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Distributing responsibility ¡ Fracturing the role of the Speaker ¡ Quoting proverbs l ((Didi’s older sister spanks him after he has misbehaved)) l Researcher:  Chen huo da jie. ‘To loot when the house is on fire.’  ((e.g. ‘to take advantage of someone when he is in crisis’)) ¡ The royal “we”: “We are not too hungry  today are we?”
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Hearers ¡ Speaker ¡ Addressee: The person to whom the talk is  addressed ¡ Unratified overhearers (eavesdroppers  /bystanders) ¡ Ratified overhearers: persons who are not  addressed by the talk, but who speakers are 
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Triadic interactions Karen Sharon Mark Mark:  “Karen and I are having a  fight.  (0.4) After she  went out  with Keith, and  not with me”  Ruth:   Ha ha ha Karen:  Well, Mark, you never asked  me out   ( speaker)   ( addressee)   ( ratified overhearer) Other examples of triadic interactions? 
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