Expressive Japanese A Reference Guide for Sharing Emotion and Empathy

ISBN-10: 0824828895

ISBN-13: 9780824828899

Edition: 2005

Authors: Senko K. Maynard

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List price: $26.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Prefacep. ix
Abbreviationsp. xiii
Introduction
On Expressive Japanesep. 3
Expressive Japanese and the Characteristics of Japanese Discoursep. 16
On Entriesp. 37
Emotion
When Deeply Movedp. 47
Being Emotional and Being Movedp. 47
Moved to Tearsp. 52
Heartfelt Emotionp. 55
Moved with Exclamativesp. 61
Experiencing Emotionp. 68
Joy and Happinessp. 68
Tenderness and Warmthp. 73
Sadness, Pain, and Difficultiesp. 76
Lonelinessp. 81
Dislike and Hatredp. 86
Anger and Frustrationp. 90
Worry and Fearp. 95
Jealousyp. 99
Emotionally Evaluatingp. 104
Nice, Cool! and Not So Cool!p. 104
Characterizing Events with Emotionp. 110
Evaluating with Nante and Nankap. 114
Expressing "Konna" Feelingsp. 118
Afterthoughts about Eventsp. 123
Responding to Circumstances Emotionallyp. 127
When Facing Trouble, Failure, and Miseryp. 127
Regrets and Self-Mockeryp. 133
Giving Upp. 138
Showing Surprise and Disbeliefp. 142
Being Relieved or Disappointedp. 148
When Emotion Is Intensep. 152
The Best and the Worstp. 152
Adding Extra Emphasisp. 156
Expressing Considerable Emotionp. 161
Cannot Stop Feelingp. 166
Emotional Emphasis through Soundp. 169
Falling in and out of Lovep. 173
Proclaiming the Bond of "the Two of Us"p. 173
To Feel like Falling in Lovep. 176
Intimate Vocatives and References to Loversp. 180
Feelings of One's Aching Heartp. 188
Confessing and Declaring Lovep. 192
Shifting Styles as Love Growsp. 198
Refusing Advancesp. 202
Breaking Upp. 204
Emotion in Conflict Situationsp. 209
Defiancep. 209
Interjections in Conflict Situationsp. 213
Cursing and Offensive Languagep. 216
Denying Relevancep. 220
Criticizing Angrily: Nani and Rhetorical Questionsp. 223
When Trying to End the Conflictp. 227
Empathy
Revealing Oneself Softlyp. 233
Identifying Oneselfp. 233
Shynessp. 240
Preamble to Franknessp. 245
Deflecting the Impact of a Remarkp. 251
Revealing One's Inner Psychological Processp. 254
Co-Experiencing Feelingsp. 259
Sharing Topicsp. 259
Putting Feelings Firstp. 263
Sharing the Target of Emotionp. 267
Meaning through Meaningless Wordsp. 270
Creating Phrases and Sentences Togetherp. 274
Sharing Visual Empathyp. 278
Being at a Loss for Wordsp. 282
Appealing to Empathy and Amaep. 286
Confirming Shared Feelings with the Particle Nep. 286
Soliciting the Partner's Emotional Response with the Particle Yop. 291
Sharing Empathy through the Particle Mop. 296
Appealing to Social-Expectation-Based Empathyp. 299
Good-Natured Teasingp. 304
Appealing to Amaep. 307
Showing Concernp. 312
Expressing Sympathy and Compassionp. 315
Designing Utterances for the Partnerp. 320
Being Artfully Vaguep. 320
Ending the Sentence without a Tone of Finalityp. 326
Sharing Thoughts as Feelingsp. 331
Using Question-like Intonationp. 338
Concerned with Conversational Empathyp. 341
Confirming Understandingp. 341
Being Seriousp. 345
Seeking Permission to Ask a Personal Questionp. 349
Leading Up to Negative or Sudden Newsp. 353
Echo Questions and Responsesp. 358
Asserting Oneself Expressively and Being Creativep. 366
Showing Conviction and Determinationp. 366
Expressing Assertiveness through N(o) Dap. 370
Commenting on One's Own Speechp. 374
Sarcasm and Tautologyp. 380
Asserting in Silencep. 387
Being Playful and Creative by Mixing Stylesp. 389
Showing Intimacy through Banter, Puns, and Jokesp. 400
Information about Authentic Sourcesp. 403
Suggested Reading: References in English for Learning the Japanese Languagep. 415
Referencesp. 417
Index of English Cues and Subject Indexp. 419
Index of Japanese Expressionsp. 425
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