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Author Doehler, Simona Pekarek,
Title Time and emergence in grammar : dislocation, topicalization and hanging topic in French talk-in-interaction / Simona Pekarek Doehler, University of Neuchatel ; Elwys De Stefani, University of Bern ; Anne-Sylvie Horlacher, University of Neuchatel / University of Lyon II.
Imprint Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015]

Author Doehler, Simona Pekarek,
Series Studies in Language and Social Interaction (SLSI) ; volume 28
Studies in language and social interaction ; v. 28.
Subject French language -- Topic and comment.
French language -- Syntax.
French language -- Grammar.
Discourse analysis.
Social interaction.
Focus (Linguistics)
Alt Name De Stefani, Elwys, 1971-
Horlacher, Anne-Sylvie,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents Time and Emergence in Grammar; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Preface; Introduction; 1.1 Close looking at the world: The focus of this study; 1.2 The linguists' grammar, the speakers' grammar; 1.2.1 Grammar-in-interaction; 1.2.2 Grammatical categories and speakers' language use; 1.2.3 Grammar as a resource for interaction; 1.2.4 Grammar as inscribed in the temporal unfolding of talk; 1.2.5 Implications; 1.3 The present study; 1.3.1 Purpose of the study; 1.3.2 Data and procedure; 1.3.3 A note on French; 1.3.4 Outline of this book; State of the art.
2.1 Pathways through a maze: Terminology and categorization2.1.1 A note on terminology; 2.1.2 A note on categorization: The online properties of constructions; 2.1.3 A note on topic; 2.2 Left- and right-dislocation; 2.2.1 Definition and grammatical properties of LD and RD; The co-indexical (clitic) pronoun -- form and grammatical functions; 2.2.2 The discourse functions of LD and RD; 2.2.3 Summary and discussion; 2.3 Topicalization; 2.3.1 Definition and grammatical properties of topicalization.; 2.3.2 The discourse functions of TOP; 2.3.3 Summary and discussion.
2.4 The hanging topic construction2.4.1 Definition and grammatical properties of HT; 2.4.2 The discourse functions of HT; 2.4.3 Summary and discussion; 2.5 Toward a grammar-in-interaction account of LD, RD, TOP and HT; Left-dislocation as an interactional resource; 3.1 Introduction: From monologal to interactional data; 3.2 LD and turn-taking organization; 3.2.1 Competing for the floor: Moving out of overlap; 3.2.2 Competing for the floor: Self-selecting in mid-TCU; 3.2.3 Self-selecting as a "disprivileged" next speaker; 3.2.4 Summary: The online properties of LD and its use for turn-taking.
3.3 LD and sequence organization3.3.1 Opening a post-expansion; 3.3.2 Opening a side-sequence; 3.3.3 Introducing a subsidiary action within one speaker's turn; 3.3.4 Summary: LD as a resource for the sequential organization of actions; 3.4 LD and preference organization: Managing (dis)agreement; 3.5 LD in listing activities; 3.6 LD as a routinized format for assessments; 3.7 LD assessments as same-turn closing devices; 3.8 Conclusion: LD as a resource for turn-taking and sequence organization; Right-dislocation as an interactional resource; 4.1 Introduction.
4.2 RD as a resource for dealing with issues of recipiency4.2.1 Increments; 4.2.2 RD composed incrementally: Pursuing recipiency; 4.2.3 Summary: RD as an emergent construction; 4.3 RD as a routinized format for assessments; 4.4 RD assessments as next-turn closing devices; 4.5 Conclusion: RD between emergence and sedimentation; Topicalization as an interactional resource; 5.1 Introduction ; 5.2 [Ca je trouve 'this I find' + assessment segment]: A routinized format for assessments; 5.3 Ca-TOP assessments in sequence closing sequences.
ISBN 9789027267986 (pdf)
9027267987 (pdf)
9789027226389 (hb ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 911518943
Additional Format Print version: Doehler, Simona Pekarek. Time and emergence in grammar. Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015] 9789027226389 (DLC) 2015023212

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