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Marital Naming/Naming Marriage: Language and Status in Family Law

Suzanne A. Kim
2009 Social Science Research Network  
This is necessary because choice itself arises amidst social forces that shape our understandings of what is a choice and what is not.  ...  Social Constraints Although the law may formally confer freedom on women to choose what to do with their names, social norms about naming influence the exercise of that choice.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1351133 fatcat:pobtm7fv6bfq7loax4w2b62dtm

Slovenian geographical names

Drago Kladnik, Matjaž Geršič, Drago Perko
2020 Acta Geographica Slovenica  
All of this is connected with the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN) and the Slovenian Government Commission for the Standardization of Geographical Names.  ...  Then it presents macrotoponyms and microtoponyms, especially geographical names in Slovenian normative guides, names of countries, and foreign exonyms for Slovenian endonyms.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: The authors acknowledge financial support from the Slovenian Research Agency program (P6-0101) Geography of Slovenia.  ... 
doi:10.3986/ags.9394 fatcat:u4bxojz3qvhb7ntpdsgj5whm5i

Women's and Men's Preferences for First and Last Names

Michelle L. Ceynar, Sarah E. Stewart
2014 Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research  
U.S. rates are as follows (four issues): Indi vidual $20; In sti tu tion $40. For international rates or other information con tact: Psi Chi Central Of fice. Print ed in the USA.  ...  Statements of fact or opinion are the re spon si bil i ty of the authors alone and do not imply an opin ion on the part of the officers or mem bers of Psi Chi.  ...  The results of the present study also aligned with what appears to be a trend of declining formality in American social relationships.  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-8204.jn19.2.65 fatcat:j2e4t5cqirgczkbwo6gwpdgir4

The Contribution of Graeco-Roman Mythology to the Formation of Brazilian National Identity [chapter]

Ricardo Gancz, Pablo Silva Machado Bispo dos Santos
2021 Our Mythical Education. The Reception of Classical Myth Worldwide in Formal Education, 1900-2020  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS In the spring of 2014 I was lucky enough, thanks to the generosity of the Schwebel Foundation in memory of Lana Schwebel z"l, Andrew Goldman of Tsemed, and the Lechter  ...  fund of Bar-Ilan University, to organize a conference on the reception of the classical world in modern popular fiction.  ...  the social life of the distant past.  ... 
doi:10.31338/uw.9788323546245.pp.377-398 fatcat:ro3mcyjbsbd5bhrpgxb2fe3vcq

Honorifics in Northern Kurmanji with Reference to English

Izzuddin R. Mohammad, Parween S. Abdulaziz
2020 Academic Journal of Nawroz University  
Sometimes, the core function of honorifics is reversed to show disrespect in the context of irony.  ...  They are respect, formality, and distance- related concepts and they have been of major concern to many sociolinguists and pragmatists.  ...  They are syntactic or morphological distinctions especially in Japanese. The notion of honorific does not correlate with formality as it can also be found in informal situations.  ... 
doi:10.25007/ajnu.v9n3a792 fatcat:xrptvlzv2jep5hd42tstauexjq

The anthroponymic world in the text of the Anglophone joke

Victoria Samokhina, Valentina Pasynok
2017 Lege Artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow  
of incongruity is ascertained.  ...  The analysis is underpinned with the methodological principle of anthropocentrism within the framework of which correlation between various groups of anthroponyms grounded on the basic cognitive mechanism  ...  Further research in this area considering cognitive modelling, intent-analysis, methods of interpretation and text analysis will specify and confirm intertextual links between Anglophone jokes in the material  ... 
doi:10.1515/lart-2017-0018 fatcat:qujnoyjcvvg5njhco7ai624vda

Learning Japanese through Anime

Yee-Han Chan, Ngan-Ling Wong
2017 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
The findings showed that language used in anime is more casual in most of the contexts involving daily life.  ...  A course named "Learning Japanese language through Anime" was carried out in one public university in Malaysia for a duration of 10 weeks.  ...  One of the common problems of JFL learners is lack of exposure to informal settings in real life situations. Hence, they lack exposure to the usage of plain forms.  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.0803.06 fatcat:5lz2hxm24zg73pga55ydge4p7y


Seymour Chatman
1956 Language Learning  
The rapidity with which we pass from the formal Mr. with a surname to a first name, skipping generally the surname alone, is probably due to this fact.  ...  The norm is the first name accompanied by 2unt and uncle, which would have to be set as a degree between the intimacy of an unaccompan- ied first name and the formality of a Mr. or Mrs. used with the surname  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-1770.1956.tb01197.x fatcat:ay5esjwthrei3mmoxxkozmeaje

A Benchmark for Politeness [chapter]

Keith Allan
2015 Perspectives in Pragmatics, Philosophy & Psychology  
Im)politeness is never a depersonalized, decontextualized absolute but always a perception or judgement of appropriate behaviour on a given occasion-what one expects oneself and others to do in a particular  ...  social interaction.  ...  instances of behaviour in real life or in fiction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12616-6_15 fatcat:agq5ejavdbfmppbsk6xk4ztvpy

Re-examining politeness, face and the Japanese language

Barbara Pizziconi
2003 Journal of Pragmatics  
In sum, what is highlighted in the Japanese scholars' work is the pressure of language on speakers, and of social settings on language.  ...  model, namely the usage of politeness-related interactional markers that operate independently from the presence of an FTA.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0378-2166(02)00200-x fatcat:b6ar43zcyrcsbnlguompp7cseq

Znaczenie różnic kulturowych w biznesie międzynarodowym

Marzena Adamczyk
2017 The Central European Review of Economics and Management  
, and to present the characteristics of selected countries in some business areas.Design / Research Method: The applied research method is the analysis of the literature in the field of cross-cultural  ...  determinants of business and the description of the findings observed and analyzed in theprocess of deductive conclusions.Conclusions / findings: The main conclusion of the research is confirming the view  ...  Unlike in other Asian countries, time is very precious in the Japanese culture. Social meetings are important for concluding deals with the Japanese.  ... 
doi:10.29015/cerem.335 fatcat:sxzxozbsufcgrcly3j4pmdegfy

Changing Name Changing: Framing Rules and the Future of Marital Names

Elizabeth Francis Emens
Because states historically reinforced a regime of patrilineal descent of names, what might seem a neutral default regime is inadequate.  ...  For example, the formal legal default rule in most places is that both spouses keep their premarital names.  ...  Of course what this argument ignores is that what was her father's name is now her name, and has been so for her entire life."  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8z0385d fatcat:tbtihaqjijgunl3jrbk5gddvbu

China Expands Its Courtesy: Saying "Hello" to Strangers

Mary S. Erbaugh
2008 Journal of Asian Studies  
Acknowledgments The Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, supported this project.  ...  Unstable Usage Usage is still in flux, reflecting rapid social change (cf. U.S. uncertainties over whether to call a woman Mrs., Miss, Ms., or by her first name).  ...  -style "thanks for coming in" is a rather formal phrase, printed on signs over the exit (xiexie guanglin, literally, "thanks for the arrival of your luminousness").  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0021911808000715 fatcat:njohd6t3tvcktczj74gf6id3a4

The impact of linguistic style on customer satisfaction: a cross-cultural empirical study in Ecuador

Alei Fan, Hubert B. Van Hoof, Xueting Dou, Ana Lucia Serrano
2021 International Hospitality Review  
On the other hand, in the service failure situation, as customers desire for expressions of respect that can be reflected in a formal address form, the level of satisfaction is lower when the casual address  ...  form is used in guest communications, regardless of customers' cultural orientations in power distance.Originality/valueThis research adds to existing cross-cultural service research, particularly in  ...  Cultural values signal what is desirable and undesirable and specify individuals' typical or general preferences in a given situation (Daniels and Greguras, 2014; Glikson et al., 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/ihr-04-2021-0028 fatcat:2smzgahe4fe7dcvoibal2edmli

New Lexis in the Interaction of Languages and Cultures: The Case of "Selfie" in the Lithuanian Language

Rita Miliūnaitė
2021 Acta Baltico-Slavica  
The aim here is to analyse the characteristics of the usage of the neologism selfie and its adapted form selfis in the Lithuanian language as well as its rivalry with other Lithuanian equivalents of the  ...  Eventually, with the formational families of selfis and asmenukė expanding, two rival lexical semantic systems have emerged in the Lithuanian language, both consisting of what usually are variations of  ...  [What do you think about non-suffixed female surnames?]  ... 
doi:10.11649/abs.2587 fatcat:ckxhjnyckfebbncfxljhga4p3q
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