異文化間語用論入門(第2版)<br>Culturally Speaking Second Edition : Culture, Communication and Politeness Theory (2ND)

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異文化間語用論入門(第2版)
Culturally Speaking Second Edition : Culture, Communication and Politeness Theory (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 384 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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基本説明

This comprehensive introduction to intercultural pragmatics examines the theoretical, methodological and practical issues in the analysis of talk across cultures.

Full Description

This is an updated second edition of the comprehensive introduction to intercultural pragmatics, providing essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students.This comprehensive introduction to intercultural pragmatics examines the theoretical, methodological and practical issues in the analysis of talk across cultures.The book includes: an introduction to the key issues in culture and communication; an examination of cross-cultural and intercultural communication; empirical case studies from a variety of languages, including German, Greek, Japanese and Chinese; practical chapters on pragmatics research, recording and analysing data, and projects in intercultural pragmatics; exercises at the end of each chapter; and, a glossary of termsThis second edition of "Culturally Speaking" will be an essential guide for undergraduate and postgraduate students, and researchers interested in communication across cultures.

Contents

Figures; Tables; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Transcription Conventions; 1. Introduction, Helen Spencer-Oatey (University of Warwick, UK); I: Basic Concepts; Editor's Introduction; 2. Face, (Im) Politeness and Rapport, Helen Spencer-Oatey (University of Warwick, UK); 3. Culture and Communication, Vladimir|egarac (University of Bedfordshire, UK); II: Cross-cultural Pragmatics: Empirical Studies; Editor's Introduction; 4. Apologies in Japanese and English, Noriko Tanaka, Helen Spencer-Oatey and Ellen Cray (University of Warwick, UK, Carleton University, Canada and Meikai University, Japan); 5. British and Chinese Reactions to Compliment Responses, Helen Spencer-Oatey, Patrick Ng and Li Dong (University of Warwick, UK, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR, China and Translation Institute of Beijing Foreign Studies University, China); 6. Interactional Work in Greek and German Telephone Conversations, Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece); Suggestions for Further Reading for Part II; III: Processes in Intercultural Interaction; Editor's Introduction; 7.Pragmatic Transfer, Vladimir|egarac and Martha C. Pennington (University of Bedfordshire, UK and Georgia Southern University, USA); 8.Communication Accommodation Theory, Virpi Ylanne (Cardiff University, UK); 9. Adaptation and Identity, Martin FougAre (Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Helsinki, Finland). IV: Intercultural Pragmatics: Empirical Studies; Editor's Introduction; 10. Negotiating Rapport in German - Chinese Conversation, Susanne Gunthner (Westfalische Wilhelms-University in Munster, Germany); 11. Negative Assessments in Japanese - American Workplace Interaction, Laura Miller (Loyola University Chicago, USA) 12. Impression Management in 'Intercultural' German Job Interviews, Karin Birkner and Friederike Kern (University of Freiburg, Germany and University of Potsdam, Germany); 13. Issues of Face in a Chinese Business Visit to Britain, Helen Spencer-Oatey and Jianyu Xing (University of Warwick, UK and University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China) Suggestions for Further Reading for Part IV; V: Methodology; Editor's Introduction; 14. Data Collection in Pragmatics Research, Gabriele Kasper (University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA); 15. Recording and Analysing Talk across Cultures, Meredith Marra (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand); 16. Projects, Helen Spencer-Oatey (University of Warwick, UK); References; Index.