[Corpora-List] Video - Social interaction: overview, sciences, benefits, example

Rich Cooper rich at englishlogickernel.com
Wed Dec 19 18:19:42 CET 2012


Dear Eleonora,

You wrote:

you might want to take into account the works of interactional linguists and conversation analysts.

Do you have any references, or authors' names, to help us identify "interactional linguists and conversation analysts"? A few of the seminal papers might grow some wisdom as well.

Thanks,

-Rich

Sincerely,

Rich Cooper

EnglishLogicKernel.com

Rich AT EnglishLogicKernel DOT com

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From: corpora-bounces at uib.no [mailto:corpora-bounces at uib.no] On Behalf Of M.E.Sciubba Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 2:37 AM To: Alexander Osherenko Cc: Corpora at uib.no Subject: Re: [Corpora-List] Video - Social interaction: overview, sciences, benefits, example

Dear Alexander,

are you aware of the works of interactional linguists and of conversation analists? Interaction is rarely dyadic, as it appears from your video. Even contexts which are supposed to be strictly dyadic. like courts of justice, where the interaction is dictated by procedural law (at least in Italy), many overlapping and 'other stuff' typical of ordinary interactions occur.

I understand that it is very simple to create a model from dyadic interactions, but if the aim is the creation of a multi-agent software, you might want to take into account the works of interactional linguists and conversation analysts.

Kind regards,

Eleonora Sciubba

2012/12/19 Alexander Osherenko <osherenko at gmx.de>

Alexander Osherenko

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