Supportive Fellow-Speakers and Cooperative Conversations

Discourse topics and topical actions, participant roles and 'recipientaction' in a particular type of everyday conversation

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This is a study of a specific type of everyday conversation whose essential hallmark is its participants' attempt to gain agreement and consent when establishing and maintaining a continuous and coherent flow of talk. Basing his analyses on the Survey'-corpus and resorting to an interpretative, reconstructive mode of description, Bublitz focusses on two main phenomena: (a) discourse topic and topical actions (like INTRODUCING and CHANGING A TOPIC or DIGRESSING from it), (b) hearer signals and reactive speaker contributions. The interlocutors' topic-centered and topic-organizing behaviour is shown to be predominantly and systematically oriented towards supporting their fellow-speakers to the extent that it seems to be justified to regard large parts of these conversations as having a monological character'.
[Not in series, 32]  1988.  xii, 308 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix
Notational Conventions
xi
1. Introduction
1
2. Handling the discourse topic
15
3. Recipient action: the role of the hearer and the secondary speaker
141
4. Striving for mutual agreement: a particularity of the type of everyday conversation analysed
261
Notes
269
References
283
Name Index
301
Subject Index
305
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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