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|제목 : Special lecture: Oct 15 13:30 at 6001||글쓴이 : 영어교육전공|
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There will be a special lecture from a distinguished scholar (SLDS) sponsored by TESOL Professional Education Center (TPEC), HUFS.
It will be at 6001 (Basement of Graduate Building) at 13:30 on Oct. 15.
The speakers is Dr. Geoffrey Raymond (UC, Santa Barbara).
The title is Body Trouble: Some sources of interantional trouble and their embodied solution by
Gene H. Lerner and Geoffrey Raymond.
Please refer to the abstract:
This report develops an appreciation for interactional troubles that find their source, not in the talk, but in manual action. We first describe two sources of misunderstanding in visible conduct: these concern material possessions used in interaction and the action implication of body behavior. Here we find that misprojection of body behavior as well as mistaken identity of objects can be targeted by remedial action. We next introduce a formal “phase structure” for manual actions that implement completable projects, and then establish its relevance by showing that onset of body trouble remediation (both self- and other-initiated) can be described in terms of its position within this “manual action pathway.” At each phase we show how remediation is achieved and then conclude by describing a source of coordinational trouble – reduced projectability – and showing that the same elementary forms of action adjustment used to handle troubles associated with misunderstanding can also be used to deal with troubles associated with coordination of manual action between participants and for coordination between manual action and talk-in-interaction.
Geoffrey Raymond (MA, PhD, Sociology, UCLA) is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His research interests include the study of talk-in-interaction, the study of talk and other embodied conduct in the organization of institutions, and qualitative research methods. Serving on the editorial boards of Language in Society and Social Psychology Quarterly, his articles have appeared in American Sociological Review, Social Psychology Quarterly, Language in Society, Discourse Studies and Research on Language and Social Interaction. He is co-editor (with Darin Weinberg and Paul Drew) of Talk and Interaction in Social Research Methods, (Sage), and (with Makoto Hayashi and Jack Sidnell) Conversational Repair and Human Understanding, (Cambridge University Press). He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.