Conversation Analysis (SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods)

Editat de Paul Drew, John Heritage
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It is now widely agreed that in latter part of the 20th century sociology has taken a 'linguistic turn'. One of the approaches to emerge out of the linguistic turn is conversation analysis, which is now recognized as one of the most distinctive and genuinely original approaches to the study of language, communication and social interaction to have emerged during the last forty years. Research in conversation analysis over the past 30 years has shown how these and other technical aspects of talk-in-interaction are structured, socially organized resources - or methods - whereby participants perform and coordinate activities through talking together. Conversational interaction is the primordial site of human sociality. Thus these methods are the technical bedrock on which people build their social lives, and construct their social relations with one another.
This comprehensive collection, brought together by two of the leading figures in conversation analysis, will be indispensable to researchers in not only linguistics but sociology, social psychology, communications, and health sciences whose work involved the language and linguistic features of social action.
Volume 1: Foundations, and the principal organizations of conversation
Volume 2: The methodology of conversation analysis
Volume 3: Language and social action
Volume 4: Interaction in institutional and workplace settings
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ISBN-13: 9781412918480
ISBN-10: 1412918480
Pagini: 1624
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 114 mm
Greutate: 2.99 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


"The present ambitious effort warehouses pivotal materials that take the reader through the principal areas of CA [Conversation Analysis] research and publication. The first volume addresses turn-taking and conversation repair, which are the formative basis of CA. Drawing from across the globe, this set also demonstrates the international scope of CA by mixing in among standard texts materials showing its global growth and future directions. Although these materials have been previously published, the value of collecting them into one source cannot be overstated, particularly since work employing CA is spread across the disciplines. Essential."


Introduction - Paul Drew and John Heritage
Simplest Systematics - Harvey Sacks et al
On the Syntax of Sentences in Progress - Gene Lerner
Notes on Some Orderlinesses of Overlap Onset - Gail Jefferson
Overlapping Talk and the Organization - Emanuel Schegloff
Preference for Self-Correction - Emanuel Schegloff
The Relevance of Repair - Emanuel Schegloff
Error Correction as an Interactional Resource - Gail Jefferson
Restarts, Pauses and the Achievement of a State of Mutual Gaze at Turn Beginning - Charles Goodwin
Repair After Next Turn - Emanuel Schegloff
Exposed and Embedded Corrections - Gail Jefferson
Open Class Repair Initiators - Paul Drew
Garfinkel and Ethnomethodology - John Heritage
Preference for Agreement - Harvey Sacks
Agreeing and Disagreeing with Assessments - Anita Pomerantz
Concurrent Operations on Talk - Charles and Marjorie Goodwin
Grammar and Social Organization - Geoffrey Raymond
Complaint Sequences - Dersley/Wootton
The News Delivery Sequence - Douglas Maynard
Telling My Side - Anita Pomerantz
`Limited access' as a `fishing' device
On the Sequential Organization of Troubles Talk - Gail Jefferson
A Technique for Inviting Laughter and its Subsequent Acceptance Declination - Gail Jefferson
The Routine as Achievement - Emanuel Schegloff
On Varieties of Closings - Graham Button
List Construction as a Task and Interactional Resource - Gail Jefferson
Giving A Source or Basis - Anita Pomerantz
The Practice in Conversation of Telling "How I Know"
Some Practices for Referring Persons in Talk-in-Interaction - Emanuel Schegloff
A Partial Sketch of a Systematics
Two Request Forms for Four Year Olds - Anthony Wootton
Figures of Speech - Paul Drew and Elizabeth Holt
Turn Projection in Japanese Talk and Interaction - Hiroko Tanaka
Projection and Grammar - Makoto Hayashi
Projection and Silences - John Local and John Kelly
Confirming Allusions - Emanuel Schegloff
Oh-Prefaced Responses to Inquiry - John Heritage
On Trouble Premonitory Responses - Gail Jefferson
Co-Constructing Meaning in Conversations - Charles Goodwin
Conversation Analysis and Institutional Talk - John Heritage
Conversation Analysis - P Drew et al
A Method
Interactional Structure of Medical Activities During Acute Visits and its Implications for Patients' Participation - Jeffrey Robinson
Authority and Accountability - Anssi Perakyla
`Symptoms Only' and `Candidate Diagnoses' - Tanya Stivers
Presenting the Problem in Pediatric Encounters
Pain Talk - Christian Heath
The Expression of Suffering in the Medical Consultation
Displaying Neutrality - Steven Clayman
Reformulating the Question - Steven Clayman
Who Makes the News - Andrew Roth
Questioning Presidents - Steven Clayman and John Heritage
Sequential and Institutional Contexts - M Whalen and D Zimmerman
Describing Trouble - M Whalen and D Zimmerman
Practical Epistemology in Citizen Calls to the Police
Contested Evidence - Paul Drew
Professional Vision - Charles Goodwin
Doing Okay - Danielle Pillet-Shore
Refusing Invited Applause - Max Atkinson