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    Title: Language and Politics: How Politicians Respond to Questions in Political Communication
    Authors: Cheng-Wen Lin
    Contributors: 人文社會教育中心
    Keywords: Political communication
    Face-threatening acts
    Date: 2000
    Issue Date: 2010-03-22 11:23:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: To unvestigate the popular belief that indirectness is a distinctive strategy frequently employed by political communication,this study aims to see how politicians respond to questions in the course of relating to potential face-threatening acts or politically risky issues,based on Chung Hsing Securities Case during the 2000 presidential election in Taiwan. I apply Bull & Mayer,s(1993) typology for identifying replies or non-replies to question. In addition, this study must also give proper weight to the varying social conventuons of the relevant cultures in order to yield a considerable understandung of the language behavior of politicians in political communication.
    Relation: 嘉南學報 26 :p.313-322
    Appears in Collections:[Chna Nan Annual Bulletin] Vol.26 (2000)
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