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Sequence organization in interaction : a primer in conversation analysis

Author: Emanuel A Schegloff
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007-
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First volume in an authoritative new series by Emanuel Schegloff on Conversation Analysis.
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Schegloff, Emanuel A.
Sequence organization in interaction.
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007-
(DLC) 2007273388
(OCoLC)124031986
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Emanuel A Schegloff
ISBN: 9780511791208 0511791208 9780511285776 0511285779 9780511285011 0511285019 9780511284595 0511284594
OCLC Number: 213380385
Description: 1 online resource (v.<1>)
Contents: v. 1. Introduction to sequence organization ; The adjacency pair as the unit for sequence construction ; Minimal, two-turn adjacency pair sequences ; Pre-expansion. The organization of preference/dispreference ; Insert expansion ; Post-expansion ; Topic-proffering sequences: a distinctive adjacency pair sequence structure ; Sequence-closing sequences ; Sequences of sequences ; Retro-sequences ; Some variations in sequence organization ; Sequence as practice ; Summary and applications. Cover --
Dedication --
Contents --
Preface --
Past and future --
Substance --
Acknowledgments --
1 Introduction to sequence organization --
Capsule review 1: turns --
actions / Capsule review 2 --
2 The adjacency pair as the unit for sequence construction --
Adjacency, nextness, contiguity, progressivity --
Alternative second pair parts --
Counters --
Relevance rules and negative observations --
Upshot --
3 Minimal, two-turn adjacency pair sequences --
4 Pre-expansion --
Pre-invitation --
Pre-offer --
Pre-announcement and other pre-telling --
the pre-pre / A different kind of type-specific pre-sequence --
the summons-answer sequence / Generic pre-sequence --
Multiple pre-expansions --
5 The organization of preference/dispreference --
the terms / Preferred and dispreferred responses --
the practices and features / Preferred and dispreferred responses --
Mitigation --
Elaboration --
Default --
Positioning --
Multiple preferences --
Type conformity --
Summary remarks on preferred and dispreferred second pair parts --
Preferred and dispreferred first pair parts --
6 Insert expansion --
Post-first insert expansion --
repair / Capsule review 3 --
Pre-second insert expansion --
Expansion of expansions --
The extent of expansions --
7 Post-expansion --
sequence-closing thirds / Minimal post-expansion --
"Oh". "Okay". Assessment --
Composites --
Post-completion musings, or postmortems --
Non-minimal post-expansion --
Other-initiated repair --
Disagreement-implicated other-initiated repair --
Topicalization --
Rejecting/challenging/disagreeing with the second pair part --
First pair part reworkings post-expansion --
a distinctive adjacency pair sequence structure / 8 Topic-proffering sequences --
9 Sequence-closing sequences --
Unilateral and foreshortened sequence endings --
Dedicated sequence-closing sequences --
10 Sequences of sequences --
Reciprocal or exchange sequences --
Action-type sequence series --
Successive parts of a course of action --
multi-part tellings / Other relations between sequences of sequences --
11 Retro-sequences --
12 Some variations in sequence organization --
Sequence-closing. thirds --
Distinctive sequence and expansion types --
Preference organization --
13 Sequence as practice --
Non-canonical forms --
Incidental sequences --
Interactional projects, thematic threads, committed lines, etc. Sequence as practice: the bottom line --
14 Summary and Applications --
How to use this book, part 1. How to use this book, part 2. Re-beginning --
Conversation-analytic transcript symbols / Appendix 1 --
Temporal and sequential relationships --
Other markings --
Transcript of a telephone call / Appendix 2 --
TG. References --
Index --
Last Page.
Responsibility: Emanuel A. Schegloff.
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