New Adventures in Language and Interaction

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In this book sixteen international scholars of language and social interaction describe their distinct frameworks of analysis. Taking conversation analysis and interactional sociolinguistics as their points of departure and investigating ordinary conversation as well as institutions such as health care, therapy, and city council meetings, they often incorporate gesture, prosody, and the listener's behavior in the analysis of talk. While some approaches are grounded in a critique of the major schools of interaction analysis, others integrate the interactionist perspective with ideas from fields such as systemic-functional linguistics, distributed cognition, and the sociology of knowledge. Each chapter combines a statement of the terms and methods of analysis with an exemplary analysis of a moment of interaction. New Adventures in Language and Interaction gives an excellent overview of the novelty and diversity of interaction-focused perspectives on language and of the heterogeneity of approaches that have evolved from the pioneering work of Sacks and Schegloff, Gumperz, and their co-workers.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 196]  2010.  vi, 275 pp.
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Table of Contents
Table of contents
v–vi
New adventures in language and interaction
Jürgen Streeck
1–8
Interlocutory logic: A unified framework for studying conversational interaction
Alain Trognon and Martine Batt
9–46
Beyond symbols: Interaction and the enslavement principle
Stephen J. Cowley
47–70
The case for an eclectic approach to discourse-in-interaction
Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni
71–98
Grammar: A neglected resource in interaction analysis?
Peter Muntigl and Eija Ventola
99–124
Researching intercultural communication: Discourse tactics in non-egalitarian contexts
Angel M.Y. Lin
125–144
Studying interaction in order to cultivate communicative practices: Action-implicative discourse analysis
Karen Tracy and Robert T. Craig
145–166
Healthcare interaction as an expert communicative system: An activity analysis perspective
Srikant Sarangi
167–198
Interacting with difficulty: The case of aphasia
Elizabeth Armstrong and Alison Ferguson
199–222
Ecologies of gesture
Jürgen Streeck
223–242
The neglected listener: Issues of theory and practice in transcription from video in interaction analysis
Frederick Erickson
243–256
Dialogical dynamics: Inside the moment of speaking
John Shotter
257–272
Author index
273–274
Subject index
275–276
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2010010772 | Marc record