Introduction: Multimodal interaction

@inproceedings{Stivers2005IntroductionMI,
  title={Introduction: Multimodal interaction},
  author={T. Stivers and J. Sidnell},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract That human social interaction involves the intertwined cooperation of different modalities is uncontroversial. Researchers in several allied fields have, however, only recently begun to document the precise ways in which talk, gesture, gaze, and aspects of the material surround are brought together to form coherent courses of action. The papers in this volume are attempts to develop this line of inquiry. Although the authors draw on a range of analytic, theoretical, and methodological… Expand

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