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Title: Deference and the educational interview
Authors: Chew, Phyllis Ghim Lian
Keywords: Deference
Interview
Power
Modality
Discourse Etiquette
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Singapore Journal of Education, 14(1), 67-79
Abstract: One of the key criteria for success in an educational interview is the extent of deference which the interviewee shows to the interviewer and to the educational establishment in question. The display of deference by the interviewee or the less powerful participant in any form of gatekeeping interview is something which is often assumed or taken for granted. Yet how this is effected through both the verbal and non-verbal modalities has not always been clear. This article focuses on the verbal and non-verbal expression of deference through the use of modality and discourse etiquette.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/16246
ISSN: 0129-4776
Appears in Collections:Journal Articles - Singapore Journal of Education

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