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This collection of previously unpublished, cutting-edge research discusses the conversation analysis (CA) approach to understanding language use. CA is the dominant theory for analysing the social use of language and is concerned with the description of how speakers engage in conversation and other forms of social interaction involving language. Its proponents are not only linguists but sociologists and anthropologists as well. The unifying theme of these chapters
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is the intersection of practice and form through the construction of turns and sequences.
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Cecilia E Ford, Barbara A Fox, Sandra A Thompson
This collection of previously unpublished, cutting-edge research discusses the conversation analysis (CA) approach to understanding language use. CA is the dominant theory for analyzing the social use of language and is concerned with the descript...
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Cecilia E. Ford explores the question: what work do adverbial clauses do in conversational interaction? Her analysis of this predominating conjunction strategy in English conversation is based on the assumption that grammars reflect recurrent patt...
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Linguist List The richness of this volume lies in the variety of ways and contexts in which turns and sequences are examined. It is a readable work and an important contribution to the growing field of Conversation Analysis.
1: Cecilia E. Ford, Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson: Introduction 2: Cecilia E. Ford, Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson: Constituency and the Grammar of Turn Increments 3: Lisa Capps and Elinor Ochs: Cultivating Prayer 4: Charles Goodwin, Marjorie H. Goodwin, and David Olsher: Producing Sense with Nonsense Syllables: Turn and Sequence in Conversations with a Man with Severe Aphasia 5: Makoto Hayashi, Junko Mori, and Tomoyo Tagaki: Contingent Achievement of Co-Tellership in a Japanese Conversation: An Analysis of Talk, Gaze and Gesture 6: Sally Jacoby and Patrick Gonzales: Saying What Wasn't Said: Negative Observation as a Linguistic Resource for the Interactional Achievement of Performance Feedback 7: Marja-Leena Sorjonen: Recipient Activities: The Particle No as a Go-Ahead Response in Finnish Conversations 8: John Heritage: Oh-Prefaced Responses to Assessments: A Method of Modifying Agreement/Disagreement 9: Gene H. Lerner: Turn-Sharing: The Choral Co-Production of Talk-in-Interaction 10: Robert Jasperson: Some Linguistic Aspects of Closure Cut-Off Index