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The Resource Handbook of communication in organisations and professions, edited by Christopher N. Candlin, Srikant Sarangi

Handbook of communication in organisations and professions, edited by Christopher N. Candlin, Srikant Sarangi

Label
Handbook of communication in organisations and professions
Title
Handbook of communication in organisations and professions
Statement of responsibility
edited by Christopher N. Candlin, Srikant Sarangi
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Candlin, Christopher
  • Sarangi, Srikant
Series statement
Handbooks of applied linguistics;
Series volume
v. 3
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Communication
  • Oral communication
  • Business communication
  • Discourse analysis
Label
Handbook of communication in organisations and professions, edited by Christopher N. Candlin, Srikant Sarangi
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Peering inside the black box: lay and professional reasoning surrounding patient claims of adverse drug effects
  • Heidi Hamilton and Ashley Bartell
  • Institutional bodies and social selves: the discourse of medical examinations in hospital settings
  • Per Måseide
  • Uncomfortable moments in speech-language therapy discourse
  • Dana Kovarsky and Irene Walsh
  • Speaking for another: ethics-in-interaction in medical encounters
  • Ellen Barton
  • Psychological and sociomoral frames in genetic counseling for predictive testing
  • Srikant Sarangi ... [et al.]
  • Evidence and inference in macro-level and micro-level healthcare studies
  • Theoretical vocabularies and moral negotiation in child welfare: the saga of Evie and Seb
  • Sue White and David Wastell
  • Interrogation and evidence: questioning sequences in courtroom discourse and police interviews
  • Sandra Harris
  • Judging by what you're saying: Judges' questioning of lawyers as interactive interpretation
  • Pamela Hobbs
  • Professional discourses in contact: interpreters in the legal and medical settings
  • Giuliana Garzone
  • Enabling bids: occupational practice and 'multi-modal' interaction in auctions of fine art and antiques
  • Christian Heath and Paul Luff
  • Aaron Cicourel
  • Argumentation across web-based organizational discourses: the case of climate-change debate
  • Graham Smart
  • E-mail messaging in the corporate sector: tensions between technoogical affordances and rapport management
  • Mario do Carmo Leite de Oliveira
  • Gatekeeping discourse in employment interviews
  • Celia Roberts
  • The gatekeeping encounter as a social form and as a site for face work
  • Frederick Erickson
  • Appreciating the power of narratives in healthcare: a tool for understanding organizational complexity and values/
  • Amanda Taylor ... [et al.]
  • Applied linguistics in the legal arena
  • Family support and home visiting: understanding communication, 'good practice' and interactional skills
  • Stef Slembrouck and Christopher Hall
  • Crossing the boundary between finance and law: the collaborative problematision of professional learning in a postgraduate classroom
  • Alan Jones and Sheelagh McCracken
  • Analytic challenges in studying professional learning
  • David Middleton
  • Applying linguistic research to real world problems: the social meaning of talk in workplace interaction
  • Janet Homes ... [et al.]
  • Changes in professional identity: nursing roles and practices
  • Sally Candlin
  • Roger Shuy
  • Crossing the practitioner-researcher boundary: working with another discipline to examine one's practice
  • Angus Clarke
  • The linguist in the witness box
  • Malcolm Coulthard
  • Communication is not neutral: "Worldview" and the science of organizational communication
  • James Taylor
  • Alignments and facework in paediatric visits: toward a social choreography of multiparty talk
  • Karin Aronsson and Camilla Rindstedt
Control code
ocn712644645
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xix, 626 p.
Isbn
9783110188318
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011014961
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)712644645
Label
Handbook of communication in organisations and professions, edited by Christopher N. Candlin, Srikant Sarangi
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Peering inside the black box: lay and professional reasoning surrounding patient claims of adverse drug effects
  • Heidi Hamilton and Ashley Bartell
  • Institutional bodies and social selves: the discourse of medical examinations in hospital settings
  • Per Måseide
  • Uncomfortable moments in speech-language therapy discourse
  • Dana Kovarsky and Irene Walsh
  • Speaking for another: ethics-in-interaction in medical encounters
  • Ellen Barton
  • Psychological and sociomoral frames in genetic counseling for predictive testing
  • Srikant Sarangi ... [et al.]
  • Evidence and inference in macro-level and micro-level healthcare studies
  • Theoretical vocabularies and moral negotiation in child welfare: the saga of Evie and Seb
  • Sue White and David Wastell
  • Interrogation and evidence: questioning sequences in courtroom discourse and police interviews
  • Sandra Harris
  • Judging by what you're saying: Judges' questioning of lawyers as interactive interpretation
  • Pamela Hobbs
  • Professional discourses in contact: interpreters in the legal and medical settings
  • Giuliana Garzone
  • Enabling bids: occupational practice and 'multi-modal' interaction in auctions of fine art and antiques
  • Christian Heath and Paul Luff
  • Aaron Cicourel
  • Argumentation across web-based organizational discourses: the case of climate-change debate
  • Graham Smart
  • E-mail messaging in the corporate sector: tensions between technoogical affordances and rapport management
  • Mario do Carmo Leite de Oliveira
  • Gatekeeping discourse in employment interviews
  • Celia Roberts
  • The gatekeeping encounter as a social form and as a site for face work
  • Frederick Erickson
  • Appreciating the power of narratives in healthcare: a tool for understanding organizational complexity and values/
  • Amanda Taylor ... [et al.]
  • Applied linguistics in the legal arena
  • Family support and home visiting: understanding communication, 'good practice' and interactional skills
  • Stef Slembrouck and Christopher Hall
  • Crossing the boundary between finance and law: the collaborative problematision of professional learning in a postgraduate classroom
  • Alan Jones and Sheelagh McCracken
  • Analytic challenges in studying professional learning
  • David Middleton
  • Applying linguistic research to real world problems: the social meaning of talk in workplace interaction
  • Janet Homes ... [et al.]
  • Changes in professional identity: nursing roles and practices
  • Sally Candlin
  • Roger Shuy
  • Crossing the practitioner-researcher boundary: working with another discipline to examine one's practice
  • Angus Clarke
  • The linguist in the witness box
  • Malcolm Coulthard
  • Communication is not neutral: "Worldview" and the science of organizational communication
  • James Taylor
  • Alignments and facework in paediatric visits: toward a social choreography of multiparty talk
  • Karin Aronsson and Camilla Rindstedt
Control code
ocn712644645
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xix, 626 p.
Isbn
9783110188318
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011014961
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)712644645

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