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The contrast between these two extracts serves a methodological purpose as well as underlining the essential nature of the meeting as an interactional event. Methodologically, the selection of an example where a ‘hitch’ occurs in the predictable organisation of events, allows what Levinson (1983: 319) has described as a ‘key source of verification’ for the ordinary arrangement of affairs represented in the second extract. At the same time, the two events share a common feature that remains in the background in the second example but is painfully exposed in the first: although the Chair may to some extent control the floor and may nominate speakers, the turn-taking system is essentially a collaborative enterprise involving the whole group and not at the disposal of any particular individual (Larrue and Trognon, 1993: 194).
15). Eventually, a collaborative effort by Paul and Helen produces the correct name and completes the repair sequence, to the amusement of Sally and Kathy. Repair trajectories like this one are often no more than a side sequence (Jefferson, 1972) to the main topic, which resumes as soon as the trouble has been resolved, but in this case the confusion over names provides Helen with an explanation for the ‘blank’ looks which followed her question. Now that the misunderstanding has been resolved, she invites a response by repeating the correct name – with similarly unfortunate results.
3b 044 Jack: 045 046 047 048 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 Helen: There’s NO scholarship within the School nor likely to be for anybody under any circumstances period. ) the School’s decision that’s Jane’s decision that’s the uniVERsity’s decision. 4) students who have to have an INterview,=with people from Registry, who have to apply formally,= =Right. The basis for his dismissal is that scholarships are not available anywhere in the university and that the only alternative source of money, from a hardship fund, is available only to on-campus students.
A grammar of Atayal by Der-Hwa Victoria Rau.