Evidential fictive interaction (in Ungarinyin and Russian)

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Abstract

This chapter introduces and examines the notion of “evidential fictive participants”
and their grammatical expression in utterances of fictive interaction. It focuses on fictive direct speech constructions and draws on examples from the Australian Aboriginal language Ungarinyin and Russian. After presenting data from these languages the chapter suggests that through the notion of participants fictive interaction forms a framework for grammatical typology. This framework has both a strong philosophical and analytical foundation and allows for an integrated approach to grammatical categories based on their relation to the conversation frame.
LanguageEnglish
Host publicationThe Conversation Frame : Forms and functions of fictive interaction
EditorsEsther Pascual, Sergeiy Sandler
Number of pages20
PublisherJohn Benjamins
Date2016
Pages 255–275
ISBN (Print)9789027246714
ISBN (Electronic) 9789027266507
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes
MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

Fields of Science

  • 6121 Languages

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Spronck, M-S. (2016). Evidential fictive interaction (in Ungarinyin and Russian). In E. Pascual, & S. Sandler (Eds.), The Conversation Frame: Forms and functions of fictive interaction (pp. 255–275). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/hcp.55.13spr
Spronck, Marie-Stephan. / Evidential fictive interaction (in Ungarinyin and Russian). The Conversation Frame: Forms and functions of fictive interaction. editor / Esther Pascual ; Sergeiy Sandler. John Benjamins, 2016. pp. 255–275
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