Understanding Everyday Communicative Interactions: Introduction to Situated Discourse Analysis for Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Abstract

Understanding Everyday Communicative Interactions is a unique text that uses a situated discourse analysis (SDA) framework to examine basic human communication and the interactions of those with communicative disorders in everyday and clinical settings.

The book introduces SDA as a theoretical and empirical approach for examining the complexities of communicative interaction. It explores how people collaborate in everyday contexts to communicate successfully and how they learn to do so. From close analysis of a pretend game played by two children and their father to an observation of a man with aphasia and his family at a football match, the present volume offers rich portraits of communicative lives and illustrates the applications of SDA. The final part of the book uses SDA methods to demonstrate how clinicians can function as communication partners even during assessments and can design rich communicative environments for therapeutic interventions.

In explaining the SDA framework and equipping readers with the tools to understand the nature of human communication, this sophisticated and engaging book will be an essential reference for students, researchers, and clinicians in communication sciences and disorders.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages240
ISBN (Electronic)9781003034537
ISBN (Print)9780367472009, 9780367472023
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 14 2020

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