Analysing Talk: Investigating Verbal Interaction in English
The book offers a step-by-step approach to the task of describing what is systematic in conversational behaviour. The book is organised as a series of practical exercises, teaching skills such as transcribing verbal interaction and identifying and describing special events'. An investigation is made into how participants show awareness of patterns of speech structure (eg taking turns and interrupting).
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Imagining the organisation of talk
Transcribing the organisation of talk
Seeing the organisation of talk
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