Finns det nationella svenska kommunikationsmönster? : Tilltal i läkare-patientsamtal i Sverige och Finland

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Lindström , J K , Norrby , C , Wide , C & Nilsson , J 2014 , Finns det nationella svenska kommunikationsmönster? Tilltal i läkare-patientsamtal i Sverige och Finland . i J Lindström , S Henricson , A Huhtala , P Kukkonen , H Lehti-Eklund & C Lindholm (red) , Svenskans beskrivning 33 : Förhandlingar vid Trettiotredje sammankomsten för svenskans beskrivning, Helsingfors den 15-17 maj 2013 . vol. 33 , Svenskans beskrivning , vol. 33 , Nordica Helsingiensia , vol. 37 , Helsingfors universitet, Finska, finskugriska och nordiska institutionen, Nordica , Helsinki , s. 343-352 , Svenskans beskrivning 33 , Helsinki , Finland , 15/05/2013 . < https://helda.helsinki.fi/handle/10138/144466 >

Title: Finns det nationella svenska kommunikationsmönster? : Tilltal i läkare-patientsamtal i Sverige och Finland
Alternative title: Are there nation specific communicative patterns in Swedish? : Address in doctor-patient conversations in Sweden and Finland
Author: Lindström, Jan Krister; Norrby, Catrin; Wide, Camilla; Nilsson, Jenny
Other contributor: Lindström, Jan
Henricson, Sofie
Huhtala, Anne
Kukkonen, Pirjo
Lehti-Eklund, Hanna
Lindholm, Camilla
Contributor organization: Finskugriska och nordiska avdelningen
Publisher: Helsingfors universitet, Finska, finskugriska och nordiska institutionen, Nordica
Date: 2014-12-15
Language: swe
Number of pages: 10
Belongs to series: Svenskans beskrivning 33
Belongs to series: Svenskans beskrivning - Nordica Helsingiensia
ISBN: 978-951-51-0120-4
978-951-51-0121-1
ISSN: 1795-4428
1795-4428
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/153449
Abstract: This paper presents the research program "Interaction and variation in pluricentric languages: Swedish communicative patterns in Sweden and Finland" and a specific study of address practices in doctor-patient conversations in Sweden and Finland. The comparison shows that address forms in second person singular are used more in the Sweden Swedish conversations. Moreover, in Finland Swedish conversations, there is some use of address in second person plural which counts as a formal mode of address. The results suggest that the doctors in Sweden are more personally oriented whereas the doctors in Finland may tone down personal orientation. In the former case, commonalities between the interlocutors are taken to the forefront; in the latter case, there is a tendency to respect the other participants space in the interaction.
Description: Proceeding volume: 33
Subject: 6121 Språkvetenskaper
address forms, social interaction, variational pragmatics
Peer reviewed: Yes
Usage restriction: openAccess
Self-archived version: publishedVersion


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