Talk and Social Institutions CM125
Talk and Social Institutions CM125
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Date Created: 05/17/14
Acute Medical Visit 1 Opening 2 Problem Presentatior 3 Historyexam Hx 4 Diagnosis Dx 5 Treatment Recommendation Rx 6 Closing Parsons Sick Role free from responsibilit Problem Presentation Begins Patient One liners Prefaces detailing Narrative Ends Doctor Intervenes after 12 sympj Continuers mmhm uh huh 9 shift implicatives okay alright Conclusion co Doctorability Routine Problems Downgrade seriousness but special reason 4 visit waited to come in troubles resistance past experience claims Recurrent Problems Patients self diagnose New Problems uncertain symptoms 9 subjectivized accounts of pain Question Design 1 Agenda topicaction 2 Presuppositions 3 Epistemic Gradient for yes no 4 Preferences Grammatical yes no Social Ep Grad Preference Certainty most9 Obligations Construction doc justification diffuse least Want to get better negotiates length HX responsibility 3rd party Declarative o geek he1p validates Visit narrative troubles resistance Declarative amp tag To not take presentation legitimizing turning P0int inte1quot1quot083tiVe advantage malinger varies straight int 1quot1 083tiVe Patients Problem 39 Certainty Iustifying declarative Doctorability 8 declarative amp tag Unconditional interrogative amp conditional legitimacy Polarizer Trial Exam Medical Authority Online Commentary Features talk for Diagnosis 1 During Exam but GrammaticalSocia overhearing audience Patients minimally subordinate 1 Preference QA turn taking respond or don39t 2 Symptoms normal or mild 9 Reinforcing formality Bigger responses doc forecasts no problem Dx CrossCutting Dynamics Goal prove guilty innocent done through QA steps sequences in light of goal and pressure to confirm to s preferences doubts Dx contrasts patient expectations no problem diagnosis Perakyla shows authority and accountability to Doctor Diagnosis Types Straight Factual Assertions Evidential sees feels hears Evidential Formulating 3 Describes looks feels sounds 4 Absent signs described evidentially quotI don39t feel any 5 report assessment used when you have reason to believe the answer Lifestyle s Grammatical prefer YES but NOT optimized 9 most honest answer Witnesses Reject s Explicit no contradictory version Implicit version contr but doesn39t contradict Why A39s Con ict Q39s Maximum Property Description reframe idea in to say most that they can say Goodwin Professional Vis jury Deliberations Rodney King Trial Police Behavior escalation escalation assessment Activity 9 Phases Police controlled methodical Each phase responsive King39s Behavior Prosecutioncooperative Defense uncooperative perception changes Talk interaction impacts outcom Events are interpreted Iurors accountable to facts law broader ideals of justice loosely constrained Broadcast News Interview Talk for overhearing audience specialized QA turn taking system formal ppl constrained Turn Taking Follows planformat known in advance Order length content understanding of events predetermined IRs Qs IEs As Institutional Function of Turn Taking IR neutralism talk for overhearing audience Interviewing Norms Objectivity Adversarialness News Departure from Q News s Collaboratively IR Neutralistically framed assertions note 3rd party IE when multiple IEs 9 Request 4 Permission to speak Token requests 4 permission Addressing IR speaks out of turn Constructed IEs withhold speech until Substantive responses Receipt tokens mm hm ya oh right Answers elaborated across multiple sentences s in News Interview trials IRs preface s with background info or hostile to IE IRs avoid all receipt tokens during IEs A39s NewsUses of Prefaces s that don39t background info justifies why is being asked insinuates context amp 9 more complex News Interview s Naturalistic NOT neutral Topicaction agends pressuppositions preferences 9 all IE may not like Negative Interrogative IE treats as assertions Accusatory s How could you Presents as unanswerable Really Nasty Questions 1 Forks 2 bad options 2 Contrasts reference to higher standards Answers and Evasions Benefits avoiding undesirable topis alienating public stay on message talk about what they want to talk about Costs audience inferences IR follow up s may expose resistance subsequent news coverage How IEs Resist Overt say not answering it 9 Damage Control Deference move away from Minimization downplay topic Justification explicit account for why Covert topic agenda maintained but action agenda is not don39t admit that they39re not answering it but just act normal forms of concealment 9 subversive word repeats Formats 4 Inviting Applause 1 Contrasts Contradictions not this but that Comparisons more this than that Opposites black or white Phrase Reversals 2 Lists 3 identical words different words phrases sentances 3 Puzzle Solution 4 Combinations get the most applause Form and Content Matter Form audience needs to know when to clap with out isolation Content people must agree refutation gt advocacy ppl know what they don39t like More tightly knit formatted statements more rememberable Schelling Games of Pure Coordination applauding a speech If they coordinate everyone benefits if they don39t everyone loses Coordination Characteristics 1 Emphasis 6 language rhythm stress intonation gesture 2 Projectable 6 audience must know when to applaud Audiences and Speeches Applause approval strong popularity Benefits expressive shows support Instrumental shows popularity Costs Possible isolation Speaker Problem maximize coordination through emphasis and projectability amp minimize individual isolation restrictions looser tha
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