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日本語を非母語とする日本学習者が書いたお礼の手紙の考察

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Abstract


  • This study explores how linguistic resources in Japanese thank-you letters enact

    interpersonal values using the Appraisal framework (Martin and White, 2005;

    White, 2001, 2002). The focus of this study is attitudinal accounts within the

    Appraisal framework. Although the original framework has been widely applied to

    English texts (Hood, 2004 etc.), it has not yet been applied to Japanese texts. The

    Japanese system of ATTITUDE has recently been developed based on an extensive

    analysis of evaluative expressions in the IWANAMI Japanese Dictionary, the

    Balanced Corpus of Contemporary Written Japanese, and the Japanese Database of

    Individual Patient Experiences (Sano, 2011a). The data in this study comprise 11

    letters written by intermediate level non-native speakers of Japanese. They were

    asked to write a thank-you letter to their host family to express their gratitude for

    their visit. Attitudinal resources in these letters will be identified and discussed.

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  • 2013

Citation


  • Mizusawa, Y. & Ward, R. G. (2013). 日本語を非母語とする日本学習者が書いたお礼の手紙の考察. 日本機能言語学会第20回全国大会要綱 (pp. 47-56). Japan: Japan Association of Systemic Functional Linguistics.

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  • 47

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  • 56

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  • http://www.jasfl.jp/proceedings.html

Abstract


  • This study explores how linguistic resources in Japanese thank-you letters enact

    interpersonal values using the Appraisal framework (Martin and White, 2005;

    White, 2001, 2002). The focus of this study is attitudinal accounts within the

    Appraisal framework. Although the original framework has been widely applied to

    English texts (Hood, 2004 etc.), it has not yet been applied to Japanese texts. The

    Japanese system of ATTITUDE has recently been developed based on an extensive

    analysis of evaluative expressions in the IWANAMI Japanese Dictionary, the

    Balanced Corpus of Contemporary Written Japanese, and the Japanese Database of

    Individual Patient Experiences (Sano, 2011a). The data in this study comprise 11

    letters written by intermediate level non-native speakers of Japanese. They were

    asked to write a thank-you letter to their host family to express their gratitude for

    their visit. Attitudinal resources in these letters will be identified and discussed.

UOW Authors


Publication Date


  • 2013

Citation


  • Mizusawa, Y. & Ward, R. G. (2013). 日本語を非母語とする日本学習者が書いたお礼の手紙の考察. 日本機能言語学会第20回全国大会要綱 (pp. 47-56). Japan: Japan Association of Systemic Functional Linguistics.

Ro Full-text Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2202&context=lhapapers

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/1197

Start Page


  • 47

End Page


  • 56

Place Of Publication


  • http://www.jasfl.jp/proceedings.html