How Emotions Are Made in Talk

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| Loughborough University
| University of Roehampton
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How Emotions Are Made in Talk brings together an exciting collection of cutting-edge interactional research examining emotions and affectivity as social actions. The international selection of scholars draw on ethnomethodology and conversation analysis applied to a range of settings including sports, workplaces, telephone calls, classrooms, friends and healthcare. The aim of the book is to provide new insights into how emotions are produced as social actions in relation to, for example, encouragement, responsibility, crying, objects, empathy, joy, surprise, touch, and pain. This volume should be of interest to interactional scholars and researchers interested in social approaches to emotion, and addresses a range of scholarship across the disciplines of sociology, communication, psychology, linguistics, and anthropology.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 321]  2021.  xvii, 292 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Author bios
vii–xii
Emotion as an emergent theme in conversation analysis: A preface
Anssi Peräkylä
xiii–xviii
How emotions are made to do things: An introduction
Ann Weatherall and Jessica S. Robles
1–24
Part 1. The social moral ordering of emotions
Chapter 1.1. Emotional intensity as a resource for moral assessments: The action of ‘incitement’ in sports settings
Edward Reynolds
27–50
Chapter 1.2. Affect in interaction: Working out expectancies and responsibility in a phone call
Bryanna L. Hebenstreit and Alan Zemel
51–76
Chapter 1.3. Displaying emotional control by how crying and talking are managed
Ann Weatherall
77–98
Part 2. Emotions as temporally unfolding
Chapter 2.1. Using objects and technologies in the immediate environment as resources for managing affect displays in troubles talk
Jessica S. Robles, Stephen M. DiDomenico and Joshua Raclaw
101–128
Chapter 2.2. Shared affective stance displays as preliminary to complaining
Johanna Ruusuvuori, Birte Asmuß, Pentti Henttonen and Niklas Ravaja
129–162
Chapter 2.3. Embodiment in reciprocal laughter: Sharing laughter, gaze, and embodied stance in children’s peer group
Emilia Strid and Asta Cekaite
163–186
Part 3. Displays of emotion
Chapter 3.1. Responding empathically from shifting epistemic terrains
Joseph Ford and Alexa Hepburn
189–210
Chapter 3.2. Socializing the emotions of joy and surprise in parent-child interaction
Hansun Zhang Waring
211–232
Chapter 3.3. Haptics and emotions in speech and language therapy sessions for people with post-stroke aphasia
Sara Merlino
233–262
Chapter 3.4. Affect and accountability: Pain displays as a resource for action
Amanda McArthur
263–286
Appendix A. Transcription glossary
287–288
Subjects & Metadata

Sociology

Sociology
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2020055054 | Marc record