Topics in Address Research

In all languages, forms of address establish an ever-changing repertoire with rules of usage that are closely tied to social and other factors; therefore, the study of address forms has been a central element of the relational turn of linguistics in the last decade. This book series aims to provide a platform for global research on address forms and their usage. The books in this series focus on the range of available terms of address (nominal, pronominal, other), their grammatical as well as pragmatic properties, the factors determining their use in actual discourse, the way they reflect as well as constitute social relations and the way they act as a means of organising communicative routines. Studies in this series will describe address in as wide a number of languages as possible in order to arrive at an overarching model of address intended to capture speaker-addressee-relations as an essential aspect of communication. The series publishes monographs and thematically coherent collective volumes in the English language.
ISSN 2405-9269
Horst J. Simon | Freie Universität Berlin | TAR-editors at
Bettina Kluge | Stiftung Universität Hildesheim
John Hajek | University of Melbourne
María Irene Moyna | Texas A&M University
Editorial Board
Suzanne Aalberse | University of Amsterdam
Alexandra Alvarez | Universidad de los Andes, Mérida
Christine Béal | Praxiling CNRS-UMR 5267 Montpellier
Tilman Berger | Universität Tübingen
Gu Yueguo | Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Martin Hummel | Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Heinz L. Kretzenbacher | University of Melbourne
Angelika Linke | Universität Zürich & University of Linköping
Célia Lopes | Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Zouheir Maalej | King Saud University
Yoshiko Matsumoto | Stanford University
Bernard Mulo Farenkia | Cape Breton University
Catrin Norrby | Stockholm University
María Eugenia Vázquez Laslop | El Colegio de México
Roel Vismans | University of Sheffield
Camilla Wide | University of Turku
Daming Xu | University of Macau
Agnese Bresin
2021. xxi, 290 pp.
Edited by Bettina Kluge and María Irene Moyna
2019. vi, 447 pp.

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Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Main BIC Subject

CFG: Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General