By Val Williams
Disability and Discourse applies and explains dialog research (CA), a longtime method for learning conversation, to discover what occurs through the daily encounters of individuals with highbrow disabilities and the opposite individuals with whom they have interaction.
- Explores conversations and encounters from the lives of individuals with highbrow disabilities
- Introduces the tested technique of dialog research, making it obtainable and valuable to quite a lot of scholars, researchers and practitioners
- Adopts a discursive method which appears at how individuals with highbrow disabilities use speak in real-life occasions, whereas exhibiting how such speak could be supported and constructed
- Follows humans into the conferences and discussions that occur in self-advocacy and examine contexts
- Offers insights into how individuals with studying disabilities may have a voice of their personal affairs, in policy-making, and in examine
Chapter 1 beginning issues (pages 1–19):
Chapter 2 a few development Blocks for research (pages 21–34):
Chapter three hard Disempowering styles of speak (pages 37–50):
Chapter four assisting somebody to be efficient (pages 51–63):
Chapter five commencing up dialog (pages 65–74):
Chapter 6 Equalising speak and Friendliness (pages 75–88):
Chapter 7 Doing Autonomy: ‘It's solely as much as you’ (pages 89–107):
Chapter eight Public Encounters (pages 109–124):
Chapter nine Self?Advocacy speak: the private to the political (pages 127–142):
Chapter 10 aiding humans to talk up in workforce occasions (pages 143–157):
Chapter eleven Being Interviewers with the Label of ‘Intellectual incapacity’ (pages 159–170):
Chapter 12 behind the curtain in Inclusive study: ‘We are the artists of our lives’ (pages 171–184):
Chapter thirteen discuss Labelling and id (pages 185–198):
Chapter 14 Reflections on Doing research (pages 199–215):
Chapter 15 Reflections on swap (pages 217–235):
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Extra info for Disability and Discourse: Analysing Inclusive Conversation with People with Intellectual Disabilities
However, I hope in the following pages to show how a very fine-grained analysis of short extracts of communication can lead to wider and practical insights. Communication does matter. This is not a CA textbook, nor is it a comprehensive guide to discourse analysis. It aims instead to give a glimpse into how the tools of CA can be used and how exciting and relevant the results can be. Readers who want to pursue discourse methodology further are recommended to follow through the details that are offered in each chapter, together with the texts on methodology in the reference list.
By working with transcribed data of detailed conversations, the analyst is enabled to situate the talk in that particular occasion, as it unfolds. Antaki and Widdicombe (1998a) refer to this as occasionedness: A good part of the meaning of an utterance … is to be found in the occasion of its production – in the local state of affairs that was operative at that exact moment of interactional time. (Antaki & Widdicombe, 1998a: 4) This might not seem remarkable, until one considers that much analysis in social research proceeds by taking quotations, out of context, as illustrations of an argument.
This level of analysis can reveal something about the way this conversation is handled, the strategies for enabling someone to speak and how a speaker can express interest in the other person by an ‘oh right’ or an ‘ah’. However, once that is done, the analyst can move beyond what has been noticed and make some wider observations. For instance, it seems here that Meg has the interactional right (Ochs & Taylor, 1992; Shakespeare, 1998) to ask Janet about her activities, while Janet does not reciprocate by asking about Meg’s plans.