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Contemporary Studies in Conversation Analysis (Four Volume Set)

by Paul Drew and John Heritage SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
03/2013
ISBN:
9781446208687
Format:
Hbk 1752 pages
Price:
AU$1,163.00 NZ$1,178.26
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In the seven years following the publication of the much-lauded major work, Conversation Analysis, a number of exciting developments in field have given cause for editors Paul Drew and John Heritage to revisit this important topic. This new four-volume collection, containing all new articles and framed by a new contextualizing introductory chapter, includes works focusing on areas which were in their infancy at the publication of this set's predecessor, and topics which have gained much interest in the field over the past decade, such as language and identity, gender, multi-lingualism and intercultural communication, to name a few. In its deft construction and careful balance of thematic volumes, this truly multidisciplinary set represents the wealth of contemporary research in the field and the contribution conversation analysis's methodology has made to an increasing range of substantive areas of research. Volume One: Social Action and Epistemics Volume Two: Responses Volume Three: Identities in Interaction Volume Four: Institutions and Applications

VOLUME ONE: SOCIAL ACTION AND EPISTEMICS
Introduction - Paul Drew and John Heritage
Interaction - Emanuel Schegloff
The Infrastructure for Social Institutions, the Natural Ecological Niche for Language and the Arena in Which Culture Is Enacted
The Relating Power of Adjacency - Harvey Sacks
Next Position
Mobilizing Response - Tanya Stivers and Federico Rossano
Doing Introductions - Danielle Pillet-Shore
The Work Involved in Meeting Someone New
Contingency and Action - T.S. Curl and P. Drew
A Comparison of Two Forms of Requesting
Extended Requesting - Seung-Hee Lee
Interaction and Collaboration in the Production and Specification of Requests
Offers of Assistance - Traci Curl
Constraints on Syntactic Design
A Technique for Inviting Laughter and Its Subsequent Acceptance Declination - Gail Jefferson
Going too Far - Paul Drew and Traci Walker
Complaining, Escalating and Disaffiliation
Wh-Interrogative Formats Used for Questioning and beyond - Maria Egbert and Monika Vöge
German warum (why) and wieso (why) and English why
Word Repeats as Unit Ends - Emanuel Schegloff
Offering a Candidate Answer - Anita Pomerantz
An Information-Seeking Strategy
The Interactive Construction of a Sentence in Natural Conversation - Charles Goodwin
Asymmetries of Knowledge in Conversational Interactions - Paul Drew
The Terms of Agreement - John Heritage and Geoffrey Raymond
Indexing Epistemic Authority and Subordination in Talk-in-Interaction
Epistemics in Action - John Heritage
Action Formation and Territories of Knowledge
Claiming Epistemic Primacy - Kaoru Hayano
Yo-Marked Assessments in Japanese
VOLUME TWO: RESPONSES
Universals and Cultural Variation in Turn-Taking in Conversation - Tanya Stivers et al
Simple Answers to Polar Questions - Marja-Leena Sorjonen
The Case of Finnish
Caveat Speaker - Gail Jefferson
Preliminary Notes on Recipient Topic-Shift Implicature
Indexing Stance - Rebecca Clift
Reported Speech as an Interactional Evidential
Beginning to Respond - Emanuel Schegloff and Gene Lerner
Well-Prefaced Responses to Wh-Questions
Little Words That Matter - Galina Bolden
Discourse Markers 'So' and 'Oh' and the Doing of Other-Attentiveness in Social Interaction
The Conversation Object Mm - Rod Gardner
A Weak and Variable Acknowledging Token
Oh-Prefaced Responses to Assessments - John Heritage
A Method of Modifying Agreement/Disagreement
'Articulating the Unsaid' via and-Prefaced Formulations of Others' Talk - Galina Bolden
'Look'-Prefaced Turns in First and Second Position - Jack Sidnell
Launching, Interceding and Redirecting Action
Surprise as an Interactional Achievement - Sue Wilkinson and Celia Kitzinger
Reaction Tokens in Conversation
Marking a 'Noticing of Departure' in Talk - Makoto Hayashi
Eh-prefaced Turns in Japanese Conversation
Managing Trouble Responsibility and Relationships during Conversational Repair - Jeffrey Robinson
Confirming Understanding and Acknowledging Assistance - Shuya Kushida
Managing Trouble Responsibility in response to Understanding Check in Japanese Talk-in-Interaction
Stance, Alignment and Affiliation during Story-Telling - Tanya Stivers
When Nodding Is a Token of Affiliation
Two Uses of Third-Person References in Family Gatherings Displaying Family Ties - Piera Margutti
Teasing and Clarifications
The Last Laugh - Elizabeth Holt
Shared Laughter and Topic Termination
VOLUME THREE: IDENTITIES IN INTERACTION
On the Analyzability of Stories by Children - Harvey Sacks
A Tutorial on Membership Categorization - Emanuel Schegloff
Hotrodder - Harvey Sacks
A Revolutionary Category
Categories in Action - Emanuel Schegloff
Person Reference and Membership Categorization
Invoking Categories through Co-Present Person Reference - Sun-Young Oh
The Case of Korean Conversation
Two Preferences in the Organization of Reference to Persons and Their Interaction - Harvey Sacks and Emanuel Schegloff
Alternative Recognitionals in Person Reference - Tanya Stivers
Intersubjectivity and Progressivity in Person (and Place) Reference - John Heritage
The Epistemics of Social Relations - Geoffrey Raymond and John Heritage
Owning Grandchildren
Accusations - Paul Drew
The Use of Members' Knowledge of 'Religious Geography' in Describing Events
Questioning Children - Tanya Stivers and Asifa Majid
Interactional Evidence of Implicit Bias in Medical Interviews
'Categorizing the Categorizer' - Kevin Whitehead
The Management of Racial Common Sense in Interaction
Communicative Behavior and Conflict between African-American Customers and Korean Immigrant Retailers in Los Angeles - Benjamin Bailey
Accounts at Convenience Stores - Liisa Raevaara
Doing Dispreference and Small Talk
Heteronormativity in Action - Celia Kitzinger
Reproducing the Heterosexual Nuclear Family in 'After-Hours' Medical Calls
How Gender Creeps into Talk - Robert Hopper and Curtis LeBaron
A Note on Laughter in 'Male-Female' Interaction - Gail Jefferson
Building Power Asymmetries in Girls' Interactions - Marjorie Harness Goodwin
Conversation Analysis Volume Four: Institutions and Applications
VOLUME FOUR: INSTITUTIONS AND APPLICATIONS
Rights and Responsibilities in Calls for Help - G. Raymond and D.H. Zimmerman
The Case of the Mountain Glade Fire
Citizens' Emergency Calls - Paul Drew and Traci Walker
Requesting Assistance in Calls to the Police
'Did You Have Permission to Smash Your Neighbour's Door?" Silly Questions and Their Answers in Police-Suspect Interrogations - Elizabeth Stokoe and Derek Edwards
Another Look at the Service Encounter - Satomi Kuroshima
Progressivity, Intersubjectivity and Trust in a Japanese Sushi Restaurant
Would You Like to Do It Yourself? Service Requests and Their Non-Granting Responses - Erik Vinkhuyzen and Margaret Szymanski
Streetwise Sales and the Social Order of City Streets - Nick Llewellyn and Robin Burrow
Good Enough - Anna Lindström and Trine Heinemann
Low-Grade Assessments in Care-Giving Situations
Making Sequentiality Salient - Maurice Nevile
And-Prefacing in the Talk of Airline Pilots
'Calm down!' - Mardi Kidwell
The Role of Gaze in the Interactional Management of Hysteria by the Police
The Embodied Organization of a Real-Time Fetus - Aug Nishizaka
The Visible and the Invisible in Pre-Natal Ultrasound Examinations
An Interactional Structure of Medical Activities during Acute Visits and Its Implications for Patients' Participation - Jeffrey Robinson
Reducing Patients' Unmet Concerns in Primary Care - John Heritage et al
The Difference One Word Can Make
Ruling out the Need for Antibiotics - Rita Mangione-Smith et al
Are We Sending the Right Message?
Questioning Candidates - Steven Clayman and Tanya Romaniuk
When Does the Watchdog Bark? Conditions of Aggressive Questioning in Presidential News Conferences - Steven Clayman et al
Making Links in Psychoanalytic Interpretations - Anssi Peräkylä
A Conversation Analytical Perspective
Managing Affect - Johanna Ruusuvuori
Integration of Empathy and Problem-Solving in Health-Care Encounters