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IJLLL 2023 Vol.9(5): 343-349
DOI: 10.18178/IJLLL.2023.9.5.429

An Investigative Study on Impoliteness Pragmatics in Kinship Conversation during Chinese New Year

Wang Ge

Abstract—In recent years, verbal offence and impoliteness in interaction have become a hotspot in pragmatics. In Chinese culture context, this paper discusses the pragmatic analysis mode of chatting discourse in the Chinese New Year and the factors that affect the choice of response modes under the constraints of Chinese seniority from the perspective of interpersonal pragmatics. Through the analysis of questionnaires in Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), this paper found that the family conversation during the Spring Festival caused widespread discussion and became a social phenomenon worthy of attention. The younger generation had a negative emotional tendency towards it, and the expression of the questioner was the key influencing factor. Different questioning methods had significant differences.

Index Terms—Interpersonal pragmatics, impoliteness, pragmatic analysis modal, parameter inspection

Wang Ge is with College of Foreign Studies, Guilin University of Technology, Guilin, Guangxi 541004 China. E-mail: wangge20212021@163.com

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Cite: Wang Ge, "An Investigative Study on Impoliteness Pragmatics in Kinship Conversation during Chinese New Year," International Journal of Languages, Literature and Linguistics vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 343-349, 2023.

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