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|標題:||兩性拒絕行為的比較研究:以臺南市為例||作者:||高婉瑜||關鍵字:||拒絕;Refusal;言語行為;性別;威脅面子行為;語境;Speech act;Gender;Face-threatening act;Context||出版社:||臺中市：國立中興大學文學院||Project:||興大人文學報, Volume 42, Page(s) 143-170.||摘要:||
The purpose of this study is to observe the refusal behaviors and differences between the male and female from a great distance. The researcher collected refusals of residents in Tainan using a telephone survey. It was found that the differences of refusals between the two groups were strategies, turn-construction transition, and methods. When a stranger telephoned, male and female refusal was usually an interruption. When strategies and methods were considered, females were usually more polite than males. Females relaxed the speaking circumstance with specific reasons, apologies, and a repeated-indirect method. Many males were also polite, but their strategy was a general reason. Over 25 percent of the males defended the right to speaking with the single-indirect method.
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