Address Practices and Social Relationships in European Languages

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Address practices – the way people use second-person pronouns, first names, last names and titles, and other terms to address one another – are fundamental to expressing social relationships. They reflect cultural values and can tell us a great deal about social structures and change. This article gives an overview of recent research on address practices… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/lnc3.331

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