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Studies of language, thought and verbal communication

  title={Studies of language, thought and verbal communication},
  author={R. Rommetveit and R. M. Blakar},
Intersubjectivity in Open Source Software Development: Expansive Grounding in Distributed Work
This paper explores how processes of intersubjectivity evolve around shared objects of development and concludes with a discussion of how vague and imprecise utterances in postand reply messages may be significant and trigger the co-construction of shared understandings across the developer network. Expand
Language for the Other: Constructing Cultural-Historical Psycholinguistics
Cultural-historical psycholinguistics addresses language activity in its social as well as in its psychological function with corresponding verbal forms. Language is thus situated within the lifeExpand
Ragnar Rommetveit: A full life
Over a long professional lifetime, Ragnar Rommetveit contributed to numerous disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, reflecting discussions in global social science and his own unendingExpand
Interpersonal communication in healthcare
The way medical personnel responds to their needs and requests is an element that boosts performance, contributing to an increase in the prestige of the medical unit and the growing interest of patients-customers in it. Expand
Mediating terror through narratives A corpus-based approach to media translation
Abstract The present study sets out to investigate how terror and terrorism are mediated through narratives of translation by Greek online newspapers. Combining Critical Discourse Analysis (van DijkExpand
Ragnar Rommetveit’s Approach to Everyday Spoken Dialogue from Within
Rommetveit's hermeneutic-dialogical approach to everyday spoken dialogue with a focus on both shared consciousness and linguistically mediated meaning provides both a challenging alternative and supplement to current Anglo-American research on spoken dialogue and some overlap therewith. Expand
The conceptual profile theory is considered in this chapter from a sociocultural-historical perspective. From this point of view, this theory can be a candidate to represent the teaching-learningExpand
Conceptual Profile of Adaptation: A Tool to Investigate Evolution Learning in Biology Classrooms
This chapter reports the process of construction of a conceptual profile model of adaptation, its application to the discursive analysis of episodes of evolution teaching produced in the context of high school biological education, and its improvement through the characterization of ways of speaking about adaptation employed by students and teachers when negotiating meanings around explanations for evolutionary changes. Expand
Conceptual Profiles: Theoretical-Methodological Bases of a Research Program
Conceptual profiles are models of the heterogeneity of thought and language in the classroom, embedded into a theoretical structure that addresses school science social language learning from aExpand
Making talk work : exploring the teaching of collaborative talk