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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Psychology" / 2019 № 3.


V.A. Afinogenova

FUNCTIONING OF ILLOCUTIONARY MECHANISM IN SPEECH INTERACTION. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2019, no. 3, pp. 107-118.


UDC Index: 159.9.075

Date of publication: 24.09.2019 Page: 107 - 118

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This research was associated with illocutionary mechanism which determines the necessity of a special type replica in reply to the interlocutor’s replica. 15 children aged 4 to 5 years from one and the same kindergarten group participated in the research. 10 dialogues, with total amount of 591 replicas, were analyzed. The study shows that illocutive dependent replicas dominate in children’s dialogues. Confusion of illocutionary mechanism is connected with the appearance of illocutive independent replicas. The research resulted in new data about the illocutionary mechanism. The models of “verbal-nonverbal” interaction were also described in this study.

Key words

speech interaction, child’s discourse, intent-analysis, illocutionary mechanism, models of “verbal-nonverbal” interaction, illocutive dependent and independent replicas

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