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Title Between turn and sequence : turn-initial particles across languages / edited by John Heritage, UCLA, Marja-Leena Sorjonen, University of Helsinki
Published Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 487 pages)
Series Studies in language and social interaction (SLSI), 1879-3983 ; volume 31
Studies in language and social interaction ; v. 31. 1879-3983
Contents Intro; Between Turn and Sequence; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; 1. Background; 2. Discourse markers, discourse particles and turn-initial particles; 3. Position in the turn and turn-constructional unit; 4. Turn-initial particles as a resource for social actions; 5. Sequential position; 6. Towards an understanding of turn-initial operations; 7. Overview of the volume; 8. Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; 2. Nu-prefaced responses in Russian conversation; 1. Introduction
2. Nu-prefaced non-type-conforming responses: Departing from the question's action agenda2.1 Operating on the question's terms; 2.2 Responding to questions that embody incorrect presuppositions; 2.3 Resisting the action implemented by the question; 2.4 Problematizing the question's assumption of answerability; 3. Nu-prefaced type-conforming responses: Conveying an epistemic incongruency; 4. Conclusions; References; 3. Bueno-, pues-, and bueno-pues-prefacing in Spanish conversation; 1. Introduction; 2. Distinguishing Bueno from Pues; 3. Bueno-prefacing; 4. Pues-prefacing Responses to questions2.1.3.3 Oh-prefaced second assessments; 3. Well; 3.1 Sequential position; 3.1.1 First position; 3.1.2 Third position; 3.1.3 Second position; Expanded and dispreferred responses; 'My side' tellings; 4. Discussion; Acknowledgements; References; 7. A-prefaced responses to inquiry in Japanese; 1. Introduction; 2. A as a change-of-state token; 3. A-prefaced responses to inquiry; 3.1 Indexing a shift in attention/orientation; 3.2 Indicating a prosocial stance toward an unexpected act; 3.3 Treating the preceding question as unexpected but legitimate
3. Garrwa language and the grammar of ngala4. Ngala in conversation; 4.1 Data; 4.2 Ngala establishing connections between speaker's current and prior TCU; Anchor 154; 5. Pre-core ngala as a turn-initial particle; 5.1 Turn-initial ngala in responses to embodied actions; 5.2 Turn-initial ngala in responses to prior turns; 5.3 Turn-initial ngala in topic management; 6. Conclusions; Acknowledgement; References; 6. Turn-initial particles in English; 1. Introduction; 2. Oh; 2.1 Sequential position; 2.1.1 First position; 2.1.2 Third position; 2.1.3 Second position; Responses to informings
5. Bueno-Pues-prefacing6. Discussion: A cross-linguistic and cross-dialectical perspective on 'order at all points'; References; 4. Two types of trouble with questions; 1. Introduction; 2. Constraints on question; 3. Two turn-initial particles at response beginnings; 3.1 Kulssey: Indexing uncertainty; 3.2 Kulenikka: Reshaping the constraints imposed by the question; 4. Comparing the two particles; 5. Comparing the particles to well; 6. Conclusions; Acknowledgement; References; 5. Diverging from 'business as usual'; 1. Introduction; 2. The Garrwa people
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 23, 2018)
Subject Discourse markers.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Particles.
Discourse markers.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Particles.
Form Electronic book
Author Heritage, John, editor.
Sorjonen, Marja-Leena, editor.
LC no. 2018003068
ISBN 9027264287