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Author Pomerantz, Anita,
Title Asking and telling in conversation / Anita Pomerantz.
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2021]
2021

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Author Pomerantz, Anita,
Series Foundations of human interaction
Foundations of human interaction.
Subject Conversation analysis.
Questioning.
Social interaction.
Interpersonal communication.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 259 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Agreeing and disagreeing with assessments: some features of preferred/dispreferred turn shapes -- Commentary -- Compliment responses: notes on the co-operation of multiple constraints -- Commentary -- Offering a candidate answer: and information seeking strategy -- Commentary -- Telling my side: "limited access" as a "fishing" device -- Commentary -- Attributions of responsibility: blamings -- Commentary -- Investigating reported absences: "neutrally" catching the truants -- Commentary -- Extreme case formulations: a way of legitimizing claims -- Commentary -- Giving a source or basis: the practice in conversation of telling "how I know" -- Commentary -- Inferring the purpose of a prior query and responding accordingly -- Commentary.
Summary "This book brings together nine of my papers on the topic of asking and telling. Each paper analyzes complexities that are involved when people ask or tell something to other people. For each of the nine papers, I wrote a short lead-in that precedes the paper and a commentary that follows it. The italicized lead-in identifies the research interests that drove the analysis. The commentary provides my current sense of the paper, including when relevant, a critique of it. As I had conducted some of the research, including the work on preference organization, nearly fifty years ago, I have had ample time to reflect on these papers. In the remainder of the introduction, I briefly describe the atmosphere during the early years of Conversation Analysis (CA), my approach to the field, themes that occur across several of the papers, the order of the papers, and the central points of each paper"-- Provided by publisher.
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (Oxford Scholarship Online, viewed on June 25, 2021).
ISBN 0190927453 electronic book
9780197522875 electronic book
0197522874 electronic book
9780190927462 electronic book
0190927461 electronic book
9780190927455 (electronic bk.)
9780190927431 hardcover
9780190927448 paperback
OCLC # 1224042466
Additional Format Print version: Pomerantz, Anita. Asking and telling in conversation. New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2021] 9780190927431 (DLC) 2020036195 (OCoLC)1199328788



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