Korean honorification: a kind of expressive meaning

@article{Kim2007KoreanHA,
  title={Korean honorification: a kind of expressive meaning},
  author={J. Kim and P. Sells},
  journal={Journal of East Asian Linguistics},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={303-336}
}
  • J. Kim, P. Sells
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Journal of East Asian Linguistics
Honorification in Korean recognizes the elevated social status of a participant in a clause with respect to the subject and/or the hearer. Honorific marking may be manifest as a nominal suffix, a special honorific form of a noun, an honorific case particle, an honorific marker on a verb, or a special honorific form of a verb. Previous accounts have typically proposed a honorification feature specified as [HON +], with unmarked forms being [HON -]. The key idea in this paper is that these… Expand
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