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Overview

This book explores the relationship between conversation analysis and applied linguistics, demonstrating how the analysis of institutional talk can contribute to professional practice. With a foreword by Paul Drew, the core of the collection brings together researchers from a wide range of applied areas, dealing with topics such as language impairment and speech therapy, medical general practice, retailing, cross-cultural training, radio jourbanalism, higher education and language teaching and learning.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781403942333
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 7/1/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 312
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Meet the Author

Keith Richards was formerly Director of the Language Studies Unit at Aston University and is now Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Language Education at Warwick University. Paul Seedhouse is Postgraduate Research Co-ordinator and Director of the Integrated PhD in Educational and Applied Linguistics programme at the School of Education at the University of Newcastle.

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Table of Contents

Notes on Editors and Contributors
• List of Illustrations and Tables
• Transcription Conventions
• Foreword: Applied Linguistics and Conversation Analysis; P.Drew
• Introduction; K.Richards
• PART ONE: SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY
• Autistic Children's Co-ordination of Gaze and Talk: Re-examining the 'Asocial' Autist; P.Dickerson, J.Rae, P.Stribling, K.Dautenhahn & I.Werry
• Co-Constructing Meaning in Acquired Speech Disorders: Word and Letter Repetition in the Construction of Turbans; S.Bloch
• A Comparison of a Mother and a Therapist Working on Child Speech; H.Gardner
• PART TWO: PROFESSIONAL DISCOURSE
• Talking an Institution Into Being: The Opening Sequence in General Practice Consultations; J.Gafaranga & N.Britten
• Would You Like To Do It Yourself? Service Requests and Their Non-Granting Responses; E.Vinkhuyzen & M.Szymanski
• Social Identity and Language Choice in Bilingual Service Talk; M.C.Torras
• University Students Resisting Academic Identity; B.Benwell & E.Stokoe
• PART THREE: NATIVE SPEAKER AND NON-NATIVE SPEAKER INTERACTION
• Different Orientations to Grammatical Correctness; S.Kurhila
• Sidestepping Grammar; J.Wong
• Discrimination Due to Non-Native Speech Production? M.Egbert
• PART FOUR: LANGUAGE LEARNING
• The Organization of Off-task Talk in Second Language Classrooms; N.Markee
• Vowel-marking as an Interactional Resource in Japanese Novice ESL Conversation; D.Carroll
• Teaching Patterns of Interaction in English for Specific Purposes; A.Packett
• Conversation Analysis as Research Methodology; P.Seedhouse
• Bibliography
• Index

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