By K. Richards
This publication explores the ways that expert teams advance particular interactional approaches for engaging in and representing their actions, all of which give a contribution to a particular collaborative id. It highlights the drawbacks in addition to some great benefits of collaborative speak, pointing to methods of enhancing specialist performance.
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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. However, the rhetorical structure of this extended turn is interesting, suggesting a pronouncement rather than an argument. It comprises three parts. 44) which might have been sufficient in itself, but it is followed by a three-part emphatic expansion closing down the possibility of change through the effect of time (‘nor likely to be’), person (‘for anybody’), or circumstance (‘under any circumstances’), rounded off by the underlining finality of ‘period’.
Her opening is an inclusive appeal to the group, constructing herself as part of the collective self, ‘the “we”’ as ‘opposed to the “I”’ that ‘lies at the heart of the perceptual, attitudinal, and behavioural effects of group membership’ (van Knippenberg and Ellemers, 2003: 31). But once the topic is introduced, she switches to ‘you’, establishing herself in a dialogic relationship with the rest of the group and implicitly underlining her assumption of a distinct identity as Chair. g. Fasulo and Zucchermaglio, 2002) and Iedema and Scheeres (2003: 323–4) identify in their data a similar shift between ‘we’ and ‘you’, where the speaker involved constructs herself first as part of and then separate from workers on the factory floor.
It depends on the exploitation of a particularly powerful interactional feature known as the adjacency pair (Schegloff and Sacks, The Power of the Group 33 1973: 295–6). Such pairs consist of two parts: a first pair part designed to elicit a response and a second pair part designed to provide such a response. On completion of the first pair part the first speaker stops and the next speaker is expected to provide the second element. Examples are very common and although they take various forms such as question and answer, greeting and greeting, invitation and acceptance/refusal, they all share the same essential quality: the second pair part is predicted by the first and its absence is significant.
Language and Professional Identity: Aspects of Collaborative Interaction by K. Richards