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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新23卷第3期 >  中國朋友日常談話裡的社交性爭執:過程與處理


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    Title: 中國朋友日常談話裡的社交性爭執:過程與處理
    Other Titles: Sociable Arguments Among Chinese Friends: Process and Management
    Authors: 郭賽華;Sai-Hua Kuo
    Date: 1993/09
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1993,new,v.23,n.3,p253.
    Keywords: Sociable argument
    positive politeness
    message and meta-message
    frame
    Conversational style
    Conflict talk
    Casual conversation
    Argumentative strategy
    社交性爭執
    正面禮貌
    表面訊息與背面訊息
    談話風格
    框架
    爭辯策略
    日常談話
    談話衝突
    Abstract: Taking data from tape-recorded naturally occurring conversations, this study examines the process and management of 'sociable arguments' among Chinese friends. I first analyze a dispute between two close female friends to illustrate how
    talk that is argumentative in form may have sociable functions for the two speakers. I then give three examples to show how consensus is negotiated and accomplished by means of submission or compromise in the course of argument. I
    have found that 80% of the adversative episodes in my data ended in a stand-off, that is, participants continued to maintain opposing positions with neither submit-ting. In addition, when arguments arose, the Chinese disputants tended to take strong stances toward what they were saying and repeatedly disagreed with their opponents. I propose that the speakers' argumentative, overtly competitive behav-ior, which is directed to solidarity enhancement and generating preferred social relationships, also implies their strong need to present an independent and sincere self.
    本文以20小時朋友之間的日常閒談錄音為語料,研究其中15段「社交性爭執」的過程與處理方式。首先以兩位女性朋友之間的一段爭論為例,闡釋有些具爭辯形式的談話,實際上具有社交性,亦即增進或表現當事人交情的功能。隨後另外三段談話顯示了在爭論性交談的過程當中,雙方如何經由妥協、讓步等方式,達成立場的一致。然而,本文亦發現,在15段爭論當中,百分之八十均以雙方相持不下的僵局收場。此外,當爭端發生時,雙方傾向於採取強硬態度,堅持己見。本文認為,談話者這種外顯的好爭好辯的書語行為,一方面反映他們彼此間關係之熟稔親密,另一方面也顯示了他們在當時談話情境中,強烈地想表現出誠摯而獨立的自我形象。
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