Kann – 2017 – escholarship.org
This dissertation investigated the relationship between Linguistic Empathy and Psychological Empathy by implementing a psycholinguistic experiment that measured a person’s acceptability ratings of sentences with violations of Linguistic Empathy and …

Moving Toward Utopia: Language, Empathy, and Chastity among Mobile Mothers and Children in Mayapur, West Bengal
TV Mitsuhara – 2019 – escholarship.org
… Through close analysis of everyday interactions in multilingual children’s peer-groups it shows the affordances that growing up in such a utopian community has for the development of “linguistic empathy” across racial and linguistic boundaries, as well as the reflexive …

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 …

Personal empathy and social-psychological climate as factors of learning satisfaction in linguistic university students
S Velichkovskaya, T Grebennikova – Journal of Physics …, 2020 – iopscience.iop.org
… Obrazovanie i pedagogicheskie nauki, vol 2, no 796, pp 212?224 [3] Kann T 2017 Measuring linguistic empathy: an experimental approach to connecting linguistic and social psychological notions of empathy (a dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements …

Perspective-taking in sentence comprehension: Time and empathy
S Tokimoto, N Tokimoto – Frontiers in psychology, 2018 – frontiersin.org
… of the ni-marked object (Hanako). Kuno (1987) metaphorically described the point of view as “camera angle” and defined it as linguistic empathy in (4). (4) Linguistic empathy. Linguistic empathy is the speaker’s identification …

Analysis of Pragmatic Empathy in English News Leads in light of Adaptation Theory
FZJU Jing – Journal of Xuzhou Normal University (Philosophy and …, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 1, Chen, Hui and Chen Guohua;Points of view in personal deixis and its pragmatic principles[J];Contemporary Linguistics;2001-03. 2, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05 …

Toward a typology of person shift
O Ishiyama – 2010 – langsci.wiscweb.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 …

Mitigation and Pragmatic Empathy
LI Hai-hui – Journal of Literature and Art Studies, 2019 – academia.edu
… The conceptualization was done by extracting the common denominator of several notions resorted to in past relevant studies, such as empathetic deixis (Lyons, 1977), linguistic empathy (Kuno, 2006), pragmatic empathy (He, 1991), accommodation (Coupland, 2010) and …

An Analysis of Empathy Perspectives in Poetry Translation
Z Shan – Journal of Leshan Normal University, 2017 – en.cnki.com.cn
… ?Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 1 Hits. 1, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];????; 2009-05. ?Co-citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 10 Hits …

Changing linguistic patterns in Indian cities
D Singh, R Biradar – Demography India, 2019 – researchgate.net
… 2011. Discussion Since independence linguistic empathy has served as a basis for forming interest groups; the “language question” itself has gradually become a sensitive political issue (Heitzman and Worden, 1996). Diversity …

Iconic Empathy in Translation
Z Yun-ni – Journal of Hunan University of Science and …, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn
… format. ?Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 3 Hits. 1, Tan Ye-sheng( Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 2 …

Pragmatic Empathy as a Grand Strategy in Business Letter Writing.
X Zhanghong, W Qian – English Language Teaching, 2018 – ERIC
… Granted that a major aim of business letter contact is to establish and maintain business relations, the pragmatic empathy is surely to be manifested in the letters. Pragmatic empathy consists of two parts: pragmatic-linguistic empathy and social-pragmatic empathy (He, 1991) …

What Estonia Means for Me? Ethno Linguistic Vitality of Russian Speakers
A Zabrodskaja, M Ehala – 2010 – elibrary.ru
… of language use. For our interviewees code mixing and code switching are 237 often a way of conveying linguistic empathy or expressing very strong feelings, irony in a form of creative linguistic games. Anyway, analysis of …

Teachers’ Deixis Empathy and Its Function in Class
C Xiao-min – Journal of Hunan Industry Polytechnic, 2014 – en.cnki.com.cn
… Journal of Liaoning Educational Administration Institute;2010-01. 5, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 6, RAN Yongping(Center for Linguistics & …

Eugene O’Neill’s Romanian Translations as Creative Cultural Responses: Case Study on Long Day’s Journey Into Night
AC Bulz – HyperCultura, 2016 – ceeol.com
… of the presumptive receiver” (Levi?chi 219, my transl.)3. I fully agree with Levi?chi that the translator has to be able to transpose himself, through empathy, into the writer’s psychology and, consequently, that he/she should “be equally capable of linguistic empathy, of immersion …

A Game-Theoretic Analysis of the Pragmatic Empathy of Directional Verbs Lái/Qù–Compared with the Japanese counterparts Kuru/Iku–
N GAN – ?????????= Kyoto University …, 2017 – repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp
… 3.1 Classification of Pragmatic Empathy In psychology, empathy is usually divided into three types, namely cognitive empathy, Emotional empathy and cultural empathy. He Ziran (1991: 11–15) divides empathy into pragmatic-linguistic empathy and social-pragmatic empathy …

Pragmatic Empathy Approached from the Perspective of Intentionality
L De-yin – Journal of Chongqing University of Technology (Social …, 2014 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 8, Zhang Keding;An Enlightenment of Verschueren’s Pragmatic Theory on Pragmantax[J]; Foreign Language Education;2002-05. 9, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05 …

On the application of pragmatic empathy in cross-cultural business negotiation
Z Yan – Journal of Jiamusi Education Institute, 2012 – en.cnki.com.cn
… North University of China(Social Science Edition);2006-05. 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 4, RAN Yongping(Center for Linguistics & Applied …

Study of Translation through Visualization in Mao Zedong’s poems from the Cognitive Linguistic View
L DAI, L PENG – ???? (????), 2013 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 2, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 3, ;Visualization in Translation:A Cognitive Linguistic View[J];Shanghai Journal of Translators;2010-02 …

Reaching for the Heart: An Analysis of Language as a Weapon of Empathy For Three Capetonians
S McDonald – 2017 – digitalcollections.sit.edu
Page 1. SIT Graduate Institute/SIT Study Abroad SIT Digital Collections Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection SIT Study Abroad Spring 2017 Reaching for the Heart: An Analysis of Language as a Weapon of Empathy For Three Capetonians …

Empathy as resistance in an age of protest: Turning the other cheek
Y Dreyer – HTS Theological Studies, 2018 – scielo.org.za

Subjectification and its effect on syntactic constraints [J]
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 …

On the Principles of Readers’ Acceptability in Translation of Modal Meanings [J]
L Xiaochuan – Foreign Language Education, 2012 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 2, ZHANG Meifang [;On Limitations of Dynamic Equivalence[J];SHANGHAI JOURNAL OF TRANSLATORS FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY;1999-04. 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05 …

Academic Transaltion As Cultural Challenge: Petru Comarnescu’S Contribution To Eugene O’Neill’S Reception In Romania
AC Bulz – Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Philologica, 2014 – ceeol.com
… the conscience of the presumptive receiver” (Levi?chi 1975: 219, my transl.).3 I also agree with Levi?chi that the translator has to be able to transpose himself, through empathy, into the writer’s psychology and that he should “be equally capable of linguistic empathy, of immersion …

Neurotypology of Sentence Comprehension: Cross-Linguistic Difference in Canonical Word Order Affects Brain Responses during Sentence Comprehension
Y Hashimoto, S Yokoyama… – The Open Medical …, 2012 – benthamopen.com
… Neuroimage 2002; 16(4): 883-900. [17] Yokoyama S, Yoshimoto K, Miyamoto T, Kawashima R. Neuro- physiological evidence of linguistic empathy processing in the human brain: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. J Neurolinguistics 2009; 22(6): 605-15 …

A note on the non-de se interpretation of attitude reports
Y Wang, H Pan – Language, 2014 – JSTOR
… as follows: we first provide evidence, especially that concerning long-distance anaphors (LDAs), to show that some elements usually deemed as obligatory de se anaphors may also have non-de se readings and that Kuno and Kaburaki’s notion of linguistic empathy can help to …

In-‘Visible’Multilingualness: Linguistic Exhibitionism in the Post-Global Turn
A Pandey – Monolingualism and Linguistic Exhibitionism in Fiction, 2016 – Springer
Page 1. 83 Defining linguistic exhibitionism A number of theorists have used the term linguistic exhibitionism in passing reference to the use of linguistic diversity for display purposes in the realm of creative writing. Kachru (1996 …

IEP Stakeholder Communication and Collaboration and Its Effects on Student Placement
M Stork – 2018 – search.proquest.com
… 41 Expectancy Value Theory 43 The Value of Cultural/Linguistic Empathy Professional Development 44 Organizational Influences 46 Page 6 … 73 Cultural/Linguistic Empathy 74 Parent/Teacher Perceptions 76 Motivation Results and Findings 77 Attributions 78 Utility Value …

Bilingual pairs in teacher education: Exploring wild strategies in an environmental education workshop
MG Arreguín-Anderson, EV Garza – Action in Teacher Education, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
… Subsequently, these codes were merged into the general category of positive reactions. Finally through analytical coding or “coding that comes from interpretations and reflections on meaning” (Richards, 2005, p. 94), we assigned the specific category of linguistic empathy …

The talking cure—building the core skills and the confidence of counsellors and psychotherapists to work effectively with multilingual patients through training and …
B Costa, JM Dewaele – Counselling and Psychotherapy …, 2019 – Wiley Online Library
… (Dewaele & Costa, 2013, p. 13). This sensitivity and openness to linguistic difference was referred to as linguistic empathy in the therapeutic model and training model which Mothertongue developed. 2.1.2 Identity formation …

A Study on the Pragma-empathetic Competence in Chinese English Learners’ Oral Communication
Y Qian – Overseas English, 2013 – en.cnki.com.cn
… North University of China(Social Science Edition);2006-05. 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 4, Yu Sen-lin(College of Foreign Languages,Southwest …

Stolze, Radegundis (2015). Hermeneutische Übersetzungskompetenz. Grundlagen und Didaktik. Berlin: Frank & Timme, 395 pp.
LF Cerny – Sendebar, 2015 – revistaseug.ugr.es
… Stolze takes up terms and notions, which recent TS has more or less shunned, eg linguistic intuition, creativity, linguistic empathy, holistic method (p. 219 f.) and credits them with an important function even though these concepts are difficult to pinpoint precisely …

The meanings of perspectival verbs and their implications on the taxonomy of projective content/conventional implicature
DY Oshima – Semantics and Linguistic Theory, 2016 – journals.linguisticsociety.org
… 6.2 Empathy-loaded verbs Linguistic empathy, as Kuno (1987: 206) defines it, is an agent’s “identification, which may vary in degree, with a person or thing”; it is reflected in language in a number of ways, and is sometimes encoded lexically or grammatically …

Whose Perspective Do Language Comprehenders Adopt During Motor Simulations?
Y Tanaka – ??????= Papers in linguistic science, 2018 – repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp
… They suggest that this activation reflects the attentional shifting process of linguistic empathy in kure-ru sentence comprehension … 2009. Neuro- physiological evidence of linguistic empathy processing in the human brain: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study …

Corpus-based Research on the Principles in EC Translation of Trade Names of Imported Drugs
L Bin – Foreign Language Education, 2014 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 6, ZHANG Meifang [;On Limitations of Dynamic Equivalence[J];SHANGHAI JOURNAL OF TRANSLATORS FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY;1999-04. 7, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05 …

Jiménez Royo, A.
A Bécart, V Merola, RLC Bodineau – … TRANSLATION: CURRENT ISSUES … – researchgate.net
… Therefore, this procedure requires a sensitive exercise of linguistic empathy where the speakers identify different marks as shared even if those do not belong to his idiolect. Keywords: neutral Spanish, linguistic empathy, dubbing …

Translation teaching from the perspective of cognitive linguistics
T Yesheng – Foreign Language World, 2012 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 2015-02. ?Secondary Citations?, Chinese Journal Full-text Database, 6 Hits. 1, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];????;2009-05. 2, LIU …

Visualization Translation from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics——Based on Poetry Translation
W Ya-Mei – Journal of Jilin Institute of Chemical Technology, 2012 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 1, Zheng Shupu;From Word Meaning to Concept and Their Relation[J];Foreign Language Research;2001-01. 2, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05 …

Acquisition of giving verbs in Japanese by Swedish students
F Staberg – 2014 – gupea.ub.gu.se
… 5.1 Ageru/Kureru differentiation…19 5.2 Third party involvement and linguistic empathy…20 5.3 Speech levels…22 … The Swedish giving verb “att ge” can be used regardless of linguistic empathy, relationship and social status while Japanese giving verb cannot …

Meditating with Wittgenstein: Constructing and Deconstructing the Language Games of Masculinity
D Orr – A Companion to Wittgenstein on Education, 2017 – Springer
… language . We will see there that the human form of life which is crucial to this language is pre-linguistic empathy but that the acquisition of these games modifies and shapes empathy in ways with profound consequences. Michael …

Acquiring antecedents for reflexives when both L1 and L2 permit long-distance binding
M Umeda, K Takeda, M Hirakawa… – Journal of the …, 2017 – euroslajournal.org
… Sentences in (11) and (12) show how linguistic empathy associated with the verbs yaru/kureru interacts with the interpretation of zibun … In this study, however, whether the CS learners have mastered linguistic empathy in Japanese was not independently tested …

Gap Bridging Between Translation Theory and Translation Teaching——Shadowing Cognitive Studies of Translation with Hua Jing Theory
B Zhenjie – Foreign Language Education, 2015 – en.cnki.com.cn
… Foreign Language Research;2007-02. 5, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[ J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 6, YAN Lin-hai(Foreign …

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 …

Speech Act of Sympathy from the View of Rapport Management [J]
L Lai-fang – Journal of Hefei University of Technology (Social …, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn
… Teaching;2002-03. ?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 …

A Comparative Study on the Chinese Versions of Ode to the West Wind
L Zhongxia, L Deyi – Journal of Northeast Agricultural University …, 2012 – en.cnki.com.cn
… & Technology Information;2010-11. 4, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];Foreign Language Research;2009-05. 5, LI Chao(The Literature …

Applied Linguistics in Intercultural Communication: A plural approach for multidimensional processes
F Capucho – MIRICI, IH; ERTEN, IH; OZ, H.; …, 2016 – academia.edu
Page 45. 31 Chapter 3 Applied Linguistics in Intercultural Communication: A plural approach for multidimensional processes Filomena Capucho Universidade Católica Portuguesa, CECC Estrada da Circunvalação, 3504–505 …

Defoe’s psychological realism: The effect of directness in indirect consciousness representation categories
E Shigematsu – Language and Literature, 2018 – journals.sagepub.com
Daniel Defoe’s fictional autobiographies represent the life of an individual through personal memories. Although he has often been associated with circumstantial realism rather than psychological r…

What makes (im) politeness for travellers? Spanish tourists’ perceptions at national and international hotels
MOH López, LF Amaya – Journal of Politeness Research, 2019 – degruyter.com
Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation Publications. Subjects. Architecture and Design Arts Asian and Pacific Studies Business and Economics Chemistry Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Computer Sciences Cultural …

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 …

Toward Linguistically Inclusive Teaching: a curriculum for teacher education and a case study of secondary teachers’ learning
EKJ Curtis – 2014 – digital.lib.washington.edu
… Socio-cultural sensitivity and linguistic empathy ….. 269 Linguistic awareness, empowerment, and intentions for explicit instruction ….. 270 Summary of final essays ….. 273 …

Identity, Choice, and Responsibility: An Interpretation of Anthony Pym’s On Translator Ethics [J]
L Yunhong – Chinese Translators Journal, 2014 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 5, Tan Ye-sheng(Shanghai International Studies University,Shanghai 200083,China);On Linguistic Empathy in Translation[J];????;2009-05. 6, ;From Structuralist to Constructivist Perspectives——A Review of Language and Identity Research[J];???????;2008-01 …

The English Teacher Talk Analysis Based on Politeness Principle
W Guo-xiang – Journal of Qinghai Nationalities University (Education …, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 3, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];Foreign Language Education;2004-05. 4, by Xu Ying ,;EFL teacher’s politeness in the classroom: An investigation,[J];Foreign Language Teaching and Research;2003-01 …

The metonymic and echoic exploitation of scenarios in meaning making
AG Masegosa – ORGANISING COMMITTEE – fungramkb.com
… Constructional Model’. Folia Linguistica 42/2 (2008), pp. 355–400. Linguistic empathy in structuring the sentence meaning Irina Ivanova-Mitsevich Independent Researcher (Poland) irinka. ivanova@ tut. by Sentence generation …

From Dawn to Young Eagles: The (Failed) Attempt of Germanisation and Nazification of Luxembourg through Cinema, 1933–44
P Lesch – Cinema and the Swastika, 2011 – Springer
… This success is not simply to be explained by the above-mentioned linguistic empathy, but also a highly ingenious promotion strategy on the part of the German studios, which, unlike French producers, provided both Luxembourg cinema owners and the press with a wealth of …

Jesse A. Harris
BH Partee, A Staub, C Clifton Jr – Linguistics & Philosophy – linguistics.ucla.edu
… John Gluckman. 2018. UCLA, Linguistics. (Committee member.) Trevor Kann. 2017. Measuring Linguistic Empathy: An Experimental Approach to Connecting Linguistic and Social Notions of Empathy. UCLA, Applied Linguistics. (Committee member.) Victoria Mateu. 2016 …

Walking the line: bilingual sorbs, emotions, and endangerment in eastern Germany
EA Spreng – 2012 – ideals.illinois.edu
Page 1. “WALKING THE LINE”: BILINGUAL SORBS, EMOTIONS, AND ENDANGERMENT IN EASTERN GERMANY BY ELIZABETH ANNE SPRENG DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the …

Building connections through teaching and learning Indigenous languages online
C Bow – Adegbite, Adebimpe – ucl.ac.uk
… Following a review of the literature, the paper examines current DL teaching techniques and strategies that support the pre-service teacher in developing cultural and linguistic empathy and appreciation for support of the HL during classroom acquisition of the CSL …

Empathic communication in superior-subordinate relationships: Individualist and collectivist cultures
CT Adebayo – 2016 – academia.edu
… account for some differences in interpreting the shared language. Sakurai (2009) argued that “the process of linguistic empathy involves using all of your senses and your imagination, as well as intelligence and emotional intelligence” (p. 16). As such, it is …

Neuro-anatomical overlap between language and memory functions in the human brain
S Yokoyama – InTech publisher, 2012 – books.google.com
… pp. 147-156. Yokoyama, S.; Yoshimoto, K.; Miyamoto, T. & Kawashima, R.(2009b). Neuro-physiological evidence of linguistic empathy processing in the human brain: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Journal of Neurolinguistics, Vol. 22, pp. 605-615 …

This whole language variation journey: Examining teachers’ changing beliefs about language and linguistically aware pedagogical applications
LR Strickling – 2012 – academia.edu
… as a Process of Change: The Journey Metaphor 5.4 The Concerns Based Adoption Model and the Process of Linguistic Awareness and Application Model (PLAA) 5.5 Relational Changes: New Interactions with Students 5.5.1 Increased Linguistic Empathy Affects Student …

A Cognitive Analysis of Person Deixis in Reported Speech [J]
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 …

Poetry as a Deep Emotional Experience of a Different World: The Example of Goethe’s West-Eastern Divan
O Fuchs – International Journal of Language and Linguistics, 2017 – article.sciencepg.net
… Keywords: Intercultural Coexistence, Interreligious Communication, Linguistic Empathy, Poetic Assimilation, Aesthetic Identification 1. Introduction [1] Literature creates an imaginative space where acts of identification with other realities become possible …

Development And Integration Of First And Second Generation Refugees
B Maslovari?, S Cohen, M Ble?i? – … JOURNAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS VOL … – researchgate.net
… 2017, Budva, Montenegro 661 INSTEAD OF A CONCLUSION: LANGUAGE, EMPATHY AND PARTICIPATION Language is a key for any good communication. Linguistic empathy can be achieved by an acknowledgement of the teacher to the idiomatic differences …

Co-constructing meaning in international meetings–an approach to plurilingual interactions
F Capucho, MP Silva, A Chenoll – International Journal of Bilingual …, 2018 – Taylor & Francis
… possible causes. The first one is courtesy. It is well known that the speakers in bilingual contexts tend to use a converged code with their interlocutor by issues of linguistic courtesy or linguistic empathy (cf. Capucho 2016). Another …

Language and Puerto Rican identity in San Diego
AC Zentella – Dialects from Tropical Islands: Caribbean Spanish …, 2019 – books.google.com
… Besides linguistic empathy, many recognized that Mexicans worked hard, and they lamented the anti-Mexican attitudes of Anglos, and even some Puerto Ricans: E: Yo hablo con ellos [maintenance workers],“Buenos días, cómo están.” Sí, porque el americano promedio no …

Railway freight volume forecasting of neural network based on economic cycles
YH Guo, ZY Chen, FL Feng, B Chang – J. China Railw. Soc, 2010 – en.cnki.com.cn
… 2005-04. 5, Zhang Jun Miao Xingwei;An Interpersonal Approach to Linguistic Empathy[J];????;2004-05. 6, Si Xianzhu;Translation Studies: A Systemic-functional Linguistics Perspective[J];???????;2004-06. 7, Wang …

A Pure Change Happened: Seamus Heaney and the Poetry of Loss
E O’Brien – Representations of Loss in Irish Literature, 2018 – Springer
… What is at stake here is not miscommunication but a very deep form of ethical and linguistic empathy and respect, and the locus of this is in the imaginary space of the poem where the ordinary is transformed and where, to cite Heaney, truth is told slant …

History Awry: The Sarajevo Assassination Fallout According to Basara and Jergovi?
T Brlek – Transcultural Studies, 2018 – brill.com
Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation …

Feeling it: Language, race, and affect in Latinx youth learning
M Bucholtz, DI Casillas, JS Lee – 2018 – books.google.com
Page 1. FEELING LANGUAGE, RACE, AND AFFECT IN LATINY YOUTH LEARNING Edited by Mury Budholtz, Dolores Inés Cusillus, \ and Jin Sook Lee – i Page 2. Feeling It Feeling It brings together twelve chapters from researchers …

Animal geographies I
H Buller – Progress in Human Geography, 2014 – journals.sagepub.com
Animal geographies has emerged over the last 15 years as a lively and provocative area of current human/non-human geographical research and scholarship. Yet, while the ‘animal turn’ has arguably im…

Animacy or case marker order?: Priority information for online sentence comprehension in a head-final language
S Yokoyama, K Takahashi, R Kawashima – PloS one, 2014 – journals.plos.org
… 8. Yokoyama S, Yoshimoto K, Miyamoto T, Kawashima R (2009) Neuro-physiological evidence of linguistic empathy processing in the human brain: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study. J Neurolinguistics 22: 605–615 …

Fostering Social Change through Community Engagement: A Critical Insight into Strategic Knowledge and Identity during Domestic Professional Internships in …
AV Rivera – 2018 – search.proquest.com
… 169 Page 10. viii CHAPTER Page Journalism as a Bridge to Family and Community ….. 171 Development of (Linguistic) Empathy for Generational Journeys ….. 182 (Re)Claiming a Mexican-American Identity ….. 193 …

A corpus linguistics study of the nativisation of the English language at the Namibia University of Science and Technology
NN Kamati – 2019 – ir.nust.na
Page 1. NAMIBIA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF HUMAN SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION A CORPUS LINGUISTIC STUDY OF THE NATIVISATION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT THE NAMIBIA …

Being as dialogue, or the ethical consequences of interpretation
HH Kögler – Consequences of hermeneutics: Fifty years after …, 2010 – books.google.com
… The essential assumptions of this model of interpretive dialogue may be laid out as follows. 1. Interpretation cannot be conceived as a process of psychologi- cal immersion into the other or as pre-linguistic empathy or Nacherleben (reexperience) of the other’s mental states …

Political identity formation in postwar Lebanon.(c2011)
M Daoud – 2011 – laur.lau.edu.lb
… 48 3.5.3– Foregrounding ….. 52 3.5.4– Linguistic empathy ….. 53 3.6–Conclusion ….. 56 …

Irish Writing Of Insurrection And Civil War, 1916–39
M Campbell – Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century British …, 2012 – books.google.com
… O’Malley’s writing is full of such deliberate distractions, in part the extraordinary physical and linguistic empathy for place–as if only the poetic precision of a Gaelic phrase could tell him what sort of thing a jacksnipe was–and in part the sensa- tions of the conscienceless soldier …

Developing cultural humility: Embracing race, privilege and power
ME Gallardo – 2013 – books.google.com
Page 1. Developing Cultur_a| Humillty Embracing Race, Privilege and Power Miguel E. Gallardo Editor ® Page 2. DevelopingCultural Humility Page 3. Me gustaría dedicar este libro para Antonio “Guapo” Salgado. Espero que …

Understanding Relationships Between Cultural Competency And Teacher Efficacy
A Ali – 2019 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. UNDERSTANDING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CULTURAL COMPETENCY AND TEACHER EFFICACY by AZRA S. ALI DISSERTATION Submitted to the Graduate School of Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan in partial fulfillment of the requirements …

The Warburg Years (1919-1933): Essays on Language, Art, Myth, and Technology
E Cassirer – 2013 – books.google.com
Page 1. Ernst Cassirer The Warburg Years (1919—1933) Essays on Language, Art, Myth7 and Technology Translated and with cm Introduction 6y 5. G. Lofts with A. Caicagno Page 2. THE WARBURG YEARS (1919–1933) Page 3. This page intentionally left blank Page 4 …

Government as practice: democratic left in a transforming India
D Bhattacharyya – 2016 – books.google.com
Page 1. Government as Practice Democratic Left in a Transforming India Dwaipayan Bhattacharyya Page 2. Page 3. Government as Practice The Parliamentary Left in India is in deep trouble. Its legislative presence has shrunk both nationally and in the regions …

Boxing Obsession and Realness in London Rap: Racism, Temporality, Narcissism
E Berrocal – 2013 – etheses.dur.ac.uk
… 46 Anti-Racists 49 “Enoch Was Right” 51 2) Minimal Theory of the Linguistic Act 51 Pre-Linguistic Empathy 55 The Violence and Potentiality of the Linguistic Act 57 Externalising the Linguistic Medium to Chase Away the Crisis 62 3) Habitus of the Body of the Other as Truth …

The homiletical appropriation of biblical passages in the light of speech act theory: preaching as a performance of the biblical text
DH Kim – 2014 – scholar.sun.ac.za
Page 1. THE HOMILETICAL APPROPRIATION OF BIBLICAL PASSAGES IN THE LIGHT OF SPEECH ACT THEORY: PREACHING AS A PERFORMANCE OF THE BIBLICAL TEXT BY Duck-Hyun Kim Dissertation presented for the degree of Ph …

Do You Hear what I Hear?: Inferring Voice in Celebrity Translation in the Theatre
RP Stock – 2018 – wrap.warwick.ac.uk
Page 1. warwick.ac.uk/lib-publications A Thesis Submitted for the Degree of PhD at the University of Warwick Permanent WRAP URL: http://wrap.warwick.ac.uk/108266 Copyright and reuse: This thesis is made available online and is protected by original copyright …

Resistances in Bodily Form
JR Shafer – 2017 – core.ac.uk
… ancient cultures in order to reintroduce a pre-Socratic symbolism with Heraclitean flow: a natural ‘parataxis’ of symbols, ‘a process of physio-linguistic empathy rather than of intellectual organization’.24 Lawrence’s hand in Olson’s Mayan Letters reemerges again in …

Celebrity Translation in British Theatre: Relevance and Reception, Voice and Visibility
R Stock – 2020 – books.google.com
… the aid of a literal translation. This could potentially lead to a more self-indulgent reworking of the source text that is less constrained by a linguistic empathy with the culture within which it was written. In fact, there are examples …

Ordinary gifted children: The power and promise of individual attention
JH Davis – 2015 – books.google.com
Page 1. Ordinary Gifted Children The Power and Promise of Individual Attention JESSICAH OF FMANNDAVIS Page 2. Ordinary Gifted Children The Power and Promise of Individual Attention Page 3. Ordinary Gifted Children …

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