By Anssi Peräkylä
Conversations among AIDS counselors and their consumers convey gentle and almost certainly threatening matters into play. during this research Anssi Per?kyl? applies the foundations of dialog research to his exploration of AIDS counseling, utilizing facts from video-recorded counseling periods in a London educating health center, and analyzes the layout and location of questions in those occasions. His conclusions supply a well timed and illuminating perception into the administration of a delicate subject via a number of thoughts of indirectness.
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Extra resources for AIDS Counselling: Institutional Interaction and Clinical Practice (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics)
In chapters 6 and 7, the object of research is a central task of any AIDS counselling, namely talking about the clients' fears concerning the future. As we will see, a particular type of query arising from Family Systems Theory, hypothetical future-oriented questions, constitute a central tool in this and they will be analysed in detail. The analyses of these different question-answer-based activities require each some specific Conversation Analytical tools and concepts. The analysis of 'circular questioning' and 'live open supervision' is largely based on the notion of participation framework-, it will be introduced in the beginning of chapter 3.
In an important text, Drew and Heritage (1992: 22-5) have suggested that the participants' orientation to institutional context can involve three different types of phenomena. First, institutional talk is normally informed by goal orientation. At least one of the participants is oriented to some institutionally relevant goal. As Drew and Heritage point out (1992: 23), however, this orientation can take varying forms: it may be clear or less clear (especially for the non-professional participants); and the different participants' goals may be shared or conflicting.
Greatbatch (1988) and Heritage and Greatbatch (1991) have analysed the turn-taking system of television and radio news interviews. Their work can be seen as a continuation of that of Atkinson and Drew: news interview and cross-examination have much in common, and the core part of the analytical apparatus therefore can be the same. Just as in cross-examination, in news interviews there are constraining provisions concerning the turn types and the turn order. The interaction in news interviews proceeds as a sequence of Interviewer's (IR's) questions and Interviewee's (IE's) answers.