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Title: 日本語の前置き表現に関する一考察 : 会話文と投書の比較を通して
Other Titles: Japanese Prefaced Expressions : A Comparison between Dialogues and Letters to the Editor
Authors: 陳, 臻渝
Author's alias: Chin, Shinyu
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2007
Publisher: 大阪府立大学大学院人間社会学研究科
Citation: 人間社会学研究集録. 2006, 2, p.67-80
Abstract: This paper focuses on the differences between the prefaced expressions used in dialogues and readers' letters to newspaper editors. Based on research, we found the following differences. First, considering the use or non-use of prefaced expressions, it is obvious that many kinds of such expressions are used in dialogues, regardless of the status of the participants or the context of the communication. However, in letters to the editor, there are no prefaced expressions of apology or explanation. Second, after counting the number of prefaced expressions used, we found that those phrases expressing consideration (or care, respect, attention, etc.) for the addressee appear more frequently in dialogues than in letters. By contrast, the frequency of use of phrases expressing communication context is lower in dialogues than in letters.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/9661
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