Über den Autor
Jack Sidnell is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto, Canada. He is the author of Talk and Practical Epistemology: The Social Life of Knowledge in a Caribbean Community (2005), the editor of Conversation Analysis: Comparative Perspectives (2009) and the author of Conversation Analysis: An Introduction (2010).rnTanya Stivers is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She is the author of Prescribing Under Pressure: Parent-Physician Conversations and Antibiotics (2007), and co-editor of Person Reference in Interaction: Linguistic, Cultural and Social Perspectives (with N. Enfield, 2007), and of The Morality of Knowledge in Conversation (with L. Mondada and J. Steensig, 2011).
Notes on Contributors viiirnAcknowledgments xvirn1 Introduction 1rnTanya Stivers and Jack SidnellrnPart I Studying Social Interaction from a CA Perspective 9rn2 Everyone and No One to Turn to: Intellectual Roots and Contexts for Conversation Analysis 11rnDouglas W. Maynardrn3 The Conversation Analytic Approach to Data Collection 32rnLorenza Mondadarn4 The Conversation Analytic Approach to Transcription 57rnAlexa Hepburn and Galina B. Boldenrn5 Basic Conversation Analytic Methods 77rnJack SidnellrnPart II Fundamental Structures of Conversation 101rn6 Action Formation and Ascription 103rnStephen C. Levinsonrn7 Turn Design 131rnPaul Drewrn8 Turn-Constructional Units and the Transition-Relevance Place 150rnSteven E. Claymanrn9 Turn Allocation and Turn Sharing 167rnMakoto Hayashirn10 Sequence Organization 191rnTanya Stiversrn11 Preference 210rnAnita Pomerantz and John Heritagern12 Repair 229rnCelia Kitzingerrn13 Overall Structural Organization 257rnJeffrey D. RobinsonrnPart III Key Topics in CA 281rn14 Embodied Action and Organizational Activity 283rnChristian Heath and Paul Luffrn15 Gaze in Conversation 308rnFederico Rossanorn16 Emotion, Affect and Conversation 330rnJohanna Ruusuvuorirn17 Affiliation in Conversation 350rnAnna Lindström and Marja-Leena Sorjonenrn18 Epistemics in Conversation 370rnJohn Heritagern19 Question Design in Conversation 395rnKaoru Hayanorn20 Response Design in Conversation 415rnSeung-Hee Leern21 Reference in Conversation 433rnN. J. Enfieldrn22 Phonetics and Prosody in Conversation 455rnGareth Walkerrn23 Grammar in Conversation 475rnHarrie Mazelandrn24 Storytelling in Conversation 492rnJenny MandelbaumrnPart IV Key Contexts of Study in CA: Populations and Settings 509rn25 Interaction among Children 511rnMardi Kidwellrn26 Conversation Analysis and the Study of Atypical Populations 533rnCharles Antaki and Ray Wilkinsonrn27 Conversation Analysis in Psychotherapy 551rnAnssi Peräkylärn28 Conversation Analysis in Medicine 575rnVirginia Teas Gill and Felicia Robertsrn29 Conversation Analysis in the Classroom 593rnRod Gardnerrn30 Conversation Analysis in the Courtroom 612rnMartha Komterrn31 Conversation Analysis in the News Interview 630rnSteven E. ClaymanrnPart V CA across the Disciplines 657rn32 Conversation Analysis and Sociology 659rnJohn Heritage and Tanya Stiversrn33 Conversation Analysis and Communication 674rnWayne A. Beachrn34 Conversation Analysis and Anthropology 688rnIgnasi Clementern35 Conversation Analysis and Psychology 701rnJonathan Potter and Derek Edwardsrn36 Conversation Analysis and Linguistics 726rnBarbara A. Fox, Sandra A. Thompson, Cecilia E. Ford and Elizabeth Couper-KuhlenrnReferences 741rnNames Index 812rnTopic Index 815
Presenting a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of theoretical and descriptive research in the field, The Handbook of Conversation Analysis brings together contributions by leading international experts to provide an invaluable information resource and reference for scholars of social interaction across the areas of conversation analysis, discourse analysis, linguistic anthropology, interpersonal communication, discursive psychology and sociolinguistics.
* Ideal as an introduction to the field for upper level undergraduates and as an in-depth review of the latest developments for graduate level students and established scholars
* Five sections outline the history and theory, methods, fundamental concepts, and core contexts in the study of conversation, as well as topics central to conversation analysis
* Written by international conversation analysis experts, the book covers a wide range of topics and disciplines, from reviewing underlying structures of conversation, to describing conversation analysis' relationship to anthropology, communication, linguistics, psychology, and sociology