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LINGUIST List 25.2440

Wed Jun 04 2014

Confs: Socioling, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis, Applied Ling, General Ling/Germany

Editor for this issue: Anna White <awhitelinguistlist.org>

Date: 04-Jun-2014
From: Bettina Kluge <klugebuni-hildesheim.de>
Subject: Address Choice and Negotiation of Address Forms
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Address Choice and Negotiation of Address Forms
Short Title: INAR I


Date: 10-Jun-2014 - 12-Jun-2014
Location: Hildesheim, Germany
Contact: Bettina Kluge
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

INAR (International Network for Address Research) is a recently formed network, following the workshop on ‘Sociolinguistics and Grammar of Terms of Address’ held in Berlin in the early summer of 2013. The aim of the network is to describe address in as wide a number of languages as possible in order to arrive at an overarching model of address. It will do so by enhancing closer ties between members, all of them linguists who have been working on address for years.

This workshop is the first in a series that will take place once a year, organized by different network members around the globe. We wish to bring together practitioners in the field the specific workshop focuses on (e.g. diachrony, translation etc.) and researchers studying address in different languages and working in different frameworks (e.g. sociolinguistics, interactional studies, pragmatics and grammatical description).

Conference fee: 75 euros (40 for students), including snacks and refreshments during the breaks and conference dinner

Program:

Monday, June 9

19.30
Warm-up at a local restaurant

Tuesday, June 10

10.00
Guided city tour Hildesheim (optional)

12.30 Lunch

13.30
Welcome

14.00
Kris Helincks (Gent; Belgium): On explainning interactional shifts between the three pronominal terms of address in everyday situations in Chilean Spanish

14.45
Marcela Rivadaneira (Temuco; Chile): Pronominal alternation in a corpus of spoken Chilean Spanish. Discourse-pragmatic variation of the second person singular

15.30 Coffee break

16.00
Aree Manosuthikit (Wisconsin-Madison; USA): Burmese-American Teenagers’ Discursive Practices of Personal References: Bilingual Resources, Ideologies and Identities

16.45
Suzanne Aalberse / Wessel Stoop (Amsterdam / Nijmegen; The Netherlands): T loss in Dutch as a change from below

17.40
Resumé of today’s activities, general discussion

19.30 Conference dinner

Wednesday, June 11

9.30
Mena Al Mouataz (Alexandria, Egypt): Address terms of Alexandrian Arabic [via Skype conference]

10.30 Coffee break

11.00
Maher Tyfour (Hildesheim; Germany): Forms of addressing icons of power in Facebook comments - the example of “The Syrian Presidency”

11.45
Bettina Kluge (Hildesheim; Germany): Using generic seconds to negotiate permanent switch to T-forms in interaction

12.30 Lunch

14.00
Karolin Moser (Furtwangen; Germany): Negotiating Power and Solidarity in Argentina

14.45
Irene Moyna (Texas A&M University; USA): Voseo vocatives and interjections in Montevideo Spanish

15.30 Coffee break

16.00
Roel Vismans (Sheffield, Great Britain): Address negotiations in Dutch emails

16.45
Leo Kretzenbacher / John Hajek / Catrin Norrby / Doris Schüpbach (Melbourne, Australia / Stockholm, Sweden): Meet and Grüezi – Swiss German introduction and address behaviour at international conferences

17.40
Resumé of today’s activities, general discussion

19.30 Dinner at a local restaurant

Thursday, June 12

9.00
Horst Simon (FU Berlin, Germany): Germans have not always been so strict. Observations concerning address variation in the 18th century

9.45
Leo Kretzenbacher / John Hajek / Robert Lagerberg / Agnese Bresin (Melbourne, Australia): Now you Sie me, now you don’t: History and remnants of the 3pl V address pronoun calque (onikanie) in Slovak

10.30 Coffee break

11.00
Discussion on INAR’s future moves: website, next workshop, funding, etc.

12.00
Workshop closure

12.30 Lunch



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