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    Title: テレビドラマにおける職場でのコミュニケーションの研究 : 女性の文末表現、応答表現、要請表現を中心に
    Other Titles: 從日劇探討職場上的溝通與交流 : 以女性的語尾表現、應對表現、要求表現為中心
    The investigation of workplace communication behaviors, according to Japanese television drama : focusing on sentence ending, responding reaction, and requisition applications of feminine linguistics
    Authors: 陳怡佑;Chen, Yi-yu
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系碩士班
    落合由治;Ochiai, Yuji
    Keywords: 女性;職場;連續劇;語尾表現;應對表現;要求表現;Female;workplace;drama;sentence ending;responding reaction;requisition applications;女性;職場;ドラマ;文末表現;応答表現;要請表現
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 14:58:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   隨著電視媒體的普及,電視連續劇(以下簡稱連續劇)中各個角色的說話方式和特色,或是頻繁使用的辭彙等等,都會對觀眾帶來許許多多的影響。而近年來,以描寫職業女性為主軸的連續劇題材有逐漸增加的趨勢。舉例來說,2006年的「主播台女王」(收視率18.38%)、2007年「派遣女王」(收視率20.15%),都創下相當高的收視率。在這些連續劇創下高收視率的同時,我們也可以推測這些日劇對觀眾而言,具有相當大的影響力與共通性。而受到這些連續劇影響的日本,職業女性的說話方式也可能隨之變化。
     Together with the popularization of television, variations and features of each characters, or words and phrases that being frequently used in television dramas (dramas) actually brought out numerous effects affecting the mass audience. Recently, dramas with female employment as the subject matter were frequently increasing. For example, “Top Caster” (Rating: 18.38%) in the year 2006, “Haken no Hinkaku” (Rating: 20.15%) in 2007, to both of the drama high audience rating were accomplished. Influenced by these TV dramas, the actual phrase-using of career women in Japan might changes accordingly.This investigation was based on the script of dramas discussing career women produced after the year 2000, and mainly focused on the sentence ending, responding reaction, and requisition applications applied in workplace communication. The investigation was carried out by analyzing the frequency and the custom usage of the phrase-endings, in order to examine the variations of sentence ending, responding reaction, and requisition applications used by career women beyond the year 2000. Scripts of three selected episodes were extracted from the following six TV dramas: “Shomu-nika final” (2002), “Bijo ka Yajuu ” (2003), “Rikon Bengoshi” (2004), “kyuumeibyoutou 24ji” (2005), “Top Caster” (2006), “Haken no Hinkaku” (2007). Extracted scripts were classified into categories by conditions, and then analyzed the distinctive features and any changes emerged in sentence ending, responding reaction, and requisition applications during female conversations.
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