Talk in Life & Literature

Jennifer Rose
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Jennifer Rose
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Talk in Life & Literature
1 NORMAL NON-FLUENCY FEATURES
1.1 NON-FLUENT PAUSES
1.1.1 I'm going to (.) finish it off
1.1.2 I had (.) pears
1.2 HESITATIONS
1.2.1 Noises not words
1.3 FILLERS
1.3.1 It's not (.) well er it is
1.4 UNINTENTIONAL REPETITION
1.4.1 That are that are finished
1.4.2 Of course if if (.) if you had to
1.5 FALSE START
1.5.1 ...and he th he'd realised by then
1.6 RECYCLING
1.6.1 I'm ju just going to...
2 TURN TAKING
2.1 OVERLAP
2.1.1 Monitoring
2.1.1.1 Giving speaker feedback
2.1.2 Deliberate
2.1.3 Unintentional
2.2 LATCHING ON
2.3 SKIP-CONNECTING
2.4 GRAMMATICAL COMPLETION
2.5 ASKING A QUESTION
2.6 NOMINATING ANOTHER SPEAKER
2.7 ASKING AND NOMINATING
3 INTERACTIONAL FEATURES
3.1 INITIATORS
3.1.1 Well
3.2 CONTINUERS
3.2.1 And, but, cos, and then, and also
3.3 MONITORING
3.3.1 Yeah, sure, right, yes, mm, uh huh
3.4 SELF-MONITORING
3.4.1 Yeah? Right? You know? You see?
4 TOPIC MANAGEMENT
4.1 TOPIC COHERANCE
4.1.1 Stick to one topic
4.1.1.1 Anyway, as I was saying
4.2 TOPIC CLASH
4.2.1 Two topics established at the same time
4.2.1.1 That's beside the point
5 PROSODIC FEATURES
5.1 Pitch
5.2 Intonation
5.3 Volume
5.4 Pace
5.5 Stress

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