From Teachers’ Minds to Speakers’ Minds in the Applications to Psychology and Philosophy, Connected to Sociolinguistics in the Ways of Interactions for Better Relationships to Make Parts of Narratives

Eri Kondo


This paper is focused on discourse analyses that give us an insight that there is a cultural difference in showing empathy in dialogues from the issue of sociolinguistics. It would be based on further investigations and promotions to learn actual interactions as usages of languages, which is connected to a problem of bilingualism. The way to construct a conversation well shows a cultural view to give empathy in dialogues. This paper reveals the discourse frames in Japanese and American dialogues, related to frames of self of we”, you”, and I”. It is significant for us to notice that these frames appear in expressions and discourse structures as speakers and hearers. It puts forward an investigation of ways with which people interact.

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