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Conversational dominance and gender [electronic resource] : a study of Japanese speakers in first and second language contexts / Hiroko Itakura.

By: Itakura, Hiroko.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Pragmatics & beyond: new ser. v. 89.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., c2001Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 227 p.).ISBN: 9789027298102 (electronic bk.); 9027298106 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Japanese language -- Discourse analysis | Japanese language -- Sex differences | Dominance (Psychology) | Japonais (Langue) -- Analyse du discours | Japonais (Langue) -- Diff�erences entre sexes | Dominance (Psychologie) | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- Japanese | Discourse analysis | Sekseverschillen | Dominantie | Japans | L�ingua japonesa (an�alise do discurso)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Conversational dominance and gender.DDC classification: 495.6/01/41 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Conversational Dominance and Gender; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of tables; Transcription notation; List of abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Gender, dominance and pragmatic transfer; Chapter 3 Analysing conversational dominance; Chapter 4 Empirical study; Chapter 5 Dimensions of conversational dominance; Chapter 6 Conversational dominance, styles, strategies and pragmatic transfer; Appendix 1 Topic sheet; Appendix 2 Number of turns used for quantitative analysis; References; Name index; Subject index.
Summary: This book investigates the notion of conversational dominance in depth, and seeks to establish a systematic method of analysing it. It also offers a new insight into the role of gender and the pragmatic transfer of conversational norms in the first and second language conversations among native speakers of Japanese. Drawing upon a critical synthesis of insights from several different fields, including Conversation Analysis, the Birmingham school of discourse analysis, and dialogical analysis, the author proposes an innovative analytical framework for operationalising the concept of dominance in.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [205]-220) and indexes.

Conversational Dominance and Gender; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of tables; Transcription notation; List of abbreviations; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Gender, dominance and pragmatic transfer; Chapter 3 Analysing conversational dominance; Chapter 4 Empirical study; Chapter 5 Dimensions of conversational dominance; Chapter 6 Conversational dominance, styles, strategies and pragmatic transfer; Appendix 1 Topic sheet; Appendix 2 Number of turns used for quantitative analysis; References; Name index; Subject index.

This book investigates the notion of conversational dominance in depth, and seeks to establish a systematic method of analysing it. It also offers a new insight into the role of gender and the pragmatic transfer of conversational norms in the first and second language conversations among native speakers of Japanese. Drawing upon a critical synthesis of insights from several different fields, including Conversation Analysis, the Birmingham school of discourse analysis, and dialogical analysis, the author proposes an innovative analytical framework for operationalising the concept of dominance in.

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