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Accounting Episodes as Communicative Practice Affecting Cultural Knowledge
Unformatted Document Text:  25 relationships? III. Questions about Accounting Episodes Involving Native Speakers Now I would like to ask you to remember some of the episodes that you have experienced with Americans that you mentioned. Please take a minute to think about the situations where you communicate with them. In any of the relationships that you mentioned, can you remember any episode that you were involved in where you find the situation problematic or uncomfortable [so you felt you need to say something to the person? Or someone said something?] For each episode, could you describe that episode in detail? (1) Where did it occur? (2) When did it occur? (3) What was the nature of the relationship between you and the other? (4) What triggered the incident? (5) What did s/he actually say or do to you? (6) How did you respond? (7) How did you feel about what happened between you and him/her? (8) Did the incident have a long-term effect on your relationship with him/her? (9) Have you had a similar experience with the Japanese? The followings are some of the examples of the situations: The situations... (A) ...where your expectations weren’t met e.g., -someone couldn’t accomplish what s/he had said s/he would -someone wasn’t accessible to you -someone was late for an appointment, date or meeting with you -someone did not show up for an appointment, etc. -someone had to end a conversation because s/he was in hurry (in person, on the phone or at party) -your invitation was turned down -your request to someone to borrow their notes, book or CD, or to help you move was turned down -your offer for a ride or date was declined or ...where you couldn’t meet the other’s expectation e.g., -you couldn’t accomplish what you had said you would -you weren’t accessible to friends -you were late for an appointment, date or meeting -you did not show up for an appointment, etc.

Authors: Kotani, Mariko.
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relationships?

III. Questions about Accounting Episodes Involving Native
Speakers
Now I would like to ask you to remember some of the episodes
that you have experienced with Americans that you mentioned.
Please take a minute to think about the situations where you
communicate with them. In any of the relationships that you
mentioned, can you remember any episode that you were involved
in where you find the situation problematic or uncomfortable
[so you felt you need to say something to the person? Or someone
said something?]
For each episode, could you describe that episode in
detail?
(1) Where did it occur?
(2) When did it occur?
(3) What was the nature of the relationship
between you and the other?
(4) What triggered the incident?
(5) What did s/he actually say or do to you?
(6) How did you respond?
(7) How did you feel about what happened
between
you and him/her?
(8) Did the incident have a long-term effect on
your relationship with him/her?
(9) Have you had a similar experience with the
Japanese?

The followings are some of the examples of the situations:
The situations...
(A)
...where
your expectations weren’t met
e.g., -someone couldn’t accomplish what s/he had
said s/he would
-someone wasn’t accessible to you
-someone was late for an appointment, date
or meeting with you
-someone did not show up for an
appointment, etc.
-someone had to end a conversation because
s/he was in hurry (in person, on the phone
or at party)
-your invitation was turned down
-your request to someone to borrow their
notes, book or CD, or to help you move was
turned down
-your offer for a ride or date was declined
or ...where you couldn’t meet the other’s expectation
e.g., -you couldn’t accomplish what you had said
you would
-you weren’t accessible to friends
-you were late for an appointment, date or
meeting
-you did not show up for an appointment,
etc.


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