Conversational coherence: form, structure, and strategy

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SAGE Publications, Oct 1, 1983 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 344 pages
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Fourteen contributors present different approaches to conversational analysis. Their analyses of the B-K conversation, which appears as an appendix, will present a challenge to the reader who enjoys weighing the relative merits of each, and who seeks creative solutions to the problems of face-to-face interactions. The book also serves a useful function in getting an extensively transcribed and analyzed conversation into the public domain.

`...an excellent resource for scholars interested in the growing area of conversation and coherence as a part of the total study of human communication.' -- Journal of Communication, Winter 1985

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Contents

Series Editors Foreword by Mark L Knapp
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APPROACHES TO COHERENCE
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A Move Toward Describing Conversational Coherence
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