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Analysing Talk in Interaction: Schedule of Lectures and Seminars
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explain the aims of the course, and what it will involve.
Lecture 1: The range of interest in language in the social sciences, and a brief account of Speech Act Theory
Seminar: General discussion and orientation to the course
Lecture 2: Pragmatics II: The Co-operative Principle
Seminar: Discussion of Grice's cooperative principle & maxims
Lecture 3: Conversation Analysis I: Its sociological roots
Seminar: What CA started out wanting to do
Lecture 4: Conversation Analysis II: The Basics
Seminar: Exercises in seeing conversational structures and sequences
Lecture 5: Conversation Analysis III: Performing Social actions
Seminar: An examination of a complex case demonstrating participants' uptake of the meaning of an utterance
Lecture 6: Working through the 'CA Tutorial' - transcription 1
Seminar: discussion of 'context' - what do we leave out in transcription?
Lecture 7: Working through the 'CA Tutorial' - transcription 2
Seminar: more on transcription from the CA tutorial
Lecture 8: Working through the 'CA Tutorial' - analyses
Seminar: Discussion of 'teasing' and 'noticing'
Lecture 9: Categories in talk - introduction
Seminar: Discussion of categories and identity
Lecture 10: Categories in talk - examples
Seminar: Work with data extracts
Lecture 11: Applied CA - Institutional talk 1
Seminar: What's the difference between 'ordinary conversation' and talk in business, in a shop, to a help-line, between a nurse and patient, etcetera?
Lecture 12: Applied CA - Institutional talk 2
Seminar: Further discussion of applied issues
Lecture 13: Review
Seminar: Review of the course