Although the study of cross-cultural pragmatics has gained importance in applied linguistics, there are no standard forms of assessment that might make research comparable across studies and languages. The present volume describes the process through which six forms of cross-cultural assessment were developed for second language learners of English. The models may be used for second language learners of other languages. The six forms of assessment involve two forms each of indirect discourse completion tests, oral language production, and self-assessment. The procedures involve the assessment of requests, apologies, and refusals.APPENDIX A: ITEM SPECIFICATIONS FOR OPEN-ENDED DCT APPENDIX B: EXAMPLE NS RATING PROBLEMS ... GUIDE APPENDIX K: TRAINING MANUAL FOR NATIVE SPEAKER RATERS APPENDIX L: SELF-ASSESSMENT DCTanbsp;...
|Title||:||Developing Prototypic Measures of Cross-cultural Pragmatics|
|Author||:||Thom Hudson, J. D. Brown, Emily Detmer|
|Publisher||:||Natl Foreign Lg Resource Ctr - 1995|