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East Asian Pragmatics

各位专家/同仁,好消息!由中国逻辑学会语用学专业委员会(CPrA)会长/南京大学陈新仁教授与匈牙利科学院Daniel Z. Kádár教授联合创办并共同担任主编的国际学术期刊——East Asian Pragmatics(EAP)(<东亚语用学>)目前已正式被SCOPUS收录.本刊由英国Equinox Publishing Ltd编辑/出版,纸质版刊号是ISSN 2055-7752,网络版刊号是ISSN 2055-7760,于每年5月/11月出版,本刊目前已进入 ERIH PLUS/ MLA International Bibliography/SCOPUS (from 2018) 多 家检索系统.

感谢大家长期的支持和关爱,欢迎引用本刊并惠赐稿件!我们将继续努力,办一份既属于中国又属于世界的优秀刊物,早日进入Ssci和A&HCI,为大家创造和保持一个良好的国际学术交流平台!

本期主要介绍2018年第3卷第2期的目录及摘要.

期刊宗旨

East Asian Pragmatics的创刊宗旨是增进对亚洲文化背景下语言使用与人际互动的理解,既关注宏观的国家层面的文化,又关注诸如民族地区/实践社区/关系网络等地方性文化.同时,通过聚焦来自东亚国家或地区的语用语料,对语用学学科的理论建构做出贡献.该刊期望能为东亚语用学研究者与西方研究者的学术交流搭建一个合适的沟通平台.为此,该刊约请了一批来自东西方语用学学界的知名学者担任编委.特别是,国际语用学协会秘书长/比利时安特卫普大学Jef Verschueren教授和美国夏威夷大学Haruko Cook教授担任本刊的顾问编辑.

编委会

Editorial Board

Editors

Xinren Chen, Nanjing University, China

Dániel Z Kádár, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Advisory Editors

Haruko Cook, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, United States

Jef Verschueren, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Reviews Editor

Yasuko Obana, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

Editorial Board

Rong Chen, California State University, San Bernardino, United States

Yuanshan Chen, National Chin-Yi University of Technology, NCUT, Taiwan

Winnie Cheng, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Yueguo Gu, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China

Ziran He, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Michael Haugh, University of Queensland, Australia

Takuo Hayashi, Momoyama Gakuin University, Japan

Gang He, East China Normal University, China

Agnes Weiyun He, Stony Brook University, United States

Patrick Heinrich, Ca'Foscari University, Venice, Italy

Sachiko Ide, Japan Women's University, Japan

Istvan Kecskes, State University of New York, United States

Alan Hyun-Oak Kim, University of Illinois at Carbondale, United States

Jong-Hyun Kim, Cheongju National University of Education, Republic of Korea

Sungborn Lee, Sogang University, Republic of Korea

Cher Leng Lee, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Renia Lopez, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

LuMing Mao, Miami University, United States

Yoshiko Matsumoto, Stanford University, United States

Jun Ohashi, University of Melbourne, Australia

Jim O'Driscoll, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Shigeko Okamoto, University of California Santa Cruz, United States

Yuling Pan, US Census Bureau, United States

Barbara Pizziconi, SOAS, United Kingdom

Yongping Ran, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Victoria Rau, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

Wei Ren, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

Helen Spencer-Oatey, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Zhang Wei, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Olga Zayts, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Doreen D. Wu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

★ 2018年第3卷第2期目录及摘要 ★

01

Did Becky really need to apologise? Intercultural evaluations of politeness

Emi Okano, Lucien Brown

Issued Date: 31 Aug 2018

Abstract:

This study analyses a public apology made in 2016 by Becky, an Anglo-Japanese tarento 'celebrity', for her romantic involvement with a married man, musician Enon Kawatani. Adopting an integrative pragmatics perspective, we analyse the pragmatic acts Becky used to perform her apology, including culture-specific nonverbal behaviours indexing deference. We then look at how the apology was dynamically evaluated in naturally occurring discourse in Japanese and British Computer Mediated Communication (CMC). The analysis shows that culture-specific moral orders rendered Becky's apology necessary in the Japanese context, but that these norms were not shared by the British audience. The Japanese and British CMC participants utilised national identity as resources for negotiating their contrasting moral orders. We show how CMC participants assign significance to the (im)politeness-related behaviour to which they were exposed and how they performed (im)politeness through threatening national identities.

 

02

A cross-cultural analysis of celebrity practice in microblogging

Min Zhang, Doreen D. Wu

Issued Date: 31 Aug 2018

Abstract

This study attempts to explore how celebrities manage rapport with followers through an array of speech acts in microblogging - the essential building blocks of virtual identity on social media. Six months of postings of eight of the most-followed Twitter and Weibo celebrities from USA and China were retrieved and analysed. A taxonomy of nine speech acts for rapport management was identified to give a categorised descriptive snapshot of celebrities' microblogging discourse.The results revealed that the celebrities from both countries employ self-disclosing speech acts extensively to report events, anecdotes, or initiate small talk with fans for solidarity building. In addition, the attention fostered by the personalised, affective, and eye-catching self-disclosure posts is frequently directed to the posts promoting their professional activities or products to commercialise the solidarity as much needed for maintaining a strong fan base. In general, the celebrity practices in USA and China display a converging trend as the prevalent speech acts are largely overlapping across cultures, while culture-specific microblogging behaviours were also identified from the less frequently performed speech acts.

 

03

Malefactive uses of giving/receiving expressions: The case of te-kureru in Japanese

Yasuko Obana, Michael Haugh

Issued Date: 31 Aug 2018

Abstract:

The Japanese auxiliary te-kureru ('giving to the speaker or the speaker's group member') is traditionally assumed to connote gratitude, favour or 'politeness', and thus is regarded as a benefactive. In this paper we argue that te-kureru does not inherently indicate benefaction, but rather that its occurrence, whether it is grammatically obligatory or optional, serves to intensify the speaker's affective stance towards the referent in that given context. This accounts for the way in which this auxiliary may also contribute to expressions of sarcasm, anger, contempt or retaliation. We propose that because malefaction is unfavourable to the speaker, the speaker deliberately takes a lower stance through te-kureru, making as if the other's unfavourable action was taken from a higher position, which amounts to a putting down or deliberate neglect of the speaker. We also suggest that the auxiliary remains affectively neutral if the context is neither benefactive nor malefactive in orientation.

04

Frames and interaction on the air

Hao Sun

Issued Date: 31 Aug 2018

Abstract:

Drawing on frames theory as an analytical framework, this study examines discourse interaction of a radio phone-in program in Shanghai, during which professionals specialized in psychology or a related field provide advice to audience callers by answering questions and addressing concerns on the phone. It aims to describe and analyze what frames are constructed, and how these frames are linguistically and discursively accomplished at a local level in institutional settings. Identifying three major frames (Host, Professional and Community), the author demonstrates how participants create, shift and blend frames in response to contingency of the local discoursive and interactional context. This study also underlines the benefits of incorporating multiple persepctives in examination of discoursive intearction. 

05

The acceptability of American politeness from a native and non-native comparative perspective

Yi Sun

Issued Date: 11 Sep 2018

Abstract:

This article examines the American politeness phenomena from a comparative perspective between American native speakers and intermediate- or high-level second language learners in mainland China. Both groups are invited to inspect the same ten conversations randomly elicited from the Oral Corpus of California University at San Barbara and evaluate the politeness acceptability in terms of a questionnaire. In that questionnaire, Likert scaling as a bipolar scaling method, also called summative scales, measures either positive or negative responses to a conversation in judging whether it is polite or not. With the assistance of statistical software SPSS 21, it continues to discuss the discrepant understanding of the groups towards the same politeness phenomena. It is found that all the Chinese subjects, though already intermediate- or high-level English learners for at least ten years, are somewhat weak in evaluating American politeness. There is an apparent blocking 'plateau' in their accurately interpreting politeness in naturally occurring American English conversations. The article then conducts a closed follow-up structured review to discuss why Chinese interviewees exhibit strikingly low scores in the questionnaire comparatively so as to complement the quantitative results of politeness judgment with an in-depth qualitative exploration. The main focus was in revealing the panoramic status of second-language learners' politeness acceptability, their underlying explanatory motivations, as well as possible implications for pragmatic teaching.

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