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|Abstract=As part of a growing effort to understand the organization of repair across languages, this study examines 2 repeat-formatted other-initiated repair practices in Mandarin conversation. Using the methodology of conversation analysis as a central framework, this study shows that the 2 Mandarin repair initiations under examination, like other-initiation of repair in English, serve not only to initiate repair but also as vehicles for accomplishing additional negatively valenced actions, such as displaying a stance of disbelief or nonalignment. In further explicating the common sequential and activity contexts of these practices, this study shows that the division of labor between these 2 repair initiations in accomplishing additional negative actions is sensitive to 2 intertwining axes: the epistemic stance of the speaker who initiates the repair and the sequential context and positioning of the initiation of repair. It is argued that such a division of labor is consistent with, and is in fact carried over from, the basic meanings they index when serving as straightforward repair initiations.
this study examines 2 repeat-formatted other-initiated repair practices in Mandarin
 
conversation. Using the methodology of conversation analysis as a central frame-
 
work, this study shows that the 2Mandarin repair initiations under examination, like
 
other-initiation of repair in English, serve not only to initiate repair but also as vehi-
 
cles for accomplishing additional negatively valenced actions, such as displaying a
 
stance of disbelief or nonalignment. In further explicating the common sequential
 
and activity contexts of these practices, this study shows that the division of labor be-
 
tween these 2 repair initiations in accomplishing additional negative actions is sensi-
 
tive to 2 intertwining axes: the epistemic stance of the speaker who initiates the repair
 
and the sequential context and positioning of the initiation of repair. It is argued that
 
such a division of labor is consistent with, and is in fact carried over from, the basic
 
meanings they index when serving as straightforward repair initiations.
 
 
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Wu2006
BibType ARTICLE
Key Wu2006
Author(s) Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu
Title Initiating repair and beyond: the use of two repeat-formatted repair initiations in Mandarin conversation
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Tag(s) EMCA, Repair initiation, Mandarin Chinese
Publisher
Year 2006
Language English
City
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Journal Discourse Processes
Volume 41
Number 1
Pages 67–109
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DOI 10.1207/s15326950dp4101_5
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Abstract

As part of a growing effort to understand the organization of repair across languages, this study examines 2 repeat-formatted other-initiated repair practices in Mandarin conversation. Using the methodology of conversation analysis as a central framework, this study shows that the 2 Mandarin repair initiations under examination, like other-initiation of repair in English, serve not only to initiate repair but also as vehicles for accomplishing additional negatively valenced actions, such as displaying a stance of disbelief or nonalignment. In further explicating the common sequential and activity contexts of these practices, this study shows that the division of labor between these 2 repair initiations in accomplishing additional negative actions is sensitive to 2 intertwining axes: the epistemic stance of the speaker who initiates the repair and the sequential context and positioning of the initiation of repair. It is argued that such a division of labor is consistent with, and is in fact carried over from, the basic meanings they index when serving as straightforward repair initiations.

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