Communication Leads to Illusion: A Conceptual Framework of Negotiators' Violation of Maxims of Conversation in the Light of Theory of Planned Behavior

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Abstract

Among the most powerful practical speculations that have caught the consideration of the linguists is the Grecian maxims of Conversational Implication. Grice contributes to draw line between what is said and what is implied. An observational examination introduced to explore the utilization of this hypothesis to the conversation in between managers from different electric automobile companies. Interviewer and managers involved in conversation with each other to pass on what they need to say either verifiably or unequivocally. The great point of this examination is to explore the Grecian Hypothesis of Conversational Implication in the light of TPB. Semi-coordinated meetings with administrators from four diverse Electric Vehicle (EV) organizations specifically: Karakorum Engines, Chongqing Changan Auto Restricted, Al-Pilgrimage Car Private Restricted, and BMW were led. Conversationalists can expect that when speakers deliberately ridicule an adage. Hence, the Grecian maxims fill a need both when they are followed and when they are mocked.

Authors

1-Hanan Afzal
Lecturer, Department of English, National University of Modern Languages, Multan Campus, Punjab, Pakistan.

2-Hina Saleem
Lecturer, Department of English, National University of Modern Languages, Multan Campus, Punjab, Pakistan.

3-Fareha Zafran
Lecturer, Department of English, National University of Modern Languages, Multan Campus, Punjab, Pakistan.

Keywords

Violate, Electric Vehicle (EV), Communication, Maxims of Conversation

DOI Number

10.31703/glr.2020(V-III).13


Page Nos

117-132

Volume & Issue

V - III

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Published: 09 2020

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