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100 1  Warren, Martin 
245 10 Features of Naturalness in Conversation 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bJohn Benjamins Publishing Company,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2006 
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505 0  Features of Naturalness in Conversation -- Editorial page 
       -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- 
       Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Why study 
       conversation? -- Specialised discourse types -- Approaches
       to the study of spoken discourse -- Defining conversation 
       -- Naturalness -- Nine features of naturalness in 
       conversation -- Chapter 2: Data -- Introduction -- 
       Naturally occurring conversation -- Data size -- 
       Surreptitious data -- The data collected for this study --
       Conclusions -- Chapter 3: Multiple sources -- Introduction
       -- Turn-taking -- Definition of a turn -- Turn-taking 
       "rules" -- Self-selection of turns in conversation -- Turn
       -taking in other types of spoken discourse -- Maintenance 
       of face and status -- Conclusions -- Chapter 4: 
       Determination of discourse coherence -- Introduction -- 
       Elements of discourse coherence -- Alignment -- Intonation
       -- Prominence -- Tone -- Key and termination -- Language 
       about language -- Feedback -- Conclusions -- Chapter 5: 
       Language as doing -- Introduction -- Speech acts -- 
       Transactional and interactional language -- Ranking 
       discourse types -- Phatic communion -- Language as doing -
       - Conclusions -- Chapter 6: Co-operation -- Introduction -
       - Grice's co-operative principle -- Criticisms and 
       limitations of Grice's co-operative principle -- The 
       spirit of co-operation in conversation -- Solicited 
       assistance -- Unsolicited assistance - utterance 
       completion -- Interruptions -- Co-operative interruptions 
       -- Assertive interruptions -- Appropriacy -- Skip-
       connecting -- Topic as a product of co-operative effort --
       Conclusions -- Chapter 7: Unfolding -- Introduction -- 
       Adjacency pairs -- Exchange structure -- Prospection -- 
       Pitch concord -- Conclusions -- Chapter 8: Open-endedness 
       -- Introduction -- Open-endedness versus unpredictability 
       -- Topic and topic framework -- Topic drift -- Challenge 
       moves 
505 8  Topic shift -- Conclusions -- Chapter 9: Artefacts -- 
       Introduction -- Artefacts -- Openings and closings -- 
       Beginnings and endings -- Conclusions -- Chapter 10: 
       Inexplicitness -- Introduction -- Context -- 
       Inexplicitness -- Forms of inexplicitness -- Ellipsis and 
       Substitution -- Deixis and reference -- Inexplicitness and
       lexical density -- Impacting levels of inexplicitness -- 
       Strict linguistic inference -- Interpreting inexplicitness
       in conversation -- Conclusions -- Chapter 11: Shared 
       responsibility -- Introduction -- Shared responsibility --
       Topic control -- Speaker overlap and turn-taking -- 
       Initiating moves -- Responsibility for determination -- 
       Responsibility and co-operation -- Implications for data 
       collection -- Conclusions -- Chapter 12: Conclusions -- 
       Introduction -- The nine features of naturalness in 
       conversation -- A model of naturalness of conversation -- 
       References -- Transcription notation -- Name index -- 
       Subject index -- The Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 
520    The study describes a detailed and original piece of 
       research work, investigating a very important genre of 
       human communication, and that is conversation. It provides
       a definition of the genre of conversation by describing 
       nine features of conversation, namely multiple sources, 
       discourse coherence, language as doing, co-operation, 
       unfolding, open-endedness, artifacts, inexplicitness and 
       shared responsibility. These nine features of naturalness 
       in conversation serve to distinguish conversation from 
       specialized discourse types. The study illustrates the 
       nine defining features of conversation with authentic 
       conversational data collected surreptitiously in England. 
       While this study is of native speakers of English, the 
       nine defining features of naturalness of English 
       conversation are applicable to conversations conducted in 
       other languages 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Conversation analysis.;Discourse analysis.;Naturalness 
       (Linguistics) 
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