Enabling Human Conduct

Studies of talk-in-interaction in honor of Emanuel A. Schegloff

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This collection offers a multifaceted view of the life, research and impact of Emanuel A. Schegloff, the co-originator, with Harvey Sacks and Gail Jefferson, of Conversation Analysis (or CA), and its leading contemporary authority. The first section introduces Schegloff’s life and work, and, using a series of interviews with him, provides a concise, comprehensive and accessible introduction to the field’s major aims and achievements. Next many of the world’s leading researchers from various disciplines – including Communication, Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Linguistic Anthropology, and Sociology – build on Schegloff’s foundational research, analyzing encounters from everyday and institutional settings (conducted in English, German, Korean, Mandarin, and Russian) to explicate how conversation and other conduct in interaction are organized. The final section of the book includes reflections on Schegloff’s contributions by some of his major interlocutors and Schegloff’s response to them.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 273]  2017.  vi, 359 pp.
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Table of Contents
Schegloff and the founding of a discovering discipline
Gene H. Lerner, Geoffrey Raymond and John Heritage
1–12
A discussion with Emanuel A. Schegloff
Svĕtla Čmejrková
15–50
A discussion with Emanuel A. Schegloff, Part 2
Svĕtla Čmejrková and Carlo L. Prevignano
55–59
Inferring the purpose of a prior query and responding accordingly
Anita Pomerantz
61–76
Responses to Wh-question challenges
Irene Koshik
81–103
Extended responding: Interaction and collaboration in the production and implementation of responses
Seung-Hee Lee
105–124
Accepting remote proposals
Anna Lindström
125–142
Interactional uses of acknowledgment tokens: ‘ung’ and ‘e’ as responses to multi-unit turns in Korean conversation
Sun-Young Oh and Yong-Yae Park
145–166
Selection principles of other-initiated repair turn formats: Some indications from positioned questions
Maria M. Egbert
167–184
Referring to persons: Linguistic gender and gender in action – (when) are husbands men?
Celia Kitzinger and Sue Wilkinson
189–204
Out of context: Preamble
Paul Drew
207–209
Out of context: An intersection between domestic life and the workplace, as contexts for (business) talk
Paul Drew
213–228
Opening up closings in Russian
Galina B. Bolden
231–272
Particles and epistemics: Convergences and divergences between English and Mandarin
Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu and John Heritage
273–298
On the practical re-intentionalization of body behavior: Action pivots in the progressive realization of embodied conduct
Gene H. Lerner and Geoffrey Raymond
299–313
What a difference forty years make: The view from linguistics
Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen
317–324
Living with Manny’s dangerous idea
Stephen C. Levinson
327–348
Reply to Levinson: On the ‘corrosiveness’ of conversation analysis
Emanuel A. Schegloff
351–353
Subject index
355–357
Name index
359
“This collection is thought-provoking, enlightening and, at times, even inspiring, a rare achievement for an edited volume and a fitting Festschrift for Emanuel A. Schegloff.”
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2016054425 | Marc record