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Title Interactional competences in institutional settings : from school to the workplace / edited by Simona Pekarek Doehler, Adrian Bangerter, Genevieve de Weck, Laurent Filliettaz, Esther Gonzalez-Martinez, Cecile Petitjean
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
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Descript 1 online resource (xv, 286 pages) : digital ; 22 cm
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Note -- Chapter 1 - Interactional competences in institutional settings: Young people between school and work: Simona Pekarek Doehler & Cecile Petitjean -- Section I - Institutional practices between school and the workplace -- Chapter 2 - Expressing personal opinions in classroom interactions: The role of humor and displays of uncertainty: Virginie Degoumois, Cecile Petitjean & Simona Pekarek Doehler -- Chapter 3 - The use of personal storytelling in speech and language therapist-adolescent interactions: Genevieve de Weck, Audrey Sublon & Gwendoline Fox -- Chapter 4 - Shaping participation in vocational training interactions: The case of schisming: Vassiliki Markaki & Laurent Filliettaz -- Chapter 5 - Taking the initiative in job interviews: Extended responses to questions and storytelling: Adrian Bangerter & Paloma Gosteli-Corvalan -- Chapter 6 - Newcomer nurses' telephone calls to porters and doctors: Inquiring and reporting as vehicles for requests: Anca Cristina Sterie & Esther Gonzalez-Martinez -- Section II - Transitioning into work -- Chapter 7 - Becoming a 'good nurse': Social norms of conduct and the management of interpersonal relations: Helen Melander -- Chapter 8 - Toward a conversation analytic framework for tracking interactional competence development from school to work: Hanh thi Nguyen -- Chapter 9 - Transitions and interactional competence: Negotiating boundaries through talk: Meredith Marra, Janet Holmes & Keely Kidner -- Chapter 10 - Transitioning to effective medical practice: Junior doctors' learning through co-working with pharmacists: Christy Noble & Stephen Billett
This interdisciplinary volume brings together leading scholars from several disciplines to uncover the key to young people's socialization within institutional settings, from school to the workplace. Among the questions they consider are: what aspects of interactional competence are relevant for participation in practical activities within those settings? What are the interactional procedures through which diverse facets of interactional competence are recognized, legitimized and assessed in the course of practical activities? How do these procedures shape and reflect social institutions and people's understanding of them? The collection discusses interactional competences across a variety of institutional settings, and reflects on the institutional order by scrutinizing how such competences are interactionally treated within everyday institutional practices. The volume enriches an interdisciplinary understanding of fundamental concepts in the social sciences and will therefore be of interest to those working within linguistics, sociology, education, psychology of work, and speech therapy
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Career education
School-to-work transition
Linguistics
Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Sociolinguistics
Sociology of Work
Sociology of Education
Linguistic Anthropology
Alt Author Pekarek Doehler, Simona, editor
Bangerter, Adrian, editor
de Weck, Genevieve, editor
Filliettaz, Laurent, editor
Gonzalez-Martinez, Esther, editor
Petitjean, Cecile, editor
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