Studies in Social Interaction

Series Editor(s): Steve Walsh, Paul Seedhouse, Christopher Jenks

A 'one-stop shop' for research on language in interaction

Presenting data from a range of social contexts including education, the media, the workplace, and professional development, this series studies the ways in which tasks are accomplished, identities formed and communities established. Each volume in the series places social interaction at the centre of discussion and offers an overview of the work which has been done in a particular context. The books then go on to consider how data can be approached and used to uncover social-interactional themes and issues. Finally, each volume explores how research in social interaction can feed into a better understanding of professional practices and develop new research agendas. Through stimulating tasks and accompanying commentaries, and the extensive use of data, readers are constantly engaged and challenged to reflect on particular themes and relate the discussion to their own context.

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