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Journal Title: Chinese Language and Discourse
Volume/Issue:   4/1
Date: 15/08/2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iii, 156 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Variability and stability in Chinese syntax
Shuanfan Huang 1 – 34

Appearances are not skin deep: On the status of de yangzi as an inferential marker in colloquial Mandarin discourse
Haowen Jiang 35 – 73

Subjectivity and result marking in Mandarin
Fang Li, Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul and Ted J.M. Sanders 74 – 119

Attitudes toward accents of Mandarin in Singapore
Rachael Hui-Hui Chong and Ying-Ying Tan 120 – 140

Book reviews

Xiaohui Yuan. 2012. Politeness and Audience Response in Chinese-English Subtitling
Reviewed by Cher Leng Lee 141 – 144

Shouhui Zhao and Richard B. Jr. Baldauf . 2008. Planning Chinese Characters: Reaction, Evolution or Revolution?
Reviewed by Minglang Zhou 145 – 148

董秀芳 (Dong Xiufang). 2011.《词汇化:汉语双音词的衍生和发展》Cihuihua: Hanyu shuangyin ci de yansheng he fazhan (Lexicalization: The Origin and Evolution of Chinese Disyllabic Words)
Reviewed by Wei Wang 149 – 152

Sara Mills and Dániel Kádár, eds. 2011. Politeness in East Asia.
Reviewed by Hiroko Fujita 153 – 156
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Semantics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
 
LL Issue: 24.3289