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Transcript Notational Conventions for Conversation Analysis Adapted from Clayman, S. & Reisner, A., “Gatekeeping in action: Editorial conferences and assessments of newsorthiness. American Sociological Review , 1998, 63 , April, 178-199. For a more detailed exposition of transcription symbols, see Atkinson, J. M. & Heritage, J. (1984). Structures of social action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ix-xvi. ED: That’s our po licy. Underlined items were markedly stressed. ED: That’s our po::licy. Colon(s) indicate the prior sound was prolonged. ED: THAT’S our policy. Capital letters indicate increased volume. ED: That’s our- policy. A hyphen denotes a glottal stop or “cut-off” of sound. ED: ·hhhh That’s our policy. Strings of “h” mark audible breathing. The longer the string, the longer the breath. A period preceding BE: I hhhh would agree. denotes inbreath; no period denotes outbreath. ED:
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