Interactional Linguistics

Online-first articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

23 April 2024

Escalating prosody: The vocal depiction of mobile action sequences
Beatrice Szczepek Reed | 33 pp.

5 April 2024

From doing work on your own talk to doing work on others’ talk: The longitudinal development of also ‘so’ in L2 German
Samuel Schirm | 29 pp.

18 March 2024

Meaning in interaction: Meaning in interaction
Arnulf Deppermann and Elwys De Stefani | 12 pp.

12 January 2024

Displaying a negative stance by questioning meaning: The Italian format Che cosa vuol dire X? (‘What does X mean?’)
Elwys De Stefani | 27 pp.

11 January 2024

The semantics of taste in interaction: Body, materiality and sensory lexicon in tasting sessions
Lorenza Mondada | 39 pp.
Self-repeat as a multimodal retraction practice: Evidence from Hebrew conversation
Leon Shor and Michal Marmorstein | 35 pp.

9 January 2024

Meta-semantic practices in social interaction: Definitions and specifications provided in response to Was heißt X (‘what does X mean’)
Arnulf Deppermann | 27 pp.

23 October 2023

Seeing is believing: The multisensorial emergence of the Estonian näed ‘you see’ as an evidential
Leelo Keevallik and Marri Amon | 30 pp.
Longitudinal change in linguistic resources for interaction: The case of tu vois (‘you see’) in L2 French
Klara Skogmyr Marian | 35 pp.