STRATEGII ALE POLITEŢII ÎN DISCURSUL DRAMATIC BASARABEAN

Ina DRIGA

Abstract


We intend to follow in our work the strategies that define both negative and positive politeness in modern Bessarabian dramatical texts. We will analyze the strategies of politeness used by the dramatical work Plasatoarele, by the Bessarabian author Constantin Cheianu, who formed the proper working corpus.The pragmatic concept of politeness far exceeds the sphere of the current understanding of this term. Typically being polite means to comply with certain rules of behavior that traditionally operate in a given community. The pragmatic concept of politeness exceeds far beyond current understanding of the term.  Pragmatic, being polite is to always keep in mind the other, to have a sense of responsibility to colocutor round of verbal interaction.Being non-aggressive, positive politeness works polarly toward negative politeness, while negative politeness pursues the litholization of unpolitical behaviors, positive politeness leads to hyperbolism of polite behaviors and guides the interpersonal relationship.

Keywords


negative politeness, positive politeness, pragmatics, strategies argumentative, speech dramatic

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Surse:

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