[1]钱永红.网络电信诈骗话语中虚假身份建构的顺应性阐释[J].浙江外国语学院学报,2019,(05):68-76.
 QIAN Yonghong.An Adaptationist Account of Fake Identity Construction in Deceptive Online and Telecom Discourse[J].,2019,(05):68-76.
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《浙江外国语学院学报》[ISSN:/CN:]

卷:
期数:
2019年05期
页码:
68-76
栏目:
语言学及应用语言学
出版日期:
2019-12-31

文章信息/Info

Title:
An Adaptationist Account of Fake Identity Construction in Deceptive Online and Telecom Discourse
作者:
钱永红
(南京审计大学 外国语学院,江苏 南京211815)
Author(s):
QIAN Yonghong
(School of Foreign Studies, Nanjing Audit University, Nanjing 211815, China)
关键词:
诈骗话语虚假身份话语建构策略心理操控顺应
Keywords:
eceptive discourse fake identities discursive construction strategies psychological manipulation adaptation
文献标志码:
A
摘要:
本研究采用被曝光或被识别的网络电信诈骗话语为语料,分析诈骗者为达到骗取钱财的目的而虚构的身份类型及采用的话语建构策略,并从顺应论视角对诈骗者建构的虚假身份及其类型进行阐释。研究发现,诈骗者建构的虚假身份主要包括个人身份(特定个体、特定专业服务人员、特定职业人员、特定社会组织成员等)和关系身份(亲人、熟人、上下级等)两大类;诈骗者之所以采用不同策略来虚构这些身份,是根据交际对象的不同,有效顺应和利用了受话人的一些社会心理倾向或心理需求,并采用虚构的身份资源对其进行心理操控,从而达到诈骗的交际目的。本研究可以进一步拓宽现有语用身份论研究的话语领域。
Abstract:
Drawing on the investigation of deceptive online and telecom discourse, this paper aims to analyze the different types of false identity constructed and strategies used by swindlers and give an adaptationist account of them. It is revealed that two types of false identities are frequently constructed by the online and telecom cheaters, namely personal identity(including individual identity, specialized service personnel identity, certain social organizational identity, certain professional identity, etc.) and relational identity (like family member, acquaintance, superior-subordinate, etc.). The reasons for constructing these types of identities lie in that swindlers tend to take advantage of the mental disposition or psychological needs of the prospective victims and utilize the resource of the identities constructed to exert psychological manipulation on them so as to achieve their ulterior goal. It is hoped that this research will broaden the discourse genre scope of the present pragmatic identity studies.
更新日期/Last Update: 2020-03-31