Dialogue in Multilingual and Multimodal Communities

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| University of Texas at Austin
| University of Texas at Austin
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Dialogue in Multilingual and Multimodal Communities contains a collection of new articles that approach the study of dialogue through the construct of the ‘community’, that is, a group of people who come together for any number of reasons; e.g. geographical location, a common goal, a search for unity or bonding, or a particular set of circumstances. The authors address a wide range of topics such as dialogic skills as situated practice, the learning of culture, and the negotiation of identities between native speakers and L2 learners. This volume also investigates how native and non-native speakers learn various community-based aspects of dialogic interaction, such as how to interpret social contexts, stances, frames and gestures. Despite different methodologies and frameworks, the studies demonstrate that native speakers and L2 learners alike use multiple ‘vocalizations’ of a language.
[Dialogue Studies, 27]  2015.  vi, 314 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Dialogue in Multilingual and Multimodal Communities
Dale Koike and Carl S. Blyth
1–22
Language practice in dialogue
The complex nature of Language-related Episodes
Cory Lyle
25–48
Navigating the language-learning classroom without previous schooling: A case study of Li
John Hellermann and Kathryn Harris
49–77
Multimodality and coordinated participation in L2 interaction: A conversation-analytic perspective
Carmen Taleghani-Nikazm
79–103
Learning culture and identities through dialogue
Tú no eres española’: Teasing of L2 learners in host family communities of practice
Rachel L. Shively
107–137
Exploring the complex nature of language and culture through intercultural dialogue: The case of Cultura
Carl S. Blyth
139–165
Multilingual Eurovision meets plurilingual YouTube: Linguascaping discursive ontologies
Steven L. Thorne and Dejan Ivković
167–192
Learning practices of communities
Dialogic knowledge building in learning communities: Discovering an electric circuit through collaborative learning
Sebastian Feller
195–219
Artifacts, gestures and dispensable speech: Multimodality in teaching and learning a biology laboratory technique
Junko Mori and Tomoharu Yanagimachi
221–251
Changing frames in native speaker and learner talk: Moving toward a shared dialogue
Dale Koike
253–285
Transnational, transcultural, translingual communities of practice in flux
Claudia Kunschak
287–305
About the authors
307–310
Index
311–314
Dialogue in Multilingual and Multimodal Communities is a research edition essential for graduate students in profound learning about the multifaceted nature of CofP. [...] I strongly recommend this book for critical discussions in graduate classes in related programs.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015014066