OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Repairing the Broken Surface of Talk: Managing Problems in Speaking, Hearing, and Understanding in Conversation

ISBN : 9780190697952

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¥15,246
著者: 
Gail Jefferson; Paul Drew; Jorg R. Bergmann
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ページ
360 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
156 x 235 mm
刊行日
2017年12月
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This book is a collection of studies of corrections and repair in conversation, by Gail Jefferson, co-founder of the field of Conversation Analysis and one of its foremost researchers. Throughout her career, Jefferson explored the almost hidden, subterranean world of the seemingly minor errors and mistakes that people make in interaction. Speech errors sometimes have an ideological significance (e.g. a defendant apparently about to refer to the police as "cops" but cutting off just in time to correct that to "officer"). Despite the virtual invisibility of these errors, such problematic moments in interaction bring into play ways of remedying and correcting errors that can have profound significance for the participants. Through these studies Jefferson reveals the delicacy, the subtlety with which moments of communication difficulties and possible miscommunications are remedied, in such a way as to minimize the damage that might otherwise be caused to the interaction. This collection represents the most distinctive, sustained, and incisive exploration of what speakers are "up to" in episodes when they correct errors in their own and one another's speech. Combining rigorous technical analysis, extraordinary methodological innovation, and acute observation, Jefferson explored what she herself referred to as the "wild side of Conversation Analysis." The coherence and depth of her research is revealed in these studies, which include four previously unpublished papers, as well as others that were published variously in less widely-distributed journals and publications. In the volume's introduction, editors Jorg Bergmann and Paul Drew provide an appraisal, for the first time, of the significance of Jefferson's stunningly inventive research into errors and their correction in conversation.

目次: 

Acknowledgements
Glossary of Transcript Symbols
Introduction: Jefferson's 'Wild Side' of Conversation Analysis by Jorg Bergmann and Paul Drew
1. Notes on Uh
2. Error correction as an interaction resource
3. At first I thought - A normalizing device for extraordinary events
4. The preference for self-correction in the organization of repair in conversation (with E.Schegloff and H.Sacks)
5. On the poetics of ordinary talk
6. What's in a 'nyem'?
7. The abominable 'Ne?' An exploration of post-response pursuit of response
8. On exposed and embedded correction in conversation
9. Remarks on 'non-correction' in conversation
10. Colligation as a device for minimizing repair or disagreement
11. A note on resolving ambiguity
12. Remarks on the post-self-correction repeat
13. Preliminary notes on abdicated other correction
Index

著者について: 

Gail Jefferson was one of the founders of the field of Conversation Analysis (CA), known for her innovative methods and notational conventions for transcribing talk.; Jorg Bergmann held positions at various universities in Germany until 2012 when he retired as a full professor of sociology at Bielefeld University. He was one the first scholars to introduce ethnomethodology and conversation analysis to German sociology.; Paul Drew has taught and conducted research in conversation analysis for many years, at the University of York and most recently at Loughborough University, where he is Professor of Conversation Analysis. He has had a number of visiting positions in Europe and the U.S. including most recently at the University of Huddersfield (UK) and Shanxi University, China.

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