Negotiation and Power in Dialogic Interaction

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| University of Münster
| Tel Aviv University
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The topic of negotiation has turned out to be of crucial interdisciplinary interest for our understanding of what we are doing in language use. Are we exchanging meanings defined in advance and presupposing equal understanding on the basis of a rule-governed system, or are we negotiating meaning and understanding in the framework of an open dialogic universe? Negotiation, on the one hand, can be taken as the name of a specific dialogue type or action game of bargaining. On the other hand, it represents a methodological concept for describing and explaining dialogic interaction which replaces the orthodox view of pattern transference. The papers collected in this volume deal with both versions of the concept of negotiation. This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the International Conference on Pragmatics and Negotiation at Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in June, 1999. The dialogic aspect was taken as the key concept to guide the present selection.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 214]  2001.  viii, 294 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
Edda Weigand and Marcelo Dascal †
vii–viii
Part I: Negotiation, Mediation and Power
1
Reputation and refutation: Negotiating merit
Marcelo Dascal †
3–17
The mediator as power broker
Bruce Fraser
19–37
“We are different than the Americans and the Japanese!”: A critical discourse analysis of decision-making in European Union meetings about employment policies
Ruth Wodak and Gilbert Weiss
39–62
Games of power
Edda Weigand
63–76
The grammar of bargaining
Franz Hundsnurscher
77–90
Negotiation in business meetings
Monika Dannerer
91–106
Interlocutionary scenarios as negotiation of diatextual power
Giuseppe Mininni
107–122
Part II: Means of Negotiation
123
Addresser, addressee and target: Negotiating roles through ironic criticism
Elda Weizman
125–137
Negotiation of irony in dialogue
Andreea C. Ghita
139–148
A case of negotiation: The argumentative concession in Latin
Mirka Maraldi and Anna Orlandini
149–166
Silence as a tool for the negotiation of sense in multi-parties conversations
Michela Cortini
167–180
Part III: Objects of Negotiation
181
The negotiation of affect in natural conversation
Martina Drescher
183–196
Implicit communication in political interviews: Negotiating the agenda
Gerda Eva Lauerbach
197–214
Negotiation of topics in professional e-mail-communication
Annely Rothkegel
215–224
Negotiation and identity
Robert M. Maier
225–237
The negotiation of relevance
Frank Liedtke
239–252
Unspoken assertions: Values and the shape of discourse
Barbara A. Emmel
253–266
Negotiating social relationships: Fontane’s gossip: The rhetoric of discreet indiscretion in L’Adultera
Ernest W.B. Hess-Lüttich
267–288
General index
289–292
List of contributors
295–296
“Touching upon a wide array of topics in close relation to the notion of negotiation in human interaction, this volume promises to be an important contribution to deepening our understanding of this line of inquiry.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2001025185