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Unconventional Anthroponyms : Formation Patterns and Discursive Function

By: Felecan, Daiana.
Contributor(s): Felecan, Oliviu.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (537 p.).ISBN: 9781443868624.Subject(s): English fiction -- History and criticism | Names, Personal, in literature | Romanian fiction -- History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Unconventional Anthroponyms : Formation Patterns and Discursive FunctionDDC classification: 410 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; FOREWORD; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; PART ONE; VOCATIVES AS MITIGATORSIN FACE-THREATENING CONTEXTS; PROLEGOMENA TO A DIFFERENTKIND OF NAMING; UNCONVENTIONAL USES OF PROPER NAMES; UNCONVENTIONAL; PART TWO; NAMES OF ABANDONED CHILDREN; UNCONVENTIONAL ANTHROPONYMSIN THE HUNGARIAN SURNAME SYSTEM; NICKNAMES OR COLLECTIVE BYNAMES?; UNCONVENTIONAL FIRST NAMES; CROSSING CULTURALAND LINGUISTIC BOUNDARIES; ANTHROPONYMS IN ADVERTISING TEXTS(THE CASE OF RUSSIAN TELEVISIONCOMMERCIALS); THE PROSCRIPTION AND LEGITIMISATIONOF NAMES IN JAPAN
IDENTITY CONCEALMENT IN PERSONAL NAMECHANGE, ANONYMITY AND PSEUDONYMITYANTHROPONYMS IN THE DIGITAL AGE; BYNAMES OF MEDIEVAL ROMANIANVOIVODES AND RULERS; ANTHROPONOMASTIC PUNS IN THE ANCIENTEGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHIC SCRIPT,WITH CONSIDERATIONS ON ONOMASTICPUNNING IN DIFFERENT SCRIPT SYSTEMS; FACETS OF ANTHROPONOMASTICS,EXPLANATION AND PLAYFULNESS; ONOMASTIC PUNS AND FORMALARGUMENTATION; PISAN AFFAIRS IN DIPLOMATICCORRESPONDENCE FROM TUNIS, IN 1227; SPELLING INNOVATIONS IN TWENTIETHCENTURYITALIAN ANTHROPONYMY; DO BORDERS AND PROVINCIAL BOUNDARIESPREVENT NICKNAMES FROM CROSSINGTHE LINE?
CODE NAMES IN COMMUNIST ROMANIARECENT CHILD NAMING PRACTICES IN JAPAN; COGNITIVE AND CULTURAL PECULIARITIESOF NICKNAMING IN THE MACRO-SOCIALGROUPS "POLITICS," "SPORT"AND "ENTERTAINMENT"; PART THREE; NAMES AS MECHANISMSOF DECONSTRUCTION IN ANGELA CARTER'SNIGHTS AT THE CIRCUS; DOSTOEVSKY AND SURNAMESOF HIS CHARACTERS IN ERGONYMY; KIDOR; REVISITING FRANCIS LEE UTLEY'S 1941STUDY "THE ONE HUNDRED AND THREENAMES OF NOAH'S WIFE"; SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE VALUEOF ONOMASTICS IN THE WORKOF JULES VERNE; PART FOUR
THE DESIGN OF THE PHONO-SEMANTICMATCHING (PSM) MODULEOF THE GALLURA ARCHITECTUREFOR GENERATING HUMOROUSAETIOLOGICAL TALESINDEX AUCTORUM ET OPERUM; INDEX NOMINUM ET RERUM
Summary: Unconventional Anthroponyms: Formation Patterns and Discursive Function continues a series of collective volumes comprising studies on onomastics, edited by Oliviu Felecan with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Previous titles in this series include Name and Naming: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives (2012) and Onomastics in Contemporary Public Space (2013, co-edited with Alina Bughesiu). In contemporary naming practice, one can distinguish two verbal (linguistic) means of nominal referenti...
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CONTENTS; FOREWORD; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; PART ONE; VOCATIVES AS MITIGATORSIN FACE-THREATENING CONTEXTS; PROLEGOMENA TO A DIFFERENTKIND OF NAMING; UNCONVENTIONAL USES OF PROPER NAMES; UNCONVENTIONAL; PART TWO; NAMES OF ABANDONED CHILDREN; UNCONVENTIONAL ANTHROPONYMSIN THE HUNGARIAN SURNAME SYSTEM; NICKNAMES OR COLLECTIVE BYNAMES?; UNCONVENTIONAL FIRST NAMES; CROSSING CULTURALAND LINGUISTIC BOUNDARIES; ANTHROPONYMS IN ADVERTISING TEXTS(THE CASE OF RUSSIAN TELEVISIONCOMMERCIALS); THE PROSCRIPTION AND LEGITIMISATIONOF NAMES IN JAPAN

IDENTITY CONCEALMENT IN PERSONAL NAMECHANGE, ANONYMITY AND PSEUDONYMITYANTHROPONYMS IN THE DIGITAL AGE; BYNAMES OF MEDIEVAL ROMANIANVOIVODES AND RULERS; ANTHROPONOMASTIC PUNS IN THE ANCIENTEGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHIC SCRIPT,WITH CONSIDERATIONS ON ONOMASTICPUNNING IN DIFFERENT SCRIPT SYSTEMS; FACETS OF ANTHROPONOMASTICS,EXPLANATION AND PLAYFULNESS; ONOMASTIC PUNS AND FORMALARGUMENTATION; PISAN AFFAIRS IN DIPLOMATICCORRESPONDENCE FROM TUNIS, IN 1227; SPELLING INNOVATIONS IN TWENTIETHCENTURYITALIAN ANTHROPONYMY; DO BORDERS AND PROVINCIAL BOUNDARIESPREVENT NICKNAMES FROM CROSSINGTHE LINE?

CODE NAMES IN COMMUNIST ROMANIARECENT CHILD NAMING PRACTICES IN JAPAN; COGNITIVE AND CULTURAL PECULIARITIESOF NICKNAMING IN THE MACRO-SOCIALGROUPS "POLITICS," "SPORT"AND "ENTERTAINMENT"; PART THREE; NAMES AS MECHANISMSOF DECONSTRUCTION IN ANGELA CARTER'SNIGHTS AT THE CIRCUS; DOSTOEVSKY AND SURNAMESOF HIS CHARACTERS IN ERGONYMY; KIDOR; REVISITING FRANCIS LEE UTLEY'S 1941STUDY "THE ONE HUNDRED AND THREENAMES OF NOAH'S WIFE"; SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE VALUEOF ONOMASTICS IN THE WORKOF JULES VERNE; PART FOUR

THE DESIGN OF THE PHONO-SEMANTICMATCHING (PSM) MODULEOF THE GALLURA ARCHITECTUREFOR GENERATING HUMOROUSAETIOLOGICAL TALESINDEX AUCTORUM ET OPERUM; INDEX NOMINUM ET RERUM

Unconventional Anthroponyms: Formation Patterns and Discursive Function continues a series of collective volumes comprising studies on onomastics, edited by Oliviu Felecan with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Previous titles in this series include Name and Naming: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives (2012) and Onomastics in Contemporary Public Space (2013, co-edited with Alina Bughesiu). In contemporary naming practice, one can distinguish two verbal (linguistic) means of nominal referenti...

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