Cognition, Empathy, and Interaction: Floor Management of English and Japanese Conversation

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996 - Psychology - 252 pages

Conversational analysis is an interdisciplinary field that draws on cognitive science, social psychology, sociology, pragmatics, and the ethnography of communication. These various disciplines provide both qualitative and quantitative foundations for conversational analysis. The ultimate goal of this study is to investigate what communication is: what its goals are, why people talk, and how conversational goals are achieved. The primary concerns of this study are to investigate the interactions among cognition, emotion, and social norms, using the floor model proposed by Edelsky (1981) and Schultz, Florio, and Erickson (1982), and to further develop their model for the analysis of conversational interaction.

 

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Contents

BASIC CONCEPTS AND FRAMEWORK INTRODUCTION
1
MACROMICRO LINK
2
EMPATHY NETWORK
11
KNOWLEDGE IDEA AND MIND
13
THEORETICAL BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION
23
OTHER COGNITIVE FEATURES OF CONVERSATION
34
METHODOLOGY RATIONALE OF METHODOLOGY
47
METHOD OF ANALYSIS Data Collection
56
Floor Structure Among Japanese Speakers
178
LOCAL FLOOR MANAGEMENT AMONG JAPANESE SPEAKERS
183
LOCAL FLOOR MANAGEMENT AMONG AMERICAN SPEAKERS
195
QUANTITATIVE SUPPORT AND INTERPRETATION
201
SUMMARY
206
METAKNOWLEDGE AND METAFLOOR INTRODUCTION
209
THE METACOGNITION METAKNOWLEDGE AND COGNITION KNOWLEDGE NEXUS
210
METADISCOURSE AND DISCOURSE NEXUS
213

FLOOR STRUCTURE AND FLOOR MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION
67
FLOOR WORK
82
CONTEXTUALIZATION OF FLOOR
118
ARHYTHMICITY
147
CYCLICITY IN LOCAL MANAGEMENT
168
SUMMARY
173
CROSSCULTURAL STUDY OF AMERICAN AND JAPANESE FLOOR MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION
175
METAFLOOR
214
SUMMARY
225
PERSPECTIVE
227
REFERENCES
231
AUTHOR INDEX
243
SUBJECT INDEX
247
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