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COMMUNICATING IN ASIAN CONTEXTS (ASNS6906) SHORT ESSAY
The honorific language styles that occur in many Asian languages, though realised through a variety of different linguistic forms, are fundamentally related to shared cultural values.
Discuss this claim in relation to at least two Asian languages, in a short persuasive analytical essay (approximately 2000 2500 words).
Speakers of Asian languages are often characterised as extremely polite and respectful in their spoken interactions. However, speakers of some Asian languages may sometimes interact verbally in ways that would not be perceived as ‘polite’ or ‘respectful’ by speakers of other Asian languages.
Discuss this claim in relation to at least two Asian languages, in a short essay (approximately 2000-2500 words).
Find an example of a claim that illustrates a reified view of the interaction style of ‘Asians’ in general.
Note: You are also welcome to formulate your own topic if you would like to. However, it must be a topic that you can respond to in the form of a persuasive, analytical essay (of approximately 2000-2500 words), and you must discuss your topic in relation to at least two Asian languages.
You are strongly encouraged to limit your discussion, and you may do so in any way you choose. Regardless of whether / how you choose to limit your discussion, make sure you give a clear statement of your exact topic and the thesis (point-of-view) you plan to adopt, in the introduction to your essay. A brief outline of your main points should also be included in your introduction.
Make sure each paragraph in the body of your essay has a clear theme. This theme will probably be spelt out in the opening sentence of the paragraph or very soon after. Much of the remainder of the paragraph will be devoted to presenting evidence related to that theme. Pay attention to logical and stylistic links between paragraphs.
In the conclusion, you should draw together the arguments and evidence you have presented, and show how they are related to your thesis. Make sure you do not present any new information or arguments in your conclusion. The place for these is the body of your essay.
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