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Title: TALKING ABOUT PAST EVENTS IN CONVERSATION: AN ANALYSIS OF MANDARIN MOTHER-CHILD AND ADULT-ADULT DISCOURSE
Other Titles: 漢語母子對話和成人對話中的過去事件
Authors: Huang, Chiung-chih
黃瓊之
Contributors: 語言所
Date: 2003-07
Issue Date: 2014-01-07 17:28:41 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study explored three-year-old Mandarin-speaking children abilities to talk about past events, focusing on how past reference was maintained in mother-child conversation. For comparison, adult-adult conversation was also examined. The analysis showed that while the children relied heavily on maternal scaffolding when referring to the past, the children emerging abilities to express temporal relations also shaped the mothers’ speech in conversation. It was also found that in the children still-primitive narratives, temporality was marked mostly for local considerations rather than for an attempt to organize global structures of discourse. In contrast, in the adult-adult discourse, the analysis demonstrated how temporal and aspectual markers contributed to a greater temporal complexity.
本研究探討說漢語的三歲幼童提及過去事件的能力。研究重點在於過去時間的指涉在母子對話中的延續。同時,成人間的對話也加以分析以做比較。結果顯示雖然幼兒十分依靠母親的鷹架結構來談及過去,幼兒表達時間關係的能力也對母親的言語有所影響。另外,在幼兒簡單的敘述中,時間的表達大多只是為了局部的考量而非對總體結構加以組織。相對的,在成人的對話中,時間標記的使用增進了敘述中時間結構的複雜度。
Relation: 臺灣語言學期刊, 1(1), 121-154
Taiwan Journal of Linguistics, 1(1), 121-154
Data Type: article
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