S-Space Language Education Institute (언어교육원) Language Research (어학연구) Language Research (어학연구) Volume 49 Number 1/3 (2013)
시각과 청각 매체를 활용한 광고 언어의 외현적 그리고 암시적 메시지 처리에 대한 화용론적 접근
A pragmatic approach to the process of overt and covert messages in advertisement language utilizing visual and acoustic media
- Issue Date
- 서울대학교 언어교육원
- 어학연구, Vol.49 No.3, pp. 601-630
- overt and covert messages; cognitive environment; informative intention; communicative intention; DCPM; CIM
- 이 논문의 일부는 2012년 6월 26일부터 30일까지 한양대학교에서 열린 제1차 세계영어학자대(WCSEL-1)에서 발표되었음.
- some specific types of advertisement captions by conducting a pragmatic experiment from two different pragmatic perspectives, i.e. Relevance Theory (henceforth, RT) and Neo-Gricean one. Bencherif & Tanaka (1987) tries to divide linguistic features involved in advertisements into covert or overt messages on the basis of the degree of hearer’s cognitive processing effort required to interpret messages (see Sperber & Wilson 1986). They argue that the more implicated an advertised messages would be, the more facilitated hearer’s cognitive environment might be from the RT’s perspectives. However, this study questions whether or not their arguments will be valid in other conditions, e.g., TV and Radio, in that their results would be made on the basis of the paper-based condition. This study explores how this issue will be verified in other advertising environments on the basis of two assumptive processing models, i.e. default coding-processing model (DCPM) and contextual inference model (CIM), with the aid of pragmatic experiments’ results.