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Title The appropriation of media in everyday life / edited by Ruth Ayass, Cornelia Gerhardt
Published Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 308 pages) : illustrations
Series Pragmatics & beyond new series ; v. 224
Pragmatics & beyond ; v. 224
Contents The Appropriation of Media in Everyday Life; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Introduction; 2. Everydayification and boundary dissolution; 3. Disconnection and interweaving; 4. The role of method; 5. Discourse and conversation analysis; References; Overview of the volume; Patterns of television reception; Communicative activities during the television reception; 1. Introduction; 2. General structures of recipient communication; 3. Changes in preference structures in television reception talk: Directness and disagreements
2. Television and everyday family life and talk3. Dialogicality and intertextuality in everyday discourse and media texts; 4. Who wants to be a millionaire?; 5. Data and methodology; 6. Watching out loud: Family members' engagement with the millionaire quiz show; 6.1 Television quiz show as 'our' show; 6.2 "Is that your final answer?": Appropriation of kernel phrases; 6.3 Joking engagement with the text and images of millionaire; 6.4 Millionaire as a resource in (re)constructing family relations and identities; 7. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Transcription conventions
3.1 Disagreements3.2 Backbiting; 3.3 Corrections; 4. The reception of different media genres: The case of television advertisement; 5. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Transcription Conventions; Notability; 1. Introduction; 2. Research on television reception; 3. Analogies of notability to tellability and related concepts; 4. The ATTAC-Corpus; 5. The workings of notability; 5.1 Notability licensing other-interruption; 5.2 Notability licensing self-interruption; 5.3 Simultaneousness between the viewers' talk and the media text; 6. Multimodality: More than words
7. Notability and its connection to the exogenous event8. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Transcription conventions; Intertextual quotation; 1. Introduction; 2. Intertextuality, intertextual repetition, intertextual quotation; 3. Data description and method of analysis; 4. Intertextual quotation as evaluative stance; 5. Conversational strategies of intertextual quoting; 6. Pragmatic strategies of intertextual quoting; 7. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Transcription conventions; part ii. The reception of media genres; Watching out loud; 1. Introduction
The construction of audience community via answering machine1. Introduction; 2. Research agenda; 3. The radio broadcast; 4. The audience community; 4.1 From answering machine to caf├ęs repaires; 4.2 The messages on the answering machine: Structural aspects; 4.3 From audience to community; 5. The messages on the answering machine: Between shouting session and story-telling; 5.1 Evaluations of the broadcast; 5.2 Assessments and argumentation; 5.3 Reports and other forms of witnessing; 5.4 Announcements; 6. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Transcription Conventions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Conversation analysis.
Discourse analysis.
Mass media and language.
Form Electronic book
Author Ayass, Ruth.
Gerhardt, Cornelia.
ISBN 1283594307 (MyiLibrary)
9027256292 (Cloth)
9027273375 (electronic bk.)
9781283594301 (MyiLibrary)
9789027256294 (Cloth)
9789027273376 (electronic bk.)