In this paper we peruse the functions of greetings and leave-takings in a genre which shares many traits with films but which has its own distinctive features and has recently gained tremendous success by reaching millions of people – i.e. TV series. More specifically, we concentrate on greetings and leave-takings that open and close conversations, trying to highlight how much narrative space they are granted and how frequent they are in both original and dubbed dialogues.

How people greet each other in TV series and dubbing

BONSIGNORI, VERONICA
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BRUTI, SILVIA
Co-primo
2014

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In this paper we peruse the functions of greetings and leave-takings in a genre which shares many traits with films but which has its own distinctive features and has recently gained tremendous success by reaching millions of people – i.e. TV series. More specifically, we concentrate on greetings and leave-takings that open and close conversations, trying to highlight how much narrative space they are granted and how frequent they are in both original and dubbed dialogues.
Bonsignori, Veronica; Bruti, Silvia
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