The aim of the research is to define face saving strategies and tactics in Modern English discourse and to reveal their realization during communication; the. identify face-saving tactics from the literature and (2) evaluate the importance of the Facework is a collection of the communicative strategies to enact self-face. Our communication with others can support their identity (the face the persons wants to present). This behavior is known as face support or face saving.
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InMiroslav Sirota face saving strategy Marie Juanchich conducted a study on uncertainty communication with negative outcomes. The authors suggest "First, speakers making a prediction may intend not only to inform about a probability level, but also to manage the hearer's faces or their own Face saving strategy, speakers perform face-managing intentions by altering e.
Thus, politeness theory posits that speakers use uncertainty quantifiers to pursue informative intentions and also to sugar-coat threatening news to manage the hearers' or their own faces.
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"You're out of your mind!": Humor as a face-saving strategy during neuropsychological examinations.
He now uses different strategies and realized that with sensitive information tact must be used, but also that the patient must be aware of the true probability of negative outcome.
Many doctors, he argues, do not find that balance and tend to hedge information, "More than forty percent of oncologists withhold a prognosis from a patient if he or she does not ask for it or if the family requests that the patient not be told.
A similar number speak in euphemismsskirting the truth. Sociological variables[ edit ] Three sociological factors affect the choice of politeness strategy and the seriousness of the face threatening action, social distance between speaker and listener, the power difference face saving strategy the speaker face saving strategy listener, and the seriousness of the face threat.
Different acts may be seen as face-threatening or non-face threatening depending on the social distance between speaker and listener Example: We may use less elaborate positive strategies or we may choose to use positive rather than negative politeness when speaking with family rather than a stranger Power relations between parties asymmetric relation We are inclined to speak to our social equals differently than those whose status is higher or lower than our own in a given situation.
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Humor as a face-saving strategy during neuropsychological examinations. When an individual feels threatened they may make threats of their own, face saving strategy away, or become apathetic—but all usually get angry.
Experiments show that people, given a chance, retaliate against the person who attacks their ego. The more critical the attack, the less information the face-saver communicates.