Conversational Routine: Explorations in Standardized Communication Situations and Prepatterned Speech

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Florian Coulmas
Walter de Gruyter, 13 lug 2011 - 343 pagine
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This collection of essays addresses the notion of 'conversational routine', and explores the characteristics of some of the more prepatterned, formulaic, and conventionalized aspects of conversational activity from a variety of perspectives. In his preface, Coulmas claims conversational interaction has its own rules, different from a linguist's notion of 'rule', and that 'conversational rules and routines purport to structure and make possible both the predictable and the non-predictable aspects of conversation' (p. x). Hence the importance of this relatively unexplored side of conversational patterning. Of the thirteen papers included here, three have been previously published in academic journals; the rest are new. Half the authors are European, half are North American; and their disciplines range through linguistics, English, educational linguistics, language teaching, sociology, and psycholinguistics. -- From http://www.jstor.org (Feb. 13, 2015).
 

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Conversational Routine
1
PART ONE PREPATTERNED SPEECH
19
The Structure and Use of Politeness Formulas
21
Health to Our Mouths Formulaic Expressions in Turkish and Greek
37
On Stereotypes in Conversation Their Meaning and Significance
55
Poison to Your Soul Thanks and Apologies Contrastively Viewed
69
Gambits Conversational Strategy Signals
93
The Compliment Formula
115
Politeness Markers in English and German
157
Sense and Ritual in Classroom Discourse
187
Announcing On Formulating Plans
215
On Apologizing
259
On Saying Youre Sorry
273
Linguistic Routines and Politeness in Greeting and Parting
289
Bibliography
305
Biographical Notes
319

The Semantics of Forgotten Routines
133
PART TWO STRATEGIES AND ACTION PATTERNS
155

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