オカダ ミサヲ
  岡田 みさを   経済学部 共通部門   教授
■ 標題
  Imperative actions in boxing sparring sessions.
■ 概要
  This paper examines actions formulated as imperatives in sparring sessions, in which coaches tell boxers to perform certain boxing movements. It shows that before the targeted action, imperatives are often used to seek the boxer's immediate compliance. When used concurrently or after the boxer’s performance of the targeted action, the coach can articulate when to use the targeted action by linking it with features of the immediate boxing circumstances. The participants orient to present pugilistic moments when using imperatives, and the imperative actions become instructional mostly within the continuous flow of sparring. Data are in Japanese, with English translation.
   単著   Research on Language and Social Interaction   Taylor & Francis   Volume 51, issue 1   pp.67   2018/03