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Title: Smiling and teasing as strategies masking anger among French and Australian cultural groups
Authors: Mrowa-Hopkins, Colette Marie
Strambi, Antonella
Keywords: Colette Mrowa-Hopkins
Antonella Strambi
research
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme de Montpellier: Montpellier, France.
Citation: Mrowa-Hopkins, Colette and Strambi, Antonella 2007. Smiling and teasing as strategies masking anger among French and Australian cultural groups.In "Les enjeux de la communication interculturelle: Compétence linguistique, compétence pragmatique, valeurs culturelles, 5-7 Juillet 2007", Maison des Sciences de l'Homme de Montpellier: Montpellier, France. Online: www.msh-m.fr/article.php3?id_article=864
Abstract: This paper reports on an ongoing project that is concerned with the interpretation and processing of emotion in communication, particularly anger, within an interactional dynamics perspective (Holtgraves, 1990). In a previous publication (Strambi & Mrowa 2007), we presented an analytical model and some preliminary analyses of ‘processing’ strategies for managing the communication of anger among friends across three cultural groups: Anglo-Australian, French and Italian. In this paper, we are presenting further elaborations on this model, and analyses from a non-verbal perspective of how smiling and teasing function in the construction and negotiation of anger scenarios among French and Anglo-Australian groups.
URI: http://www.msh-m.fr/article.php3?id_article=864
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