The Interactive Stance
OUP Oxford, 12 janv. 2012 - 416 pages
This book presents one of the first attempts at developing a precise, grammatically rooted, theory of conversation motivated by data from real conversations. The theory has descriptive reach from the micro-conversational---e.g. self-repair at the word level - to macro-level phenomena such as multi-party conversation and the characterization of distinct conversational genres. It draws on extensive corpus studies of the British National Corpus, on evidence from language acquisition, and on computer simulations of language evolution. The theory provides accounts of the opening, middle game, and closing stages of conversation. It also offers a new perspective on traditional semantic concerns such as quantification and anaphora. The Interactive Stance challenges orthodox views of grammar by arguing that, unless we wish to exclude from analysis a large body of frequently occurring words and constructions, the right way to construe grammar is as a system that characterizes types of talk in interaction.
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1 Interaction Grammar and the Behavioural Sciences
2 From Communitarian to Interactive Semantics
3 A Semantic Ontology for Dialogue
4 Basic Interaction in Dialogue
5 A Grammar for Dialogue
6 Grounding and CRification
7 NonSentential Utterances in Conversation
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addressee analysis anaphora answerhood antecedent Ask(A asking Assert(B assume Barabbas Bo leave cat.head Chapter Clausal Confirmation coherence constituent construction cont contextual parameters conversational participants conversational rules corpus CRification dgb-params DGBType DGP1 DGP2 dialogue direct sluice Discourse Representation Theory discussed domain downdate duologue effects entities examples exemplified explicate fact formal genre Ginzburg and Sag given grammar hd-dtr HPSG Illock’rop illocutionary illocutionary force implicatures IND addr instantiation intended content interaction involves issue Latest Move LatestMove linguistic maximal element MaxPending MaxQUD meaning metacommunicative multilogue notion NSQs NSUs ontology pending phon polar question poset(Question preaddr Prop protocol Purver q-params QSPEC query quest-dom record type reprise sluices semantic sentential Set(Prop short answers sit-type situation semantics sluicing ſº speaker specification spkr sub-utterance syncat syntactic theory Type Theory update rules utt-time utterance type V[+fin wh-interrogative