Amin Univercity of Isfahan-Fooladshahr, Iran
In this research, the effect of gender differences in conversational coherence, body Language use, and politeness in speech has been illuminated. It is a subtitle of discourse and conversation analysis and according to Cameron (2001) conversation analysis mostly deal with talk in interaction. Based on her definition the center of attention of this study has been the dialoges between adult best friends of Nourabad town (located in Fars province, Iran) of men and women to analyze the cross-cultural approach of gender difference in selected areas. Through a qualitative research the 20-minutes conversations of two pairs each of male and female best friends were collected and analyzed at the end of the process to see which one are better in doing so. This research reports put emphasis on the benefits of women power in handling conversations more coherent, being more polite, and using body language more creative than men. This could be mainly because women's duty is teaching language to children so they should be able to make better conversations and leave their ability to their children.
The above abstract is part of the article which was accepted at The First International Conference on Current Issues of Languages, Dialects and Linguistics (WWW.LLLD.IR) & The Third National Conference on English Studies and Linguistics (WWW.ELTL.IR) , 2-3 February 2017 , Iran-Ahwaz.