メディア・コミュニケーション研究 = Media and Communication Studies;64

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「解釈の枠組み」の形成と共有 : 「何を表現しているか」を考え話し合う活動の事例研究

名塩, 征史

Permalink : http://hdl.handle.net/2115/52631

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to describe the configuration of the interpretative framework, which is a cognitive foundation of interpretations, and the process that the frameworks are coordinated with each other. This study focuses on a situation in which 2 participants performed conversational activities, and analyzes a negotiation of interpretations between the participants. Analysis from a perspective of empiricism revealed that: 1) An interpretative framework is a complex configuration made up of real existences and knowledge/memories of each participant,and those components are correlated in such a way as to co-identify with each other, 2) Metaphorical correlations between real existences and knowledge/memories of each participant can be confirmed bi-directionally, and 3) Coordination of interpretative frameworks between participants can be successfully accomplished through a trial and error process referring to the perceptible features of real existences. The possibility of these findings is discussed in terms of future studies focusing on interactive communications.

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