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|Title:||会话分析研究 ：‘确认型重复’作为话轮转换的互动会话功能 = Conversation analysis : ‘confirming allusions by repeating’ as a communicative function during turn-taking||Authors:||黄丹翎 Ng, Dan Ling||Keywords:||DRNTU::Humanities::Language::Chinese||Issue Date:||2019||Abstract:||话轮转换研究是会话分析中的核心问题。在日常会话中，我们以各式各样的形式作为话轮转换的互动会话工能向对方套话，获取信息。 本文将探讨的是在两人会话的情况下，受话者如何以‘确认型重复’的形式，通过重复发话者的话语作为话轮转换的互动会话工能，向发话者套话并获取想得知的信息。例如：受话者以‘确认型重复’寻求其话语信息内容的确定性、或促使对方修补其话语的信息内容。 研究结果显示，医生与病患或病患家属的会话中频繁出现受话者重复发话者话语的现象，说明了这种‘确认型重复’的互动会话功能是有助于向对方套话并获取信息的，尤其是对于诊疗室内的医生与病患或病患家属的会话，更是有助于理解病情和医疗方法。 Turn-taking research is a core issue in conversation analysis. In our daily conversations, there are various ways in designing our turns as communicative functions during turn-taking in order to get required information from each other. This study will explore how in a two-person conversation, the recipient is able to get the information he/she wants by repeating prior utterance of the speaker in his/her turn as a communicative function. For example, the recipient can seek accuracy and affirmation of the information provided by the speaker, or, the recipient can prompt the speaker to repair the information he/she has provided by repeating prior utterance of the speaker which contains the respective information. Results of this study show that the phenomenon of recipient repeating speaker’s prior utterance appears frequently in doctor-patient/patient’s family member conversations, indicating that the communicative function of recipient repeating speaker’s prior utterance during turn-taking is helpful for obtaining information from the speaker (confirming allusions by repeating). This is especially so between doctor-patient/patient’s family member conversations in a clinical setting, when there is a need for doctors to understand patients’ condition as well as patients to readily accept treatment suggested by doctors after diagnosis.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10356/76506||Rights:||Nanyang Technological University||Fulltext Permission:||restricted||Fulltext Availability:||With Fulltext|
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