Euphemism & Dysphemism. Language Used as Shield and Weapon. Keith Allan and Kate Burridge, , Oxford University Press.. An article from journal. Euphemism and dysphemism: language used as shield and weapon. Keith Allan , Kate Burridge Published in in New York (N.Y.) by Oxford university. The text argues that euphemisms and dysphemisms demonstrate the poetic Euphemism and Dysphemism: Language Used As Shield and Weapon.

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Chapter 3 looks at taboos on references to body emissions or effluvia, especially those related to menstruation and word taboos that are gender related.

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The linguistic analysis covers naming, connotation, conversational maxims, metaphor and speech acts just to name a few of these phenomena. Open to the public Language associated with sickness, disease and illness is covered in the seventh chapter.

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Storia linguistica dell’Italia unita. Book reviews evade taboo or offensive thoughts and language. Separate different tags with a comma. The approach will fall a bit shifld for those interested in social science research and empirical data gathering, not a fault of the book but a limitation of the linguistic method of analysis.

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One reservation in this section is that while euphemisms are explained early on and clearly, dysphemisms are not examined until page While the notion that disturbed people had diseases was important in releasing ‘inmates’ from jails and placing them in better surroundings years ago, the disease metaphor is only one of several available in modern psycholo- gical literature. This linguistic analysis may be sufficient for some readers but to strengthen the claim that words differ in their degree of offensiveness, they could have cited the wealth of data available in the social and behavioral sciences to provide empirical evidence of how people are offended by these terms of abuse see Jay for example.

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Skip to main content. Tags What are tags? None of your libraries hold this item. Psychologists and others interested in theories and philosophies of psycho- pathology or abnormal behavior will recognize that the authors have fallen prey to the mental illness metaphor when they discuss abnormal thought and behavior in chapter 7.

Rozin and Fallon has been overlooked and should be included if a later version of the book is published.

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Open to languafe public ; N References De Mauro, Tullio, English language — Euphemism. These 7 locations in New South Wales: The work is broad in the sense that it covers several different topics or referential domains.

Not only does this feature expand the discussion into another non-English context but it documents how euphemisms for taboos were employed hundreds of years ago. English language — Euphemism.

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Home This editionEnglish, Book edition: These 5 locations in Queensland: The translator, dysphemismm L. Open to the public ; PE To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. Dutch language — To — Euphemism. It is detailed with a consistent and serious linguistic analysis of shie,d colorful language and the contexts in which it occurs.

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