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Kazemi2020
BibType ARTICLE
Key Kazemi2020
Author(s) Ali Kazemi
Title Fine-tuning locational formulations in mobile phone calls
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Tag(s) EMCA, Farsi, locational formulations, mobile, place reference, anthropology
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Year 2020
Language English
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Journal Discourse Studies
Volume 22
Number 5
Pages 553–570
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DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/1461445620914674
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Abstract

This study examines the sequential and situated organization associated with framing locational formulations by dislocated parties to mobile phone calls for the joint accomplishment of location-related social action. The data come from 22 mundane Farsi mobile phone calls involving location inquiring and/or reporting. The analysis of the data, informed by conversational analysis and Levinson’s conceptual framework of perspective-taking, adds frame of reference (hereafter, FoR) to Schegloff’s location, membership, and topic or activity analyses operative in the selection of locational formulations. The trajectory plotted for location-related action indicates the contingent roles which material, linguistic and semiotic resources play in the selection of locational formulations deployed for co-presence purposes. The findings suggest consequentiality of the-relevant-next action for the framing of locational descriptions and provide insight into how conversationalists interact with their physical environment in a wider social context.

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