[EDLING:1017] Re: sociolinguistics and Middle Eastern
flincoln at UARK.EDU
Fri Sep 30 15:00:22 UTC 2005
Thank you so much. I would love a copy of the article. Is it
large? Should I send you postage? My address is below.
I will begin Googling immedately! f
At 08:44 PM 9/29/2005 -0500, you wrote:
> You might want to google Zohreh Eslami Rasekh from Texas A & M. She
> has been working on politeness in Persian vs. American English, and if I
> remember correctly, she recently had an article on this topic appear in
> print - I am sorry I cannot remember the journal title but here is her
> e-mail: zrasekh at coe.tamu.edu. Another source you can check out is S.
> Gass and J. Neu (Eds.) Speech acts across cultures, that has a couple of
> chapters on speech act use in Egyptian Arabic that also touch on
> politeness. Finally, if you consider Turkish an example of Middle Eastern
> languages, you can look at my co-written chapter on "Linguistics of power
> and politeness in Turkish: Revelations from speech acts" in Linguistic
> Politeness Across Boundaries: The case of Greek and Turkish, A.
> Bayraktaroglu & M. Sifianau (Eds.), John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2001,
> 75-104. I can send you a hardcopy via snail mail.
>Hope these help.
>Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Felicia Lincoln" <flincoln at uark.edu>
>To: <edling at ccat.sas.upenn.edu>
>Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 12:07 PM
>Subject: [EDLING:1012] sociolinguistics and Middle Eastern
>>I am trying to find information on the language of politeness in Arabic.
>>Or specific Arabic-speaking cultures. Anybody know any sociolinguistic
>>work being done among Middle Easterners? f
>>Felicia Lincoln, Ph.D.
>>College of Education and Health Professions
>>Department of Curriculum and Instruction
>>203 Peabody Hall
>>Fayetteville, AR 72701-1201
>>The end of the dictatorship of English marks the beginning of North
>>American cultural democracy.
>>-- Joshua A. Fishman, June 2002
Felicia Lincoln, Ph.D.
College of Education and Health Professions
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
203 Peabody Hall
Fayetteville, AR 72701-1201
The end of the dictatorship of English marks the beginning of North
American cultural democracy.
-- Joshua A. Fishman, June 2002
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