By Junko Mori
At the foundation of the meticulous transcription/observation strategy of ‘Conversation Analysis’, this e-book observes recurrent styles in sequences the place jap audio system negotiate contract and war of words. It contributes to the transforming into physique of study on ‘interaction and grammar’ by means of interpreting how linguistic recourses are applied for developing turns and looking ahead to the impending process interplay. extra in particular, it makes a speciality of the recurrent use of 2 structurally varieties of connective expressions: clause-initial connectives and clause-final connective debris. The learn examines the occurrences of those causal and contrastive markers on the subject of their sequential atmosphere and the ensuing interplay. whereas the introductory chapters situate this strategy within the present literature, the most analytical chapters examine the ways that ‘delivery of agreement’, ‘delivery of disagreement’, and ‘pursuit for contract’ are played with using the different sorts of connective expressions. As one of many earliest dialog analytic experiences of jap, this e-book additionally addresses methodological concerns bearing on cross-linguistic, cross-cultural reports of human interplay.
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4) V-21 Tetsu: are:: that mo kasai any-more fire hoochiki alarm : : moo ira (h) na (h) i any-more want-Neg yo ne : : are : :. ' (5) V-23 Tetsu: demo shooboosha - n osoi yo ne:: but fire-engine like late FP FP koko no shooboosha. ' (6) V-27 Koji: >nanka< koko da to TOIRE no oto urusa well here Cop if toilet LK noise loud soodesu seem ne. ) deru kui wa utareru tte iu kanji. ' (8) IV-5 Mie: soo naru to natsu wa yappa japayuki so become if summer Top as-expected going-to-Japan san ka. /Ms. ' 9 24 NEGOTIATING AGREEMENT AND DISAGREEMENT IN JAPANESE Utterances delivering the speaker's opinion or evaluation frequently contain an adjective or an adverb that expresses his or her assessment of a given material.
2) —» Miki: 00: : erusan wa okane aruo f f i c e - l a d i e s Top money have a- aru kar a. ne::. ' The kara clause, marked by the arrow, is produced by Miki as an extension of Emi's talk in the prior turn. 13 These excerpts demonstrate that the clauses marked by connective particles may be produced as a unit, or even as a turn, and can be separated from the corresponding "main" clauses by a pause, an intervening turn, or the transfer of speakership. That is, these clauses, which have been described as "dependent" or "subordinate," can be produced, not as a preplanned unit with the corresponding "main" clause, but as a unit produced "independently" as speakers make each contribution reflecting their moment-by-moment analysis of the interactional context.
Thus, some connectives that appear to occur clauseinternally could be the beginning of a self-repair or a restart; while those that appear to occur after a predicate could be the initial component of the next utterance, which is terminated by an overlap or word search. That is, in a similar manner to the linking direction of connective particles discussed earlier, the linking direction of connectives, especially those occurring in a non-initial position, provide analysts a certain level of equivocality.