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Applying conversation analysis.

Author: Keith Richards; Paul Seedhouse
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
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This book explores the relationship between conversation analysis and applied linguistics, demonstrating how the analysis of institutional talk can contribute to professional practice. With a foreword by Paul Drew, the core of the collection brings together researchers from a wide range of applied areas: dealing with topics such as language impairment and speech therapy, medical general practice, retailing,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Richards; Paul Seedhouse
ISBN: 1403942331 9781403942333
OCLC Number: 474220632
Description: 292 p.
Contents: Notes on Editors and Contributors; Transcription Conventions; List of Illustrations and Tables; Foreword:Speech And Language Therapy; Autistic Children's Co-ordination of Gaze and Talk: Re-examining the 'Asocial' Autist; P.Dickerson, J.Rae, P.Stribling, K.Dautenhahn & I.Werry; Co-Constructing Meaning in Acquired Speech Disorders: Word and Letter Repetition in the Construction of Turns; S.Bloch; A Comparison of a Mother and a Therapist Working on Child Speech; H.Gardner; Part Two: Professional Discourse; Talking an Institution Into Being: The Opening Sequence in General Practice Consultations; J.Gafaranga & N.Britten; Would You Like To Do It Yourself? Service Requests and Their Non-Granting Responses; E.Vinkhuyzen & M.Szymanski; Social Identity and Language Choice in Bilingual Service Talk; M.C.Torras; University Students Resisting Academic Identity; B.Benwell & E.Stokoe; Part Three: Native Speaker And Non-Native Speaker Interaction; Different Orientations to Grammatical Correctness; S.Kurhila; Sidestepping Grammar; J.Wong; Discrimination Due to Non-Native Speech Production? M.Egbert; Part Four: Language Learning; The Organization of Off-task Talk in Second Language Classrooms; N.Markee; Vowel-marking as an International Resource in Japanese Novice ESL Conversation; D.Carroll; Teaching Patterns of Interaction in English for Specific Purposes; A.Packett; Conversation Analysis as Research Methodology; P.Seedhouse; References; Index / Applied Linguistics and Conversation Analysis; P.Drew; Introduction; K.Richards; Part One.

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This book explores the relationship between conversation analysis and applied linguistics, demonstrating how the analysis of institutional talk can contribute to professional practice. With a foreword by Paul Drew, the core of the collection brings together researchers from a wide range of applied areas: dealing with topics such as language impairment and speech therapy, medical general practice, retailing, cross-cultural training, radio journalism, higher education and language teaching and learning.

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