Thomas Spranz-Fogasy

List of John Benjamins publications for which Thomas Spranz-Fogasy plays a role.

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Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Discourses of Helping Professions

Edited by Eva-Maria Graf, Marlene Sator and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy

[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 252] 2014. vi, 320 pp.
Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Articles

Graf, Eva-Maria, Claudio Scarvaglieri and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy 2022 Practices of relationship management in organized helping: IntroductionRelationships in Organized Helping: Analyzing interaction in psychotherapy, medical encounters, coaching and in social media, Scarvaglieri, Claudio, Eva-Maria Graf and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy (eds.), pp. 1–26
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Kabatnik, Susanne, Christoph Nikendei, Johannes C. Ehrenthal and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy 2022 Relationship management by means of solution-oriented questions in German psychodiagnostic interviewsRelationships in Organized Helping: Analyzing interaction in psychotherapy, medical encounters, coaching and in social media, Scarvaglieri, Claudio, Eva-Maria Graf and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy (eds.), pp. 127–150
The article addresses Solution-Oriented Questions (SOQs) as an interactional practice for relationship management in psychodiagnostic interviews. Therapeutic alliance results from the concordance of alignment, as willingness to cooperate regarding common goals, and of affiliation, as relationship… read more | Chapter
Graf, Eva-Maria, Marlene Sator and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy 2014 Discourses of helping professions: Concepts and contextualizationDiscourses of Helping Professions, Graf, Eva-Maria, Marlene Sator and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy (eds.), pp. 1–12
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Spranz-Fogasy, Thomas 2014 Anticipatory reactions: Patients’ answers to doctors’ questionsDiscourses of Helping Professions, Graf, Eva-Maria, Marlene Sator and Thomas Spranz-Fogasy (eds.), pp. 205–226
This article examines patients’ answers to doctors’ questions during history taking as a central activity format which reveal a deeper understanding of each other. An analysis of medical interactions shows that patients mostly expand the topical, structural and/or pragmatic scope of their questions. read more | Article
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Spranz-Fogasy, Thomas 2002 Argumentative sequencing and its interactional variationRethinking Sequentiality: Linguistics meets conversational interaction, Fetzer, Anita and Christiane Meierkord (eds.), pp. 231–248
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