Framing in Discourse
The concept of framing has been pivotal in research on social interaction among anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists, and linguists. This collection shows how the discourse analysis of frames can be applied to a range of social contexts. Tannen provides a seminal theoretical framework for conceptualizing the relationship between frames and schemas as well as a methodology for the discourse analysis of framing in interaction. Each chapter makes a unique theoretical contribution to frames theory while showing how discourse analysis can elucidate the linguistic means by which framing is accomplished in a particular interactional setting. Applied to such a wide range of contexts as a medical examination, psychotic discourse, gender differences in sermon performance, boys' sportscasting their own play, teasing among friends, a comparison of Japanese and American discussion groups, and sociolinguistic interviews, the discourse analysis of framing emerges here as a fruitful new avenue for interaction analysis.
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Organization of the Volume
Data for the Present Study
Expectations about Events
Evidence of Expectations
Other Effects of Theft Theme
Knowledge Schemas in the Pediatric Interaction
Illustration of the Footings
The Data and the Analytic Focuses
Japanese Presentation of Reasons
Framing in Psychotic Discourse
Mother you know
The Emergence of Consistent Texts in the Psychotic Fabrication
Description of the Data
Teasing Routines and Participant Alignment
Framing in Sociolinguistic Interviews
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