Lecture 3 - Gender

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COHI100: Lecture 3 Gender Approach Method to studying conversation Order i Conver Silverman's chapter Harvey Sacks Forum where reputations are made or fade Much of our shared lives with others are conversatio Why study conversation? Studying natural y occuring conversations nges rlaps Transcription notation Focus on smal clips Greetings Simplest conversation: Hel o /Hel o Notable absence Simpler conversation Hel o / <silence> A RULE of conversation Other adjacency pairs: Question/answer, Invitation/ Acceptance Agency pairs Phone cal s: only one person speaks at once We take turns in conversation. Using: turn completio We take a turn in conversation. When it ends anothe Pauses Tone End of sentence Turns identi±ed by We can predict when turns are going to ±nish and 'jump right in' A rule of conversation Turn Taking We listen to what people say and use Each turn 'projects the next' e.g. que And depends on the earlier for its se Sequentual Organization of talk Conversation analysis *,-."%, + / / / ;$51- <%":,5= () -(24,%5$.1(2 / / / G"%2 .$7123 / !,H",2.1$: (%3$215$.1(2 () .$:7 9I6JKLL / MB$. 15 9(B1KLLN / O(-"5123 (2 / I"% $%, .B, -%"-1@:, () .B, 5(-1$: A(%:0 / .$7, .B, )(%#5 .B,& 0(
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