社会视角对6~10岁儿童理解反语社会功能的影响
The Effect of Social Perspective on 6 to 10 Years Old Children to Understand the Social Function of Irony

作者: 周开祥 * , 缪艳君 , 张继元 , 张进辅 :西南大学心理学部;

关键词: 反语社会功能社会视角Irony Social Function Social Perspective

摘要: 通过情境故事法,考察不同社会视角对6~10岁儿童理解反语社会功能的影响。结果发现,不同社会视角下,6~10岁儿童在理解反语的社会功能均体现出反语的淡化功能;同时,与反语被批评者、旁观者相比,反语批评者理解反语的淡化功能更强;6岁儿童已经能够从不同社会视角理解反语的淡化功能,10岁儿童已经开始理解反语的幽默功能。

Abstract: We investigate the 6 to 10 years old children’s understanding of the Social Functions of Verbal Irony on different perspective with the Scenarios story theory. The results found that, on different social perspective, the ability of understanding of the irony reflected the tinge hypothesis of irony among the children from 6 to 10 years old. Compared with the irony being criticized and bystanders, the irony critics could understand better the tinge function of the irony. The 6 years old children had been able to understand the tinge function of irony from different social perspective. The 10 years old children had begun to understand the humor function of irony.

文章引用: 周开祥 , 缪艳君 , 张继元 , 张进辅 (2012) 社会视角对6~10岁儿童理解反语社会功能的影响。 心理学进展, 2, 262-267. doi: 10.12677/AP.2012.25041

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