Table of contents for Handbook of language and social interaction / edited by Kristine L. Fitch.

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Contents
List of Transcription Symbols xi
Preface to the Volume xv
List of Contributors xvii
1 Introduction: LSI as Subject Matter and as
Multidisciplinary Confederation 1
Robert E. Sanders
I: LANGUAGE PRAGMATICS
Preface to Section I: Language Pragmatics 17
2 The Contribution of Speech Act Theory to the Analysis
of Conversation: How Pre-sequencesWork 21
Franc¸ois Cooren
3 Pragmatics, Conversational Implicature, and Conversation 41
Robert B. Arundale
II: CONVERSATION ANALYSIS
Preface to Section II: Conversation Analysis 67
4 Conversation Analysis 71
Paul Drew
5 Conversation Analysis and Institutional Talk 103
John Heritage
6 Conversation Analytic Approaches to the Relevance and
Uses of Relationship Categories in Interaction 149
Anita Pomerantz and Jenny Mandelbaum
III: LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Preface to Section III: Language and Social Psychology 175
7 The Two Solitudes: Reconciling Social Psychology and Language
and Social Interaction 179
Janet Beavin Bavelas
8 Language and Social Psychology: Conceptual Niceties,
Complexities, Curiosities, Monstrosities, and How It AllWorks 201
James J. Bradac and Howard Giles
9 Intergroup Communication and Identity: Intercultural,
Organizational, and Health Communication 231
Cindy Gallois, Susan McKay, and Jeffery Pittam
IV: DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
Preface to Section IV: Discourse Analysis 253
10 Discursive Psychology 257
Derek Edwards
11 Rethinking Genre: Discourse Genres as a Social Interactional
Phenomenon 275
Shoshana Blum-Kulka
12 Reconstructing Communicative Practices: Action-Implicative
Discourse Analysis 301
Karen Tracy
V: ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION
Preface to Section V: Ethnography of Communication 323
13 Ethnography 327
Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz
14 The Ethnography of Speaking 355
Gerry Philipsen and Lisa Coutu
15 Microethnography: The Study of Practices 381
J®urgen Streeck and Siri Mehus
VI: EXTENSIONS OF TECHNOLOGY
Preface to Section VI: Extensions of Technology 407
16 Technology, Interaction, and Design 411
Mark Aakhus and Sally Jackson
17 Conversation Analysis and the Study of Broadcast Talk 437
Ian Hutchby
18 Conclusion: Behind the Scenes of Language and Scholarly
Interaction 461
Kristine L. Fitch
Author Index 463
Subject Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sociolinguistics.
Social interaction.