This study examines the second language (L2) learning of politeness and social interaction in study abroad within a sociocultural and rapport management framework, reporting on longitudinal, ethnographic research of service encounters recorded in situ between L2 learners of Spanish and local Spanish service providers in Toledo, Spain. Service encounters are defined as interactions between a customer and a service provider in which some commodity will potentially be exchanged.(0.6) 16 J: uh:: 17 E: I have money 18 J: yes, scissors 19 E: scissors 20 J: thanks ( 4.6) 21 J: does it need::: (.) to be smaller or- 22 E: yes (10.0) ... duri- er- (0.3) uh ( 0.5) when I we- when I come back 36 J: they say, athey dona#39;t have it now, come back an::a (0.2) and I come back heh 37 E: yes (2.4) 38 E: they want to go (40) Jared (J) asking a question at the Toledo institute 306. 6 J: what? 7 E: only liars 8 J: hhanbsp;...
|Title||:||Politeness and Social Interaction in Study Abroad: Service Encounters in L2 Spanish|
|Author||:||Rachel Louise Shively|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|