Konversationsanalyse

Konversationsanalyse Med afsæt i den amerikanske sociolog Harold Garfinkels studier i hverdagslivets sociologi (1967, 1986) undersøger konversationsanalysen (Conversation Analysis, CA) finstrukturen i menneskelig interaktion. CA opfatter ikke sprog som et værktøj til at overføre information, men som den centrale ressource, mennesker benytter sig af, når de organiserer sig socialt. CA’s objekt er lyd- og videooptagelser af […]

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