I WANT THE SAME WRITER WHO DID MY ORDER 00038763
This is the same paper as you did. I don`t want a JK video. let me know about the clip before starting the paper. REMEMBER we have same lecturer so no similarities at all.
I have a classmate who is also interested to get a same paper done. can you do another one, considering it has to be totally different with this one? I guess you can use similar references. don`t go with JK again.
Before you start writing the paper, I need to know what topic you have chosen. Please take a note of the suggested topics on attached file. (preferably a conversation from UK).
It must be 2500 words including transcribed examples but not Bibliography.
citations and the bibliography must match and can be easily found in the referenced book. please include page numbers in all citations.
please use the following books in the paper;
1- Discourse analysis by Brown and Yule (1983) sections 1.1, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, and 2.2.1
2- Lectures on Conversation, Volume I , II by Sacks (1995)
3- Introducing Language in Use : A Course Book. by Merrison et all.(2014) chapter 2
4- Conversation Analysis. 2nd edition by Hutchby, I. and Wooffitt, R. (2008) chapter 1 and 2
5- Gender and Language Research Methodologies by Harrington et all (2008)
6- Conversation Ananlysis and Discourse Analysis: A Comparative and Critical Introduction by Wooffitt (2005) pagers 56 to
Language in Interaction: conversation analysis Name Institution of Affiliation Name Language in Interaction: conversation analysis Conversation analysis is a study within sociology that began in the 1960s by Harvey Sacks and Emmanuel Schegloff. It was aimed at dissecting socio-linguistics and specifically conducting empirical evaluations of talk-in-interaction. The study takes an in-depth study of the constructs of conversation such as turn-taking, action sequencing, and repairCITATION Hom10 p 492 l 1033 (Homberger & McKay, 2010, p. 492). The researchers noted that conversation was and continues to be an important tool in human interaction, and there was a need for a deeper understand of the aspects that shape conversation CITATION Hom10 l 1033 (Homberger & McKay, 2010). Conversation analysis is unique in that it takes place in a casual settingCITATION Rob08 p 13 l 1033 (Wooffitt & Hutchby, 2008, p. 13). The environment is crucial, noting that most human interaction (conversations) is in an informal and social contextCITATION Hom10 p 492 l 1033 (Homberger & McKay, 2010, p. 492). Sacks, Schegloff and Jefferson were the key researchers involved in creatingCITATION Sac74 p 696 l 1033 (Sacks, et al., 1974, p. 696) Conversation analysis as a field of study. They determined that by utilizing the same principles and methods participants in conversation use to produce and comprehend conversation; they could use the same...