Proceedings of the International Conference on Education, Management and Information Technology

Basic Theory Research on Pragmatic Failure for Intercultural Communication

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Jie Chen
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Available Online October 2015.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icemit-15.2015.121How to use a DOI?
Keywords
intercultural communication, pragmatic failure, basic theory, second language acquisition theory, learning cognitive theory
Abstract
Pragmatic failure is an important factor affecting the smooth conduct of cross-cultural communication. In view of the difficulty of the research, this paper studies the related basic theory. First, second language acquisition theory, through structural diagram shows that theoretical principles and sets out the main points; then, study the learning cognitive theory, explained by the theory of error analysis, input theory, interlanguage theory, constructivist theory, information processing theory and connecting theory, and other theoretical framework; Finally, intercultural communication theory, explain the relationship of the theoretical framework of the three-dimensional model between the each constituent elements and role of the intercultural communicative competence cultivation. The research results of this paper have very important significance for the study of pragmatic failure in intercultural communication and English teaching.
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