The Resource Power and Politeness in Action : Disagreements in Oral Communication, (electronic resource)

Power and Politeness in Action : Disagreements in Oral Communication, (electronic resource)

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Power and Politeness in Action : Disagreements in Oral Communication
Title
Power and Politeness in Action
Title remainder
Disagreements in Oral Communication
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
This study investigates the interface of power and politeness in the realization of disagreements in naturalistic language data. Power and politeness are important phenomena in face-to-face interaction. Disagreement is an arena in which these two key concepts are likely to be observed together. Both disagreement and the exercise of power entail a conflict. At the same time, conflict will often be softened by the display of politeness. The material for analysis comes from three different contexts: (1) a sociable argument in an informal, supportive, and interactive family setting; (2) a business
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Cataloging source
AU-PeEL
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Locher, Miriam A
Dewey number
  • 302.2242
  • 808.51
Language note
English
LC call number
  • P95.L63 20
  • PN4121 .P384 2004
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Language, Power and Social Process LPSP
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  • Debates and debating
  • Etiquette
  • Oral communication
  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Oral communication
  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Etiquette
  • Debates and debating
  • Journalism & Communications
  • Communication & Mass Media
Label
Power and Politeness in Action : Disagreements in Oral Communication, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Transcription conventions; Figures and tables; Chapter 1 Introduction; Part I Theory I; Chapter 2 Power; 1. Introduction; 2. Food for thought: An example to start with; 3. Dahl's one-dimensional approach to power: Power in observable change of behavior only; 4. Bachrach and Baratz's two-dimensional approach to power: Conflict and non-decisions; 5. Lukes' three-dimensional approach to power: The notion of interest; 6. Watts: Freedom of action and the exercise of power; 7. The relational and dynamic dimension of power; 8. Wartenberg: Action-alternatives and action-restriction
  • 9. Power and social networks: The place where power is negotiated10. Power and status; 11. Power and language; 12. Summary: A checklist for the nature and the exercise of power; 13. Example (6) revisited; Chapter 3 Communication and relational work; 1. Introduction; 2. The notion of context and frame; 3. Transactional and interactional discourse: The content and relational aspects of an utterance; 4. Face; 5. Face-threatening acts in example (6); 6. Summary; Chapter 4 Politeness; 1. Introduction; 2. Overview of politeness research
  • 2.1. Politeness expressed in maxims: Leech's Politeness Principle2.2. Brown and Levinson's ""face-saving"" politeness theory; 2.3. Politeness as norm; 2.4. Politeness as marked surplus; 2.5. The pro-social/involvement aspect of politeness; 2.6. Summary; 3. Towards a definition of politeness; 3.1. Relevance Theory; 3.2. Markedness and norms; 3.3. Markedness, formality and friendliness; 3.4. A definition of politeness; Part II Theory II; Chapter 5 Disagreement; 1. Why disagreement?; 2. Possibilities for the realization of disagreement, exemplified with The Argument; 2.1. Preliminary comments
  • 2.2. Material: The Dinner and The Argument2.3. Content summary of The Argument; 2.4. How disagreement was expressed during The Argument; 2.4.1. The use of hedges to mitigate disagreement; 2.4.1.1. The use of well; 2.4.1.2. The occurrence of just; 2.4.1.3. The use of uhm and uh; 2.4.1.4. The function of I think; 2.4.1.5. The use of I don't know; 2.4.2. Giving personally or emotionally colored reasons for disagreeing; 2.4.3. The use of the modal auxiliaries; 2.4.4. Shifting responsibility; 2.4.5. Objections in the form of a question; 2.4.6. The use of but
  • 2.4.7. The function of repetition of an utterance by the next or the same speaker2.4.8. Non-mitigating disagreement strategies; 2.4.9. Non-mitigating versus mitigating disagreement strategies: A summary; 3. Conclusion: Possibilities for the realization of disagreement; Part III The interface of power and politeness in disagreements; Chapter 6 A sociable argument during a dinner among family and friends; 1. Introduction; 2. The dynamics of The Argument; 2.1. EN 1: The basic question put forward; 2.2. EN 2: The Study: First introduction and refusal; 2.3. EN 3: The Study: Steven's point of view
  • 2.4. EN 4: The Study: Further explanation
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (384 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9783110926552
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000250340
  • (EBL)935286
  • (OCoLC)823748170
  • (SSID)ssj0000560119
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11382742
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000560119
  • (PQKBWorkID)10569142
  • (PQKB)11694090
  • (WaSeSS)Ind00014084
  • (EXLCZ)992670000000250340
Label
Power and Politeness in Action : Disagreements in Oral Communication, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Transcription conventions; Figures and tables; Chapter 1 Introduction; Part I Theory I; Chapter 2 Power; 1. Introduction; 2. Food for thought: An example to start with; 3. Dahl's one-dimensional approach to power: Power in observable change of behavior only; 4. Bachrach and Baratz's two-dimensional approach to power: Conflict and non-decisions; 5. Lukes' three-dimensional approach to power: The notion of interest; 6. Watts: Freedom of action and the exercise of power; 7. The relational and dynamic dimension of power; 8. Wartenberg: Action-alternatives and action-restriction
  • 9. Power and social networks: The place where power is negotiated10. Power and status; 11. Power and language; 12. Summary: A checklist for the nature and the exercise of power; 13. Example (6) revisited; Chapter 3 Communication and relational work; 1. Introduction; 2. The notion of context and frame; 3. Transactional and interactional discourse: The content and relational aspects of an utterance; 4. Face; 5. Face-threatening acts in example (6); 6. Summary; Chapter 4 Politeness; 1. Introduction; 2. Overview of politeness research
  • 2.1. Politeness expressed in maxims: Leech's Politeness Principle2.2. Brown and Levinson's ""face-saving"" politeness theory; 2.3. Politeness as norm; 2.4. Politeness as marked surplus; 2.5. The pro-social/involvement aspect of politeness; 2.6. Summary; 3. Towards a definition of politeness; 3.1. Relevance Theory; 3.2. Markedness and norms; 3.3. Markedness, formality and friendliness; 3.4. A definition of politeness; Part II Theory II; Chapter 5 Disagreement; 1. Why disagreement?; 2. Possibilities for the realization of disagreement, exemplified with The Argument; 2.1. Preliminary comments
  • 2.2. Material: The Dinner and The Argument2.3. Content summary of The Argument; 2.4. How disagreement was expressed during The Argument; 2.4.1. The use of hedges to mitigate disagreement; 2.4.1.1. The use of well; 2.4.1.2. The occurrence of just; 2.4.1.3. The use of uhm and uh; 2.4.1.4. The function of I think; 2.4.1.5. The use of I don't know; 2.4.2. Giving personally or emotionally colored reasons for disagreeing; 2.4.3. The use of the modal auxiliaries; 2.4.4. Shifting responsibility; 2.4.5. Objections in the form of a question; 2.4.6. The use of but
  • 2.4.7. The function of repetition of an utterance by the next or the same speaker2.4.8. Non-mitigating disagreement strategies; 2.4.9. Non-mitigating versus mitigating disagreement strategies: A summary; 3. Conclusion: Possibilities for the realization of disagreement; Part III The interface of power and politeness in disagreements; Chapter 6 A sociable argument during a dinner among family and friends; 1. Introduction; 2. The dynamics of The Argument; 2.1. EN 1: The basic question put forward; 2.2. EN 2: The Study: First introduction and refusal; 2.3. EN 3: The Study: Steven's point of view
  • 2.4. EN 4: The Study: Further explanation
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (384 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9783110926552
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000250340
  • (EBL)935286
  • (OCoLC)823748170
  • (SSID)ssj0000560119
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11382742
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000560119
  • (PQKBWorkID)10569142
  • (PQKB)11694090
  • (WaSeSS)Ind00014084
  • (EXLCZ)992670000000250340

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