Languages and Linguistics
Lykova O. —
The analysis of gender-specific peculiarities of insincerity
// SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.
– 2019. – ¹ 3.
– P. 72 - 79.
DOI: 10.25136/1339-3057.2019.3.28785 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=28785
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The subject of the study is gender characteristics of insincere statements and behavior. The experimental material includes 100 video fragments in Russian and 100 video fragments in American English. The study of this material included perceptual-auditory and perceptual-visual types of analysis, which were conducted with the involvement of groups of test-auditors. The results of perceptual-auditory and perceptual-visual types of analysis revealed some gender differences in insincere statements and behavior. However, most of the parameter values noted by the subjects when working with the material are in the zone of average values, which makes the study of these parameters especially difficult and indicates the relevance of this problem. Processing such a data set (915,600 cells) was carried out for the first time, but it did not reveal major gender differences in the speech and behavior of communicants, which indicates the need for further study of this problem.
lies, deception, deception detection, lie detection, insincerity, perceptual-auditory analysis, perceptual-visual analysis, paralinguistics, speech analysis, voice analysis
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