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|Author(s)=Shimako Iwasaki;
 
|Title=Emerging units and emergent forms of participation within a unit in Japanese interaction: Local organization at a finer level of granularity
 
|Title=Emerging units and emergent forms of participation within a unit in Japanese interaction: Local organization at a finer level of granularity
 
|Editor(s)=Beatrice Szczepek Reed, Geoffrey Raymond
 
|Editor(s)=Beatrice Szczepek Reed, Geoffrey Raymond
|Tag(s)=EMCA; IL; Emergence;  
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|Publisher=John Benjamins
 
|Year=2013
 
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|Booktitle=Units of Talk - Units of Action
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|Language=English
|Pages=243 – 276
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|Address=Amsterdam
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|Booktitle=Units of Talk Units of Action
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|Pages=243–276
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|URL=https://benjamins.com/catalog/slsi.25.08iwa
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|DOI=10.1075/slsi.25.08iwa
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|Abstract=Shifting from a focus on transitions between speakers at turn boundaries, this paper investigates the local, embodied, and situated organization of units inside a turn-constructional unit (TCU), and illustrates one way that systematic practices associated with unit construction enable emergent forms of participation. In Japanese TCUs are segmentally produced through sequentially organized sub-unit components. Speakers strategically make some sub-unit components operative creating spaces for recipients’ actions within the TCU construction. Findings demonstrate the ways in which a range of resources are mobilized to build action within a TCU and how actions shape the trajectory of the emerging TCU.
 
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Iwasaki2013
BibType INCOLLECTION
Key Iwasaki2013
Author(s) Shimako Iwasaki
Title Emerging units and emergent forms of participation within a unit in Japanese interaction: Local organization at a finer level of granularity
Editor(s) Beatrice Szczepek Reed, Geoffrey Raymond
Tag(s) EMCA, IL, Emergence
Publisher John Benjamins
Year 2013
Language English
City Amsterdam
Month
Journal
Volume
Number
Pages 243–276
URL Link
DOI 10.1075/slsi.25.08iwa
ISBN
Organization
Institution
School
Type
Edition
Series
Howpublished
Book title Units of Talk – Units of Action
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Abstract

Shifting from a focus on transitions between speakers at turn boundaries, this paper investigates the local, embodied, and situated organization of units inside a turn-constructional unit (TCU), and illustrates one way that systematic practices associated with unit construction enable emergent forms of participation. In Japanese TCUs are segmentally produced through sequentially organized sub-unit components. Speakers strategically make some sub-unit components operative creating spaces for recipients’ actions within the TCU construction. Findings demonstrate the ways in which a range of resources are mobilized to build action within a TCU and how actions shape the trajectory of the emerging TCU.

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