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Unformatted text preview: eld. To put this in my words, gree>ng is a way to say “I can visually and aurally recognize your presence!” Over the phone conversa>on: I recognize your presence through your voice! 3. Adjacency pair format ‐  Adjacency Pairs: pairs of ac>ons in which if one speaker does an ini>al ac>on of a certain type, the other is expected to respond with an ac>on paired with that first ac>on (e.g., gree>ng‐gree>ng, invita>on‐acceptance/rejec>on, summon‐answer, compliment‐ acceptance/refusal, farewell‐farewell ). 3. Adjacency pair format cont’d 3. Adjacency pair format cont’d •  Features of Adjacency pairs (1) two u6erance length, (2) adjacent posi>oning of component u6erances, (3) different speakers producing each u6erance. (Schegloff and Sacks 1973) Speaker A produces the first pair part (e.g. ques>on) Speaker B produces the second pair part (e.g. answer) 3. Adjacency pair format cont’d ‐ condi>onal relevance: given the first pair part (FPP), the recipient should respond with an appropriate second pair part (SPP). ‐ no>ceable absence: if the recipient does not construct a next turn as an appropriate response, this absence is no>ceable Example: A: Nice to see you again. B: (silence) A: Nice to see you again B: My name is Eun. 3. Adjacency pair format cont’d ‐ condi>onal relevance: Given the first pair part (FPP), the recipient should respond with an appropriate second pair part (SPP). ‐ no>ceable absence: if the recipient does not construct a next turn as an appropriate response, this absence is no>ceable Example: A: Nice to see you again. B: (silence) viola>on of condi>onal relevance, no>ceable absence A: Nice to see you again B: My name is Eun. viola>on of condi>onal relevance, no>ceable absence 4. Relative predictability of form and content •  What is said during a gree>ng or part of a gree>ng exchange is highly predictable compared to other kinds of interac>on. •  Formula...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course ANTHRO 33 taught by Professor Wertheim during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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