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Mutualities in Dialogue

Mutualities in Dialogue

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C. F. Graumann, D. W. Ploog, M. Papousek, H. G. Wallbott, J. J. Gumperz, R. M. Krauss. S. R. Fussell,Y. Chen, K. Foppa, P. Linell, H. Grimm, S. Collins, I. Markova, R. Farr,R. Rommetveit
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  • Date Published: January 1996
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521499415

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  • Dialogue has developed from more primitive forms of communication during evolution. In Mutualities in Dialogue, "dialogue" refers to face-to-face interaction between two or more individuals using a system of signs. It asks the question "What is it that we share in the course of a dialogue?", arguing that mutualities of language, culture and some interpersonal information are prerequisite for effective communication. Even in instances of noncooperation or of asymmetrical dialogue elementary commonalities must be present.

    • Psychologists, linguists, primatologists and communications scholars examine basis for effective communication in ordinary situations
    • Focuses on individuals actually in dialogue, including nonverbal situations eg mother and baby
    • Draws on a range of theoretical approaches to make case for role of mutualities in dialogue
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    • Date Published: January 1996
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521499415
    • length: 304 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.45kg
    • contains: 1 b/w illus. 12 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Commonality, mutuality, reciprocity: a conceptual introduction C. F. Graumann
    Part I. Mutualities in Preverbal and Nonverbal Communication:
    2. Mutuality and dialogue in non-human primate communication D. W. Ploog
    3. Origins of reciprocity and mutuality in prelinguistic parent-infant 'dialogues' M. Papousek
    4. Congruence, contagion, and motor mimicry: mutualities in nonverbal exchange H. G. Wallbott
    Part II. Establishing and Maintinaing Mutuality:
    5. Mutual inferencing in conversation J. J. Gumperz
    6. Coordination of perspective in dialogue: intrapersonal and interpersonal processes R. M. Krauss. S. R. Fussell and Y. Chen
    Part III. Problems of Mutuality and Understanding:
    7. On mutual understanding and agreement in dialogues K. Foppa
    8. Troubles with mutualities: toward a dialogical theory of misunderstanding and miscommunication P. Linell
    Part IV. Dialogues with Speech-Impaired Partners:
    9. Mother-child dialogues: a comparison of preschool children with and without specific language impairment H. Grimm
    10. Complementarity in the construction of a problematic utterance in conversation S. Collins and I. Markova
    11. The communicative act: an epilogue to mutualities in dialogue R. Farr and R. Rommetveit.

  • Editors

    Ivana Markova, University of Stirling

    Carl F. Graumann, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany

    Klaus Foppa, Unitobler, Switzerland

    Contributors

    C. F. Graumann, D. W. Ploog, M. Papousek, H. G. Wallbott, J. J. Gumperz, R. M. Krauss. S. R. Fussell,Y. Chen, K. Foppa, P. Linell, H. Grimm, S. Collins, I. Markova, R. Farr,R. Rommetveit

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