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Offering insights from a Who's Who of scholars in interpersonal communication
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Chapter 11: Action-Implicative Discourse Analysis Theory: Theorizing Communicative Practices
Action-Implicative Discourse Analysis Theory: Theorizing Communicative Practices
- How does the small talk preceding a company's weekly staff meeting display the group to be both a mainstream American business and an especially health-and-fitness conscious community (Mirivel & Tracy, 2005)?
- What dilemmas do graduate students face as they talk to departmental faculty and other graduate students about their research (Tracy, 1997a)?
- How did the situated beliefs of FBI negotiators at Waco about “good negotiation” differ from what was espoused in negotiation training manuals (Agne, 2003)?
- What meeting strategies did participants (elected officials, citizens) use to manage conflicts related to developing their school district's policy about sexual orientation (Tracy & Ashcraft, 2001)?
- How does cosmetic surgeons’ talk manage tensions between selling elective surgeries (such as breast ...