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|Abstract=Technology-mediated (i.e. distant) meetings are complex settings that involve distributed participation frameworks and the coordination of actions in multiple interactional spaces. This paper examines how problems with hearing, speaking, or understanding in the overall meeting space enable the negotiation of alignment and affiliation by co-present participants in the same local meeting space. Conversation analysis is used to investigate the local accomplishment of alignment and affiliation achieved through the sequential and temporal organization of verbal, embodied, and material resources of interaction in three types of situations: during technological trouble, silences, and disagreements. The analysis shows that the local participants draw on their physical setting and the material environment to make interactional problems relevant amongst themselves. During these parallel interactions, the co-construction of alignment and affiliation enhances the sense of local community and enables the building of alliances that are not made public in the overall meeting space.
involve distributed participation frameworks and the coordination of
 
actions in multiple interactional spaces. This paper examines how
 
problems with hearing, speaking, or understanding in the overall
 
meeting space enable the negotiation of alignment and affiliation by co-
 
present participants in the same local meeting space. Conversation
 
analysis is used to investigate the local accomplishment of alignment
 
and affiliation achieved through the sequential and temporal
 
organization of verbal, embodied, and material resources of interaction
 
in three types of situations: during technological trouble, silences, and
 
disagreements. The analysis shows that the local participants draw on
 
their physical setting and the material environment to make
 
interactional problems relevant amongst themselves. During these
 
parallel interactions, the co-construction of alignment and affiliation
 
enhances the sense of local community and enables the building of
 
alliances that are not made public in the overall meeting space.
 
 
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Oittinen2018
BibType ARTICLE
Key Oittinen2018
Author(s) Tuire Oittinen
Title Multimodal accomplishment of alignment and affiliation in the local space of distant meetings
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Tag(s) EMCA, Alignment, affiliation, technology-mediated meetings, conversation analysis, multimodality, interactional space
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Year 2018
Language English
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Journal Culture and Organization,
Volume 24
Number 1
Pages 31-53
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DOI 10.1080/14759551.2017.1386189
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Abstract

Technology-mediated (i.e. distant) meetings are complex settings that involve distributed participation frameworks and the coordination of actions in multiple interactional spaces. This paper examines how problems with hearing, speaking, or understanding in the overall meeting space enable the negotiation of alignment and affiliation by co-present participants in the same local meeting space. Conversation analysis is used to investigate the local accomplishment of alignment and affiliation achieved through the sequential and temporal organization of verbal, embodied, and material resources of interaction in three types of situations: during technological trouble, silences, and disagreements. The analysis shows that the local participants draw on their physical setting and the material environment to make interactional problems relevant amongst themselves. During these parallel interactions, the co-construction of alignment and affiliation enhances the sense of local community and enables the building of alliances that are not made public in the overall meeting space.

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