LINGUIST List 15.3009

Fri Oct 22 2004

Qs: Lingua Pranca;Conversation/Conversational Analysis

Editor for this issue: Steven Moran <stevelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Pete Unseth, Lingua Pranca
        2.    Kandace Nuckolls, Conversation/Conversational Analysis



Message 1: Lingua Pranca

Date: 22-Oct-2004
From: Pete Unseth <pete_unsethgial.edu>
Subject: Lingua Pranca


Back in the 1970's, some joyfully subversive linguists published Lingua
Pranca. Our library's copy has worn out. I am interested in buying a
copy, or at least getting a photocopy of a couple articles.

Thanks!
Pete Unseth Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Message 2: Conversation/Conversational Analysis

Date: 21-Oct-2004
From: Kandace Nuckolls <kandaceneedmoredesigns.com>
Subject: Conversation/Conversational Analysis


Dear Linguists,

Is there an accepted distinction between Conversation Analysis and
Conversational Analysis? Further, was Conversational Analysis built upon
the earlier sociological movement seen in the 1970-s, derived from the
work of Harvey Sacks, Emanuel Schegloff and Gail Jefferson?

Thank you in advance for your insight. Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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