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Com 204 Lecture 11-5-08 Title Article summary assignment: due Wednesday, 11/19 Find an article from a scholarly communication journal that usues either ethnography or conversation analysis. In 1-2 typed, double-spaced pages: o Summarize the article (2/3 pg) o Identify the finding or approach you find most interesting, and why (the basis for your thesis). (What I found most interesting about this study was _____, because _______.) (Halfway through paper) o Head the paper with the article’s APA reference *Purdue Library Website (ComAbstract) **Deborah Tannen? (Men & Women Talking) Conversation Analysis compared to pointalism Definition: Conversation analysis studies “talk-in-interaction.” Body language Tone of voice Volume Facial expressions Pauses Transcribing: 1 minute = 1hour (without even beginning analysis)
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Unformatted text preview: Common C.A. transcription symbols • (2.3) Pause, measured in seconds to the tenth • CAPS Loud • Stre:::tched sound • ? Upward inflection • . Downward inflection Video: • hello (1.8) I’m here (pause) • okay (pause) • hello • hi • where’s the cigarettes • in the kitchen • the camera’s on • yes • are you talking to it while you work • no (laughs) • what y’ doing then • laughs • what’s the point oh god look at what I’m wearing. Ethnomethodology • Professor Robert’s work with human-animal interaction o Baby talk (defined) o Quotatives (statement attributed to an animal) o Triangling (indirect –direct negative statement at animal, not owner)...
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