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KCI등재 학술저널

미국인 한국어 학습자의 비언어 행위의 화용적 실패에 대한 한국인의 반응 연구

A Study on Korean Native Speakers’ Acceptability to Pragmatic Failure of American Korean Learners’ Non-verbal Behaviors

The purpose of this study is to investigate Korean native speakers’ acceptability on pragmatic failure of American Korean learners’ non-verbal behaviors. Korean’s pragmatic judgement on unmarked non-verbal behaviors in USA was examined. A survey of a total of 22 Korean native speakers was conducted. Each questionnaire item consisted of a 6-point Likert scale and an open-ended question, and the responses were analysed in SPSS 26.0 and Nvivo 12 Pro. The results indicate that Korean speakers’ pragmatic acceptability was varied in all 6 situations according to the difference of non-verbal behaviors, and also it was statistically significant. Unmarked non-verbal behaviors in USA were considered pragmatic failures by Korean native speakers, and it was more salient in the case of a factor of high social status or the high degree of face-threat in speech acts. As a whole, the pedagogic implication focusing on pragmatic failure-expected items in non-verbal behaviors was suggested, and the necessity of including cultural aspects in language education was discussed.

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