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作者 Hayashi, Makoto
書名 Conversational Repair and Human Understanding
出版項 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013
©2013
國際標準書號 9781139611848 (electronic bk.)
9781107002791
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (398 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics ; v.30
Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics
附註 Intro -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Contributors -- 1 Conversational repair and human understanding: an introduction -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 From ̀̀slips of the tongué́ to ̀̀remedial interchangeś́: trouble and repair in the human sciences -- 1.3 Repair as interactional infrastructure - the conversation analytic approach -- 1.4 Repair as interactional resource: making mental processes ̀̀visiblé́ -- 1.5 Repair as interactional resource: disclaiming understanding -- 1.6 Repair in interaction: an overview of the present volume -- References -- Notes -- 2 Ten operations in self-initiated, same-turn repair -- 2.1 The setting -- 2.2 Operations -- 2.2.1 Replacing -- 2.2.2 Inserting -- 2.2.3 Deleting -- 2.2.4 Searching -- 2.2.5 Parenthesizing -- 2.2.6 Aborting -- 2.2.7 Sequence-jumping -- 2.2.8 Recycling -- 2.2.9 Reformatting -- 2.2.10 Reordering -- 2.3 Closure (for now) -- References -- Notes -- 3 Self-repair and action construction -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Self-repair as a means to alter the action -- 3.3 Repaired offers -- 3.4 Adjusting the format of requests -- 3.5 Conclusion -- References -- 4 On the place of hesitating in delicate formulations: a turn-constructional infrastructure for collaborative indiscretion -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Sotto voc delivery -- 4.1.2 Speech-obscuring laughter -- 4.1.3 Euphemistic formulation -- 4.2 Doing ̀searching for a word́ -- 4.2.1 On the relevance of ̀̀uh(m)́́ in conversation -- 4.2.2 ̀̀Preciseś́ and ̀̀delicateś́ -- 4.3 An opportunity for other-completion -- 4.4 Suspending the progressive realization of a turns talk -- 4.4.1 Cut-off just as a delicate term is due -- 4.4.2 Cut-off after partial production of a term -- 4.4.3 Trail-off of a turns talk before voicing the delicate matter -- 4.4.4 Unmarked suspension at pre-completion -- 4.4.5 Emotive expressions
4.5 Turn construction and the social life of a society -- 4.6 The sequential arrangement of delicate formulations -- 4.7 Accomplishing more than delicate delivery of a delicate matter -- 4.7.1 Delivering a seemingly innocuous formulation as (if) a delicate -- 4.7.2 Soliciting other-completion to accomplish more than conjoint delivery of a delicate -- 4.8 Concluding remarks -- References -- Notes -- 5 One question after another: same-turn repair in the formation of yes/no type initiating actions -- 5.1 Introduction: grammar and the epistemics of social relations -- 5.2 The epistemic gradients of questions -- 5.3 Question design and domains of knowledge -- 5.3.1 Whats optional? Whats required? -- 5.4 Questions, and the responses they invite -- 5.5 The distance-involvement dilemma in practices of questioning -- 5.6 Conclusion -- References -- notes -- 6 On the interactional import of self-repair in the courtroom -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Trial data -- 6.3 On the interactional import of self-repairs -- 6.3.1 Presenting a preferred version of events -- 6.3.2 Restricting the epistemic status of claims -- 6.3.3 Conforming to constraints on asking questions -- 6.3.4 The dual import of repair -- 6.4 Conclusion -- References -- notes -- 7 Defensive mechanisms: I-mean-prefaced utterances in complaint and other conversational sequences -- 7.1 Repair organization -- 7.2 Complaint sequences -- 7.3 IMPUs in relation to other pursuits of alignment -- 7.3.1 Subsequent versions -- 7.3.2 Pursuing a response -- 7.3.3 Linguistic forms and pursuing alignment -- 7.4 I-Mean-prefaced utterances in pursuit of alignment -- 7.5 I-mean-prefaced utterances in the context of alignment -- 7.5.1 Using I-mean to complete a complaint -- 7.5.2 I-mean-prefaced utterances and epistemics -- 7.5.3 Equal epistemic status, complaining, and IMPUs
7.6 Defensiveness: repair formatting of complaint explication -- 7.6.1 I-mean as a complaint conjunct marker -- 7.6.2 Complaining as ̀̀complainablé́ and dispreferred -- 7.6.3 I-mean prefacing, epistemics, and ̀̀A-statementś́ -- 6.7 IMPUs in relation to inapposite actions -- 7.8 Conclusion -- References -- notes -- 8 Availability as a trouble source in directive-response sequences -- 8.1 Pursuit versus repair -- 8.2 The summons + directive sequence -- 8.3 A collaborative intervention technique -- 8.3.1 Summoned for ̀̀causé́: preemptive compliance -- 8.3.2 Defying and ignoring: two different trouble types -- 8.4 Managing the inattentive recipient -- 8.4.1 The multiple repeat summons vs. the repeat single summons -- 8.4.2 Gaze tracking, ̀̀face holds,́́ and other ̀̀forced recipiencý́ techniques -- 8.4.3 Preempting recipiency troubles -- 8.5 Troubles with talk in the ̀̀directive spacé́ -- 8.6 Mending alignment troubles: the mid-encounter summons and other exposed techniques -- 8.7 Managing the non-compliant child -- 8.8 Conclusion -- References -- Notes -- 9 Epistemics, action formation, and other-initiation of repair: the case of partial questioning repeats -- 9.1 Data and method -- 9.2 Analysis -- 9.2.1 When partial questioning repeats are understood as [K+] repair-initiation actions -- 9.2.2 When partial questioning repeats are understood as [K-] repair-initiation actions -- 9.2.3 A deviant case and a caveat to prior argument -- 9.3 Discussion -- References -- Notes -- 10 Proffering insertable elements: a study of other-initiated repair in Japanese -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Some notes on the format of the target practice -- 10.2.1 Situating PIEs within the typology of OIR formats -- 10.2.2 Relevance of typological features of Japanese grammar -- 10.3 Sequential environments for PIEs and their interactional import
10.3.1 After a sequence-initiating action: making a prior ̀̀response readý́ -- 10.3.2 After a topic-initial turn: making topical connections explicit -- 10.3.3 After receipting an informing: reopening a once-completed course of action -- 10.4 When ̀̀understandinǵ́ is not an issue -- 10.5 Conclusion -- References -- Notes -- 11 Alternative, subsequent descriptions -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Methodological issues -- 11.3 Your-domain identifications -- 11.4 My-domain replacements -- 11.5 My-domain identifications -- 11.6 Your-domain replacements -- 11.7 Conclusion -- References -- Notes -- 12 Huh? What? - a first survey in twenty-one languages -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Repair across languages -- 12.2.1 Defining other-initiated repair -- 12.2.2 Questions -- 12.2.3 This chapters focus: open-class other-initiation of repair -- 12.2.4 Different strategies -- 12.3 Findings -- 12.3.1 Primary interjection strategy -- 12.3.2 Possible motivations for form of interjection -- 12.3.2.1 Motivation for form of the interjection by a principle of function? -- 12.3.2.2 Motivation for form of the interjection by a principle of antithesis? -- 12.3.2.3 Summary -- 12.3.3 Question word strategy -- 12.3.3.1 Bare question word ̀̀what́́ -- 12.3.3.2 Abbreviated forms -- 12.3.3.3 More complex forms -- 12.3.3.4 Question words other than ̀̀what́́ -- 12.3.3.5 Languages with no question word strategy? -- 12.3.3.6 Summary -- 12.3.4 Visible behavior in sign language and spoken language -- 12.4 Conclusions -- References -- Notes -- Index
A state-of-the art review of conversational repair, with contributions from internationally recognized leaders in the field of conversation analysis
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鏈接 Print version: Hayashi, Makoto Conversational Repair and Human Understanding Cambridge : Cambridge University Press,c2013 9781107002791
主題 Conversation analysis.;Speech acts (Linguistics);Sociolinguistics.;Social interaction
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Alt Author Raymond, Geoffrey
Sidnell, Jack
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