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2002; Speer & Green, 2007; Stokoe, 2006; 2008a; Toerien & Kitzinger, 2007)? Although the questions above may seem to ‘start’ with gender as an analysts’ category or interest, the analyses that address them deal only with participants’ productions of such categories and the actions they accomplish in those productions. So CA shows how ‘even though a woman may be speaking, that does not mean that she is always speaking “as a woman” ’ (McElhinny, 2003: 33; see also Kitzinger, 2005a; 2007b). Those that subscribe to the ‘Schegloffian’ (1997) position argue that if political levels of analysis have any place, they must come after technical analyses of data.

78). Klein demonstrates how listeners can exploit the system relevance of ‘simple non-recognitional reference’ for a variety of interactional purposes and concludes, contrary to Land and Kitzinger, that ‘the normative inclusion of gender categorization as a minimum basic form of non-recognitional reference makes gender an omnipresent category of persons in talk’ (p. 81). Part II: Gender, repair and recipient design Two key conversational practices are addressed in the following three chapters: repair (in particular, self-initiated self-repair in which a speaker marks some aspect of their ongoing talk as problematic and repairs it within the same turn) and recipient design (the way speakers orient to and monitor their recipients and design or reshape their talk accordingly: see C.

However, speakers are sensitive to the consequences of selecting one over the other, as demonstrated in the instances examined by Lerner and Kitzinger where speakers halt the progressivity of talk in order to deal with (or more formally, repair) some ostensible trouble in relation to self-reference. , collective self-reference), then its local relevance may be partially unmasked’ (Lerner & Kitzinger, 2007b: 531). They show that ‘I’ and ‘we’ are both possible selections in many turns at talk and that recipients can inspect either of them for what they might be doing given that the other could have been used.

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