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Grounded in naturally-occurring language data and drawing on findings from linguistic pragmatics and social psychology, Jonathan Culpeper. Politeness and Impoliteness Jonathan Culpeper (Lancaster University) 1. Introduction Thirty or so years ago politeness was a specialist, even somewhat. Impoliteness strategies. Jonathan Culpeper. Uploaded by. Jonathan Culpeper. Loading Preview. Sorry, preview is currently unavailable. You can download the .

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Like the superstrategies, the output strategies for positive and negative politeness are not linked to any clear underlying dimension of politeness.

General principles and individual differences. Mills, Sara Gender and Politeness. They are relatively abstract. When is language considered ‘impolite’? Goffman, Erving Interaction ritual. We have already seen in section 2.

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A framework for analysis. The superstrategies have proved far more problematic identifying clear, mutually exclusive examples has been particularly challenging. Labov, William Language in the Inner City: I noted in section 2. This is not to say that it is easy: Grice and Speech Act Theory e.

Exclude the other from an activity. This kind of politeness is labelled “anticipated politeness” by Frasercited in Terkourafi Terkourafi’s further contribution was to split generalised implicatures into two, a division based on the relationship with imppliteness. Account Options Sign in. Most of these characteristics are also typical of discursive approaches generally. They are mainly concerned with politeness2 approaches masquerading as politeness1 approaches, or vacillation between the two.

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Second-order politeness, on the other hand, is a theoretical construct, a term within a theory of social behaviour and language usage. What did s mean [to convey] by saying X?.

Belittle the other e. Positive face is about what you as an individual find positive; negative face is about not imposing upon you as an individual. Research on social context has now moved on, leading to paradigm shifts across the social fulpeper.

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Furthermore, the output strategies can perform other functions apart from face redress. One of the lacunae in Brown and Levinson is that they do not treat banter at all; in contrast, Leech a describes mock impoliteness within his Banter Principle: It would be the equivalent of comparing apples with oranges and concluding that they are different; whereas applying dimensions of variation e.

Lakoff notes that sometimes the need for clarity would clash with the need for politeness, as later would also Leech e. And immpoliteness about acts that simply attack face — threats, insults, put-downs, clpeper, mimicry and so on?

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Scollon and Scollon ; Craig et al ; Tracy ; Lim and Bowers argue that, because positive and negative politeness are different in type, impoliteness cannot be ranked unidimensionally. Leech a is a much more developed maxim-based approach to politeness. In the introduction to their second edition, Brown and Levinson Of course, it should be stressed that these problems, especially the first one, do not apply equally to all politeness models it does not apply, for example, to Leech a. I shall cover these aspects in the following paragraphs.

Indeed, Penelope Brown and Stephen Levinson’s book — the book that was to become so central to the area — was in fact bundled with another piece on questions and published as part im;oliteness a collection edited by Esther Goody.

Special issue of the Journal of Politeness Research 4 2. Harris, Sandra Being politically impolite: Ignore, snub the other] Don’t use crude language.