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Reframing framing
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Abstract

The collaborative character of discourse has been studied for different activities and linguistic levels. The present article discusses the relevance of this perspective to a better understanding of storytelling events. The focus is on metadiscursive interactions that result from the teller’s difficulty to evoke a word or linguistic form at a certain point of the story. Two different collaborative solutions are identified and analyzed, and its connections to framing and participation framework discussed.

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2011-01-01
2019-08-22
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Keyword(s): Discourse , Forgetfulness , Framing , Metadiscourse , Participation framework , Reflexivity , Spanish , Storytelling and Word search
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