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Activity, participation, and joint turn construction

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Abstract

“Once we register that language figures in the actual, practical activities of the lives of people and societies, and that how the language is configured is more than incidentally related to its involvement in those activities, it is readily apparent that, at the very least, attention must be paid to what the relationship is between activity, action and the orderly deployment of language called grammar.” (Schegloff, Ochs & Thompson 1996: 21)

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