This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to talk and its role
in creating workplace practice and relationships. Analytic tools
drawn from ethnography, conversation analysis, interactional
sociolinguistics and discourse analysis illuminate a range of
workplace discourses. The book is a key text for graduate students
as well as for lecturers and and researchers across a range of
disciplines: sociolinguistics, sociology, culture and communication
studies, applied linguistics.
Even this relatively long review cannot capture the scope, depth and excellent quality of Sarangi and Roberts' collection. This volume should be required reading for anyone carrying out research within an ethnomethodological, discourse analytical, pragmatic, or related framework. A detailed and useful subject index [...] complements this volume. Frank Nuessel in: Language Problems and Language Planning 2001
1;Frontmatter;1 2;Contents;9 3;The dynamics of interactional and institutional orders in work-related settings;13 4;Introduction: Discursive hybridity in medical work;73 5;Medical discourse evidentiality and the construction of professional responsibility;87 6;Appropriation of voice and presentation of self as a fellow physician: Aspects of a discourse of apprenticeship in medicine;121 7;Local identities and institutional practices: Constructing the record of professional collaboration;157 8;The interaction of cognitive and cultural models in health care delivery;195 9;Introduction: Negotiating and legitimating roles and identities;239 10;Reconfirming normality: The constitution of reassurance in talks between midwives and expectant mothers;249 11;Professional neutralism in family mediation;283 12;The legitimation of the client and the profession: Identities and roles in social work discourse;305 13;Industrial instability and the discourse of enterprise bargaining;335 14;Constructing professional identity: "Doing power" in policy units;363 15;Introduction: Revisiting different analytic frameworks;401 16;Warriors or collaborators: Reworking methodological controversies in the study of institutional interaction;413 17;"Text" and "con-text": Talk bias in studies of health care work;439 18;On interactional sociolinguistic method;465 19;Hybridity in gatekeeping discourse: Issues of practical relevance for the researcher;485 20;Backmatter;517
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