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Onomastics in Contemporary Public Space.

By: Felecan, Oliviu.
Contributor(s): Bughesiu, Alina.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013Description: 1 online resource (639 p.).ISBN: 9781443852173.Subject(s): Language and languages -- Philosophy | Onomasiology | OnomasticsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Onomastics in Contemporary Public SpaceDDC classification: 121.68 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; FOREWORD; CONTRIBUTORS; PART I; FUNCTIONS OF ADVERTISING NAMESIN DIFFERENT TYPES OF RUSSIAN TEXTS; CLASSES OF PROPER NAMESWITHIN MISANTONYMS; ON A FEW CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL NAMESCONSIDERED TO BE APT OR PARADOXICAL; ON THE SEMANTICS OF PROPER NAMES; PART II; A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF LINGUISTICLANDSCAPE IN SOME ASIAN URBANNEIGHBOURHOODS; ONOMASTICS IN THE PUBLIC SPACEOF BARCELONA; PART III; SECTION ONE; FROM SOLAR VALLEY TO SHADOW MOUNTAIN; NAMES OF COMPANIES IN POLAND; COMPANY NAMES AS IMITATIONSOF PERSONAL NAMES
THE INFLUENCE OF THE IDEAOF PRESTIGE OF A FOREIGN COUNTRYAS REGARDS NAMING COMMERCIAL ENTITIESAND URBAN MICROTOPONYMSCOMMERCIAL NAMESIN FINNISH PUBLIC SPACE; BAXTER, GYPROC AND PASSE-VITE:DEONYMS FROM COMMERCIAL NAMESIN BELGIAN FRENCH; SECTION TWO; NAMES OF ROMANIAN PLACES OF WORSHIP; IDENTITY/ALTERITY IN NAMES OF ROMANIANASSOCIATIONS IN AMERICA AND ASIA; SECTION THREE; THE ARTICLES AND NOTESIN NAMES; PART IV; SECTION ONE; INNOVATION AND CREATIVITYIN THE COINAGE OF NEW NAMESFOR SOUTH AFRICAN WINE; ITALIAN COMMERCIAL NAMES; DISH NAMES CONSTRUCTEDON NON-STANDARD LEXEMESAND OBSCURE PROPER NOUNS
NAMES OF CHINESE HAWKER STALLSAND FOODS IN SINGAPOREANTONOMASIA, LEXICAL USAGEAND PERMANENCE OF BRAND NAMES; THE PIZZA AND THE PITTA; NAMES IN ROMANIAN GASTRONOMY; FROM ACENTINO TO VILLA GUSTO; COCA-COLA, CHEK COLA, OR RALLY COLA?; TU Y YO, PRENDI E VAI, SAVEURS D'ICI; SECTION TWO; COVER NAMES OF SECURITATECOLLABORATORS; ASPECTS OF NAMING AND SOCIOLINGUISTICBEHAVIOUR IN CODE NAMES; SECTION THREE; THE CARNIVALISTIC ASPECT OF CHARACTERNAMES IN LITERATURE; ESOTERIC MEANINGS OF TOPONYMYIN MIRCEA ELIADE'S PROSE; TRANSLATION OF LITERARY PROPER NAMES; SECTION FOUR
NICKNAMES OF FOOTBALLCHAMPIONS IN ITALYCONTEXTUAL VARIATION OF SURNAMESAND FIRST NAMES OF POLITICAL FIGURESIN ROMANIAN PUBLIC SPACE; POLISH ARTISTIC PSEUDONYMS; SECTION FIVE; ITALIAN STUDENTS' E-MAIL NICKNAMES; USER NAMES AS UNCONVENTIONALANTHROPONYMS; SECTION SIX; CAT-BREED NAMESIN CONTEMPORARY ROMANIAN; PART V; GRAPHEMIC PUNS AND SOFTWAREMAKING THEM UP; NAMING YOUR CAR; ONOMASTIC MALTREATMENTAS A SYMPTOM OF DISCRIMINATION; CHARON'S SEMANTICS.NAMING WEATHER SYSTEMS; NAMES AS COMMERCIAL VALUES; INDEX AUCTORUM ET OPERUM; INDEX NOMINUM ET RERUM
Summary: Onomastics in Contemporary Public Space aims at analysing names and name-giving from an intercultural perspective, within the context of contemporary public space. As was the case of Name and Naming: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012), the geographical areas investigated in the studies included in this volume are very diverse, referring not only to European cultural space, but also to American, Asian, African and Australian contexts. Being a collectiv...
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CONTENTS; FOREWORD; CONTRIBUTORS; PART I; FUNCTIONS OF ADVERTISING NAMESIN DIFFERENT TYPES OF RUSSIAN TEXTS; CLASSES OF PROPER NAMESWITHIN MISANTONYMS; ON A FEW CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL NAMESCONSIDERED TO BE APT OR PARADOXICAL; ON THE SEMANTICS OF PROPER NAMES; PART II; A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF LINGUISTICLANDSCAPE IN SOME ASIAN URBANNEIGHBOURHOODS; ONOMASTICS IN THE PUBLIC SPACEOF BARCELONA; PART III; SECTION ONE; FROM SOLAR VALLEY TO SHADOW MOUNTAIN; NAMES OF COMPANIES IN POLAND; COMPANY NAMES AS IMITATIONSOF PERSONAL NAMES

THE INFLUENCE OF THE IDEAOF PRESTIGE OF A FOREIGN COUNTRYAS REGARDS NAMING COMMERCIAL ENTITIESAND URBAN MICROTOPONYMSCOMMERCIAL NAMESIN FINNISH PUBLIC SPACE; BAXTER, GYPROC AND PASSE-VITE:DEONYMS FROM COMMERCIAL NAMESIN BELGIAN FRENCH; SECTION TWO; NAMES OF ROMANIAN PLACES OF WORSHIP; IDENTITY/ALTERITY IN NAMES OF ROMANIANASSOCIATIONS IN AMERICA AND ASIA; SECTION THREE; THE ARTICLES AND NOTESIN NAMES; PART IV; SECTION ONE; INNOVATION AND CREATIVITYIN THE COINAGE OF NEW NAMESFOR SOUTH AFRICAN WINE; ITALIAN COMMERCIAL NAMES; DISH NAMES CONSTRUCTEDON NON-STANDARD LEXEMESAND OBSCURE PROPER NOUNS

NAMES OF CHINESE HAWKER STALLSAND FOODS IN SINGAPOREANTONOMASIA, LEXICAL USAGEAND PERMANENCE OF BRAND NAMES; THE PIZZA AND THE PITTA; NAMES IN ROMANIAN GASTRONOMY; FROM ACENTINO TO VILLA GUSTO; COCA-COLA, CHEK COLA, OR RALLY COLA?; TU Y YO, PRENDI E VAI, SAVEURS D'ICI; SECTION TWO; COVER NAMES OF SECURITATECOLLABORATORS; ASPECTS OF NAMING AND SOCIOLINGUISTICBEHAVIOUR IN CODE NAMES; SECTION THREE; THE CARNIVALISTIC ASPECT OF CHARACTERNAMES IN LITERATURE; ESOTERIC MEANINGS OF TOPONYMYIN MIRCEA ELIADE'S PROSE; TRANSLATION OF LITERARY PROPER NAMES; SECTION FOUR

NICKNAMES OF FOOTBALLCHAMPIONS IN ITALYCONTEXTUAL VARIATION OF SURNAMESAND FIRST NAMES OF POLITICAL FIGURESIN ROMANIAN PUBLIC SPACE; POLISH ARTISTIC PSEUDONYMS; SECTION FIVE; ITALIAN STUDENTS' E-MAIL NICKNAMES; USER NAMES AS UNCONVENTIONALANTHROPONYMS; SECTION SIX; CAT-BREED NAMESIN CONTEMPORARY ROMANIAN; PART V; GRAPHEMIC PUNS AND SOFTWAREMAKING THEM UP; NAMING YOUR CAR; ONOMASTIC MALTREATMENTAS A SYMPTOM OF DISCRIMINATION; CHARON'S SEMANTICS.NAMING WEATHER SYSTEMS; NAMES AS COMMERCIAL VALUES; INDEX AUCTORUM ET OPERUM; INDEX NOMINUM ET RERUM

Onomastics in Contemporary Public Space aims at analysing names and name-giving from an intercultural perspective, within the context of contemporary public space. As was the case of Name and Naming: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012), the geographical areas investigated in the studies included in this volume are very diverse, referring not only to European cultural space, but also to American, Asian, African and Australian contexts. Being a collectiv...

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