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Conversation Analysis: An Introduction
  • J. Sidnell
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • 26 April 2010
Acknowledgements. Transcription Conventions. 1 Talk. 2 Methods. 3 Turn-Taking. 4 Action and Understanding. 5 Preference. 6 Sequence. 7 Repair. 8 Turn Construction. 9 Stories. 10 Openings andExpand
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Basic Conversation Analytic Methods
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Coordinating Gesture, Talk, and Gaze in Reenactments
In this article, I examine the coordination of talk, gaze, and gesture in the production of reenactments in conversation. Reenactments involve re-presentations or depictions and are thus distinctExpand
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Introduction: Multimodal interaction
Abstract That human social interaction involves the intertwined cooperation of different modalities is uncontroversial. Researchers in several allied fields have, however, only recently begun toExpand
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Describing Morphosyntax: A Guide for Field Linguists
Describing Morphosyntax:. Guide for Field Linguists. Thomas E. Payne. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. 413 pp.
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Conversation Analysis: Comparative perspectives in conversation analysis
Introduction Comparison of the various ways in which people talk in different sociocultural and linguistic communities can easily lead to two, apparently contradictory, conclusions. On the one hand,Expand
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The handbook on conversation analysis
A Análise da Conversa recebe, em The Handbook of Conversation Analysis, um excelente material de referência, tanto para especialistas da área, como para estudantes, sejam da sociolinguísticaExpand
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Conversational turn-taking in a Caribbean English Creole☆
Abstract Conversations in Caribbean Creole English have been described as ‘contrapuntal’ and ‘anarchic’ (Reisman, 1974a). Such descriptions contrast with that put forth by Sacks, Schegloff andExpand
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