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Title: 中文對話中的異議現象
Disagreement in Mandarin Chinese Conversation
Authors: 林智怡
Lin, Zhi-Yi
Contributors: 李櫻
Li, Ying Cherry Dr.
林智怡
Lin, Zhi-Yi
Keywords: 異議
中文對話
語用策略
語言特徵
合作 原則
禮貌原則
性別
衝突對話
disagreement
Mandarin Chinese conversation
pragmatic strategies
linguistic features
CP
PP
gender
conflict talk
Date: 1998
Issue Date: 2016-04-27 11:13:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 國 立 政 治 大 學 研 究 所 碩 士 論 文 提 要
Abstract
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