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Title: 한국어 증거성 표지의 담화화용적 기능: 혼잣말의 쓰임을 중심으로
Authors: 陳冠超
Contributors: 韓文系
Date: 2015-06
Issue Date: 2020-06-29 09:36:07 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to investigate the Korean evidentials and explore through the evidentials how speakers express the features of their communicational intention in their private speech. During the process of using evidentials, Korean speakers not simply express the information source, but also convey a variety of pragmatic functions. The pragmatic functions are frequently found in the phenomenon of private speeches. This research explores these features by Korea drama corpus, and finds that private speeches are not speaker’s meaningless murmurs but private speeches are related to different aspects such as speaker’s cognitive function and factors of discourse contexts. Based on whether there are hearers or not, the thesis firstly divides private speeches into communicational and non-communicational, and then investigate the various features of private speeches from the aspects of "attribute of information", "speaker’s emotions", and "topic of dialogues". Above all, due to the meaning of evidentials, private speeches are found to indicate the pragmatic functions of binary opposition. In the communicational private speeches, the attribute of information can be divided into the request for information and the provision of evidence and speaker’s emotions can be classified into outlet for the emotions and empathy of the emotions. The topic of dialogues includes introducing a new topic and changing a topic. In the non-communicational private speeches, the attribute of information can be classified into memory recall and self-persuasion, and speaker’s emotions also can be divided into outlet for the emotions and empathy of the emotions
Relation: 한국어 의미학, Vol.48, pp.79-114
Data Type: article
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