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Discourse and Identity
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Erscheinungsdatum: 26.12.2007, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Discourse and Identity, Redaktion: Bamberg, Michael // De Fina, Anna // Schiffrin, Deborah, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES // Linguistics // Sociolinguistics, Rubrik: Sprachwissenschaft // Allg. u. vergl. Sprachwiss., Seiten: 476, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 764 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The discourse particle 'eh' on Guernsey and in ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 3,0, University of Bamberg (Lehrstuhl für Englische Sprachwissenschaft), course: Channel Island English, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this paper is to give an overview on the discourse particle eh, which is frequently used on Guernsey and in Canada: How come, that the same particle occurs on the Channel Islands and in Canada? Where did it originate from? And what does Columbus mean when she says 'discourse particles [like eh...] signal attitudes and beliefs to their interlocutors beyond the base utterance' (Columbus 2009:401)? Which kind of attitudes does she refer to? Or how can one little word have different covert meanings? And finally, how exactly does eh on Guernsey differ from eh on Canada? These questions have occupied researchers since this little word came into focus. Especially during the last 35 years there has arisen a remarkably high interest in examining eh - its history, its presence in today's use of language and its future. Strikingly, there can be found a lot of works referring to eh in Canada, but only two researchers have (successfully) committed themselves to exploring eh on Guernsey. This situation might as well hint at the fact, that many people, the majority is probably of Canadian origin, claim eh as a Canadianism, without admitting, or knowing, that it is also present in other English-speaking varieties. The next part of this paper is therefore concerned with the origin of eh, whether it can be called a Canadianism or not and where it is used apart from Canada and Guernsey. The third part is dedicated to the eh used on Guernsey: Chapter 1 names its most important pragmatic functions, before they are evaluated in Chapter 2 in form of a case study. Part 4 consequently deals with the Canadian version of eh whose, pragmatic functions are outlined in Chapter 1, and Chapter 2 provides a case study as well. According to the data collected so far, part 5 compares the pragmatic functions of Guernsey and Canadian eh and draws final conclusions concerning its origin and attitudes towards eh. Part 6 concludes this paper by giving a short outlook on the future of eh.

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Biological determinism and the development of t...
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,7, University of Bamberg, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In Thomas Hardy's novel Jude the Obscure various aspects of dealing with the development of characters, contriving new ways of narration in 19th century English literature and also the influence of autobiographical references reveal themselves to not only squeamish readers. The following examination of Hardy's last novel is based on the impacts of biological determinism on the development and the course of action of Sue Bridehead and Jude Fawley. Additionally the way Hardy's novel was conceived and how the roles of Sue and Jude actively shaped this gloomy novel will be examined. Both tragic characters will be paid equal attention to, as far as an acute analysis of their traits of character and a connection with theories of determinism is concerned. Furthermore there will be a short discourse on Hardy's process of contrivance of figures which will be directly and explicitly related to the different fall of both characters. Especially the fateful evolution of Jude Fawley, the tragic main character, will be debated. The difficulties of analyzing the existence of biological determinism in Jude the Obscure are of various stamping. While a determinist can easily give a detailed description of his theoretical knowledge or approach, one must read between the lines and rely on a huge accumulation of tiny hints discovered amid all passages of the novel to actually distinguish the effects of biological determinism on Jude Fawley and Sue Bridehead. An isolated view of both characters is helpful at first but finally is uncovered as insufficient. Jude's and Sue's course of action and mutual interaction have to be considered to make it clear to the reader of the examination at hand that the determined development of both characters is realized by the way one influences the other.

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The discourse particle 'eh' on Guernsey and in ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 3,0, University of Bamberg (Lehrstuhl für Englische Sprachwissenschaft), course: Channel Island English, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this paper is to give an overview on the discourse particle eh, which is frequently used on Guernsey and in Canada: How come, that the same particle occurs on the Channel Islands and in Canada? Where did it originate from? And what does Columbus mean when she says 'discourse particles [like eh...] signal attitudes and beliefs to their interlocutors beyond the base utterance' (Columbus 2009:401)? Which kind of attitudes does she refer to? Or how can one little word have different covert meanings? And finally, how exactly does eh on Guernsey differ from eh on Canada? These questions have occupied researchers since this little word came into focus. Especially during the last 35 years there has arisen a remarkably high interest in examining eh - its history, its presence in today's use of language and its future. Strikingly, there can be found a lot of works referring to eh in Canada, but only two researchers have (successfully) committed themselves to exploring eh on Guernsey. This situation might as well hint at the fact, that many people, the majority is probably of Canadian origin, claim eh as a Canadianism, without admitting, or knowing, that it is also present in other English-speaking varieties. The next part of this paper is therefore concerned with the origin of eh, whether it can be called a Canadianism or not and where it is used apart from Canada and Guernsey. The third part is dedicated to the eh used on Guernsey: Chapter 1 names its most important pragmatic functions, before they are evaluated in Chapter 2 in form of a case study. Part 4 consequently deals with the Canadian version of eh whose, pragmatic functions are outlined in Chapter 1, and Chapter 2 provides a case study as well. According to the data collected so far, part 5 compares the pragmatic functions of Guernsey and Canadian eh and draws final conclusions concerning its origin and attitudes towards eh. Part 6 concludes this paper by giving a short outlook on the future of eh.

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The discourse particle 'eh' on Guernsey and in ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 3,0, University of Bamberg (Lehrstuhl für Englische Sprachwissenschaft), course: Channel Island English, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this paper is to give an overview on the discourse particle eh, which is frequently used on Guernsey and in Canada: How come, that the same particle occurs on the Channel Islands and in Canada? Where did it originate from? And what does Columbus mean when she says 'discourse particles [like eh...] signal attitudes and beliefs to their interlocutors beyond the base utterance' (Columbus 2009:401)? Which kind of attitudes does she refer to? Or how can one little word have different covert meanings? And finally, how exactly does eh on Guernsey differ from eh on Canada? These questions have occupied researchers since this little word came into focus. Especially during the last 35 years there has arisen a remarkably high interest in examining eh - its history, its presence in today's use of language and its future. Strikingly, there can be found a lot of works referring to eh in Canada, but only two researchers have (successfully) committed themselves to exploring eh on Guernsey. This situation might as well hint at the fact, that many people, the majority is probably of Canadian origin, claim eh as a Canadianism, without admitting, or knowing, that it is also present in other English-speaking varieties. The next part of this paper is therefore concerned with the origin of eh, whether it can be called a Canadianism or not and where it is used apart from Canada and Guernsey. The third part is dedicated to the eh used on Guernsey: Chapter 1 names its most important pragmatic functions, before they are evaluated in Chapter 2 in form of a case study. Part 4 consequently deals with the Canadian version of eh whose, pragmatic functions are outlined in Chapter 1, and Chapter 2 provides a case study as well. According to the data collected so far, part 5 compares the pragmatic functions of Guernsey and Canadian eh and draws final conclusions concerning its origin and attitudes towards eh. Part 6 concludes this paper by giving a short outlook on the future of eh.

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Biological determinism and the development of t...
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,7, University of Bamberg, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In Thomas Hardy's novel Jude the Obscure various aspects of dealing with the development of characters, contriving new ways of narration in 19th century English literature and also the influence of autobiographical references reveal themselves to not only squeamish readers. The following examination of Hardy's last novel is based on the impacts of biological determinism on the development and the course of action of Sue Bridehead and Jude Fawley. Additionally the way Hardy's novel was conceived and how the roles of Sue and Jude actively shaped this gloomy novel will be examined. Both tragic characters will be paid equal attention to, as far as an acute analysis of their traits of character and a connection with theories of determinism is concerned. Furthermore there will be a short discourse on Hardy's process of contrivance of figures which will be directly and explicitly related to the different fall of both characters. Especially the fateful evolution of Jude Fawley, the tragic main character, will be debated. The difficulties of analyzing the existence of biological determinism in Jude the Obscure are of various stamping. While a determinist can easily give a detailed description of his theoretical knowledge or approach, one must read between the lines and rely on a huge accumulation of tiny hints discovered amid all passages of the novel to actually distinguish the effects of biological determinism on Jude Fawley and Sue Bridehead. An isolated view of both characters is helpful at first but finally is uncovered as insufficient. Jude's and Sue's course of action and mutual interaction have to be considered to make it clear to the reader of the examination at hand that the determined development of both characters is realized by the way one influences the other.

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The discourse particle 'eh' on Guernsey and in ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 3,0, University of Bamberg (Lehrstuhl für Englische Sprachwissenschaft), course: Channel Island English, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this paper is to give an overview on the discourse particle eh, which is frequently used on Guernsey and in Canada: How come, that the same particle occurs on the Channel Islands and in Canada? Where did it originate from? And what does Columbus mean when she says 'discourse particles [like eh...] signal attitudes and beliefs to their interlocutors beyond the base utterance' (Columbus 2009:401)? Which kind of attitudes does she refer to? Or how can one little word have different covert meanings? And finally, how exactly does eh on Guernsey differ from eh on Canada? These questions have occupied researchers since this little word came into focus. Especially during the last 35 years there has arisen a remarkably high interest in examining eh - its history, its presence in today's use of language and its future. Strikingly, there can be found a lot of works referring to eh in Canada, but only two researchers have (successfully) committed themselves to exploring eh on Guernsey. This situation might as well hint at the fact, that many people, the majority is probably of Canadian origin, claim eh as a Canadianism, without admitting, or knowing, that it is also present in other English-speaking varieties. The next part of this paper is therefore concerned with the origin of eh, whether it can be called a Canadianism or not and where it is used apart from Canada and Guernsey. The third part is dedicated to the eh used on Guernsey: Chapter 1 names its most important pragmatic functions, before they are evaluated in Chapter 2 in form of a case study. Part 4 consequently deals with the Canadian version of eh whose, pragmatic functions are outlined in Chapter 1, and Chapter 2 provides a case study as well. According to the data collected so far, part 5 compares the pragmatic functions of Guernsey and Canadian eh and draws final conclusions concerning its origin and attitudes towards eh. Part 6 concludes this paper by giving a short outlook on the future of eh.

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