Uta M. Quasthoff

List of John Benjamins publications for which Uta M. Quasthoff plays a role.



Narrative Interaction

Edited by Uta M. Quasthoff and Tabea Becker

[Studies in Narrative, 5] 2005. vi, 306 pp.
Subjects Cognitive psychology | Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Narrative Studies | Pragmatics


Quasthoff, Uta M. and Juliane Stude 2021 Children’s narrative interactions: Practices – competences – acquisitionMethodology of Narrative Study: What the first thirty years of Narrative Inquiry have revealed, McCabe, Allyssa and Dorien Van De Mieroop (eds.), pp. 147–162 | Article
This contribution traces which aspects of narrative acquisition have been emphasized in 30 years of Narrative Inquiry. It then uses this synopsis as a starting-point to present a theoretical and empirical framework which can be characterized by some of the aspects that have attracted less… read more
The contribution looks into the mechanisms of interactively establishing identities by managing memberships in the special case of telling a researcher about experiences and assessments with respect to public authorities. Drawing on the particular potential of these data, it is shown how the tasks… read more
Becker, Tabea and Uta M. Quasthoff 2005 1. Introduction: Different dimensions in the field of narrative interactionNarrative Interaction, Quasthoff, Uta M. and Tabea Becker (eds.), pp. 1–11 | Chapter
Kern, Friederike and Uta M. Quasthoff 2005 2. Fantasy stories and conversational narratives of personal experience: Genre-specific, interactional and developmental perspectivesNarrative Interaction, Quasthoff, Uta M. and Tabea Becker (eds.), pp. 15–56 | Chapter
Quasthoff, Uta M. 2002 Global and local aspects of perspectivityPerspective and Perspectivation in Discourse, Graumann, Carl Friedrich and Werner Kallmeyer (eds.), pp. 323–346 | Article
Abstract This article addresses the questions: (a) What kind of discourse abilities children need in order to produce conversational narratives?; (b) In what order are these abilities acquired?; and (c) How do children acquire these abilities in interaction with adults? The first question is dealt… read more
Meng, Katharina and Uta M. Quasthoff 1992 IntroductionJournal of Narrative and Life History 2:3, pp. 183–185 | Article