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Name and naming: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives

Editat per Oliviu Felecan. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
Analitza els noms i el fet de nomenar en sentit intercultural, tant des d’un punt de vista sincrònic com diacrònic.
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Hi trobareu els continguts següents:  

    Denominational Differences in the Romanian Rendering of Greekand Latin-Origin Proper Names in Ecclesiastical Literature: A Translation Theory Perspective, Octavian Gordon
    Appellativisation and Proprialisation: The Gateways between the Appellative and Proprial Spheres of Language, Milan Harvalík
    Pragmatics and Anthroponymy: Theoretical Considerations Regarding the System of Designating Terms in Contemporary Romanian, Margareta Manu Magda

Section One: Anthroponyms: A Diachronic Perspective (Forenames and Surnames)
    Avra(ha)m and Šara(i): Infertility Overcome by a Linguistic Redox, Davide Astori
 A Sociology of First Names in the Late Middle Ages, Pierre-Henri Billy
  On the Adaptation of Names of Romance Origin (Spanish, French, Occitan, Italian) into Valencian Catalan, Emili Casanova
   The Double System of Descent Groups and Surname Adaptations in a Francoprovençal/ French Diglossic Situation, Jérémie Delorme
    Dame Catherine, Allix la Barbiere and La Femme le Grant Jehan du Pasquier: Naming Women in Accounting Records at the End of the Middle Ages, Aude Wirth-Jaillard
Section Two: Anthroponyms: A Synchronic Perspective (Forenames and Surnames)
    Onomastics and the Internationally-Minded Generations of Baia Mare, Minodora Barbul
    The Dynamics of Forenames in the Anthroponymy of Baia Mare, Nicolae Felecan
    Conformity and Nonconformity in Gypsy Names, Oliviu Felecan
    The Right to a Good Name: Muslim and Xhosa Children, Bertie Neethling
   Ethnolinguistic Adoption, Adaptation and Migration: The Example of Family Names from Baia Mare (and the Surrounding Areas) and Maramureş, Romania, Rodica-Cristina Ţurcanu
Section Three: Unconventional Anthroponyms (Nicknames, Bynames, Hypocoristics)
    The Dynamics of Generic Terms used to Designate Women in the Contemporary Romanian Show Business, Daiana Felecan
    Political Anthroponyms in French Mass Media, Georgeta Rus
    Hypocoristics among Young People in Germany: Methodical Problems and Corpus Analysis, Bernd Spillner
    Diachronic Classification of Bynames given by Adults, and Bynames given by Young People, Willy Van Langendonck
Section Four: Literary Onomastics
   Stylistic Aspects of Proper Names in Old Romanian Writings, Gh. Chivu
    The Art of Names in Pascal Quignard’s Literary Work, Nicoleta Cîmpian
   Literary Onomastics within Postmodern Fragmentation , Carmen Dărăbuş
    Good Names and Bad Names: The Axiological Aspect of Literary Proper Names— A Cognitive Approach , Anna Fornalczyk and Aleksandra Biela-Wołońciej
    Esoteric Meanings of Names in the Prose of Mircea Eliade, Gheorghe Glodeanu
    Hibernian Choices: The Politics of Naming in Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds, Adrian Oţoiu
    Name Quest, Identity Quest with Patrick Modiano, Marcela Oţoiu
    The Sense of Intention in the Pagan Anthroponyms of The Song of Roland, Thierry Ponchon
    Names and References in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, Grant W. Smith

    And the River Flows: The Presence of Latin amnis in Italian Place Names, Maria Giovanna Arcamone
    The Change of Names in 20th Century Romanian Toponymy, Domniţa Tomescu
    French Odonymy with a Link to Rumania: Naming Motivations of Political Origin, Michel A. Rateau
    The Translation of Official Country Names into Romanian, Ioana Vintilă-Rădulescu

    On Brands and Branding in the Romanian Space, Alina Bugheşiu
    Anthroponyms in the Names of Firms in Sighetu Marmaţiei, Adelina Emilia Mihali
    Proper Names of Perfumes, Mihaela Munteanu Siserman
    The Use of Proper Names in Early Finnish Newspaper Advertisements, Paula Sjöblom



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