Skype and domestic settings
Interpersonal video communication as a site of human sociality
Special issue of Pragmatics 27:3 (2017)
[Pragmatics, 27:3] 2017. v, 174 pp.
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Table of Contents
Interpersonal video communication as a site of human sociality: A special issue of PragmaticsRichard Harper, Rod Watson and Christian Licoppe | pp. 301–318
The ‘interrogative gaze’: Making video calling and messaging ‘accountable’Richard Harper, Sean Rintel, Rod Watson and Kenton O’Hara | pp. 319–350
Skype appearances, multiple greetings and ‘coucou’: The sequential organization of video-mediated conversation openingsChristian Licoppe | pp. 351–386
Talking about things: Image-based topical talk and intimacy in video-mediated family communicationMoustafa Zouinar and Julia Velkovska | pp. 387–418
Showing ‘digital’ objects in web-based video chats as a collaborative achievementLaura Rosenbaun and Christian Licoppe | pp. 419–446
The Skype paradox: Homelessness and selective intimacy in the use of communications technologyRichard H. Harper, Rod Watson and Jill Palzkill Woelfer | pp. 447–474