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Is onomatopoeia used to express basic emotions in Japanese? : An exploratory study using facial expression stimuli <Research Article>
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subject
Japanese onomatopoeias
basic emotions
facial expression
オノマトペ
基本感情
顔面表情
NDC
Education
abstract
In Japanese, onomatopoeia is used to express certain sensational and affective qualities. This study aimed to examine the relationship between onomatopoeia and primary emotions. We used figures to represent six facial expressions: anger, disgust, fear, sadness, happiness, and surprise. Forty-five students were asked to verbalize the emotions related to these facial expressions using onomatopoeic expressions. The subjects used 89 onomatopoeic expressions; 39 of them were used by two or more participants. The results were as follows. (1) Happiness and sadness tended to be expressed using particular onomatopoeic expressions such as niko-niko and shiku-shiku, respectively, compared with other emotional states, which were articulated using several different onomatopoeic expressions. (2) Anger and disgust shared the same onomatopoeic expression-pun-pun. (3) Correspondence analysis revealed three groups of emotions, and each group was expressed using a particular onomatopoeic group.
description
本研究は,「感情刺激とオノマトペとの関連」という題目で日本感情心理学会第22回大会(宇都宮大学)において発表したものに再分析を実施し,大幅に加筆・修正を行ったものである。
journal title
Journal of Learning Science
issue
Issue 8
start page
37
end page
42
date of issued
2015-03-16
publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科学習開発学講座
issn
1883-8200
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
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application/pdf
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Copyright (c) 2015 広島大学大学院教育学研究科学習開発学講座
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Graduate School of Education
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