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    Which Epistemics? Whose Conversation Analysis?Geoffrey Raymond - 2018 - Discourse Studies 20 (1):57-89.
    In a Special Issue of Discourse Studies titled ‘The Epistemics of Epistemics’, contributing authors criticize Heritage’s research on participants’ orientations to, and management of, the distribution of knowledge in conversation. These authors claim that the analytic framework Heritage developed for analyzing epistemic phenomena privileges the analysts’ over the participants’ point of view, and rejects standard methods of conversation analysis ; that and are adopted in developing and defending the use of abstract analytic schemata that offer little purchase on either the (...)
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    Closing Matters: Alignment and Misalignment in Sequence and Call Closings in Institutional Interaction.Don H. Zimmerman & Geoffrey Raymond - 2016 - Discourse Studies 18 (6):716-736.
    Using data from American emergency call centers, this article focuses on the coordination, and mutual relevance, of participants’ effort to manage two forms of unit completion – sequence closing and concluding the occasion in which the project was pursued. In doing so, we specify the import of sequence organization as one method for conducting, organizing, and resolving interactional projects participants may be said to pursue, and describe a range of possible relations between project completion and occasion closure and the locations (...)
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    The Voice of Authority: The Local Accomplishment of Authoritative Discourse in Live News Broadcasts.Geoffrey Raymond - 2000 - Discourse Studies 2 (3):354-379.
    Ever since language has been examined as a vehicle for action, scholars have been interested in its authorized use. Typically described under the rubric of `felicity conditions', the authorized use of language involves, among other conditions, the right or authority of a member to engage in, or deploy, some named action. This paper begins by examining how participants authorize the discourse of a co-interactant in one specialized setting: a live news broadcast. I argue that the successful exploitation by a reporter (...)
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