Coordinating Gesture, Talk, and Gaze in Reenactments

@article{Sidnell2006CoordinatingGT,
  title={Coordinating Gesture, Talk, and Gaze in Reenactments},
  author={J. Sidnell},
  journal={Research on Language and Social Interaction},
  year={2006},
  volume={39},
  pages={377 - 409}
}
  • J. Sidnell
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Research on Language and Social Interaction
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 distinct from tellings, which are primarily descriptive. A basic question I address concerns how recipients are able to parse a larger telling into those parts of it that narrate or tell about the events being described and those that reenact them. Analysis of several instances suggests that speaker gaze plays… Expand
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