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关于日本人朋友之间在拒绝场合时“中止句”的使用情况分析——以长崎大学学生为调查对象


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Title: 关于日本人朋友之间在拒绝场合时“中止句”的使用情况分析——以长崎大学学生为调查对象
Other Titles: Analysis of “insubordination” use in refusal situation between Japanese close friends: From roleplaying conversations among Nagasaki University students
Authors: 羅, 小雲
Authors (alternative): Luo, Xiaoyun
Issue Date: 18-Mar-2019
Publisher: 長崎大学多文化社会学部 / School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences, Nagasaki University
Citation: 多文化社会研究, 5, pp.129-140; 2019
Abstract: Japanese people often use “insubordination” in daily life conversations. “Insubordination” is a phenomenon where an utterance ends without formal endings. Japanese learners may think that it is not correct, but the native speakers do not think it is unnatural. The speaker uses “insubordination” to ease the tone of the speech and give the listener a space to understand and judge. So, how is “insubordination” used in Japanese daily life conversations, especially when refusing request and threating someone's Face? In this article, I first listed the definitions given in the existing studies for “insubordination” and then examined them. Finally, In the experiment, I collected roleplaying conversation data from nine Nagasaki University students, and observed the use of “insubordination” with special focus on refusal situations. The data is, then, compared with the study on request situations by Zhang (2013). The results show that they all use “insubordination” when they refuse someone, especially when explaining the reasons for the refusal. But there are also respondents who use the complete sentence to express the refusal. Compared with Zhang's request occasion, it is different.
Keywords: the use of insubordination / Japanese native speaker / refusal / roleplaying conversation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38910
ISSN: 21891486
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 5

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38910

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