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 * 語藝文類(Rhetorical genre),Miller (1984: 159) identified genres “as typified rhetorical actions based in recurrent situations.” * 語藝文類(Rhetorical genre),Miller (1984: 159) identified genres “as typified rhetorical actions based in recurrent situations.”
 ** 修改 Bitzer 的語藝情境,擴張目的的定義,認為不是主觀(subjective)的也不是客觀(objective),而是一種社會知識:一種物體、事件、偏好、與目的的共同建構;不只是將它們連結在一起,也創造了他們:一種具體化的社會需求。為了回應這種具體化的社會需求,人們訂定各種類型的修辭文類活動。\\ but rather “a form of social knowledge – a mutual construing of objects, events, interests, and purposes that not only links them but also makes them what they are: an objectified social need.” In response to this objectified social need, humans enact typical rhetorical practices or genres characterized by patterns of form and substance. ** 修改 Bitzer 的語藝情境,擴張目的的定義,認為不是主觀(subjective)的也不是客觀(objective),而是一種社會知識:一種物體、事件、偏好、與目的的共同建構;不只是將它們連結在一起,也創造了他們:一種具體化的社會需求。為了回應這種具體化的社會需求,人們訂定各種類型的修辭文類活動。\\ but rather “a form of social knowledge – a mutual construing of objects, events, interests, and purposes that not only links them but also makes them what they are: an objectified social need.” In response to this objectified social need, humans enact typical rhetorical practices or genres characterized by patterns of form and substance.
 +* Bitzer 的語藝情境 
 +** exigence 目的(某事需要被完成) 
 +** an audience 聽者(被傳達或被影響的) 
 +** constraints 限制(構成情境的:人物、事件、對象、關係)
  
 == Note == == Note ==