Wait. That ain’t right: addressing epistemic asymmetry through other-initiated repair – Trevor Benjamin & Traci Walker

Recorded 19th December 2011 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Asymmetries in Interaction”. Trevor…

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Asymmetric access to desk-top computers in the clinic: notes on doctors’ glances at the screen while patients talk – Søren Beck Nielsen

Recorded 19th December 2011 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Asymmetries in Interaction”. Søren…

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Aligning caller and call-taker: the opening phrase of Dutch emergency calls – Tom Koole

Recorded 19th December 2011 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Asymmetries in Interaction”. Tom’s…

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Asymmetries are no joke: Exploring the nonreciprocity of police interview laughter – Elisabeth Carter

Recorded 19th December 2011 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Asymmetries in Interaction”. Elisabeth…

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Talking about medication: the local negotiation of asymmetrical opportunities of topic management in interactions between the residents of a psychiatric centre and their care workers – Marco Pino

Recorded 19th December 2011 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Asymmetries in Interaction”. Marco…

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It’s necessary to X in Italian and Polish: Managing reasons for action – Giovanni Rossi & Jörg Zinken

Recorded 19th December 2011 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Asymmetries in Interaction”. Giovanni…

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Grounding relationality in discursive modes: Intersubjectivity as proto-morality – Jessica S. Robles

Recorded 20th December 2010 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Conversation Analysis at Work…

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Assisting the individual professionalization of young teachers by focussing on their nonverbal expression – Anke Köhler

Recorded 20th December 2010 at Loughborough’s Conversation Analysis Day. The theme for that years meeting was “Conversation Analysis at Work…

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