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" A change in footing implies a change in the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others present as expressed in the way we manage the production or reception of an utterance. "
Discourse and Identity - Pagina 52
geredigeerd door - 2006 - 462 pagina’s
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Forms of Talk

Erving Goffman - 1981 - 335 pagina’s
...a buffer between two more substantially sustained episodes. A change in footing implies a change in the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance. A change in our footing is another way of talking about a change in our frame for events. This paper...
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Conflict Talk: Sociolinguistic Investigations of Arguments in Conversations

Allen D. Grimshaw - 1990 - 356 pagina’s
...(Goffman, 1981c) and frame (Goffman, 1974) provide two additional links. Footing concerns "the alignments we take up to ourselves and the others present as...manage the production or reception of an utterance" (Goffman, 1981c: 128); frames are the organizational and interactional principles by which situations...
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Verbal Interaction in Small-group Activities: A Process Study of an English ...

Daniel Stotz - 1991 - 353 pagina’s
...another routine; marked with "announcement" prosody, it in27 "A change in footing implies a change in the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance. A change in our fooling is another way of talking about a change in our frame for events." (Goffman,...
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Framing in Discourse

Deborah Tannen - 1993 - 263 pagina’s
...Goffman (198 la) to refer to the way in which framing is accomplished in verbal interaction. Footing is "the alignment we take up to ourselves and the...manage the production or reception of an utterance. A change in our footing is another way of talking about a change in our frame for events" (Goffman...
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Context and Culture in Language Teaching

Claire Kramsch - 1993 - 295 pagina’s
...toward each other and toward various audiences in the classroom. Goffman (1981: 128) defines footing as 'the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance'. It represents the way we frame events and the stance we take toward these events and the participants...
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Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 1992 ...

James E. Alatis - 1993 - 538 pagina’s
...interviewing activity. Goffman (1981:128) goes on to claim that 'a change in footing implies a change in the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance. ' Thus I also identify the different roles which correspond with the different footings. The notion...
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Coherence in Psychotic Discourse

Branca Telles Ribeiro - 1994 - 336 pagina’s
...speakers change their alignment or footing vis-a-vis one another: "A change of footing implies a change in the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance" (1981a:128). These shifts may be closely related to code-switching, a phenomenon frequently investigated...
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Social Interaction, Social Context, and Language: Essays in Honor of Susan ...

Dan Isaac Slobin, Susan Moore Ervin-Tripp, Julie Gerhardt, Amy Kyratzis, Jiansheng Guo - 1996 - 655 pagina’s
...Shifting frame frequently involves a change in stance or "footing" (Goffman, 1981): That is, a "change in the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance" (Goffman, 1981, p. 128). Shifting frame is not done capriciously, rupturing ongoing discourse; it occurs...
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Kids Talk: Strategic Language Use in Later Childhood

Susan M. Hoyle, Carolyn Temple Adger - 1998 - 312 pagina’s
...participants' signaling their own and recognizing each other's footing, Goffman's (1981:128) term for "the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance." Thus, an individual's assumptions about how to perform a role (including, centrally, what register...
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Speaking through the Silence: Narratives, Social Conventions, and Power in Java

Laine A. Berman - 1998 - 256 pagina’s
...seems to be different from that in Erving Goffman's concept of footing. Goffman described footing as "the alignment we take up to ourselves and the others...manage the production or reception of an utterance. A change in our footing is another way of talking about a change in our frame for events" (1981:128)....
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