The Handbook of Conversation Analysis & Emotion in Interaction.

  • Michael B. Buchholz International Psychoanalytic University


Reviewing Conversation Analysis (CA) “at the Century’s Turn”, Emanuel A. Schegloff predicted the “further development of our understanding of the organization of talk and other conduct in interaction itself” and to “register the particularities of its realization” (Schegloff 1999, p. 142). John Heritage (1999), additionally, foresaw a future where qualitative and quantitative approaches will “shift from basic CA to ‘applied’ analysis and back again” (p. 73). 


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How to Cite
Buchholz, M. (2013). The Handbook of Conversation Analysis & Emotion in Interaction. Language and Psychoanalysis, 2(1), 50-55.
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