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Vol 160 No 2
Pages:
33-34
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Pedagogical rhetoric and the pragmatics of apologizing

Authors:
N. O. Egorova
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  • Institute of Management and Economics
Date submitted:
2004-07-21
Date accepted:
2004-08-20
Date published:
2005-02-01

Abstract

The article deals with situations requiring the fulfillment of a speech ritual (apology) from the participants of communication whose social and speech roles are pupil/student and teacher/teacher. The most effective tactics of conflict mitigation, from the author's point of view, are: - explaining the inevitability of speech ritual; - etymological analysis of the concepts of "guilt", "error"; - reference to the opinion of an authoritative scholar, which leads to the effect of "impartial judging"; - rhetorical trainings. The key to constructive solution of a conflict situation is the teacher's rhetorical culture.

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