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|Author(s)=Anja Stukenbrock; Anh Nhi Dao;
 
|Author(s)=Anja Stukenbrock; Anh Nhi Dao;
|Title=Joint Attention in Passing: What Dual Mobile Eye Tracking Reveals About Gaze in Coordinating Embodied Activities at a Market
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|Title=Joint attention in passing: what dual mobile eye tracking reveals about gaze in coordinating embodied activities at a market
 
|Editor(s)=Elisabeth Reber; Cornelia Gerhardt;
 
|Editor(s)=Elisabeth Reber; Cornelia Gerhardt;
 
|Tag(s)=EMCA; Joint Attention; Passing-by interaction; Eye tracking; Interactional coordination
 
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|Booktitle=Embodied Activities in Face-to-face and Mediated Settings: Social Encounters in Time and Space
 
|Booktitle=Embodied Activities in Face-to-face and Mediated Settings: Social Encounters in Time and Space
|Pages=177-212
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|Pages=177–212
 
|URL=https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-97325-8_6
 
|URL=https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-97325-8_6
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|DOI=10.1007/978-3-319-97325-8_6
 
|ISBN=978-3-319-97324-1
 
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|Abstract=The following chapter examines embodied activities of participants shopping together at a farmers’ market. While markets are perceptually rich environments where typical actions, such as noticing, assessing, evaluating and buying objects, occur, shopping together constitutes a complex activity which requires an enormous degree of interpersonal coordination on various levels of organization. Based on data from dual mobile eye tracking recordings of dyads at a local farmers’ market, we argue that gaze is a central resource in the on-line organization of these activities in kaleidoscopically changing perceptual surroundings. The participants’ gaze behavior displays their orientation to the ongoing activity, it projects next actions as well as ad hoc changes in trajectories already underway. Methodically, this study is situated within the framework of multimodal conversation analysis.
 
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Stukenbrock-Dao2019
BibType INCOLLECTION
Key Stukenbrock-Dao2019
Author(s) Anja Stukenbrock, Anh Nhi Dao
Title Joint attention in passing: what dual mobile eye tracking reveals about gaze in coordinating embodied activities at a market
Editor(s) Elisabeth Reber, Cornelia Gerhardt
Tag(s) EMCA, Joint Attention, Passing-by interaction, Eye tracking, Interactional coordination
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
Year 2019
Language English
City London
Month
Journal
Volume
Number
Pages 177–212
URL Link
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-97325-8_6
ISBN 978-3-319-97324-1
Organization
Institution
School
Type
Edition
Series
Howpublished
Book title Embodied Activities in Face-to-face and Mediated Settings: Social Encounters in Time and Space
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Abstract

The following chapter examines embodied activities of participants shopping together at a farmers’ market. While markets are perceptually rich environments where typical actions, such as noticing, assessing, evaluating and buying objects, occur, shopping together constitutes a complex activity which requires an enormous degree of interpersonal coordination on various levels of organization. Based on data from dual mobile eye tracking recordings of dyads at a local farmers’ market, we argue that gaze is a central resource in the on-line organization of these activities in kaleidoscopically changing perceptual surroundings. The participants’ gaze behavior displays their orientation to the ongoing activity, it projects next actions as well as ad hoc changes in trajectories already underway. Methodically, this study is situated within the framework of multimodal conversation analysis.

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