Table of contents for Conversation analysis : comparative perspectives / edited by Jack Sidnell.


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Introduction; 1. Comparative perspectives in conversation analysis Jack Sidnell; Part I. Repair and Beyond: 2. Repetition in the initiation of repair Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu; 3. The site of initiation in same turn self repair Barbara Fox, Fay Wouk, Makoto Hayashi, Steven Fincke, Liang Tao, Marja-Leena Sorjonen, Minna Laakso and Wilfrido Flores Hernandez; 4. Repairing reference Maria Egbert, Andrea Golato and Jeffrey D. Robinson; Part II. Aspects of Response: 5. Projecting non-alignment in conversation Anna Lindström; 6. Answers to inapposite inquiries Trine Heinemann; 7. Gaze, questioning and culture Federico Rossano, Penelope Brown and Stephen C. Levinson; 8. Negotiating boundaries in talk Makoto Hayashi and Kyung-eun Yoon; Part III. Action Formation and Sequencing: 9. Alternative responses to assessments Marja-Leena Sorjonen and Auli Hakulinen; 10. Language-specific resources in repair and asessments Jack Sidnell; 11. Implementing delayed actions Galina B. Bolden; Conclusion: 12. Commentary Emanuel Schegloff.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Conversation analysis.
Conversation analysis -- Cross-cultural studies.