An initial investigation of the usability of fictional conversation for doing conversation analysis
McHoul, A.W. (1987) An initial investigation of the usability of fictional conversation for doing conversation analysis. Semiotica, 67 (1-2). pp. 83-104.
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This paper proposes that fictional conversations be taken seriously as objects for conversation analysis. It also goes some small way towards exemplifying such an analysis. However, the field of ethnomethodology/ conversation analysis has not been exactly quick to embrace literary materials to date, and it has been especially neglectful of fictional (literary and dramatic) dialogue. Again seriously: one may wonder why this has been the case.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Media, Communication and Culture|
|Publisher:||Walter de Gruyter|
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