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Published by John Benjamins Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Chinese language -- Particles.,
  • Conversation analysis.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Other titlesConversation analysis of Mandarin final particles
StatementRuey-Jiuan Regina Wu.
SeriesPragmatics & beyond,, new ser. 117
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL1237 .W78 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 258 p. :
Number of Pages258
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3691519M
ISBN 101588114538
LC Control Number2003062593

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Jun 22,  · Guided by the methodology of conversation analysis (CA), this book explores how participants in Mandarin conversation display stance in the unfolding development of action and interaction, and, in particular, how this is accomplished through the use of two Mandarin final eduevazquez.com: E-Book. eduevazquez.com is a platform for academics to share research papers. Sep 01,  · In answering the above central question, Wu intends to make three contributions through current research: to study stance in the context of Mandarin Chinese; to demonstrate how a participantoriented, action-based micro conversation-analytic approach to data can help us gain analytic leverage in exploring the functions and meanings of Mandarin final particles--a topic which . Stance in talk: a conversation analysis of Mandarin final particles Guided by the methodology of conversation analysis (CA), this book explores how participants in Mandarin conversation display stance in the unfolding development of action and interaction, and, in particular, how this is accomplished through the use of two Mandarin final particles.

In Mandarin Chinese conversation, the final particle "ba" contributes to the formation of a variety of social actions. Stance in talk: A conversation analysis of Mandarin final particles (Vol. ). John Benjamins Publishing. Mandarin sentence final particles. Wu, R. J. R. (). Initiating repair and beyond: The use of two repeat-formatted repair initiations in Mandarin conversation. Discourse Processes,41(1), Repeat format in OIR in Mandarin Chinese. While examination of other languages with the analytic stance of CA have grown (particularly in Europe), CA in Mandarin Chinese have remained relatively underdeveloped. As a small contribution to the Chinese CA community, I’ve compiled a list of references to research on Mandarin Chinese conversations, or more generally, Chinese talk-in-interaction (with a stronger emphasis on . May 24,  · This chapter examines three particles that have epistemic functions in English and Mandarin: turn-initial ‘oh’ in English, turn-initial ‘ou’ in Mandarin, and turn-final ‘a’ in Mandarin. It is argued that while ou and oh converge in registering a ‘change .

Nov 12,  · Clausal integration and the emergence of mitigative and adhortative sentence-final particles in Chinese. Taiwan Journal of Linguistics, 8(2), 63– Yau, S. ().Author: Ricardo Moutinho, Weng I Lao. Apr 29,  · The writer analyzes conversation styles and language functions that are used by the main characters in Donald Duck Walt Disney comic who are Donald Duck and his nephews (Kwik, Kwek, and Kwak). Qualitative research method is used in this because the data analyzed are in the forms of words rather than numbers. (). Are you listening? Cultural influences on the use of supportive verbal feedback in conversation. (). Zhong Guo Xian Dai Yu Fa [Contemporary Chinese Grammar]. Beijing: Shangwu Yinshu Guan. (). Stance in Talk: A Conversation Analysis of Mandarin Final Particles. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins eduevazquez.com: 張妙霞. The analysis of tags in Mandarin provides quantitative and qualitative evidence that linguistic and situational factors must be treated as variables for the analysis of prosodic strategies. 2. Tags in Mandarin conversation Syntactic structure In Mandarin, A-not-A can be formed by a verb, an adjective, or an adverb.