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《Journal of Foreign Languages》 2017-06
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An Interpersonal Pragmatic Account of Professional Identity Construction in Debating Discourse

LI Chengtuan;RAN Yongping;School of English and Education,Guangdong University of Foreign Studies;Center for Linguistics & Applied Linguistics,Guangdong University of Foreign Studies;  
This study explores self-professional identity construction via other-identity deconstruction in Chinese televised debating discourse from the perspective of interpersonal pragmatics.Based on the analysis of competitive context of the data collected from Tiger Talk,this study applies Indexicality Principle,Positionality Principle,and Relationality Principle to probe into professional identity construction.With the aim to construct the mechanism for self-professional identity construction via other-identity deconstruction,it finds that interpersonal relations,attitudes/emotions and evaluations are the constitutive element,motivating factor and effect of professional identity construction respectively.This study offers implications and directions for investigating identity construction from the perspective of interpersonal pragmatics.
【Fund】: 教育部人文社科重点研究基地重大项目“人际语用能力研究”(16JJD740007);; 广东外语外贸大学外国语言学及应用语言学研究中心项目
【CateGory Index】: H030
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