|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.87(d)|
Table of Contents
Introduction Esther N. Goody; Part I. Primary Processes: l. The ape legacy Richard W. Byrne; 2. How to invent a shared lexicon Edwin Hutchins and Brian Hazlehurst; 3. Kinship organization Nurit Bird-David; Part II. The Interactive Negotiation of Meaning in Conversation: 4. On projection Jurgen Streeck; 5. Interaction sequences and anticipatory interactive planning Paul Drew; 6. Where does foresight end and hindsight begin? David Good; Part III. Genres as Tools that Shape Interaction: 7. Politeness strategies and the attribution of intentions Penelope Brown; 8. Interaction planning and intersubjective adjustment of perspectives by communicative genres Thomas Luckmann; Part IV. Expressions of a Social Bias in Intelligence: 9. Divination as dialogue David Zeitlyn; l0. Social intelligence and prayer as dialogue Esther N. Goody; 11. Interactional biases in human thinking Stephen C. Levinson; 12. Stories in the social and mental life of people Michael Carrithers.