Research into the relationship between conversation analysis (CA) and different areas of applied linguistics is increasing rapidly. The aim of this volume is to show how conversation analysis can make a significant contribution to the teaching of spoken language for specific purposes (LSP) and to provide a firm foundation for future research and practice in this area. The first-ever collection in this area, the volume provides a theoretical and methodological framework for applying CA to LSP, as well as a series of illustrations of practical applications of CA in specific domains including interpreting, journalism, service encounters, academic discourse and the language classroom. The chapters in this collection are all written by CA practitioners with experience in the teaching of language for specific purposes and will appeal to researchers and students in applied linguistics and the social sciences, particularly those working in LSP teaching and teacher training.Hugo Bowles, Paul Seedhouse ... If we examine the area of telephone call openings, first investigated by Schegloff in the United States (1968, 1979, 1986), a number of CA comparative investigations have been carried out in other ... However, in order to make comparisons, the analyst needs a constant frame of reference.
|Title||:||Conversation Analysis and Language for Specific Purposes|
|Author||:||Hugo Bowles, Paul Seedhouse|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2007-01-01|