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Title: Issues and Negotiations of Taiwanese Students' Email Communication: Implications for Teaching Online L2 Writing
Authors: Liu, Yichun
劉怡君
Contributors: 外文中心
Keywords: computer assistant language learning (CALL);email communication;L2 writing;negotiation strategies
Date: 2011
Issue Date: 2015-09-02 15:43:24 (UTC+8)
Abstract: A qualitative study was conducted to investigate Taiwanese students' negotiations when communicating with native English-speaking students via email. The findings showed that Taiwanese students strove to negotiate four issues to maintain cross-cultural communication-power, writing style, social distance and rhetoric. Focusing on the Taiwanese students, the study identifies discursive and non-discursive strategies used by these students in dealing with the four issues that they encountered during their email communication.
Relation: English Teaching & Learning, 35(3), 89-128
Data Type: article
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