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BibType ARTICLE
Key Fukuda-Burdelski2019
Author(s) Chie Fukuda, Matthew Burdelski
Title Multimodal Demonstrations of Understanding of Visible, Imagined, and Tactile Objects in Guided Tours
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Tag(s) EMCA, Multimodality, Guided tours, Displays of understanding
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Year 2019
Language English
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Journal Research on Language & Social Interaction
Volume 52
Number 1
Pages 20-40
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DOI 10.1080/08351813.2019.1572857
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Abstract

How do people demonstrate that they have fully appreciated the qualities of an object they have been invited to inspect? If the features are visible, verbal assessment is comparatively straightforward, but appreciating tactile or ima- gined qualities requires more discursive work. To explore the ways in which people show their understanding of these underresearched modalities of objects, we analyze interactions between guides and visitors in guided tours. Such tours are a perspicuous setting, as they are environments where artifacts can be viewed, conceptualized, and sometimes touched and handled. We identify the multimodal resources that guides and visitors use. Data are in Japanese with English translation.

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