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Title: Emotion communication and language socialisation. [abstract].
Authors: Mrowa-Hopkins, Colette Marie
Strambi, Antonella
Keywords: research
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: In this paper, we wish to discuss ways in which cross-cultural pragmatics research can contribute to a language socialisation perspective in second language teaching and learning. We provide some background to our research project on the study of self-disclosure and negative emotion communication among three cultural groups, drawing on data collected in Anglo-Australian, French and Italian films. Our project involved the elaboration of a model of the cultural script of anger display in interactions involving male friends, and the observation and analysis of non-verbal responses based on a small corpus.
Description: Colette Mrowa-Hopkins, Antonella Strambi, social knowledge, non-verbal expression, teachers, students, learners
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1519
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