LINGUIST List 27.3981

Thu Oct 06 2016

Confs: Modern Greek, Disc Analysis, Pragmatics, Socioling/Greece

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Date: 05-Oct-2016
From: Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou <pavlidoulit.auth.gr>
Subject: Questions-answers in Greek Talk-in-interaction
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Questions-answers in Greek Talk-in-interaction

Date: 13-Oct-2016 - 14-Oct-2016
Location: Thessaloniki, Greece
Contact: Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://ins.web.auth.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=82&Itemid=263&lang=en

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Greek, Modern

Meeting Description:

The Institute of Modern Greek Studies [Manolis Triandaphyllidis Foundation], Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, is pleased to announce its 2nd Symposium on the Greek Language in Spoken Communication, to be held in Thessaloniki on 13-14 October 2016. The Symposium is organized as part of the Institute's activities on spoken Greek and in the context of the research project Greek Talk-in-interaction and Conversation Analysis.

This year’s Symposium will focus on ‘Questions-answers in Greek Talk-in-interaction’ and the aim is to examine systematically aspects of such sequences in Greek ordinary conversation and in more institutional settings. Moreover, this year’s Symposium will host a session on questions-answers in other languages, so that discussion of the Greek data can be set in the cross-linguistic perspective of talk-in-interaction. The keynote speaker of the Symposium will be Professor Marja-Leena Sorjonen (University of Helsinki), Director of the Center of Excellence in Intersubjectivity and Interaction.

Organizing Committee:

Th.-S. Pavlidou, Professor Emerita (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) and member of the Institute's Board of Directors (Director of the Greek Talk-in-interaction and Conversation Analysis research project)
Chr. Tzitzilis, Professor of Historical and Balkan Linguistics (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) and member of the Institute's Board of Directors
G. Papanastassiou, Associate Professor of Historical Linguistics (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) and Director of the Institute 

Program:

Thursday, 13 October 2016:

16:00-16:45:
Registration

16:45-17:00:
Opening

17:00-18:00:
Marja-Leena Sorjonen (Keynote Speaker) 
Questions and answers: On their structural and interactional relationships across languages

18:00-18:30: Coffee Break

18:30-19:00:
Matylda Weidner
Some observations on the role of czy in polar questions in Polish talk-in-interaction

19:00-19:30:
Jack Sidnell & Maria Martika
Interrogatively formatted questions: An initial survey of their positioning and use

19:30-20:00:
Anna Roussou & Christos Vlachos
Constituent question-answer pairs: Syntax, prosody, and the shape of discourse

Friday, 14 October 2016

9:30-10:00:
Vasiliki Karkantzou
Questions expressing disagreement

10:00-10:30:
Stamatina Katsiveli-Siachou
Assessment interrogatives: The employment of questions during epistemic negotiation

10:30-11:00:
Rania Karachaliou & Argiris Archakis
The management of surprise through questions and answers

11:00-11:30:
Maria Christodoulidou
Τhe interactional work of questions in reporting ABAB stories

11:30-12:00: Coffee Break 

12:30-13:00:
Maria Martika & Angeliki Balantani
Syntactic flexibility in Greek negative interrogatives: Structured preferences, epistemic claims and action formation

13:00-13:30:
Angeliki Alvanoudi
Polar questions in Greek conversation: Forms and functions

13:30-14:00:
Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou
Why are you so late? Why-questions in Greek talk-in interaction

14:00-16:30: Afternoon Break

16:30-17:00:
Costas Canakis
Questions and answers in semi-structured interviews

17:00-17:30:
Eirini Theodoropoulou
(Non)verbal structure of a Greek politician’s questions

17:30-18:00:
Lena Gialabouki & Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou
Reversing roles: Politicians’ questions in TV-interviews

18:00-18:30: Coffee Break

18:30-19:00:
Alexandra Vasilopoulou & Dimitra Kati
The cluster of consecutive questions as a cued elicitation technique in kindergarten trainee teachers’ talk

19:00-19:30:
Eleni Kalaitzi
Teacher questions-pupils’ answers. German and Greek in German foreign language teaching: A functional-pragmatic study

19:30-20:00:
Maria Lakovou et al.
Conversational interaction and Greek language proficiency: The SEPAME2 interviews

20:00-20:15:
Closing


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