Request PDF on ResearchGate | Impoliteness in interaction | This study concerns the nature of impoliteness in face-to-face spoken interaction. study of impoliteness in its own right. As the first full-length monograph on this topic,. Derek Bousfield’s “Impoliteness in Interaction” occupies a unique place in . Accounting for the multifunctionality of impoliteness in polylogal interaction allows for an understanding of impoliteness as constitutive, not just disruptive.
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Imagine a situation in which a imppoliteness comes out of a store following a not-so-quick visit to pick up a prescription and sees a parking enforcement officer putting a boot on her car. Two other impolite-likely situations are also foci: Using analysis of transcribed exchanges from these three types of situations, Bousfield develops a context-grounded theory of impoliteness.
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