Enabling human conduct : studies of talk-in-interaction in honor of Emanuel A. Schegloff /

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Other Authors: Schegloff, Emanuel A. (honouree.), Raymond, Geoffrey (Editor), Lerner, Gene H. (Editor), Heritage, John (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published:Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2017]
Series:Pragmatics & beyond ; new ser., 273.
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Table of Contents:
  • Enabling Human Conduct; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Schegloff and the founding of a discovering discipline; 1. Introduction; 2. Getting to know CA
  • and Manny; 3. Schegloff and the foundations of conversation analysis; 4. How conversation works: Investigations in Honor of Manny Schegloff; 5. Manny Schegloff: A few concluding remarks; References; A discussion with Emanuel A. Schegloff; Reference; A discussion with Emanuel A. Schegloff, Part 2; References; Inferring the purpose of a prior query and responding accordingly; 1. Introduction; 2. Data and methods.
  • 3. Analysis3.1 Sequence type 1: Inferred purpose of a yes/no or fixed choice question is to seek an explanation; 3.2 Sequence Type 2: Inferred purpose of a request for confirmation is seeking response to an associated query; 3.3 Sequence Type 3: Inferred purpose of an open query is seeking information about a specific matter; 4. Discussion; References; Responses to wh-question challenges; 1. Introduction; 1.1 Reversed polarity questions; 1.2 Type-conforming and non-conforming responses; 2. No sequentially appropriate slot for response.
  • 3. Non-conforming responses that align with the challenge3.1 Accepting the challenge; 3.2 Agreeing with the Challenge; 3.3 Agreeing with a challenge to a non-present party; 3.4 Treating the Question as Unanswerable; 4. Rejecting the challenge with type-conforming responses; 4.1 Rejecting the challenge by answering the question; 4.2 Backing Down; 5. Type-Conforming Joke Response; 6. Summary and Conclusion; References; Extended responding; 1. Introduction; 2. Grantings and fulfillments of a request; 3. Data.
  • 4. Customer service: The institutional context of requests and responses in calls for airline reservations5. Overview: A request-response sequence; 6. Extended responding; 6.1 Co-construction and initiative; 7. Summary; References; Appendix; Abbreviations; Accepting remote proposals; 1. Introduction; 2. Remote proposals; 3. Data; 4. The social and syntactic design of remote proposals; 5. Analysis; 6. Concluding Remarks; References; Interactional uses of acknowledgment tokens; 1. Introduction; 2. Analysis; 3. Conclusion; References; Abbreviations.
  • Selection principles of other-initiated repair turn formats1. Introduction; 2. Characteristics of PQs; 3. Selection principles of OIR formats; 4. Theoretical implications; References; Referring to persons; 1. Introduction; 2. Linguistically gendered terms can be chosen without making gender relevant to the action in which participants are engaged; 3. Linguistically gendered terms can be used as a resource for making gender relevant
  • but the relevance of gender can be negotiated and contested.