Co-Operative Engagements in Intertwined Semiosis: Essays in Honour of Charles Goodwin [Pehme köide]

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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 418 pages, kaal: 318 g
  • Sari: Tartu Semiotics Library 19
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Mar-2018
  • Kirjastus: University of Tartu Press
  • ISBN-10: 9949776880
  • ISBN-13: 9789949776887
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  • ISBN-10: 9949776880
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For almost 40 years Charles Goodwin’s pioneering work has re-shaped the field of human interaction studies and has shed light on a pervasive form of social action that he calls intertwined semiosis.

Defined as the act of laminating different kinds of semiotic materials, contributed by different actors, into local arrangements for the building of conjoint action, intertwined semiosis, Goodwin maintains, is the distinctive form of human sociality and cognition.

Moreover, in the course of making his extremely detailed and astute investigations into what human sign users are doing as they make meaning with one another in real time, Goodwin’s extraordinary eye as a naturalist and mind of an anthropologist have allowed him to unearth for us the essence of the distributed, embodied and multi-modal practices of intertwined semiosis that are central to the human calibration of experience and knowledge in both every-day and institutional settings.

His dynamic view on linguistic, embodied, and material resources has been shown to hold not only for co-present interaction – i.e., within the situated hic et nunc of talk as it emerges moment-by-moment – but also for historically linked chains of actions across contexts, generations, historical moments and even species.

Goodwin’s work thus constitutes a fundamental contribution to the study of human ways of knowing, acting and being, and has inspired not only at least two generations of interaction scholars, but also linguists, cognitive scientists, semioticians, anthropologists, and philosophers.

Accordingly, one finds in this volume a wide-ranging assortment of reflections and analyses, each of which constitutes a deeply-felt testament and tribute to Charles Goodwin’s extraordinary ideas, career, personality and life, and together forming the most comprehensive single-volume assessment to date of his outstandingly original and profound oeuvre in the analysis of human meaning-making.
01 Co-operative Engagements upon a Common Semiotic Substrate:
Honouring the Life and Work of Charles Goodwin
 DONALD FAVAREAU ............................................................................. 9
02 Professional Vision and the Invisible Child: Storytelling in Child
Custody Disputes
 KARIN ARONSSON ................................................................................ 15
03 Some Insights from Chuck Goodwin’s Seminars and Discourse
 Labs: 2000 to 2004 and Beyond
 MATTHEW BURDELSKI ....................................................................... 26
04 Intimate Skin-To-Skin Touch in Social Encounters: Lamination of
Embodied Intertwinings
 ASTA CEKAITE ....................................................................................... 37
05 Prosodic Dimensions of Co-Operation
 ELIZABETH COUPER-KUHLEN ......................................................... 42
06 Emerging Learning Ecologies in Mayan Children Daily Lives
 LOURDES DE LEÓN ............................................................................... 55
07 Chuck Goodwin’s Two Ground-Breaking Contributions to the
Study of Social Interaction: Simultaneities in Multimodal
Interaction and Professional Vision
 ARNULF DEPPERMANN ...................................................................... 66
08 Subprehension in Action; Or, Th e First Rule of Elite Mat-Weaving
 N.J. ENFIELD ............................................................................................ 85
09 Ethnomethodology and a Worldly Semiotics of Action
 DONALD EVERHART ............................................................................ 96
10 Life in the Co-operative Transformation Zone
 DONALD FAVAREAU ............................................................................. 113
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11 Celebrating Joyful Connection
 CECILIA E. FORD .................................................................................... 125
12 Managing the Multiplicity of Meaning
 JACOB G. FOSTER and ERICA A. CARTMILL .................................. 136
13 Topic Proff ers as Beginnings in Interaction: Gaze Practices
 BARBARA FOX and SANDRA A. THOMPSON ................................ 144
14 Th irty-Nine Seconds of Video
 JOHN B. HAVILAND .............................................................................. 152
15 Dwelling, Construing, and Accidental Features
 MAKOTO HAYASHI ............................................................................... 160
16 Embodying Action: Gaze, Mutual Gaze and the Revelation of
Signs and Symptoms during the Medical Consultation
 CHRISTIAN HEATH .............................................................................. 164
17 For Chuck
 JOHN HERITAGE .................................................................................... 178
18 Charles Goodwin’s Biosemiotic Vision
 JESPER HOFFMEYER ............................................................................. 183
19 Transformative Knowledge
 SHIMAKO IWASAKI .............................................................................. 188
20 A Letter for Chuck Goodwin
 ADAM KENDON .................................................................................... 195
21 How Hand Movements Gain Meaning in Embodied Interaction –
An Example from Adult-Child Interaction
 FRIEDERIKE KERN ................................................................................ 199
22 “It Goes Without Saying”
 TIMOTHY KOSCHMANN .................................................................... 205
23 Evidencing the Experience of Seeing: A Case of Medical Reasoning
in Surgical Operations
 SATOMI KUROSHIMA .......................................................................... 208
24 Exploring the Endogenous Pedagogies of Competent Worlds
 OSKAR LINDWALL, JONAS IVARSSON, GUSTAV LYMER
 and MIKAELA ÅBERG .......................................................................... 223
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25 Th e Dynamics of Contexts in Sense-Making
 PER LINELL .............................................................................................. 227
26 Professional and Transparent Vision
 MICHAEL LYNCH .................................................................................. 241
27 Multimodality in Second Language Talk: Th e Impact of Video
Analysis on SLA Research
 ALI REZA MAJLESI and NUMA MARKEE ........................................ 247
28 Encounters with Chuck: Man with a Video Camera
 PAUL MCILVENNY and PIRKKO RAUDASKOSKI .......................... 261
29 At the Moment of Speaking: Creation of Contexts
 DAVID MCNEILL .................................................................................... 267
30 Multiple Perspectives on the Same Event: Professional Vision,
Tactility, and Embodied Feeling
 HELEN MELANDER .............................................................................. 280
31 Co-Constructing Wor(l)ds in Aphasia Speech Th erapy
 SARA MERLINO ...................................................................................... 287
32 Visual Practices: Video Studies, Multimodality and
Multisensoriality
 LORENZA MONDADA .......................................................................... 304
33 Th e Interactiveness of ‘Unilateral Activity’ in Child’s Play
 EMI MORITA ........................................................................................... 326
34 Objects of Cooperation: An Experience of Moving House
 MAURICE NEVILE ................................................................................. 335
35 Aspect-Seeing in the Interactional Organization of Activities
 AUG NISHIZAKA ................................................................................... 345
36 “How Do Signs Come To Mean?” Refl ections on the Goodwinian
Interactional Approach to Empirical Investigations of the Human
Semiotic Ecology
 JOHANNE STEGE PHILIPSEN and LASSE VÖGE JENSEN ........... 355
37 Mind Sharing
 JOHN H. SCHUMANN .......................................................................... 359
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38 For Charles Goodwin, Chuck
 MARGRET SELTING .............................................................................. 361
39 On the Diversity of Signs in Human Interaction
 JACK SIDNELL ......................................................................................... 363
40 Mapping Talk, Body, and the World with Charles Goodwin
 MICK SEAN SMITH ............................................................................... 380
41 Charles Goodwin Conceived as a German Anthropologist
 JÜRGEN STREECK ................................................................................. 387
42 Environmentally Coupled Gestures among the Central Kalahari San
 AKIRA TAKADA ..................................................................................... 397
43 CHARLES GOODWIN BIBLIOGRAPHY ............................................ 409
Contents
44 INDEX ........................................................................................................ 417