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Deppermann, Arnulf / Haugh, Michael (Hrsg.): Action Ascription in Interaction. X/336 S. - Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022.
ISBN: 978-1-110-867341-9
(Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics 35)

Bringing together a team of global experts, this is the first volume to focus on the ways in which meanings are ascribed to actions in social interaction. It builds on the research traditions of Conversation Analysis and Pragmatics, and highlights the role of interactional, social, linguistic, multimodal, and epistemic factors in the formation and ascription of action-meanings. It shows how inference and intention ascription are displayed and drawn upon by participants in social interaction. Each chapter reveals practices, processes, and uses of action ascription, based on the analysis of audio and video recordings from nine different languages. Action ascription is conceptualised in this volume as not merely a cognitive process, but a social action in its own right that is used for managing interactional concerns and guiding the subsequent course of social interaction. It will be essential reading for academic researchers and advanced students interested in the relationship between language, behaviour and social interaction.


Deppermann, Arnulf / Haugh, Michael:
  Action Ascription in Social Interaction IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 3
Part I: Constituents of Action Ascription
Arundale, Robert B.:
  Temporal Organization and Procedure in Ascribing Action S. 31
Drew, Paul:
  The Micro-Politics of Social Actions S. 57
Haugh, Michael:
  Action Ascription, Accountability and Inference S. 81
Mondada, Lorenza:
  Attributing the Decision to Buy
Action Ascription, Local Ecology, and Multimodality in Shop Encounters
S. 105
Part II: Practices of Action Ascription
Deppermann, Arnulf / Kaiser, Julia:
  Intention Ascriptions as a Means to Coordinate Own Actions with Others’ Actions IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 135
Helmer, Henrike:
  Strategy Ascriptions in Public Mediation Talks IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 160
Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth / Thompson, Sandra A.:
  Action Ascription and Deonticity in Everyday Advice-Giving Sequences S. 183
Hiramoto, Takeshi / Hayashi, Makoto:
  “How about Eggs?”
Action Ascription in the Family Decision-Making Process While Grocery Shopping at a Supermarket
S. 208
Wu, Yaxin / Yu, Guodong:
  Action Ascription and Action Assessment
Ya-Suffixed Answers to Questions in Mandarin Conversation
S. 234
Koole, Tom / van Burgsteden, Lotte:
  Actions and Identities in Emergency Calls
The Case of Thanking
S. 256
Part III: Revisiting Action Ascription
Enfield, N. J. / Sidnell, Jack:
  Action and Accountability in Interaction S. 279
Heritage, John:
  The Multiple Accountabilities of Action S. 297
Appendix A – Transcription Conventions (CA) S. 330
Appendix B – Transcription Conventions (GAT2) S. 331
Appendix C – Conventions for Multimodal Transcription S. 332
Index S. 333