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The Scope of Value Judgment Expression "Nakerebanaranai"

Author: LiuXueZhen
Tutor: WangShiRong
School: Hunan University
Course: Japanese Language and Literature
Keywords: Refused verbal behavior Natural Conversation Significance of the formula Face Theory Order of appearance Frequency of occurrence
CLC: H36
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2012
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The Japanese refused to previous studies of language behavior, mostly is the investigation by questionnaire and cosplay to carry out, and the material for the study of natural conversation analysis of refusing language behavior does not see more. This paper is based on the request rejected language behavior, select more close to daily practice session script drama as the object of analysis, some daily life scenes more since 2005 the Japanese TV dramas were collected in family members of the community elders and social young people the three occasions refused to express all 40. One, from the face theory and formula of the two aspects of different occasions refused to language behavior in order of appearance and formula were compared and analyzed the frequency. In addition, according to the difference of gender on the significance of language behavior in the use of formula to tendency was also discussed. Through the investigation, this paper draws the following conclusions. From the emergence of language behavior to sequence and analyze frequency data, we can see that the Japanese refused to family members and social young people's request, generally do not consider each other's face, which tend to use "can't", "withdrawal", "blame" formula to maintain their own negative face. In the face of the community elders request, will be in the account of each other's positive face at the same time, will also take into account his negative face, so compared with family members and social young people use more "reason" and "apology" to refuse. From the view of gender difference between men and women, men and women use at most is "justified" this formula. In addition, reject the other male relative will often "can not" and "blame", while women use more "avoidance" and "apology" means to refuse. Thus it can be seen, men generally uses more direct refusal to maintain their own negative face, women tend to take a more euphemistic expressions to reject.

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