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Accounting Episodes as Communicative Practice Affecting Cultural Knowledge
Unformatted Document Text:  27 or ...where you apologized or you felt you need to apologize to someone? (G) ...where you receive an explanation, excuse, justification or account from someone? or ...where you gave an explanation, excuse, justification or account to someone? -Do you remember any other incident? Could you describe it in detail? IV. Questions about Their Views of Accounts -Do you feel similarities or differences in the ways in which the Japanese (NNS) and Americans (NS) deal with problematic situations? [or in which they offer or receive explanations, excuses, justifications, accounts or apologies?] How do you cope with those differences (if any)? Have that view been changed over the years? What triggered the change? -Do you feel any difficulty in communicating with these people? How do you cope with these difficulties? -How would you describe the ways they communicate with you? -How would you describe the ways you communicate with them? ********** That is about all I wanted to ask you. Is there anything that you would like to add? If you have any question to me, I’ll be happy to answer them. If I need more data for my future research, would you be willing to cooperate? (e.g., willing to be tape-recorded when you are talking with your conversation partner, roommates or friend? Can you introduce someone to me for an interview, like the one I did to you today?) Thank you very much for your time and cooperation. Our talk today has been very helpful for my research. **********

Authors: Kotani, Mariko.
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or ...where you apologized or you felt you need to
apologize to someone?
(G) ...where you receive an explanation, excuse,
justification or account from someone?
or ...where you gave an explanation, excuse,
justification or account to someone?

-Do you remember any other incident? Could you describe it
in detail?

IV. Questions about Their Views of Accounts
-Do you feel similarities or differences in the ways in
which the Japanese (NNS) and Americans (NS) deal with
problematic situations? [or in which they offer or receive
explanations, excuses, justifications, accounts or
apologies?] How do you cope with those differences (if
any)? Have that view been changed over the years? What
triggered the change?
-Do you feel any difficulty in communicating with these
people? How do you cope with these difficulties?
-How would you describe the ways they communicate with you?
-How would you describe the ways you communicate with them?
**********
That is about all I wanted to ask you. Is there anything
that you would like to add? If you have any question to me, I’ll
be happy to answer them.
If I need more data for my future research, would you be
willing to cooperate? (e.g., willing to be tape-recorded when
you are talking with your conversation partner, roommates or
friend? Can you introduce someone to me for an interview, like
the one I did to you today?)
Thank you very much for your time and cooperation. Our talk
today has been very helpful for my research.
**********


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