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Embodied interaction language and body in the material world ; [learning in doing: social, cogmitive, and computational perspectives]

Author: Jürgen Streeck; Charles Goodwin; Curtis LeBaron
Publisher: New York Cambridge Univ. Press 2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. paperback edView all editions and formats
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"How do people organize their body movement and talk when they interact with one another in the material world? How do they coordinate linguistic structures with bodily resources (such as gaze and gesture) to bring about coherent and intelligible courses of action? How are physical settings, artifacts, technologies, and non-linguistic sign-systems implicated in social interaction and shared cognition? This volume  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jürgen Streeck; Charles Goodwin; Curtis LeBaron
ISBN: 9781107630420 1107630428 9780521895637 0521895634
OCLC Number: 931585331
Notes: Hier auch später erschienene, unveränderte Nachdrucke
Description: XIII, 308 S. illustrations, graph. Darst. 29 cm
Contents: 1. Embodied interaction in the material world: an introduction Jürgen Streeck, Charles Goodwin and Curtis LeBaron; Part I. Founding Capacities: 2. Collaborative construction of multimodal utterances Edwin Hutchins and Saeko Nomura; 3. Formal structures of practical tasks: a resource for action in the social life of very young children Gene H. Lerner, Don H. Zimmerman and Mardi Kidwell; 4. Elements of formulation N.J. Enfield; 5. The changing meanings of things: found objects and inscriptions in social interaction Jürgen Streeck; 6. Choreographies of attention: multimodality in a routine family activity Eve Tulbert and Marjorie Harness Goodwin; 7. Some functions of speaker head nods Hiromi Aoki; 8. The multimodal mechanics of collaborative unit construction in Japanese conversation Shimako Iwasaki; Part II. Transformational Ecologies: 9. Creating contexts for actions: multimodal practices for managing children's conduct in the childcare classroom Siri Mehus; 10. Multilingual multimodality: communicative difficulties and their solutions in second language use Marianne Gullberg; 11. On the use of graphic resources in interaction by people with communication disorders Ray Wilkinson, Steven Bloch and Michael Clarke; 12. Terra incognita: social interaction among blind children Sharon Avital and Jürgen Streeck; 13. Contextures of action Charles Goodwin; 14. 'A full inspiration tray': multimodality across real and virtual spaces Elizabeth Keating and Chiho Sunakawa; Part III. Professional Communities: 15. The organization of concurrent courses of action in surgical demonstrations Lorenza Mondada; 16. Pursuing a response: prodding recognition and expertise within a surgical team Alan Zemel, Timothy Koschmann and Curtis LeBaron; 17. Building stories: the embodied narration of what might come to pass Keith M. Murphy; 18. Embodied arguments: verbal claims and bodily evidence Julien C. Mirivel; 19. Facilitating tool use in the photography studio through language, gesture, and the act of comparison Scott Phillabaum; 20. Gesture and institutional interaction Christian Heath and Paul Luff; 21. Musical spaces John B. Haviland. Machine generated contents note: 1. Embodied interaction in the material world: an introduction Jürgen Streeck, Charles Goodwin and Curtis LeBaron; Part I. Founding Capacities: 2. Collaborative construction of multimodal utterances Edwin Hutchins and Saeko Nomura; 3. Formal structures of practical tasks: a resource for action in the social life of very young children Gene H. Lerner, Don H. Zimmerman and Mardi Kidwell; 4. Elements of formulation N.J. Enfield; 5. The changing meanings of things: found objects and inscriptions in social interaction Jürgen Streeck; 6. Choreographies of attention: multimodality in a routine family activity Eve Tulbert and Marjorie Harness Goodwin; 7. Some functions of speaker head nods Hiromi Aoki; 8. The multimodal mechanics of collaborative unit construction in Japanese conversation Shimako Iwasaki; Part II. Transformational Ecologies: 9. Creating contexts for actions: multimodal practices for managing children's conduct in the childcare classroom Siri Mehus; 10. Multilingual multimodality: communicative difficulties and their solutions in second language use Marianne Gullberg; 11. On the use of graphic resources in interaction by people with communication disorders Ray Wilkinson, Steven Bloch and Michael Clarke; 12. Terra incognita: social interaction among blind children Sharon Avital and Jürgen Streeck; 13. Contextures of action Charles Goodwin; 14. 'A full inspiration tray': multimodality across real and virtual spaces Elizabeth Keating and Chiho Sunakawa; Part III. Professional Communities: 15. The organization of concurrent courses of action in surgical demonstrations Lorenza Mondada; 16. Pursuing a response: prodding recognition and expertise within a surgical team Alan Zemel, Timothy Koschmann and Curtis LeBaron; 17. Building stories: the embodied narration of what might come to pass Keith M. Murphy; 18. Embodied arguments: verbal claims and bodily evidence Julien C. Mirivel; 19. Facilitating tool use in the photography studio through language, gesture, and the act of comparison Scott Phillabaum; 20. Gesture and institutional interaction Christian Heath and Paul Luff; 21. Musical spaces John B. Haviland.
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