LINGUIST List 11.2223

Sun Oct 15 2000

Books: Dialogue Analysis

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  1. Frances Rock, Dialogue Analysis VII, M.Coulthard, J.Cotterill & F.Rock (Eds.)

Message 1: Dialogue Analysis VII, M.Coulthard, J.Cotterill & F.Rock (Eds.)

Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 01:46:46 +0100
From: Frances Rock <>
Subject: Dialogue Analysis VII, M.Coulthard, J.Cotterill & F.Rock (Eds.)

Dialogue Analysis VII: Working with Dialogue 
Selected papers from the 7th International Association of 
Dialogue Analysis Conference, 
Birmingham 1999 
Edited by Malcolm Coulthard, Janet Cotterill and Frances Rock 
IX, 443 Seiten. 6 Abb. Kart. Beitrage zur Dialogforschung. 
Band 22 Ca. DM 212. / SFr 189.-. 
ISBN 3-484-75022-7 
This volume brings together contributors from 30 universities in 22
countries. It includes both theoretical papers which present new
methods of analysis and practical studies of dialogue, much of which
was recorded in work settings - a binary focus encapsulated in the
title, 'Working with Dialogue'. The settings from which the data was
collected are diverse: the media, the courtroom, the classroom, the
home and the clinic, as well as from literary texts. The book is
ordered in such a way that each paper links theoretically,
methodologically and/or topically with those on either side of it.

- Edda Weigand, The Dialogic Action Game. 
- Jim Martin, Factoring Out Exchange: Types of Structure. 
- Michael Toolan, Towards a Simple Schema of Speech Moves. 
- Frances Rock, Exploring Contemporary Method Through Historical Data: 
 Pragma- Discoursal Dialogue Annotation. 
- Peter White, Dialogue and Inter- Subjectivity: 
 Reinterpreting the Semantics of Modality and Hedging. 
- Barry Natusch, Talking for a Living on Air. 
- Arja Piirainen-Marsh, Interjections and the Institutionality of 
 Broadcast Talk. 
- Gerda Lauerbach, Negotiating Defeat in TV Election Night Coverage. 
- Martin Montgomery, Televised Talk: Face Work, Politeness and 
 Laughter in 'The Mrs Merton Show'. 
- Birgit Meerholz-Haerle, "Listen to this one ...": 
 Teachers Sharing Stories and Shaping Policies. 
- Polly Walsh, Investigating Interactional Variation in Interview-Type 
 Speaking Tests. 
- Julia Bamford, Question and Answer Sequencing in Academic Lectures. 
- Luis Perez-Gonzalez, Agenda Negotiation in Emergency Calls: 
 Modelling the Dynamics of Frictional Encounters. 
- Boris Pritchard/Damir Kalogjera, On Some Features of Conversation in 
 Maritime VHF Communication. 
- Almut Koester, Getting Things Done and Getting Along in the Office. 
- Agnes Witko and Michele Grosjean, Les Reunions en Contexte Institutionnel 
 et Leur Formalite. 
- Joanna Channell, Working on the Telephone: How Telephone Receptionists 
 Work With Language. 
- Julia Gillen, "It's not really time for going home." Three- and Four-Year 
 Old Children Learning to Talk on the Telephone. 
- Christian Hudelot/Christine Berger, Les Voix du Dialogue: Usage de la 
 'Communication Facilitee' avec des Enfants Presentant des Troubles 
- Michele Grossen, Therapist-Child Dialogues in Clinical Interviews. 
- Alison Ferguson, Understanding Paragrammatism: Contributions from 
 Conversation Analysis and Systemic Functional Linguistics. 
- Branca Telles Ribeiro, Listening to Narratives in Psychiatric Interviews. 
- Klaus P. Schneider, Diminutives in Discourse: Sequential Aspects of 
 Diminutive Use in Spoken Interaction. 
- Carol Marley, Trading Talk? Interaction in Written Dating Advertisements. 
- Fathi Dali, Code-Switching and Dialogism in 'Lolita'. 
- Murray Knowles, 'Suffering is Good for the Soul.' Dialogue and Ideology in 
 Traditional Juvenile Fiction. 
- Dorota Pacek, Wordplay and Nonsense in Polish Translations of Dialogues in 
 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'. 
- Josiane Boutonnet, Verbal Humour as the Ultimate Level in Language Learning:
 Accessing the Contextual Properties of Humour in Everyday Conversation. 
- Susan Mandala, Talk in the Mind: Scripted Dialogues and Mental Scripts. 
- Rosamund Moon, Lexical Norms in Spoken English. 
- Charles Owen, Naturally-Occurring and Artefactual Dialogue. 
- Janet Cotterill, Multiple Voices: Monologue and Dialogue in the O.J. Simpson
 Criminal Courtroom. 
- Malcolm Coulthard, Suppressed Dialogue in a Confession Statement. 
- Ron Scollon, Hidden Dialogicality: When Infelicity Becomes Fear 
 of Infringement. 
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