Intersubjectivity in Action

Studies in language and social interaction

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| University of Helsinki
| University of Helsinki
| University of Helsinki
| University of Helsinki
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Intersubjectivity is a precondition for human life – for social organization as well as for individual development and well-being. Through empirical examination of social interactions in everyday and institutional settings, the authors in this volume explore the achievement and maintenance of intersubjectivity. The contributions show how language codes and creates intersubjectivity, how interactants move towards shared understanding in interaction, how intersubjectivity is central to phenomena and experiences often considered merely individual, and how intersubjectivity evolves through learning. While the core methodology of the studies is Conversation Analysis, the volume highlights the advantages of using several methods to tackle intersubjectivity.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 326]  2021.  vi, 437 pp.
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Table of Contents
Intersubjectivity in action: An introduction
Marja-Leena Sorjonen, Anssi Peräkylä, Ritva Laury and Jan Lindström
1–22
Part I. How language codes and creates intersubjectivity
Organizing the “we” in interaction
Marja Etelämäki
25–39
Definitely indefinite: Negotiating intersubjective common ground in everyday interaction in Finnish
Ritva Laury
41–60
Directive turn design and intersubjectivity
Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Marja Etelämäki and Marja-Leena Sorjonen
61–80
On agency and affiliation in second assessments: German and Swedish opinion verbs in talk-in-interaction
Peter Auer and Jan Lindström
81–107
Mirror-like address practice in Arabic-medium classroom interaction: Managing social relations and intersubjectivity
Irina Piippo
109–134
Brokering co-participants’ volition in request and offer sequences
Katariina Harjunpää
135–159
Part II. Moving towards shared understanding
Decision-making in salesperson–customer interaction: Establishing a common ground for obtaining commitment
Jarkko Niemi, Ellen Pullins and Timo Kaski
163–181
Building an intersubjective understanding of the patient’s mental suffering
Elina Weiste
183–199
Shared understandings of the human–nature relationship in encounters with small wildlife
Mirka Rauniomaa, Tiina Keisanen and Pauliina Siitonen
201–230
Extending sequences of other-initiated repair in Finnish conversation
Markku Haakana, Salla Kurhila, Niina Lilja and Marjo Savijärvi
231–249
Co-presence during lapses: On “comfortable silences” in Finnish everyday interaction
Anna Vatanen
251–276
Part III. Bodies and intersubjectivity
Achieving the intersubjectivity of sensorial practices: Body, language, and the senses in tasting activities
Lorenza Mondada
279–302
Emotion, psychophysiology, and intersubjectivity
Anssi Peräkylä, Liisa Voutilainen, Melisa Stevanovic, Pentti Henttonen, Mikko Kahri, Maari Kivioja, Emmi Koskinen, Mikko Sams and Niklas Ravaja
303–327
Movement synchrony as a topic of empirical social interaction research
Melisa Stevanovic and Tommi Himberg
329–346
Part IV. Evolving intersubjectivity
Learning to request in interaction: Intersubjective development of children’s requesting between one and five years
Minna Laakso
349–371
How an improvised scene emerges in theatre rehearsal: Constructing coherence by recycling
Marjo Savijärvi and Laura Ihalainen
373–395
Interactional reciprocity in human–dog interaction
Mika Simonen and Hannes Lohi
397–428
Appendix. Transcription conventions and glossing symbols
429–434
Index
435
Subjects & Metadata
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:  2021028773 | Marc record