ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL APPELLATIONS IN THE SHIFT OF PERSPECTIVE CORRESPONDING TO “SHI MU” WITH THE PRAGMATIC PRINCIPLES
Journal of Basic and Applied Research International,
With the development of society, the status of women is becoming more and more important. How to call a teacher’s husband is an urgent problem to be solved. Based on previous studies, this paper explores the appellations of “ female teacher’s husband” based on the shifting perspective and the pragmatic principles, and aims to find out the social appellations corresponding to “male teacher’s wife”--“shi mu”. Through the analysis in this paper, the author believes that there is no social appellation to address teacher’s husband which corresponding to “shi mu”, but students can refer to the teacher’s husband from the following three aspects: “title+surname”, “teacher”, and the kinship address “shu shu”, “bo bo”, etc.
- The shifting perspective
- shi mu
- pragmatic principle
- social appellations
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