Chapter 6 terms

Chapter 6 terms - Chapter6:FaceSaving Lien:havingintegrity

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Chapter 6: Face-Saving Lien:  having integrity  Mein-Tzu:  having social resources such as wealth and power Politeness theory:  conceives of face as something that can be lost, maintained, or enhanced  and must constantly be attended to in interactions. Positive Face:  a person’s desire to acquire the approval of others Negative Face: one’s desire for autonomy or to not be imposed on by others Face-threatening act:  composed of 5 general strategies to be performed Avoid:  speaker makes no request Going off record:  stating a request indirectly or implicitly Negative Politeness:  strategy used by making a threat to the speakers negative face by  giving an autonomy Positive Politeness:  speaker  performs with attention to positive face; they want of  approval Bald on-record:  least polite with no attempt to please others face wants Fellowship Face: 
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Chapter 6 terms - Chapter6:FaceSaving Lien:havingintegrity

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