Interactional Linguistics Bibliography

(mostly works in English)

(not exhaustive)

(not including language acquisition)

Sandra A. Thompson

Updated as of August, 2017

 

Useful introductions to Conversation Analysis

Charles Antaki's website, offering an overview of CA with a hands-on transcription tutorial: : <http://www-staff.lboro.ac.uk/%7Essca1/sitemenu.htm> or <http://www-staff.lboro.ac.uk/~ssca1/index.htm>

Clayman, Steven E. and Virginia Teas Gill. 2004. Conversation Analysis. in Hardy and Bryman, eds., Handbook of Data Analysis, 589-606 . London: Sage.

Clift, Rebecca. 2016. Conversation Analysis. Cambridge University Press.

Drew, Paul. 2005. Conversation Analysis. In Fitch, Kristine L. and Robert E. Sanders, eds., Handbook of language and social interaction. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Heritage, John. 1984. Garfinkel and ethnomethodology. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Heritage, John. 1989. Current developments in conversation analysis. In D. Roger and P. Bull, eds., Conversation: an interdisciplinary perspective, 21-36. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Hutchby, Ian and Robin Wooffitt. 2008. Conversation analysis (2nd edition). Cambridge: Polity Press.

Levinson, Stephen. 1983. Chap. 6 from: Pragmatics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Levinson, Stephen. 2006. Cognition at the heart of human interaction. Discourse Studies 8.1: 85-93.

Liddicoat, Anthony J. 2007. An introduction to conversation analysis. London: Continuum.

Mey, Jacob. 1993. Pragmatics, chaps. 10-12. Oxford: Blackwell.

Nofsinger, Robert E. 1991. Everyday conversation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Pomerantz, Anita and B. J. Fehr. 1997. Conversation analysis: an approach to the study of social action as sense making practices. In Teun A. van Dijk, ed., Discourse as social interaction, 65-91. London: Sage.

Psathas, George. 1995. Conversation analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 2007. Sequence organization in interaction: a primer in conversation analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 1994. Approaches to discourse, chap. 7. Oxford: Blackwell.

Sidnell, Jack. Conversation Analysis: A Glossary and Guide to the Literature. <http://individual.utoronto.ca/jsidnell/Sidnell.CAoverview.html>

Sidnell, Jack. 2010. Conversation Analysis: an Introduction. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Sidnell, Jack and N. J. Enfield. 2012. Language Diversity and Social Action: A Third Locus of Linguistic Relativity. Current Anthropology, 53.3: 302-333.

Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers. 2012. The handbook of conversation analysis. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

ten Have, Paul. 1999. Doing conversation analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Wootton, Anthony J. 1989. Remarks on the methodology of conversation analysis. Conversation: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, ed. Derek Roger and Peter Bull, 238-258. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

________________________________________________________________________________

Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English

Du Bois, John W. et al. 2000-2005. Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English, Parts 1-4. Philadelphia: Linguistic Data Consortium.

http://www.ldc.upenn.edu

Part 1: Du Bois, John W., Wallace L. Chafe, Charles Meyer, and Sandra A. Thompson. 2000. Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English, Part One. Philadelphia: Linguistic Data Consortium.

http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/Catalog/CatalogEntry.jsp?catalogId=LDC2000S85

Part 2: Du Bois, John W., Wallace L. Chafe, Charles Meyer, Sandra A. Thompson, and Nii Martey. 2003. Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English, Part Two. Philadelphia: Linguistic Data Consortium.

http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/Catalog/CatalogEntry.jsp?catalogId=LDC2003S06

Part 3: Du Bois, John W. and Robert Englebretson. 2004. Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English, Part Three. Philadelphia: Linguistic Data Consortium.

http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/Catalog/CatalogEntry.jsp?catalogId=LDC2004S10

Part 4: Du Bois, John W. and Robert Englebretson. 2005. Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English, Part Four. Philadelphia: Linguistic Data Consortium.

http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/Catalog/CatalogEntry.jsp?catalogId=LDC2005S25

____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Transcription Systems Widely Used in Interactional Linguistics

For Conversation Analysis: Atkinson, J. Maxwell and John Heritage, eds. 1984. Structures of social action: studies in conversation analysis, ix - xvi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Tutorial: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/soc/faculty/schegloff/TranscriptionProject/index.html

Hepburn, Alexa and Galina Bolden. 2013. The conversation analytic approach to transcription. In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers, eds. The handbook of conversation analysis, 57-76. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons.

For the Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English: Du Bois, John, Stephan Schuetze-Coburn, Danae Paolino, and Susanna Cumming. 1993. Outline of discourse transcription. In Jane A. Edwards and Martin D. Lampert, eds., Talking data: Transcription and coding methods for language research, 45-89. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

and: http://www.linguistics.ucsb.edu/projects/transcription/representing

For GAT: Selting, Margret, Peter Auer, Barden, Bergmann, Couper-Kuhlen, Gunthner, Meier, Quasthoff, Schlobinsky, and Uhmann. 1998. Gesprächsanalytisches Transkriptionssystem (GAT). Linguistische Berichte 173: 91-122.

GAT - English edition: <http://agd.ids-mannheim.de/html/gat_en.shtml>

__________________________________________________________________________________

"Interaction and Linguistic Structures" (InLiSt) publications:

<http://www.uni-potsdam.de/u/inlist/index.htm>

__________________________________________________________________________________

Journal abbreviations:

ROLSI: Research on Language and Social Interaction.

JP: Journal of Pragmatics

 

__________________________________________________________________________________

Ainsworth-Vaughn, N. 1992. Topic Transitions in Physician-Patient Interviews: Power, Gender, and Discourse Change', Language in Society 21: 409-426.

Akatsuka, Noriko. 1997. On the co-construction of counterfactual reasoning. JP18: 781-794.

Akatsuka, Noriko and Patricia M. Clancy. 1993. Conditionality and deontic modality in Japanese and Korean: Evidence from the emergence of conditionals. Japanese/Korean Linguistics, 2, 177-192.

Akatsuka, Noriko McCawley and Susan Strauss. 2000. Counterfactual reasoning and desirability. In Kortmann, Bernd and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Cause-condition-concession-contrast, 205-234. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Altenberg, Bengt. 1987. Prosodic patterns in spoken English: studies in the correlation between prosody and grammar. Lund: Lund University Press.

Altenberg, Bengt. 1987. Causal ordering strategies in English conversation. In J. Monaghan, ed., Grammar in the construction of texts, 50-64. London: Frances Pinter.

Anward, Jan. 2005. Lexeme recycled: how categories emerge from interaction. Logos and language 2: 31-46.

Ariel, Mira. 2004. Most. Language 80.4: 658-706.

Arnold, Lynnette. 2012. Dialogic Embodied Action: Using Gesture to Organize Sequence and Participation in Instructional Interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction. 45(3), 269–296.

Ashby, William J.. 1981. The loss of the negative particle ne in French: a syntactic change in progress. Language 674-687.

Ashby, William J.. 1988. The syntax, pragmatics, and sociolinguistics of left- and right-dislocations in French. Lingua 76:203-229.

Ashby, William J. 1992. The variable use of on versus tu/vous for indefinite reference in spoken French. Journal of French Language Studies 2: 135-157.

Ashby, William J. 1994. An acoustic profile of right-dislocations in French. French language studies 4: 127-145.

Ashby, William J. 1997. The negative variable (ne) in spoken French: a change in progress? UC Santa Barbara ms.

Ashby, William and Paola Bentivoglio. 1993. Preferred argument structure in spoken French and Spanish. Language variation and change 5:61-76.

Ashby, William J. and Paola Bentivoglio. 1997. Strategies for introducing new referents into discourse: a comparative analysis of French and Spanish presentational structures. In Robert M. Hammond and Marguerita G. MacDonald, eds., Linguistic studies in honor of Bohdan Saciuk. West Lafayette, IN: Learning Systems, Inc., 9-26.

Atkinson, J. Maxwell and John Heritage, eds. 1984. Structures of social action: studies in conversation analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Auer, Peter. 1984. Referential problems in conversation. JP 8: 627-648.

Auer, Peter. 1992. The neverending sentence: rightward expansion in spoken language. In Miklós Kontra and Tamás Váradi, eds., Studies in spoken languages: English, German, Finno-Ugric, 41-59. Budapest: Linguistics Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Auer, Peter. 1996. On the prosody and syntax of turn-taking. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Margret Selting, eds., Prosody and conversation, 57-100. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Auer, Peter. 2000. Pre- and post-positioning of wenn-clauses in spoken and written German. InLiSt No. 15. University of Konstanz.

Auer, Peter. 2005. Projection in interaction and projection in grammar. Text 25.1: 7-36.

Auer, Peter. 2005. Syntax als Prozess. InList No. 41. University of Konstanz. http://www.ub.uni-konstanz.de/kops/volltexte/2005/1559/

Auer, Peter. 2009. On-Line Syntax: Thoughts on the Temporality of Spoken Language. Language Sciences 31.1: 1-13.

Auer, Peter. 2009. Projection and Minimalistic Syntax in Interaction. Discourse Processes 46. 2-3: 180-205.

Auer, Peter. 2013.  Sentences and their symbiotic guests. Notes on analepsis from the perspective of online syntax. In Ritva Laury, Marja Etelämäki & Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Approaches to grammar for Interactional Linguistics, Special issue of Pragmatics.

Auer, Peter. 2015. The temporality of language in interaction: projection and latency. In: Deppermann, Arnulf and  Susanne Günthner, eds. Temporality in interaction. Amsterdam, 27-56.

Auer, Peter, Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, and Frank Muller. 1999. Language in time: the rhythm and tempo of spoken interaction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Auer, Peter and Maschler, Yael. 2013. Discourse or grammar? VS patterns in spoken Hebrew and spoken German narratives. Language Sciences 37: 147-181. 

Auer, Peter and Maschler, Yael (eds.).  In press. NU and NÅ: A Family of Discourse Markers across the Languages of Europe and Beyond.  Berlin:  Walter de Gruyter.

Barnes, Scott. 2012. On that’s right and its combination with other tokens. Journal of Pragmatics 44: 243–260.

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar. 2003. Concession in spoken English. Tubingen: Gunter Narr Verlag.

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar. 2008. Interactional linguistics. In G. Antos and Eija Ventola, eds., Handbooks of Applied Linguistics: Handbook of Interpersonal Communication, Vol. 2, 77-105. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar. 2011. The fuzziness of intonation units: Some theoretical considerations and a practical solution. InList 51. http://www.inlist.uni-bayreuth.de/

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar. 2016. Intonation units revisited: Cesuras in talk-in-interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen. 2002. On the development of final though: a case of grammaticalization? In Wischer, Ilse and Gabriele Diewalds, eds., New reflections on grammaticalization, 345-361. Benjamins.

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen. 2011. Action, prosody and emergent constructions: The case of 'and'. In Peter Auer and Stefan Pfänder, eds., Constructions: Emerging and emergent, 263-292. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar, Elisabeth Reber, and Margret Selting. 2010. Prosody in interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bates, Elizabeth and Judith C. Goodman. 1999. On the emergence of grammar from the lexicon. In Brian MacWhinney, ed., The emergence of language, 29-79. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bavelas, Janet B., L. Coates, and T. Johnson. 2002. Listener responses as a collaborative process: the role of gaze. Journal of Communication 52: 556-580.

Beach, Wayne. 1993. Transitional regularities for ‘casual’ “Okay” usages. Journal of Pragmatics 19(3): 325-52.

Benjamin, Trevor and Traci Walker. 2013. Managing problems of acceptability through high rise–fall repetitions. Discourse Processes 50.2: 107–138.

Bentivoglio, Paola. 1992. Linguistic correlations between subjects of one-argument verbs and subjects of more-argument verbs in spoken Spanish. In P. Hirschbühler and K. Koerner, eds., Romance languages and modern linguistic theory, 11-24. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bentivoglio, Paola. 1993. Full NPs in spoken Spanish: a discourse profile. In W. Ashby, M. Mithun, G. Perissinotto, and E. Raposo, eds., Linguistic perspectives on the Romance languages, 211-224. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bentivoglio, Paola. 1998. Newness, animacy and continuity of reference in spoken Spanish. Lingua Americana II.2: 22-37.

Bentivoglio, Paola and Elizabeth G. Weber. 1986. A functional approach to subject word order in spoken Spanish. In Osvaldo Jaeggli and Carmen Silva-Corvalán, eds., Studies in Romance linguistics, 23-40. Dordrecht: Foris.

Berger, Evelyne and Simona Pekarek Doehler. 2015. Direct reported speech in storytellings: Enacting and negotiating epistemic entitlements. Text and Talk 35.6:789–813.

Bergmann, Pia, Jana Brenning, Martin, Pfeiffer, and Elisabeth Reber. 2012. Prosody and Embodiment in Interactional Grammar. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Betz, Emma. 2008. Grammar and interaction: pivots in German conversation. Benjamins.

Biber, Douglas, Stig Johansson, Geoffrey Leech, Susan Conrad, and Edward Finegan. 1999. Longman grammar of spoken and written English. London: Longman.

Biq, Yung-O. 1990. Conversation, continuation, and connectives. Text 10.3: 187-208.

Biq, Yung-O. 1990. Question-words as hedges in conversational Chinese: a Q and R exercise. In Lawrence B. Bouton and Yamuna Kachru, eds., Pragmatics and language learning, 141-157. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Biq, Yung-O. 1991. The multiple uses of the second person singular pronoun in conversational Mandarin. JP 16: 307-321.

Biq, Yung-O. 1993. From TV Talk to Screen Caption. Text 13.3: 351-369.

Biq, Yung-O. 1995. Chinese causal sequencing and yinwei in conversation and press reportage. Berkeley Linguistics Society 21: 47-60.

Biq, Yung-O. 2001. The grammaticalization of jiushi and jiushishuo in Mandarin Chinese. Concentric: Studies in English Literature and Linguistics 27.2: 103-124.

Biq, Yung-O. 2004. Construction, reanalysis, and stance: ‘V yi ge N’ and variations in Mandarin Chinese. JP 36.9: 1655-1672.

Biq, Yung-O. 2004. People, things and stuff: general nouns in spoken Mandarin. Concentric: Studies in Linguistics 30.1: 41-64.

Blythe, Joe. 2009. Doing referring in Murriny Patha conversation. Ph.D. thesis, University of Sydney.

Blythe, Joe. 2009. Prosodic person reference in Murriny Patha reported interaction. In Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar, N Dehé, & A Wichman, eds. Where prosody meets pragmatics: Research at the interface, 23-52. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Blythe, Joe. 2010. From ethical datives to number markers in Murriny Patha. In R Hendery & J Hendriks (eds.), Grammatical change: Theory and description, 157-184. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blythe, Joe. 2010. Self-association in Murriny Patha conversation. In Mushin, Ilana  & Rod Gardner, eds. Studies in Australian Indigenous Conversation. A special edition of Australian Journal of Linguistics, 30(4), 447-469.

Blythe, Joe. 2012. From passing-gesture to 'true' romance: Kin-based teasing in Murriny Patha conversation. Journal of Pragmatics, 44(4), 508-528.

Blythe, Joe. 2011. Laughter is the best medicine: Roles for prosody in a Murriny Patha conversational narrative. In B Baker, I Mushin, M Harvey & R Gardner (eds), Indigenous language and social identity: Papers in honour of Michael Walsh, 223-236. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blythe, Joe. 2013. Preference organization driving structuration: Evidence from Australian Aboriginal interaction for pragmatically motivated grammaticalization. Language 89(4): 883–919.

Blythe, Joe. 2015. Other-initiated repair in Murrinh-Patha. Open Linguistics, 1. 283-308. doi:10.1515/opli-2015-0003.

Blythe, Joe, Kinngirri Carmelita Mardigan, Mawurt Ernest Perdjert, & Hywel Stoakes. 2016. Pointing out directions in Murrinhpatha. Open Linguistics (2):132-159.

Bolden, Galina. 2003. Multiple modalities in collaborative turn sequences. Gesture 3.2: 187-212.

Bolden, Galina. 2004. The quote and beyond: Defining boundaries of reported speech in conversational Russian. JP 36.6: 1071-1118.

Bolden, Galina. 2006. Little words that matter: discourse markers 'so' and 'oh' and the doing of other-attentiveness in social interaction. Journal of Communication 56.4: 661-688.

Bolden, Galina. 2008. "So what's up?": using the discourse marker 'so' to launch conversational business. Research on Language and Social Interaction 41.3: 302-327.

Bolden, Galina. 2009. Implementing incipient actions: the discourse marker 'so' in English conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 41.5: 974-998.

Bolden, Galina. 2010. 'Articulating the unsaid' via and-prefaced formulations of others’ talk. Discourse Studies 12.1: 1-32.

Bolden, Galina and Jeffrey D. Robinson. 2011. Soliciting accounts with why-interrogatives in conversation. Journal of Communication 61.1: 94-119.

Broth, Mathias and Leelo Keevallik. 2014. Getting ready to move as a couple: Transient mobile formations in dance classes. Space and Culture 17.2: 107-121.

Browning, Anjali and Alessandro Duranti, eds. 2005. Theories and models of language, interaction and culture. Special Issue, Discourse Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4-5.

Bublitz, Wolfram. 1992. Transferred negation and modality. JP 18:551-577.

Butler, Carly W., Jonathan Potter, Susan Danby, Michael Emmison, and Alexa Hepburn. 2010. Advice-implicative Interrogatives: Building "Client-centered" Support in a Children’s Helpline. Social Psychology Quarterly 73.3: 265-287.

Buttny, R. 1993. Social accountability in communication. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Button, Graham and Neil Casey. 1984. Generating topic: the use of topic initial elicitors. In J. Maxwell Atkinson and John Heritage, eds., Structures of social action: studies in conversation analysis, 167-190. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Button, Graham. 1987a. Answers as interactional products: two sequential practices used in interviews. Social Psychology Quarterly 50: 160-171. [Reprinted in Drew, Paul and John Heritage, eds. 1991. Talk at work: interaction in institutional settings, 212-231.]

Bybee, Joan. 1998. The emergent lexicon. Chicago Linguistics Society 34: 421-435.

Bybee, Joan. 1998. A functionalist approach to grammar and its evolution. Evolution of communication 2.2: 249-278.

Bybee, Joan. 2001. Frequency effects on French liaison. In: Bybee, Joan L. and Paul J. Hopper, eds., Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure, 337-359. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bybee, Joan. 2001. Phonology and language use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bybee, Joan. 2001. Main clauses are innovative, subordinate clauses are conservative: consequences for the nature of constructions. In Bybee, Joan and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 1-17. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bybee, Joan. 2002. Mechanisms of change in grammaticization: The role of repetition. In Richard Janda and Brian Joseph (eds.) Handbook of historical linguistics, 602-623. Oxford: Blackwell.

Bybee, Joan. 2002. Sequentiality as the basis of constituent structure. In T. Givon and Bertram Malle, eds., The evolution of language from pre-language, 109-132. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bybee, Joan. 2003. Cognitive processes in grammaticalization. In Michael Tomasello (ed.) The New Psychology of Language, Volume II. Mahwah: Erlbaum, 145-67.

Bybee, Joan. 2006. From usage to grammar: the mind's response to repetition. Language 82.4: 529-551.

Bybee, Joan. 2007. Frequency of use and the organization of language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bybee, Joan. 2010. Language, usage and cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bybee, Joan and David Eddington. 2006. A usage-based exemplar model approach to Spanish verbs of 'becoming'. Language 82.2: 323-355.

Bybee, Joan and Paul Hopper. 2001. Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Bybee, Joan and Joanne Scheibman. 1999. The effect of usage on degrees of constituency: the reduction of don't in English. Linguistics 37.3: 575-596.

Bybee, Joan and Sandra A. Thompson. 1997. Three frequency effects in syntax. Proceedings of the Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 378-388. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society.

Calude, Andreea S. and Gerald P. Delahunty. 2011. Inferentials in spoken English. Pragmatics 21.3: 307-340.

Carter, Ronald and Michael McCarthy. 1995. Grammar and the spoken language. Applied Linguistics 16.2: 141-58.

Cekaite, Asta. 2010. Shepherding the child: embodied directive sequences in parent-child interactions. Text and Talk 30.1: 1-25.

Chafe, Wallace. 1984. How people use adverbial clauses. Berkeley Linguistics Society 10: 437-449. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society.

Chafe, Wallace. 1986. Evidentiality in English conversation and academic writing. In Johanna Nichols and Wallace Chafe, eds., Evidentiality: the linguistic coding of epistemology, 261-272. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Chafe, Wallace. 1987. Cognitive constraints on information flow. In Russell Tomlin, ed., Coherence and grounding in discourse, 21- 51. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Chafe, Wallace. 1988. Linking intonation units in spoken English. In John Haiman and Sandra A. Thompson, ed., Clause combining in discourse and grammar, 1-27. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Chafe, Wallace. 1992. Intonation units and prominences in English natural discourse. Proceedings of the IRCS Workshop on Prosody in Natural Speech, 41-52. Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Report No. 92-37. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.

Chafe, Wallace. 1993. Prosodic and functional units of language. In Jane A. Edwards and Martin D. Lampert, eds., Talking data: transcription and coding methods for language research, 33-43. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Chafe, Wallace. 1994. Discourse, consciousness, and time: the flow and displacement of conscious experience in speaking and writing. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Chang, Chung-yin. 1997. A discourse analysis of questions in Mandarin conversation. National Taiwan University MA thesis.

Chang, Li-Hsiang. 2003. Linguistic subjectivity and the use of the Mandarin LE in conversation. PhD dissertation, University of New Mexico.

Chappell, Hilary. 1991. Strategies for the assertion of obviousness and disagreement in Mandarin: a semantic study of the modal particle me. Australian Journal of Linguistics 11: 39-65.

Chappell, Hilary and Sandra A. Thompson. 1992. The semantics and pragmatics of Associative DE in Mandarin discourse. Cahiers Linguistiques Asie Orientale XXI: 199-229.

Chen, Shu-Ching Susan. 1997. A discourse analysis of relative clauses in spoken Chinese: a study based on grammatical reflexes and information structure. Taipei: National Taiwan University Master's thesis.

Chen, Shu-Ching Susan. 1998. A discourse analysis of relative clauses in spoken Chinese. In Hua Lin, ed., Proceedings of the ninth North American conference on Chinese linguistics, vol. 2, 53-70. Los Angeles: Graduate Students in Linguistics, University of Southern California.

Cheshire, Jenny. 1996. That jacksprat: An interactional perspective on English that. Journal of Pragmatics 25.3: 369-393.

Chevalier, Fabienne H.G. and Rebecca Clift. 2008. Unfinished Turns in French Conversation: Projectability, Syntax and Action Journal of Pragmatics. 40.10: 1731-1752.

Chui, Kawai. 1994. Information Flow in Mandarin Chinese Discourse, PhD dissertation, National Taiwan Normal University.

Clancy, Patricia M. 2007 Deontic conditionals and desirability: Structure and socialization in child-directed speech. In S. Kuno, S. Makino, & S. Strauss, eds., Festschrift for Noriko Akatsuka, 1-11. Tokyo: Kurosio.

Clancy, Patricia M., Sandra A. Thompson, Ryoko Suzuki, and Hongyin Tao. 1996. The Conversational use of reactive tokens in Japanese, Mandarin, and English. Journal of Pragmatics 26.1: 355-387.

Clancy, Patricia M., Noriko Akatsuka, and Susan Strauss. 1997. Deontic modality and conditionality in discourse: a cross-linguistic study of adult speech to young children. In Akio Kamio, ed., Directions in functional linguistics, 19-57. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Clark, Herbert H. 1989. Contributing to discourse. Cognitive science 13: 259-294. [Also in Clark 1992]

Clark, Herbert H. 1992. Arenas of language use. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Clark, Herbert H. 1996. Using language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clark, Herbert H. and J. E. Fox Tree. 2002. Using uh and um in spontaneous speech. Cognition 84: 73-111.

Clark, Herbert H. and Richard J. Gerrig. 1990. Quotations as demonstrations. Language 66.4: 764-805.

Clark, Herbert H. and Mija M. van der Wege. 2002. Psycholinguistics. In D.L. Medin, ed., Stevens' handbook of experimental psychology, third edition: Cognition, 209-259. New York: John Wiley.

Clark, Herbert H. and Thomas Wasow. 1998. Repeating words in spontaneous speech. Cognitive Psychology 37: 201-242.

Clark, Herbert H. and Deanna Wilkes-Gibbs. 1986. Referring as a collaborative process. Cognition 22: 1-39. [Also in Clark 1999.]

Clayman, Steve. 2013. Agency in Response: The Role of Prefatory Address Terms. Journal of Pragmatics 57:290–302.

Clayman, Steven and John Heritage. 2002. Questioning presidents: Journalistic deference and adversarialness in the press conferences of Eisenhower and Reagan. Journal of Communication 52: 749-777.

Clift, Rebecca. 2001. Meaning in interaction: the case of actually. Language 77.2: 245-291.

Clift, Rebecca. 2006. Indexing stance: Reported speech as an interactional evidential. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 10/5, 569-595.

Clift, Rebecca. 2007. Getting there first: non-narrative reported speech in interaction. In E. Holt and R. Clift, eds. Reporting Talk: Reported Speech in Interaction.120-149. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clift, R. 2007. Grammar in time: the non-restrictive ‘which’-clause as an interactional
resource. Essex Research Reports in Linguistics, 55: 51-82.

Clift, Rebecca. 2012. Identifying action: laughter in non-humorous reported speech. Journal of pragmatics 44: 1302-1312.

Clift, Rebecca. 2012. Identifying Action: Laughter in non-humorous reported speech. Journal of Pragmatics 44: 1303-1312.

Clift, Rebecca. 2013. No Laughing Matter: Laughter and resistance in the construction of identity. In Studies of Laughter in Interaction, eds.  Elizabeth Holt and Philip Glenn. Continuum.

Clift, Rebecca. 2014. Visible Deflation: embodiment and emotion in interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 47:4, 380-403.

Clift, Rebecca. 2015. Don’t Make Me Laugh: Responsive laughter as a disaffiliative action. Journal of Pragmatics.

Clift, Rebecca, Paul Drew, and John Local. 2013. 'Why that, now?: Position and composition in interaction (or, don't forget the position in composition).' In: Kempson, Ruth, Christine Howes, and Martin Orwin, eds., Language, Music and Interaction, 211-232. London: College Publications. 

Cook, Haruko Minegishi. 1990. The role of the Japanese sentence-final particle no in the socialization of children. Multilingua 9.4: 377-395.

Cook, Haruko Minegishi. 1992. Meanings of non-referential indexes: a case study of the Japanese sentence-final ne. Text 12.4: 507-539.

Cote, Sharon. 1997. Elaboration: a function and a form. BLS 23: 402-410.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1992. Contextualizing discourse: The prosody of interactive repair. In Aldo di Luzio and Peter Auer, eds., The contextualization of language, 337-364. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1993. English speech rhythm: form and function in everyday verbal interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1995. On the foregrounded progressive in American conversational narrative: a new development. Anglistentag 1994 Graz Proceedings, 229-245. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1996. Intonation and clause combining in discourse: the case of because. Pragmatics 6.3: 389-426.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1999. Varieties of conditionals and their emergence in discourse. In Aditi Lahiri, Alexander Pasterovsky, Christophe Strauss, eds., Arbeitspapier 99: Issues in interdisciplinary research on the lexicon, 89-130. Konstanz: University of Konstanz.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1999. Coherent voicing: On prosody in conversational reported speech. In Wolfram Bublitz & Uta Lenk, eds., Coherence in spoken and written discourse: how to create it and how to describe it. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 11-32.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2000. Prosody. In Verscheuren, Jef, Jan-Ola Ostman, Jan Blommaert, and Chris Bulcaen, eds., Handbook of Pragmatics 2000. 1-19. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2001. Interactional prosody: high onsets in reason-for-the-call turns. Language in Society 30: 29-53.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2004. Prosody and sequence organization in English conversation. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Cecilia E. Ford, eds., Sound patterns in interaction, 335-376. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2006. Situated phonologies: Patterns of phonology in discourse contexts. In Martha Pennington, ed., Phonology in Context. Advances in Linguistics Series 1, 186-218. Houndmills, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2007. Assessing and accounting. In Elizabeth Holt and Rebecca Clift, eds., Reporting talk: reported speech in interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2007. Intonation and discourse: current views from within. In The Handbook of Discourse Analysis : Blackwell Reference Online.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2009. A sequential approach to affect: The case of 'disappointment'. In Markku Haakana, Minna Laakso & Jan Lindström, eds., Talk in interaction - comparative dimensions, 94-123. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society (SKS).

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2012. Some truths and untruths about final intonation in conversational questions, 123-145. In: J. P. de Ruiter, ed., Questions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2012. Turn continuation and clause combinations. Discourse Processes. 49: 273-299.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2012. Exploring affiliation in the reception of conversational complaint stories. In Anssi Perakyla and Marja-Leena Sorjonen, eds., Emotion in interaction, 113-146. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 2014. What does grammar tell us about action? Pragmatics 24.3: 623-647.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Cecilia E. Ford, eds., 2004. Sound patterns in interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth & Marja Etelämäki. 2014. On divisions of labor in request and offer environments. In Paul Drew & Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Requesting in interaction, 115-144. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Tsuyoshi Ono, eds. 2007. Turn continuation in cross-linguistic perspective. Special issue, Pragmatics 17.4.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Tsuyoshi Ono. 2007. 'Incrementing' in conversation. a comparison of practices in English, German and Japanese. In Couper-Kuhlen and Ono, eds,. 2007. Turn continuation in cross-linguistic perspective. Pragmatics 17.4: 513-552.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Margret Selting, eds. 1996. Prosody in conversation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Margret Selting. To appear. Interactional Linguistics:
Studying language in social interaction.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Sandra A. Thompson. 1999. On the concessive relation in conversational English, in Fritz-Wilhelm Neumann and Sabine Schuelting, eds.: Anglistentag 1998 Erfurt: Proceedings: 29-39. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Sandra A. Thompson. 2005. A linguistic practice for retracting overstatements: concessive repair. In Auli Haulinen and Margret Selting, eds., Syntax and lexis in conversation, 257-288. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Sandra A. Thompson. 2008. On assessing situations and events in conversation: Extraposition and its relatives. Discourse Studies 10.4: 443-467.

Crystal, David. 1979. Neglected grammatical factors in conversational English. In Sydney Greenbaum, Geoffrey Leech, and Jan Svartvik, eds., Studies in English linguistics, 153-166. London: Longman.

Cumming, Susanna, Tsuyoshi Ono, and Ritva Laury. 2011. Discourse, Grammar and Interaction.  In Teun A. Van Dijk. ed., Discourse Studies: A multidisciplinary introduction, second ed., 8-35. London: Sage.

Curl, Traci S. 2005. Practices in other-initiated repair resolution: the phonetic differentiation of 'repetitions'. Discourse Processes 39.1:1-44.

Curl, Traci S. 2006. Offers of assistance: constraints on syntactic design. Journal of Pragmatics. 38:1257-1280.

Curl, Traci S. and Paul Drew. 2008. Contingency and action: a comparison of two forms of requesting. ROSLI 41.2: 1-25.

Curl, Traci S., John Local and Gareth Walker. 2006, Repetition and the prosody-pragmatics interface. Journal of Pragmatics 38.10: 1721-1751.

Dahl, Östen. 1997. Egocentricity in discourse and syntax. http://www.ling.su.se/staff/oesten/egocentric.

Davidson, Judy. 1984. Subsequent versions of invitations, offers, requests, and proposals dealing with potential or actual rejection. In J.M Atkinson and J. Heritage, eds. Structures of social action, 102-28. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Delahunty, Gerald and Laura Gatzkiewicz. 2000. On the Spanish inferential construction ser que. Pragmatics 10.3: 301-322.

Depperman, Arnulf. 2005. Conversational interpretation of lexical items and conversational contrasting. In Hakulinen, Auli and Margret Selting, eds., Syntax and lexis in conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Deppermann, Arnulf. 2011a. The study of formulations as a key to an interactional semantics. Human Studies 34:115-128.

Deppermann, Arnulf. 2011b. Notionalization: The transformation of descriptions into categorizations. Human Studies 34:155-181.

Deppermann, Arnulf. 2013. Turn-design at turn-beginnings: Multimodal resources to deal with tasks of turn-construction in German. Journal of Pragmatics 46:91-121.

Deppermann, Arnulf and Susanne Gunthner, eds. 2015. Temporality in interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Dingemanse, Mark, Joe Blythe, and Tyko Dirksmeyer. 2014. Formats for other-initiation of repair across languages An exercise in pragmatic typology. Studies in Language 38.1: 5-43.

Dingemanse, Mark., Giovanni Rossi, and Simeon Floyd. 2017. Place reference in story beginnings: a crosslinguistic study of narrative and interactional affordances. Language in Society, 46.2:129-158.

Dingemanse, Mark, Sean G. Roberts, Julija Baranova, Joe Blythe, Paul Drew, Simeon Floyd, Rósa Gísladóttir, et al. 2015. Universal Principles in the Repair of Communication Problems. PLoS One 10(9). 1-15. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.013610o.

Dingemanse, Mark, Sean G. Roberts, Julija Baranova, Joe Blythe, Paul Drew, Simeon Floyd, Rósa Gísladóttir, et al. 2015. Universal Principles in the Repair of Communication Problems. PLoS One 10(9). 1-15. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0136100.

Downing, Pamela. 1996. Proper names as a referential option in English conversation. In Barbara Fox, ed., Studies in anaphora, 95-143. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Drake, Veronika. 2015. Indexing uncertainty: The case of turn-final or. Research on Lang. and Soc. Interaction 48.3: 301-318.

Drew, Paul. 2009. ‘Quit talking while I’m interrupting’: a comparison between positions of overlap onset in conversation. In M.Haakana, M. Laakso and J.Lindström (eds.) Comparative Aspects of Conversation Analysis. Finnish Literature Society: 70-93.

Drew, Paul. 2013. Conversation analysis and social action. Journal of Foreign Languages 37.3: 1-20.

Drew, Paul & Chilton, K. 2000. Calling just to keep in touch: Regular and habitualised telephone calls as an environment for small talk. In J. Coupland, ed., Small talk, 138–162. New York, NY: Longman.

Drew, Paul and Traci Curl. 2009. ‘Going too far’: complaining, escalating and disaffiliation. Journal of Pragmatics 41: 2009: 2400-2414.

Drew, Paul and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds. 2014. Requesting in social interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Drew, Paul and Elizabeth Holt. 1988. Complainable matters: the use of idiomatic expressions in making complaints. Social problems 35.4: 398-417.

Drew, Paul and Elizabeth Holt. 1998. Figures of speech: idiomatic expressions and the management of topic transition in conversation. Language in Society 27: 495-523.

Drew, Paul and Traci Walker. 2010. Requesting assistance in calls to the police. In  M.Coulthard and A. Johnson (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics, 95-110. Routeledge.

Drew, Paul, Traci Walker, and Richard Ogden. 2012. Self-repair and action construction. In Hayashi, Makoto, Geoffrey Raymond, and Jack Sidnell, eds. Conversational Repair and Human Understanding. Cambridge University Press:113-147.

Du Bois, John. 1991. Transcription design principles for spoken discourse research. Pragmatics 1:71-106.

Du Bois, John W. 2000. Santa Barbara Corpus of Spoken American English. [See above.]

Du Bois, John W. 2001. Discourse and grammar. In Michael Tomasello, ed., The new psychology of language, vol. 2. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Du Bois, John W. 2003. Argument structure: grammar in use. In Du Bois, John W., Lorraine E. Kumpf, and William J. Ashby, eds. 2003. Preferred argument structure: grammar as architecture for function, 10-60. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Du Bois, John W. 2007. The stance triangle. In Robert Englebretson, ed., Stancetaking in discourse: subjectivity, evaluation, interaction, 139-182. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

DuBois, John W. 2014. Towards a Dialogic Syntax. Cognitive Linguistics 25.3: 359-410.

Du Bois, John W., Lorraine E. Kumpf, and William J. Ashby, eds. 2003. Preferred argument structure: grammar as architecture for function. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Du Bois, John and Stephan Schuetze-Coburn. 1993. Representing hierarchy: constituent structure for discourse databases. Jane A. Edwards and Martin D. Lampert, eds., Talking data: Transcription and coding methods for language research, 221-260. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Du Bois, John W., Stephan Schuetze-Coburn, Danae Paolino, and Susanna Cumming. 1992. Discourse transcription. Volume 4 of Santa Barbara Papers in Linguistics, UC Santa Barbara.

Du Bois, John, Stephan Schuetze-Coburn, Danae Paolino, and Susanna Cumming. 1993. Outline of discourse transcription. In Jane A. Edwards and Martin D. Lampert, eds., Talking data: Transcription and coding methods for language research, 45-89. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Du Bois, John and Sandra A. Thompson. 1993. Dimensions of a theory of information flow, ms., UC Santa Barbara.

Duranti, Alessandro. 1984. The social meaning of subject pronouns in Italian conversation. Text 4.4.

Duranti, Alessandro. 1986. The audience as co-author. Text 6:239-247.

Duranti, Alessandro. 1990. Politics and grammar: agency in Samoan pollitical discourse. American Ethnologist 17: 646-666.

Duranti, Alessandro. 1994. From grammar to politics: linguistic anthropology in a western Samoan village. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Duranti, Alessandro. 1997. Linguistic anthropology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Duranti, Alessandro and Elinor Ochs. 1979. Left-dislocation in Italian conversation. In Talmy Givón, ed., Discourse and syntax, 377-416. New York: Academic Press.

Duranti, Alessandro and Elinor Ochs. 1990. Genitive constructions and agency in Samoan discourse. Studies in language 14.l:1-23.

Durie, Mark. 1988. Preferred argument structure in an active language: arguments against the category 'intransitive subject'. Lingua 74:1-25.

Durie, Mark. 1994. Pragmatic linking in Acehnese. Text 14.4:495-529.

Dutra, Rosalia. 1987. The hybrid S category in Brazilian Portuguese: sosme implications for word order. Studies in language 11: 163-180.

Edwards, Derek. 2000. Extreme case formulations: Softeners, investment, and doing nonliteral. Research on Language and Social Interaction 33: 347-373.

Edwards, Derek. 2005. Moaning, whinging and laughing: the subjective side of complaints. Discourse Studies 7.1: 5-29.

Egbert, Maria. 1997. Some interactional achievements of other-initiated repair in multiperson conversation. Journal of Pragmatics. 27, 611-634.

Egbert, Maria. 1997. Schisming: the collaborative transformation from a single conversation to multiple conversations. Research in Language and Social Interaction Vol. 30.1: 1-51.

Egbert, Maria. 1996. Context-sensitivity in conversation: eye gaze and the German repair initiator bitte?. Language in Society 25:4.

Egbert, Maria. 2005. Interaction as a resource for lexis, semantics and word class – arguments for considering the German self-repair initiators ehm and eh as words. In Hakulinen, Auli and Margret Selting, eds. Syntax and Lexis in Conversation. Benjamins.

Egbert, Maria and Monika Vöge. 2008. Wh-Interrogative formats used for questioning and beyond: German warum (why) and wieso (why) and English why. Discourse Studies 10.1: 17-36.

Ehmer, Oliver. 2016. Complex adverbial constructions: the case of X-mais-comme-Y-Z in spoken French. Language Sciences 58: 126-143.

Ekberg,  Stuart. 2012. Addressing a source of trouble outside of the repair space. Journal of Pragmatics 44.4: 374-386.

Ellis, Nick C. 2002. Frequency effects in language acquisition: a review with implications for theories of implicit and explicit language acquisition. Studies in Second Language Acquisition.

Elman, Jeffery L., Elizabeth A. Bates, Mark H. Johnson, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Domenico Parisi, Kim Plunkett. 1996. Rethinking Innateness: a connectionist perspective on development. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Endo, Tomoko, 2013. Epistemic stance in Mandarin conversation: The positions and functions of wo juede 'I think'. In  Pan, Yuling and Daniel Kádár (eds.), Chinese Discourse and Interaction: Theory and Practice. Equinox, London, pp. 12–34.

Enfield, N. J. 2009. The anatomy of meaning: speech, gesture, and composite utterances. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Enfield, N. J. 2011. Sources of asymmetry in human interaction: enchrony, status, knowledge, and agency. In Stivers, Tanya, Lorenza Mondada, and Jakob Steensig, eds., The morality of knowledge in conversation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Enfield, N. J. and Tanya Stivers, eds., 2007. Person reference in interaction: Linguistic, cultural, and social perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Enfield, N. J. and Stephen C. Levinson. 2006. Roots of human sociality. Oxford: Berg.

Englebretson, Robert. 1997a. Genre and grammar: predicative and attributive adjectives in spoken English. BLS 23: 411-421.

Englebretson, Robert. 1997b. Why don't all the adjectives go there? Semantic classification of adjectives in conversational English. Paper presented at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 3, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Englebretson, Robert. 2003. Searching for structure: the problem of complementation in colloquial Indonesian conversation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Englebretson, Robert, ed. 2007. Stancetaking in discourse: subjectivity, evaluation, interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Englert, C. 2010. Questions and responses in Dutch conversations. Journal of Pragmatics 42.10: 2666–2684.

Erickson, Frederick. 1992. They know all the lines: rhythmic organization and contextualization in a conversational listing routine. In Peter Auer and Aldo di Luzio, eds., The contextualization of language, 365-397. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Eriksson, Mats. 2009. Referring as interaction: On the interplay between linguistic and bodily practices. Journal of Pragmatics 41.2: 240- 262.

Erman, Britt. 2001. Pragmatic markers with a focus on you know in adult and adolescent talk. JP 33: 1337-1359.

Erman, Britt and Beatrice Warren. 2000. The idiom principle and the open choice principle. Text 20.1:29-62.

Ewing , Michael C. 1991. The discourse functions of relative clauses in Indonesian. BLS 17: 81-91.

Ewing , Michael C. 1995. Two pathways to identifiability in Cirebon Javanese. BLS 21, Special session on discourse in Southeast Asian languages: 72-82.

Ewing , Michael C. 2005. Grammar and inference in conversation: identifying clause structure in spoken Javanese. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ewing, Michael. 2005. Hierarchical constituency in conversational language: the case of Cirebon Javanese. Studies in language 29.1: 89-112.

Falk, Jane. 1980. The conversational duet. Berkeley Linguistics Society 6: 507-514.

Fasulo A. and Monzoni C. 2009. Assessing mutable objects: A multimodal analysis. Research on Language and Social Interaction 42.4: 362-376.

Field, Margaret. 1997. The role of factive predicates in the indexicalization of stance: a discourse perspective. JP 27.6: 799-814.

Ferrara, Kathleen. 1992. The interactive achievement of a sentence: joint productions in therapeutic discourse. Discourse processes 15:207-228.

Ferrara, Kathleen. 1994. Therapeutic ways with words. Oxford University Press.

Floyd, Simeon,  Elizabeth Manrique, Giovanni Rossi, and Francisco Torreira. 2016. Timing of visual bodily behavior in repair sequences: evidence from three languages. Discourse Processes 53: 175-204.

Fonseca-Greber, Bonnie. 2000. The change from pronoun to clitic to prefix and the rise of null subjects in spoken Swiss French. PhD dissertation, University of Arizona.

Ford, Cecilia E. 1993. Grammar in interaction: adverbial clauses in American English conversations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ford, Cecilia E. 1997. Speaking conditionally: some contexts for if-clauses in conversation. In A. Athanasiadou and R. Dirven, eds., On conditionals again, 387-413. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E. 2000. The treatment of contrasts in interaction. In Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Bernd Kortmann, eds., Cause, Condition, Concession, and Contrast: Cognitive and Discourse Perspectives, 283-312. Mouton de Gruyter.

Ford, Cecilia E. 2001. Denial and the construction of conversational turns. In Joan Bybee and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 61-78. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E. 2001. At the intersection of turn and sequence: negation and what comes next. In Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 51-79. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E. 2004. Contingency and units in interaction. Discourse Studies 6.1: 27-52.

Ford, Cecilia E. 2008. Women speaking up: getting and using turns in workplace meetings. Houndsmills and New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Ford, Cecilila E. 2010. Questioning in meetings. In Susan Erlich and Alice Freed, eds., Why do you ask?: functions of questions in institutional discourse, 211-234. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ford, Cecilia E. and Barbara A. Fox. 1996. Interactional motivations for reference formulation: He had. This guy had, a beautiful, thirty-two O:lds. In Barbara Fox, ed., Studies in anaphora, 145-168. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E. and Barbara A. Fox. 2010. Multiple practices for constructing laughables. In Dagmar Barth-Weingarten, Elisabeth Reber and Margret Selting, eds., Prosody in Interaction, 339-368. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E., Fox, Barbara A., and John Hellerman. 2004. Getting past no. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Cecilia Ford, eds. Sound Patterns in Interaction, 233-269. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E., Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson. 1996. Practices in the Construction of Turns: the 'TCU' revisited. Pragmatics 6.3: 427-454.

Ford, Cecilia E., Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson. 2002. Social Interaction and grammar. In Michael Tomasello, ed., The new psychology of language: cognitive and functional approaches to language structure, Vol. 2, 119-143. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Ford, Cecilia E., Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds. 2002. The language of turn and sequence. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ford, Cecilia E., Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson. 2002. Constituency and the grammar of turn increments. In Cecilia Ford, Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds. The language of turn and sequence, 14-38. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ford, Cecilia E., Barbara A. Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson. 2010. Units or Action Trajectories?: Is the language of grammatical categories the language of social action? In Beatrice Szczepek Reed and Geoffrey Raymond, eds., Units of Talk -- Units of Action. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ford, Cecilia E. and Junko Mori. 1994. Causal markers in Japanese and English conversations: a cross-linguistic study of interactional grammar. Pragmatics 4.1:31-62.

Ford, Cecilia E. and Sandra A. Thompson. 1986. Conditionals in discourse: a text-based study from English, in Elizabeth C. Traugott, Alice ter Meulen, Judy S. Reilly, and Charles A. Ferguson, eds., On Conditionals, 353-372. Cambridge University Press.

Ford, Cecilia E. and Sandra A. Thompson. 1996. Interactional units in conversation: syntactic, intonational, and pragmatic resources for the projection of turn completion. In Elinor Ochs, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Interaction and grammar, 135-184. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ford, Cecilia E., Sandra A. Thompson, and Veronika Drake. 2012. Bodily-visual practices and turn continuation. Discourse Processes 49: 3-4: 192-212.

Ford, Cecilia E. and Johannes Wagner. 1996. Interaction-based studies of language: Introduction. Pragmatics 6.3:277-279.

Fox, Barbara A. 1986. Local patterns and general principles in cognitive processes: anaphora in writtten and conversational English. Text 6:25-51.

Fox, Barbara A. 1987. Anaphora and the structure of discourse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fox, Barbara. 1987. The noun phrase accessibility hierarchy: subject primacy or the absolutive hypothesis? Language 63:856-70.

Fox, Barbara A. 1994. Contextualization, indexicality, and the distributed nature of grammar. Language sciences 16.1:1-37.

Fox, Barbara A. 1995. The category 'S' in English conversation. In Werner Abraham, T. Givón, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Discourse grammar and typology, 153-178. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Fox, Barbara A., ed. 1996. Studies in anaphora. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Fox, Barbara A. 2000. Micro-syntax in conversation. Paper presented at Interactional Linguistics Conference, Spa.

Fox, Barbara A. 2001. On the embodied nature of grammar: embodied being-in-the-world. In Joan Bybee and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 79-100. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Fox, Barbara A. 2001. An exploration of prosody and turn projection in English conversation. In Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 287-215. John Benjamins. Amsterdam.

Fox, Barbara A. 2001. Evidentiality: authority, responsibility and entitlement in English conversation. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 11: 167-192.

Fox, Barbara A. 2007. Principles shaping grammatical practices: an exploration. Discourse Studies 9: 299-318.

Fox, Barbara A. 2015. On the notion of pre-request. Discourse Studies 17.1: 41-63.

Fox, Barbara A., Makoto Hayashi, and Robert Jasperson. 1996. A cross-linguistic study of syntax and repair. In Elinor Ochs, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Interaction and grammar, 185-237. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fox, Barbara A. and Trine Heinemann. 2015. The alignment of manual and verbal displays in requests for the repair of an object. Research on Language and Social Interaction 48.3: pp. 342-362.

Fox, Barbara A. and Trine Heinemann. 2016. Rethinking format: an examination of requests. Language in society 45.4: 499-531.

Fox, Barbara and Trine Heinemann. 2017. Issues in action formation: requests and the problem with x. Open Linguistics 3, 31-64.

Fox, Barbara A. and Robert Jasperson. 1995. The syntactic organization of repair. In Philip Davis, ed., Descriptive and theoretical modes in the new linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Fox, Barbara, Yael Maschler, and Susanne Uhmann. 2009. Morpho- syntactic resources for the organization of same-turn self-repair: Cross-linguistic variation in English, German and Hebrew. Gesprächsforschung 10: 245-291.

Fox, Barbara, Yael Maschler, and Susanne Uhmann. 2010. A cross-linguistic study of self-repair: Evidence from English, German, and Hebrew. Journal of Pragmatics 42: 2487-2505.

Fox, Barbara A. and Sandra A. Thompson. 1990. A discourse explanation of the grammar of relative clauses in English conversation. Language 66:297-316.

Fox, Barbara A. and Sandra A. Thompson. 1990. On formulating reference: an interactional approach to relative clauses in English conversation. Papers in pragmatics 4:183-195.

Fox, Barbara A. and Sandra A. Thompson. 2007. Relative clauses in English conversation: relativizers, frequency and the notion of construction. Studies in Language 31.2: 293-326.

Fox, Barbara A. and Sandra A. Thompson. 2010. Responses to WH-questions in English conversation. Research on Language and Social Interaction 43.2: 133-156.

Fox, Barbara A., Thompson, Sandra A., Ford, Cecilia E., and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen. 2012. Conversation analysis and linguistics. In Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers, eds., Handbook of Conversation Analysis, 726-740. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Fox Tree, Jean E. and Herbert H. Clark. 1997. Pronouncing "the" as "thee" to signal problems in speaking. Cognition 62: 141-167.

Fox Tree, Jean E. and Josef C. Schrock. 2002. Basic meanings of you know and I mean. JP 34:727-747.

Franck, Dorothea. 1985. Sentences in conversational turns: A case of syntactic 'double bind' In M. Dacsal, ed., Dialogue, 233-245. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Freed, Alice. 1994. The form and function of questions in informal dyadic conversation. JP 21:621-644.

French, P. and John Local. 1983. Turn-competitive incomings. JP 7: 701-715.

Fries, Charles C. 1952. The structure of English: an introduction to the construction of English sentences. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World.

Fry, J. 2003. Ellipsis and wa-marking in Japanese conversation. New York: Routledge.

Fujii, Noriko and Tsuyoshi Ono. 2000. The occurrence and non-occurrence of the Japanese direct object marker o in conversation. Studies in language 24.1: 1-39.

García-Miguel, José M. To appear. Clause structure and transitivity. In Geeraerts, Dirk and Hubert Cuykens, eds., Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics 29. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gardner, Rod. 2002. When Listeners Talk: Response tokens and listener stance. John Benjamins.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1987. Tails (right-dislocations) as a repair mechanism in English conversation. In J. Nuyts and G. De Schutter, eds., Getting one's words into line: on word order and functional grammar, 119-129. Dordrecht: Foris.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1988. The interactional nature of referent-introduction. Chicago Linguistic Society 24.1: 141-154. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1988. Five types of clefting in English discourse. Linguistics 26: 823-841.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1989. Referent-tracking and cooperation in conversation: evidence from repair. Chicago Linguistic Society 25.2: 65-76. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1991. Information flow in English conversation: a new approach to the given-new distinction, 141-167. In Eija Ventola, ed., Functional and systemic linguistics: approaches and uses. Berlin: Mouton.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1991. Discourse functions of IT-clefts in English conversation. Communication and cognition 24: 343-358.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1992. From discourse process to grammatical construction: on left dislocation in English. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1993. Topic-introduction in English conversation. Transactions of the Philological Society 91: 709-730.

Geluykens, Ronald. 1994. The pragmatics of discourse anaphora in English: evidence from conversational repair. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Gísladóttir, Rósa Signý, Chwilla, Dorothee & Levinson, Stephen C. 2015. Conversation electrified: ERP correlates of speech act recognition in underspecified utterances. In: PLoS One 10(3), 1-24. (retrievable from: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0120068)

Glenn, P.J. 2003. Laughter in Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Goffman, Erving. 1981. Forms of talk. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Gohl, Christine. 2000. Causal relations in spoken discourse: asyndetic constructions as a means for giving reasons. In E. Couper-Kuhlen and B. Kortmann, eds., Cause, condition, concessions, contrast: cognitive and discourse perspectives, 83-110. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Golato, Andrea. 2000. An innovative German quotative for reporting on embodied action: und ich so/und er so 'and I'm like/and he's like'. Journal of Pragmatics 32: 29-54.

Golato, Andrea. 2002. German compliment responses. Journal of Pragmatics 34: 547-471.

Golato, Andrea. 2002. Grammar and interaction: reported discourse and subjunctive in German. Zeitschrift fur Sprachwissenschaft 22.1: 24-55.

Golato, Andrea. 2002. Self-quotation in German: reporting on past decisions. In T. Guldemann and M. v. Roncador, eds., Reported discourse: a meeting ground for different linguistic domains, 49-70. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Golato, Andrea. 2005. Compliments and compliment responses: their grammatical structure and sequential organization. Benjamins.

Golato, Andrea. 2010. Marking understanding versus receipting information in talk: achso and ach in German interaction. Discourse Studies 12.2: 147-176.

Golato, A. 2011. Appreciatory sounds and expressions of embodied pleasure used as compliments. In K. Aijmer & G. Anderson (Eds.), Pragmatics of society (pp. 359–390). Berlin, Germany: Mouton-de Gruyter.

Golato, Andrea. 2012. German oh: Marking an Emotional Change of State,
Research on Language & Social Interaction 45:3: 245-268.

Gomez de Garcia, Jule. 1994. Communicative strategies in conversational Kickapoo. PhD dissertation, University of Colorado.

Goodwin, Charles. 1979. The interactive construction of a sentence in natural conversation. In George Psathas, ed., Everyday language: studies in ethnomethodology, 97-121. New York: Irvington.

Goodwin, Charles. 1980. Restarts, pauses and the achievement of a state of mutual gaze at turn beginning. Sociological Inquiry 50:272-302.

Goodwin, Charles. 1981. Conversational organization: interaction between speakers and hearers. New York: Academic Press.[available at http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/clic/cgoodwin/publish.htm]

Goodwin, Charles. 1984. Notes on story structure and the organization of participation. In Atkinson, Max and John Heritage. Structures of Social Action, 225-46. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Goodwin, Charles. 1986. Between and within: alternative treatments of continuers and assessments. Human Studies 9:205-217.

Goodwin, Charles. 1986. Audience diversity, participation and interpretation. Text 6.3:283-316.

Goodwin, Charles. 1989. Turn construction and conversational organization. In Brenda Dervin, Lawrence Grossberg,, Barbara J. O'Keefe, and Ellen Wartella, eds., Rethinking communication, vol. 2: Paradigm exemplars, 88-101. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Goodwin, Charles. 1995. Sentence construction within interaction. In Uta M. Quasthoff, ed., Aspects of oral communication, 198-219. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Goodwin, Charles. 1996. Transparent Vision. In Elinor Ochs, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Interaction and grammar, 370-404. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Goodwin, Charles. 2000. Action and embodiment in human interaction. JP 32: 1489-1522.

Goodwin, Charles. 2002. Time in action. Current Anthropology 43 (Supplement August - October 2002 - Special issue "Repertoires of Timekeeping in Anthropology): S-19-S35.

Goodwin, Charles. 2003. Pointing as situated practice. In Sotaro Kita, ed., Pointing: where language, culture and cognition meet, 217-41. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Goodwin, Charles. 2003. Recognizing assessable names. In Phil Glenn, Curtis LeBaron, and Jennifer Mandelbaum, eds., Excavating the taken-for-granted: essays in social interaction, 151-161. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Goodwin, Charles. 2006. Retrospective and prospective orientation in the construction of argumentative moves. Text and Talk 26.4/5: 443-461.

Goodwin, Charles. 2007. Interactive footing. In Elizabeth Holt and Rebecca Clift, eds., Reporting talk, 16-46. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Goodwin, Charles. 2007. Environmentally Coupled Gestures. In Susan Duncan, Justine Cassell, and Elena Levy, eds. Gesture and the Dynamic Dimensions of Language, 195-212. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Goodwin, Charles. 2007. Participation, stance, and affect in the organization of activities. Discourse and Society, 18.1: 53-73.

Goodwin, Charles and Alessandro Duranti, eds., Rethinking context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Goodwin, Charles and Marjorie H. Goodwin. 1986. Gesture and coparticipation in the activity of searching for a word. Semiotica 62.1/2: 51-75.

Goodwin, Charles and Marjorie H. Goodwin. 1987. Concurrent operations on talk: notes on the interactive organization of assessments. IPRA Papers in Pragmatics 1.1:1-54.

Goodwin, Charles and Marjorie H. Goodwin. 1992. Assessments and the construction of context. In Charles Goodwin and Alessandro Duranti, eds., Rethinking context, 147-189. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Goodwin, Charles and Marjorie H. Goodwin. 1992. Context, activity and participation. In Peter Auer and Aldo di Luzo, eds., The contextualization of language, 77-99. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Goodwin, Charles and Marjorie H. Goodwin. 2004. Participation. In Alessandro Duranti, ed., A companion to linguistic anthropology, 222-244. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Goodwin, Marjorie Harness. 1980. Processes of mutual monitoring implicated in the production of description sequences. Sociological Inquiry 50: 303-317.

Goodwin, Marjorie H. 1982. “Instigating”: storytelling as social process. American Ethnologist 9.4: 799-819.

Goodwin, Marjorie Harness. 1990. He-said-she-said: talk as social organization among black children. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Goodwin, Marjorie Harness. 1997. By-Play: Negotiating Evaluation in Story-telling. In Towards a Social Science of Language: Papers in Honor of William Labov. Gregory R. Guy, John Baugh, Deborah Schiffrin, and Crawford Feagin, eds., Pp. 77-102. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Goodwin, Marjorie Harness. 2006. The Hidden life of girls: games of stance, status, and exclusion. Oxford: Blackwell.

Goodwin, Marjorie Harness. 2006. Participation, affect, and trajectory in family directive/response sequences. Text and talk 26: 4/5: 513-542.

Goodwin, Marjorie H. and Charles Goodwin. 2000. Emotion within situated activity. In Duranti, Alessandro, ed. Linguistic anthropology: a reader: 239-257. Malden, MA: Oxford, Blackwell (originally published in Budwig, Nancy, Ina C. Uzgris and James V. Wertsch, eds. 2000. Communication: an arena of development, 33-54. Stamford CT: Ablex).

Goodwin, Charles and Marjorie H. Goodwin. 2004. Participation. In Alessandro Duranti, ed., A Companion to Linguistic Anthropology, 222-244. Maldan, MA: Blackwell.

Greenbaum, Sidney. 1979. The treatment of clause and sentence in A grammar of contemporary English. In Greenbaum, Sidney, Geoffrey Leech, and Jan Svartvik, eds., Studies in English linguistics, 17-29.

Greenbaum, Sidney and Gerald Nelson. 1999. Elliptical clauses in spoken and written English. In Peter Collins and David Lee, eds., The clause in English: in honour of Rodney Huddleston. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Gregory, Michelle L. and Laura A. Michaelis. 2001. Topicalization and left-dislocation: a functional opposition revisited. Journal of Pragmatics 33.11: 1665-1706.

Gundel, Jeanette K. Nancy Hedburg, and Ron Zacharski. 2005. Pronouns without explicit antecedents: how do we know when a pronoun is referential? In Branco, Antonio, Tony McEnery, and Ruslan Mitkov, eds., Anaphora Processing: Linguistic, Cognitive and Computational Modelling, 351-364. Amsterdam: Benjamins. http://www.zacharski.org/papers/GHZ2005.pdf

Günthner, Susanne. 1993. '... weil -- mann kann es ja wissenschaftlich untersuchen': Diskurs-pragmatische Aspekte der Wortstellung in weil-Sätzen. Linguistische Berichte 143: 37-59.

Günthner, Susanne. 1996. From subordination to coordination? Verb-second position in German causal and concessive constructions. Pragmatics 6.3: 323-356.

Günthner, Susanne. 1996. The prosodic contextualization of moral work: an analysis of reproaches in 'why'-formats. In Couper-Kuhlen and Selting, Prosody in conversation, 271-302. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Günthner, Susanne. 1999. Polyphony and the 'layering of voices' in reported dialogues. JP 31.5: 685-708.

Günthner, Susanne. 1999. Wenn-Sätze im Vor-Vorfeld: Ihre Formen und Funktionen in der gesprochenen Sprache. InLiSt 11.

Günthner, Susanne. 2000. From concessive connector to discourse marker: the use of obwohl in everyday German interaction. In Kortmann, Bernd and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Cause - condition - concession - contrast, 439-468. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 

Günthner, Susanne 2006. Was ihn trieb, war vor allem Wanderlust’ (Hesse: Narziss und Goldmund): Pseudocleft-Konstruktionen im Deutschen. In Susanne Günthner and Wolfgang Imo, eds., Konstruktionen in der Interaktion. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Günthner, Susanne 2016. Concessive patterns in interaction: uses of zwar ... aber ('true ... but')-constructions in everyday spoken German. Language Sciences 58: 144-162.

Hacohen, Gonen and Emmanuel A. Schegloff. 2006. On the preference for minimization in referring to persons: evidence from Hebrew conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 38.8: 1305-1312.

Haddington, Pentti. 2006. The organization of gaze and assessments as resources for stance taking. Text and Talk 26.281-328.

Hakulinen, Auli, 1987b: Avoiding personal reference in Finnish. In: Jef Verschueren & Maria Bertucelli-Papi (eds.), The pragmatic perspective. Selected papers from the 1985 International pragmatics conference. John Benjamins. Amsterdam, 140-153.

Hakulinen, Auli, 1993a: The grammar of opening routines. In: SKY 1993. Yearbook of the Linguistic Association of Finland 15. Helsinki, 149-170.

Hakulinen, Auli. 2001. Minimal and non-minimal answers to yes-no questions. Pragmatics 11.1: 1-15.

Hakulinen, Auli, 1998: The use of Finnish nyt as a discourse particle. In: Andreas H. Jucker & Yael Ziv (eds.), Discourse markers: Descriptions and theory, 83-96. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hakulinen, Auli, 2001. On some uses of the discourse particle kyllä in Finnish conversations. In: Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Margret Selting, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins. .

Hakulinen, Auli, to appear. Types of conversation. In: J.-O. Östman, J. Verschueren & J. Blommaert (eds.), Handbook of Pragmatics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hakulinen, Auli and Margret Selting, eds. 2005. Syntax and Lexis in Conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hakulinen, Auli and Marja-Leena Sorjonen. 2009. Designing utterances for action: Verb repeat responses to assessments. In Markku Haakana, Minna Laakso and Jan Lindström, eds., Talk in Interaction: Comparative dimensions, 124-151. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society.

Hakulinen, Auli and Marja-Leena Sorjonen. 2012. Being equivocal: Affective responses left unspecified. In Pera:kyla:, Anssi and Marja-Leena Sorjonenen, eds., Emotion in interaction, 147-173. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hanks, William. 1990. Referential practice: language and lived space among the Maya. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Hanks, William. 1992. The indexical ground of deictic reference, in A. Duranti and C. Goodwin, eds., Rethinking context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hanks, William F. 1993. Metalanguage and Pragmatics of Deixis. John Lucy, ed., Reflexive Language: Reported Speech and Metapragmatics, 127-157. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hanks, William. 2005. Explorations in the deictic field. Current Anthropology. 46:5.

Hansen, Maj-Britt Mosegaaard. 1998. The function of discourse particles: a study with special reference to spoken standard French. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hardy, Donald E. and Amy Leuchtmann. 1996. Topic vs. cohesion in the prediction of causal ordering in English conversation. Discourse Processes 21.2: 237-254.

Hayano, Kaoru. 2011. Claiming epistemic primacy: yo-marked assessments in Japanese. In Stivers, Tanya, Lorenza Mondada and Jakob Steensig, eds. The Morality of Knowing in Conversation, 58-81. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hayashi, Makoto. 1994. A comparative study of self-repair in English and Japanese conversation. In Noriko Akatsuka, ed., Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 1V: 77-93. Stanford: CSLI.

Hayashi, Makoto. 1997. An exploration of sentence-final uses of the quotative particle in Japanese spoken discourse. In Sohn, Ho-min and John Haig, eds., Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 6. Stanford: CSLI.

Hayashi, Makoto. 1999. Where grammar and interaction meet: a study of co-participant completion in Japanese conversation. Human Studies 22: 475-499.

Hayashi, Makoto. 2001. Postposition-initiated utterances in Japanese conversation: an interactional account of a grammatical practice. In Margret Selting and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hayashi, Makoto. 2003. Joint utterance construction in Japanese conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hayashi, Makoto. 2003. Language and the body as resources for collaborative action: a study of word searches in Japanese conversation. Research on Language and Social Interaction 36.2: 109-141.

Hayashi, Makoto. 2004. Projection and grammar: notes on the 'action-projecting' use of the distal demonstrative are in Japanese. JP 36.8: 1337-1374.

Hayashi, M. 2005. Referential problems and turn construction: An exploration of an intersection between grammar and interaction. Text 25.4: 437-468.

Hayashi, Makoto. 2005. Joint turn construction through language and the body: Notes on embodiment in coordinated participation in situated activities. Semiotica 156.1/4: 21-53.

Hayashi, Makoto. 2012. Claiming uncertainty in recollection: a study of kke-marked utterances in Japanese conversation. Discourse Processes 49.5: 391-425.

 Hayashi, Makoto. 2014. Activity, participation, and joint turn construction: A conversation analytic exploration of ‘grammar-in-action’.  In Kaoru Kabata and Tsuyoshi Ono, eds., Usage-Based Approaches to Japanese Grammar: Toward the Understanding of Human Language, 223-258. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Hayashi, Makoto and Kaoru Hayano. 2013. Proffering insertable elements: a study of other-initiated repair in Japanese. In Makoto Hayashi, Geoffrey Raymond, and Jack Sidnell, eds., Conversational repair and human understanding, 293-321. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hayashi, Makoto and S.H. Kim. 2015. Turn formats for other-initiated repair and their relation to trouble sources: some observations from Japanese and Korean conversations. Journal of pragmatics 87: 198-217.

Hayashi, Makoto and Junko Mori. 1998. Co-construction in Japanese revisited: we do 'finish each other's sentences'. In Akatsuka, Noriko, Hajime Hoji, Shoichi Iwasaki, Sung-Ock Sohn, and Susan Strauss, eds., Japanese/Korean Linguistics, vol. 7, 77-93. Stanford: CSLI.

Hayashi, Makoto, Geoffrey Raymond, and Jack Sidnell, eds. Conversational Repair and Human Understanding. Cambridge University Press.

Hayashi, Makoto and Kyung-eun Yoon. 2006. A cross-linguistic exploration of demonstratives in interaction: with particular reference to the context of word-formulation trouble. Studies in Language 30.3: 485-540.

Heath, Christian. 1984. Talk and recipiency: sequential organization in speech and body movement. In Atkinson, J. Maxwell and John Heritage, eds., Structures of social action: studies in conversation analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heath, Christian, 1986. Body movement and speech in medical interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heinemann, Trine. 2006. “Will you or can’t you?”: Displaying entitlement in interrogative requests. Journal of Pragmatics 38: 1081-1104.emann, T. 2006. “Will you or can’t you?”: Displaying entitlement in interrogative

Heinemann, Trine. 2008. Questions of accountability: Yes-No interrogatives that are unanswerable. Discourse Studies 10: 55-71.

Heinemann, Trine and Véronique Traverso. 2009. Complaining in interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 41.12: 2381-2384.

Heinemann, Trine and Sofie Emmertsen. 2010. Realization as a device for remedying problems of affiliation in interaction. Research on Language and Social interaction 43.2: 109-132.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa, 1996: A discourse perspective on the grammaticization of the partitive case in Finnish. In: Timo Haukioja, Marja-Liisa Helasvuo & Elise Kärkkäinen (eds.), SKY 1996. Yearbook of the Linguistic Association of Finland 18, 7-35. Helsinki.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa, 1997. Functions of case-marking vs. non-marking in conversational Finnish. In: Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen, Kristin Davidse & Dirk Noël, eds., Reconnecting language: Morphology and syntax in functional perspectives. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory.) John Benjamins. Amsterdam.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa. 2001. Syntax in the making: the emergence of syntactic units in Finnish conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa. 2001. Emerging syntax for interaction: Noun phrases and clauses as a syntactic resource for interaction. In Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 25-50. John Benjamins. Amsterdam.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa. 2003. Argument splits in Finnish grammar and discourse. In: John W. Du Bois, Lorraine E. Kumpf & William J. Ashby, eds., Preferred argument structure: Grammar as architecture for function, 247-272. John Benjamins. Amsterdam.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa. 2004. Shared syntax: the grammar of co-construction. JP 36.8: 1315-1336.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa. 2014. Agreement or crystallization: Patterns of 1st and 2nd person subjects and verbs of cognition in Finnish conversational interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 63: 63-78.

Helasvuo, Marja-Liisa. 2014. Searching for motivations for grammatical patternings. Pragmatics 24.3:453-476.

Hepburn, Alexa and Jonathan Potter. 2011. Designing the recipient: Some practices that manage advice resistance in institutional settings, Social Psychology Quarterly 74: 216-241.

Heritage, John. 1984. A change-of-state token and aspects of its sequential placement. In J. M. Atkinson and J. Heritage, eds., Structures of social action: studies in conversation analysis, 299-345. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heritage, John. 1988. Explanations as accounts: a conversation analytic perspective. In Antaki, Charles, ed., Analyzing lay explanations: a case book of methods, 127-144. London: Sage.

Heritage, John. 1998. Oh-prefaced responses to inquiry. Language in Society 27: 291-334.

Heritage, John. 2002. The limits of questioning: negative interrogatives and hostile question content. JoP 34: 1427-1446.

Heritage, John. 2002. Designing questions and setting agendas in the news interview. In Philip Glenn, Curtis Lebaron, and Jenny Mandelbaum, eds. Studies in language and social interaction, 57-90. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum.  

Heritage, John. 2002. Oh-prefaced responses to assessments: a method of modifying agreement/disagreement. In Cecilia Ford, Barbara Fox and Sandra Thompson, eds. The Language of Turn and Sequence, 196-224. New York: Oxford University Press.

Heritage, John. 2005. Cognition in discourse. In H. te Mulder and J. Potter, eds. Conversation and cognition, 184-202. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heritage, John. 2007. Intersubjectivity and Progressivity in References to Persons (and Places). In N.J. Enfield and Tanya Stivers, eds. Person Reference in Interaction: Linguistic, Cultural and Social Perspectives, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heritage, John. 2011. Territories of knowledge, territories of experience: Empathic moments in interaction. T. Stivers, L. Mondada and J. Steensig, eds. The Morality of Knowledge in Conversation, 159-183. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [mainly assessments]

Heritage, John. 2012. Epistemics in action: action formation and territories of knowledge. Research on Language and Social Interaction 45.1: 1-29.

Heritage, John.  2012. The Epistemic Engine: Sequence Organization and Territories of Knowledge. Research on Language and Social Interaction 45: 30-52.

Heritage, John. 2013. Epistemics in conversation. In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers, eds., Handbook of conversation analysis, 370-394. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Heritage, John. 2013. Action formation and its epistemic (and other) backgrounds. Discourse Studies 15(5), 551-578.

Heritage, John. 2015. Well-prefaced turns in English conversation: A conversation analytic perspective. Journal of Pragmatics: 88:88-104.

Heritage, John and Chase Wesley Raymond. 2015. Are explicit apologies proportional to the offenses they address? Discourse Processes.

Heritage, John and Geoffrey Raymond. 2005. The Terms of Agreement: Indexing Epistemic Authority and Subordination in Talk-in-Interaction. Social Psychology Quarterly 68:15-38.

Heritage, John and Geoffrey Raymond. 2012. Navigating Epistemic Landscapes: Acquiescence, Agency and Resistance in Responses to Polar Questions. In J.P. de Ruiter, ed., Questions: Formal, functional and interactional perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 179-192.

Heritage, John and Jeffrey Robinson. 2011.  ‘Some’ versus ‘any’ medical issues: Encouraging patients to reveal their unmet concerns. In Charles Antaki, ed., Applied conversation analysis: Changing institutional practices, 15-31.
Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,.

Heritage, John, Jeffrey D. Robinson, Marc N. Elliott, Megan Beckett, and Michael Wilkes. 2007. Reducing patients' unmet concerns in primary care: the difference one word can make. Journal of General Internal Medicine 22.10: 1429-1433.

Heritage, John C. and Andrew L. Roth. 1995. Grammar and institution: questions and questioning in the broadcast news interview. Research on language and social interaction 28.1: 1-60.

Heritage, John and Marja-Leena Sorjonen. 1994. Constituting and maintaining activities across sequences: and-prefacing as a feature of question design. Language in Society 23: 1-29.

Hoey, E. M. 2014. Sighing in interaction: Somatic, semiotic, and social. Research on Language and Social
Interaction, 47.2: 175-200.

Hoey, Elliott M. 2015. Lapses: How People Arrive at, and Deal With, Discontinuities in Talk. Research on Language and Social Interaction 48:4: 430-453.

Hogeweg, L. 2009. The meaning and interpretation of the Dutch particle 'wel'. Journal of Pragmatics, 41, 519-539.

Holt, Elizabeth. 1996. Reporting on talk: the use of direct reported speech in conversation. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 29.3: 219-245.

Holt, Elizabeth. 1999. Just gassing: An analysis of direct reported speech in a conversation between employees of a gas supply company. Text 19.4: pp. 505-537.

Holt, Elizabeth. 2000. Reporting and reacting: concurrent responses to reported speech. Research on Language and Social Interaction 33: 425-454.

Holt, Elizabeth. 2010. The last laugh: Shared laughter and topic termination. Journal of Pragmatics.

Holt, Elizabeth. 2009. Reported speech. In: The Pragmatics of Interaction. Handbook of Pragmatics Highlights (4). John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 190-205.

Holt, Elizabeth (2000) Reporting and Reacting: Concurrent Responses to Reported Speech. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 33 (4). pp. 425-454.

Holt, Elizabeth and Clift, Rebecca (2007) Reporting talk: reported speech in interaction. Cambridge University Press.

Holt, Elizabeth and Philip Glenn, eds. 2013. Studies of laughter in interaction. Continuum. 

Hopper, Paul. 1987. Emergent grammar. BLS 13, 139-157.

Hopper, Paul, J. 1988. Emergent grammar and the A Priori Grammar constraint. In Deborah Tannen, ed., Linguistics in context: connecting observation and understanding, 117-134. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Hopper, Paul J. 1990. The emergence of the category 'proper name' in discourse. In H. Davis and T. Taylor, eds., Redefining linguistics, 149-162. London: Routledge.

Hopper, Paul J. 1992. Times of the sign: on temporality in recent linguistics. Time and society 1 (2): 223-238.

Hopper, Paul J. 1995. The category 'event' in natural discourse and logic. In Werner Abraham, T. Givon, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Discourse grammar and typology, 139-150.

Hopper, Paul. 1997. Discourse and the category 'verb' in English. Language and communication 17.2: 93-102.

Hopper, Paul, J. 1998. Emergent grammar. In Michael Tomasello, ed., The new psychology of language: cognitive and functional approaches to language structure, 155-175. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Hopper, Paul. 2000. Grammatical Constructions and their Discourse Origins: Prototype or Family Resemblance? In Martin Pütz and Susanne Niemeier, eds., Applied Cognitive Linguistics: Theory, Acquisition and Language Pedagogy, 109-130. Berlin: Mouton/de Gruyter.

Hopper, Paul. 2001. Hendiadys and auxiliation in English. In Joan Bybee and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 145-174. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hopper, Paul. 2004. The openness of grammatical constructions. Chicago Linguistic Society 40, 239-256. ['pseudoclefts' and hendiadys]

Hopper, Paul. 2011. Emergent Grammar and temporality in interactional linguistics. In Auer, Peter and Stefan Pfander, eds. Constructions: Emerging and Emergent, 22-44. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Hopper, Paul. 2013. Emergent grammar. In James Paul Gee and Mike Handford, eds., The Routledge handbook of discourse analysis. London: Routledge.

Hopper, Paul J., and Sandra A. Thompson. 1984. The discourse basis for lexical categories in universal grammar, Language 60.4: 703-752.

Hopper, Paul and Sandra A. Thompson. 2008. Projectability and clause combining in interaction. In Laury, Ritva, ed., Crosslinguistic studies of clause combining: the multifunctionality of conjunctions, 99-124. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Horlacher, Anne-Sylvie and Simona Pekarek Doehler. 2014. ‘Pivotage’ in French talk-in-interaction: on the emergent nature of [clause-NP-clause] pivots. Pragmatics 24.3: 593-622.

Houtkoop, Haneke and Harrie Mazeland. 1985. Turns and discourse units in everyday conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 9: 595–619.

Hsieh, Fuhui and Shuanfan Huang. 2005. Grammar, Construction and Social Action: A study of the qi2shi2 construction. Language and Linguistics 6.4: 783-806.

Huang, Shuanfan. 1999. The emergence of a grammatical category definite article in spoken Chinese. JP 31.1: 77-94.

Huang, Shuanfan. 1998. Emergent lexical semantics. In Shuanfan Huang, ed. Selected Papers from the Second International Symposium on Languages in Taiwan, 129-150.

Huang, Shuanfan. 2003. Doubts about complementation: a Functionalist Analysis. Language and Linguistics 4.2:429-455.

Huang, Shuanfan. 2013. Chinese grammar at work. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Hutchby, Ian. 1995. Aspects of recipient design in expert advice-giving on call-in radio. Discourse Processes 9.2: 2 19-238.

Imo, Wolfgang. 2005. A construction grammar approach to the phrase 'I mean' in spoken English. InLiSt 42.

Imo, Wolfgang. 2010. Online changes in syntactic gestalts in spoken German. Or: do garden path sentences exist in everyday conversation? In Auer, Peter and Stefan Pfander, eds. Constructions: Emerging and Emergent, 127-155. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Iwasaki, Shimako. 2009. Initiating interactive turn spaces in Japanese conversation: local projection and collaborative action. Discourse processes 456: 226-246.

Iwasaki, Shimako. 2011. The multimodal mechanics of collaborative unit construction in Japanese conversation, in Embodied Interaction: Language and Body in the Material World, eds Jurgen Streeck, Charles Goodwin and Curtis LeBaron, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 106-120.

Iwasaki, Shoichi. 1993. The structure of the intonation unit in Japanese. In Soonja Choi, ed., Japanese and Korean linguistics, Vol. III, 39-53. Stanford: Center for the study of language and information.

Iwasaki, Shoichi. 1995. The Northridge earthquake conversation: The floor structure and the "loop" sequence in Japanese conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 28: 661-693.

Iwasaki, Shoichi and Tsuyoshi Ono. 2001. "Sentence" in spontaneous spoken Japanese discourse. In Joan Bybee and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 175-202. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Iwasaki, Shoichi and Hongyin Tao. 1993. A comparative study of the structure of the intonation unit in English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, January, 1993.

Jackson, Clare and Danielle Jones. 2012. Well they had a couple of boats to be truthful: well-prefaced, self-initiated repairs in managing relevant accuracy in interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 47.1: 28-40.

Jacoby, Sally and Elinor Ochs, eds. 1995. Co-construction. Special issue of Research on Language and Social Interaction 28.3.

Jasperson, Robert. 1998. Repair After Cut-off: Explorations in the Grammar of Focused Repair of the Turn-constructional Unit-so-far. PhD dissertation, University of Colorado.

Jasperson, Robert. 2002. Some linguistic aspects of closure cut-off. In Cecilia E. Ford, Barbara A. Fox & Sandra A. Thompson, eds., The Language of Turn and Sequence, 257-286. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press.

Jefferson, Gail. 1973. A case of precision timing in ordinary conversation: overlapped tag-positioned address terms in closing sequences. Semiotica 9:47-96.

Jefferson, Gail. 1974. Error correction as an interactional resource. Language in Society, 3.2: 181-199.

Jefferson, Gail. 1978. Sequential aspects of storytelling in conversation. In J. Schenkein, ed., Studies in the organization of conversational interaction, 219-248. New York, NY: Academic Press.

Jefferson, Gail. 1980. On a failed hypothesis: "Conjunctionals" as overlap vulnerable. Two explorations of the organization of overlapping talk in conversation. Tilburg Papers in Language and Literature 28.

Jefferson, Gail. 1981. The abominable "ne": a working paper exploring the phenomenon of post-response pursuit of response. Occasional paper no. 4, Department of Sociology, University of Manchester.

Jefferson, Gail. 1983. Notes on some orderlinesses of overlap onset. In V. d'Urso and P. Leonardi, eds., Discourse analysis and natural rhetoric, 11-38. Padua: Cleup.

Jefferson, Gail. 1985. Notes on a systematic Deployment of the Acknowledgement tokens 'Yeah' and 'Mmhm'. Papers in Linguistics, 17.2: 197-216.

Jefferson, Gail. 1986. Notes on 'latency' in overlap onset. Human Studies 9: 153-183.

Jefferson, Gail. 1988. On the sequential organization of troubles-talk in ordinary conversation. Social Problems 35.4: 418-441.

Jefferson, Gail. 1990. List construction as a task and interactional resource. In G. Psathas, ed., Interactional competence, 63-92. Washington: University Press of America.

Jefferson, Gail. 1993. Caveat speaker: Preliminary notes on recipient topic-shift implicature. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 26.1: 1-30.

Jefferson, Gail. 2004. Glossary of transcript symbols with an introduction. In Lerner, Gene. Conversation Analysis: Studies from the first generation, 13-31. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Jefferson, Gail and John R.E. Lee. 1981. The rejection of advice: Managing the problematic convergence of a “troubles-telling” and a “service encounter.” Journal of Pragmatics, 5, 399–421. Reprinted in Paul Drew & John Heritage, eds., Talk at work, 521–548. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Jucker, Andreas H. and Yael Ziv, eds. 1998. Discourse markers: descriptions and theory. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Jurafsky, Daniel, Alan Bell, Michelle Gregory, and William D. Raymond. 2001. Probabilistic relations between words: evidence from reduction in lexical production. In Bybee, Joan L. and Paul J. Hopper, eds., Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kärkkäinen, Elise. 1996. Preferred argument structure and subject role in American English conversational discourse. Journal of Pragmatics 25: 675-701.

Kärkkäinen, Elise. 2003. Epistemic stance in English conversation: a description of its interactional functions, with a focus on I think. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kärkkäinen, Elise. 2007. The role of I guess in conversational stancetaking. In Robert Englebretson, ed. Stancetaking in Discourse, 183–219. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kärkkäinen, Elise 2009. “I thought it was pretty neat.” Social action formats for taking a stance. In S. Slembrouck, M. Taverniers, & M. V. Herreweghe (Eds.), From will to well. Studies in linguistics offered to Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen (pp. 293–304). Academia Press.

Kärkkäinen, Elise and Tiina  Keisanen. 2012. Linguistic and embodied formats for making (concrete) offers. Discourse Studies 14.5: 587– 611.

Kärkkäinen, Elise, Marja-Leena Sorjonen, and Marja-Liisa Helasvuo. 2007. Discourse structure. In Timothy Shopen, ed., Language typology and syntactic description, 301-371. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

(Keenan, Elinor Ochs and Bambi Schieffelin. 1976. Foregrounding referents: a reconsideration of left dislocation in discourse. Berkeley Linguistics Society 2:240-257. [reprinted in Ochs and Scheiffelin, eds., 1983, Acquisition of conversational competence, 158-174. London: Routledge.]

Keenan, Elinor Ochs and Bambi Schieffelin. 1976. Topic as a discourse notion: a study of topic in the conversation of children and adults. In Charles N. Li, ed., Subject and topic, 335-384. New York: Academic Press.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2003. Terminally rising pitch contours of response tokens in Estonian. Crossroads of Language, Interaction, and Culture 5: 49-65.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2003. From interaction to grammar: Estonian finite verb forms in conversation. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Studia Uralica Upsaliensia 34. Uppsala University Library.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2008. Clause combining and sequenced actions: The Estonian complementizer and evidential particle et. In Ritva Laury, ed., Crosslinguistic Studies of Clause Combining: the multifunctionality of conjunctions, 125-152. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2009. Social action of syntactic reduplication. Journal of Pragmatics 42.3: 800-824.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2009. The grammar-interaction interface of negative questions in Estonian. SKY Journal of Linguisticss 212: 139-173.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2010. Marking boundaries between activities: the particle nii in Estonian. ROLSI 43.2: 157-182.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2010. Bodily quoting in dance correction. ROLSI 43.4:1-26.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2010. Clauses emerging as epistemic adverbs in Estonian conversation. Linguistica Uralica 46.2: 81-100.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2010. Pro-adverbs of manner as markers of activity transition. Studies in Language 34.2: 350-381.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2010. Minimal answers to yes/no questions in the service of sequence organization. Discourse Studies 12.3:1-27.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2011. Pro-forms as projective devices in interaction. Discourse Processes 48.6: 404-431. 

Keevallik, Leelo. 2011. Grammar for adjusting assumptions: the Estonian enclitic -gi/-ki in interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 43.12: 2879-2896.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2012. Compromising progressivity: 'no'-prefacing in Estonian. Pragmatics 22.1: 119-146.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2013. The interdependence of bodily demonstrations and clausal syntax. ROLSI 46.1: 1-21.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2013: Decomposing movement: Spatial deixis in dance instruction. In Haddington, Pentti, Lorenza  Mondada & M.aurice Nevile, eds., Interaction and Mobility: Language and the Body in Motion, 345–370. Berlin/Boston: Walter De Gruyter.

Keevallik, Leelo. 2014. Turn organization and bodily-vocal demonstrations. Journal of Pragmatics 65: 103–120.

Keevallik, L. 2015. Coordinating the temporalities of talk and dance. In Arnulf Deppermann and Susanne Günthner, eds.,  Temporality in Interaction, 309–336. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Keisanen, Tiina. 2007. Stancetaking as an interactional activity: challenging the prior speakerk. In Robert Englebretson, ed., Stancetaking in discourse 253-281. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Keisanen, Tiina and Elise Kärkkäinen. 2014. A multimodal analysis of compliment sequences in everyday English interactions. Pragmatics 24.3: 649-67.

Kelly, Barbara F. 2003. The emergence of argument structure from gesture to speech. Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Kendrick, Kobin H. Forthcoming. Finding evidence in interaction: “See?” as a retrospective claim of vindication.

Kendrick, Kobin H. and Paul Drew. 2016. Recruitment: Offers, requests, and the organization of assistance in interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 49.1: 1-19.

Kendrick, Kobin H. and Francisco Torreira. 2015. The timing and construction of preference: A quantitative study. Discourse Processes, 52.4: 255-289.

Kent, Alexandra and Kobin H. Kendrick. 2016. Imperative directives: orientations to accountability. ROLSI 49.3: 272-288.

Kidwell, Mardi. 2009. What happened?: an epistemics of before and after in "at-the-scene" police questioning. Research on Language and Social Interaction 42.1: 20-41.

Kidwell, Mardi. 2013. Availability as a trouble source in directive-response sequences. In Makoto Hayashi, Geoffrey Raymond, and Jack Sidnell, eds. Conversational Repair and Human Understanding, 234-260. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kim, Haeyeon. 1996. The structure of the intonation unit and verbal affixes in Korean conversation. Discourse and cognition 2: 47-74.

Kim, Haeyeon. 1997. Turn-taking and verbal affixes in Korean conversation. Language Research 33.4: 601-627.

Kim, Haeyeon. 1997. Referential choice for third persons in Korean conversation. Discourse and cognition 4.2: 121-158.

Kim, Haeyeon. 1999. The form and function of questions in Korean conversation. Discourse and cognition 6.2: 211-247.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2000. The form and function of declarative questions in Korean multi-party conversations. Discourse and cognition 7.1: 63-94.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2002. Collaborative turn completion in Korean conversation. Language Research 38.4: 1281-1316.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2002. The form and function of next-turn repetition in English conversation. Language Research 38.1: 51-81.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2002. Single-clause turns as turn-constructional units in Korean conversation. Discourse and cognition 9:12: 29-57.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2003. Functions of post-posed adverbial clauses in Korean conversation. Language Research 39.4: 911-932.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2003. The predicate mean in discourse and grammar. Discourse and cognition 10.3: 109-135.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2003. NP turn extensions in Korean conversation. Korean Journal of Linguistics 28.4: 585-605.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2003. Functions of single full NP turns with rising intonation in English conversation. Discourse and cognition 10.4: 49-77.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2004. Backchannels as achievements of social interaction in Korean conversation. The sociolinguistic journal of Korea 12.1: 65-93.

Kim, Haeyeon. 2004. Truncated intonation units in English conversation. Discourse and cognition 11.4:81-105.

Ki    Kim, Hye Ri Stephani, and Satomi Kuroshima. 2013. Turn Beginnings in Interaction: An Introduction. Journal of Pragmatics 57:267–273.

Kim Kyu-hyun. 1992. WH-clefts and left dislocation in English conversation with reference to topicality in Korean. PhD dissertation, UCLA.

Kim Kyu-hyun. 1993. Topicality in Korean conversation: a conversation analytic perspective. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 2. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Kim Kyu-hyun. 1993. Other-initiated repair sequences in Korean conversation as interactional resources. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 3. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Kim, Kyu-hyun. 1995. WH-clefs and left-dislocation in English conversation: cases of topicalization. In Downing, Pamela A. and Michael Noonan, eds., Word Order in Discourse, 247-. Benjamins.

Kim, Kyu-hyun. 1999. Other-initiated repair sequences in Korean conversation: types and functions. Discourse and cognition 6.2: 141-168.

Kim, Kyu-hyun. 1999. Phrasal unit boundaries and organization of turns and sequences in Korean conversation. Human Studies 22: 425-446.

Kim, Kyu-hyun. 2001. Confirming intersubjectivity through retroactive elaboration: organization of phrasal units in other-initiated repair sequences in Korean conversation. In Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds. 2001. Studies in interactional linguistics, 345-372. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kim, Kyu-hyun and Kyung-Hee Suh. 1994. The discourse connective nikka in Korean conversation. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 4, 113-129. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Kita, Sotaro. 2009. Cross-cultural variation of speech-accompanying gesture. Language and cognitive processes 24:2: 145-167.

Kitano, Hiroaki. 1999. On interaction and grammar: evidence from one us of the Japanese demonstrative are 'that'. Pragmatics 9.3: 383-400.

Klein-Andreu, Flora. Conversational focus. 1989. Why speech seems ungrammatical. In Yoshai Tobin, ed., From sign to text: a semiotic view of communication, 25-44. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Klein-Andreu, Flora. Conversational focus. 1995. In Ellen Contini-Morava and Barbara Sussman Goldberg, eds., Meaning as explanation: advances in linguistic sign theory, 405-422. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Klewitz, Gabriele and Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth. 1999. Quote-unquote. The role of prosody in the contextualization of reported speech sequences. Pragmatics. 9.4, 459-485.

Koike, Chisato. 2010. Ellipsis and action in a Japanese joint storytelling series: gaze, pointing, and context. In In Polly Szatrowski, ed., Storytelling across Japanese conversational genre, 61-111. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Koivisto, Aino, Ritva Laury, and Eeva-Leena Seppanen. 2011. Syntactic and actional characteristics of Finnish etta-clauses. In Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki, eds., Subordination in conversation, 69-102.

Koshik, Irene. 2002. WH-questions used as challenges. Discourse Studies 5.1: 51-77.

Koshik, Irene. 2002. A conversation analytic study of yes/no questions which convey reversed polarity assertions. Journal of Pragmatics 34.12: 1851-1877.

Koshik, Irene. 2002. Designedly incomplete utterances: a pedagogical practice for eliciting knowledge displays in error correction sequences. Research on language and social interaction 5.3: 277-309.

Koshik, Irene. 2005. Beyond rhetorical questions: assertive questions in everyday interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Krug, Manfred G. 1998. String frequency: a cognitive motivating factor in coalescence, language processing, and linguistic change. Journal of English Linguistics 26.4: 286-320.

Krug, Manfred G. 2001. Frequency, iconicity, categorization: evidence from emerging modals. In Bybee, Joan L. and Paul J. Hopper, eds., Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure, 309-335. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kumpf, Lorraine E. 2003. Genre and preferred argument structure: sources of argument structure in classroom discourse. In Du Bois, John W., Lorraine E. Kumpf, and William J. Ashby, eds. Preferred argument structure: grammar as architecture for function, 109-130. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kurumada, Chigusa and Shoichi Iwasaki. 2011. Negotiating desirability: The acquisition of the uses of ii 'good' in mother-child interactions in Japanese. In Japanese/Korean Linguistics. Vol.19, 511-525. Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information.
 
Laakso, M. and Marja-Leena Sorjonen. 2010. Cut-off or particle - devices for initiating self-repair in conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 42: 1151-1172.

Laanesso, Kirsi. 2016. Targeting question's inappositeness: The Estonian lus 'where'-interrogative in the second position. Discourse Studies 18.4: 393-408.

Labov, William. 1972. The transformation of experience in narrative syntax. In Language in the Inner City, 354-396. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Labov, William and David Fanshel. 1977. Therapeutic discourse. New York: Academic Press.

Labov, William and Joshua Waletzky. 1967. Narrative analysis. In J. Helm, ed. Essays on the Verbal and Visual Arts, 12-44. Seattle: U. of Washington Press.

Lambrecht, Knud. 1984. A pragmatic constraint on lexical subjects in spoken French. Papers from the 20th regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 239-256. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Lambrecht, Knud. 1986. Pragmatically motivated syntax: presentational cleft constructions in spoken French. Papers from the parasession at the 21st regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 115-126. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Lambrecht, Knud. 1987. On the status of SVO sentences in French discourse. In Russell S. Tomlin, ed., Coherence and grounding in discourse, 217-261 Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Lambrecht, Knud. 1988. Presentational cleft constructions in spoken French. In John Haiman and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Clause combining in grammar and discourse, 135-179. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lambrecht, Knud. 1988. There was a farmer had a dog: syntactic amalgams revisited. BLS 14: 319-339.

Laury, Ritva. 1996. Conversational use and basic meaning of Finnish demonstratives. In Adele Goldberg, ed., Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language, 303-319. Center for the Study of Language and Information. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Laury, Ritva. 1996. Pronouns and adverbs, figure and ground: The local case forms and locative forms of the Finnish demonstratives in spoken discourse. In: Timo Haukioja, Marja-Liisa Helasvuo & Elise Kärkkäinen (eds.), SKY 1996. Yearbook of the Linguistic Association of Finland 18. Helsinki, 65-92.

Laury, Ritva. 1997. Demonstratives in interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Laury, Ritva, ed. 2008. Crosslinguistic studies of clause combining: the multifuntionality of conjunctions. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Laury, Ritva. 2012. Syntactically non-integrated Finnish jos ‘if’ conditional clauses as directives.  Discourse Processes 49: 213-242.

Laury, Ritva. 2012. Taking a stance and getting on with it: the form and function of the Finnish finite clausal extraposition construction. Text & Talk 4:7: 503-524.

Laury, Ritva and Marja-Liisa Helasvuo. 2015. Detached NPs with relative clauses in Finnish conversation. In M. M. Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest and Robert Van Valin, eds., Information Structuring of Spoken Language from a Crosslinguistic Perspective,  149-166. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Laury, Ritva and Marja-Liisa Helasvuo 2016. Disclaiming epistemic access with ’know’ and ’remember’ in Finnish. Journal of Pragmatics 106: 80–96.

Laury, Ritva, Lindholm, C., and Jan K. Lindström. 2013. Comparing and contrasting syntactic structures: from dependency to quasi-subordination. In E. and I. H. Havu, eds. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique de Helsinki, Vol. LXXXVI, p. 231-270.

Laury, Ritva and Chiara Monzoni. 2015. Making referents accessible in multi-party interaction. Journal of Estonian and Finno-Ugric Linguistics 6.2: 43-62.

Laury, Ritva and Shigeko Okamoto. 2011. Teyuuka and I mean as pragmatic parentheticals in Japanese and English Subordination in Conversation: A cross-linguistic perspective. In Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki, eds. Subordination in conversation: a cross-linguistics perspective,
209-230.

Laury, Ritva . 2010. Recursion in Conversation: What speakers of Finnish and Japanese know how to do. In  Harry van der Hulst, ed., Recursion and Human Language, 69-92. Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton.

Laury, R. and Tsuyoshi Ono. 2014. The limits of grammar: Clause combining in Finnish and Japanese conversation, Pragmatics, 24/3: 561-592.

Laury, Ritva and Eeva-Leena Seppänen. 2008. Clause combining, interaction, evidentiality, participation structure and the particle-conjunction continuum. In Ritva Laury, ed., Crosslinguistic studies of clause combining: the multifuntionality of conjunctions, 153-178. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Laury, Ritva and Ryoko Suzuki, eds. 2011. Subordination in conversation: a cross-linguistic perspective. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Lee, Duck-Young and Yoko Yonezawa. 2008. The role of the overt expression of first and second person subject in Japanese. Journal of Pragmatics 40.4: 733-767.

Lee, S.-H. 2015. Two Forms of Affirmative Responses to Polar Questions. Discourse Processes, 52.1: 21–46.

Lehmann, Hans Martin. 2002. Zero subject relative constructions in American and British English. In: New Frontiers of Corpus Research. ed. by Pam Peters. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 163-177.

Lenk, Uta. 1997. Marking discourse coherence: functions of discourse markers in English. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.

Lerner, Gene H. 1987. Collaborative turn sequences: sentence construction and social action. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Irvine.

Lerner, Gene H. 1989. Notes on overlap management in conversation: the case of delayed completion. Western Journal of Speech Communication 53:167-177.

Lerner, Gene H. 1991. On the syntax of sentences in progress. Language in Society 20:441-458.

Lerner, Gene H. 1992. Assisted storytelling: deploying shared knowledge as a practical matter. Qualitative sociology 15: 247-271.

Lerner, Gene H. 1993. Collectivities in action: establishing the relevance of conjoined participation in conversation. Text 13: 213-245.

Lerner, Gene H. 1994. Responsive list construction: a conversational resource for accomplishing multifaceted social action. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 13.1: 20-33.

Lerner, Gene H. 1996. Finding 'face' in the preference structures of talk-in-interaction. Social Psychology Quarterly 59.4: 303-321.

 Lerner, Gene H. 1996. On the place of linguistic resources in the organization of talk-in interaction: "Second person" reference in multi-party conversation. Pragmatics, 6(3), 281-294.

Lerner, Gene H. 1996. Finding "face" in the preference structures of talk-in-interaction. Social Science Quarterly 59.4:  303-321.

Lerner, Gene H. 1996. On the 'semi-permeable' character of grammatical units in conversation: conditional entry into the turn space of another speaker. In Elinor Ochs, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Interaction and grammar, 238-271 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lerner, Gene H. 2002. Turn-sharing: the choral co-production of talk-in-interaction. In Cecilia Ford, Barbara Fox, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., The language of turn and sequence, 225-256. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lerner, Gene H. 2003. Selecting next speaker: the context-sensitive operation of a context-free organization. Language in Society 32.2:177-201.

Lerner, Gene H. 2004. On the place of linguistic resources in the organization of talk-in-interaction: grammar as action in prompting a speaker to elaborate. ROLSI 37.2: 151-184.

Lerner, Gene H. 2004. Collaborative turn sequences. In Gene H. Lerner, ed., Conversation Analysis: Studies from the first generation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.


Lerner, Gene H. 2013. On the Place of Hesitating in Delicate Formulations: A Turn-Constructional Infrastructure for Collaborative Indiscretion. In Sidnell, Jack, Makoto Hayashi, and  Geoffrey Raymond, eds. Conversational Repair and Human Understanding. Cambridge University Press.


Lerner, G.H., Bolden, G., Mandelbaum, J. & Hepburn, A. (2012). Granularity Recalibration Repairs: Refining Formulations for the Task at Hand. Research on Language and Social Interaction. 45:2: 191–212.


Lerner, Gene H. and Celia Kitzinger. 2007. Extraction and aggregation in the repair of individual and collective self-reference. Discourse Studies 9.4: 526-557. 

Lerner, Gene H. and Tomoyo Takagi. 1999. On the place of linguistic resources in the organization of talk-in-interaction: a co-investigation of English and Japanese grammatical practices. Journal of Pragmatics 31.1: 49-75.

Levelt, Willem J. M. 1989. Speaking: from intention to articulation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Levinson, Stephen C. (2006). On the human "interaction engine". In N. J. Enfield, & S. C. Levinson, eds., Roots of human sociality: Culture, cognition and interaction, 39-69. Oxford: Berg.

Levinson, Stephen C. 2010. Questions and responses in Yélî Dnye, the Papuan language of Rossel Island. Journal of Pragmatics, 42, 2741-2755.

Levinson, Stephen C. 2013. Action formation and ascription. In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers, eds., Handbook of Conversation Analysis, 103-130. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Li, Xiaoting. 2013. Language and the body in the construction of units in Mandarin face-to-face interaction. In Beatrice Szczepek Reed and Geoffrey Raymond, eds., Units of Talk -- Units of Action, 343-375. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Li, Xiaoting. 2014. Leaning and recipient intervening questions in Mandarin conversation. Journal of pragmatics 67: 34-60.

Li, Xiaoting. 2014. Multimodality, interaction, and turn-taking in Mandarin conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Li, Xiaoting. 2016. Some interactional uses of syntactically incomplete turns in Mandarin Conversation.  Chinese Language and Discourse 7:2.

Liddicoat, Anthony. 2004. The projectability of turn constructional units and the role of prediction in listening. Discourse Studies 6.4: 449-469.

Liddicoat, Anthony J. 2007. An introduction to conversation analysis. London: Continuum.

Limberg, Holger and Miriam A Locher. 2012. Advice in discourse. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Lindström, Anna. 1997. Designing social actions: grammar, prosody, and interaction in Swedish conversation. PhD dissertation, UCLA.

Lindström, Anna. 2005. Language as social action: A study of how senior citizens request assistance with practical tasks in the Swedish home help service. In Auli Hakulinen and Margret Selting, eds., Syntax and lexis in conversation: Studies on the use of linguistic resources in talk-in-interaction, 209-230. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lindström, Jan. 2006. Grammar in the service of interaction: exploring turn organization in Swedish. Research on language and social interaction 39.1: 81-117.

Lindström, Anna and Sorjonen, Marja-Leena. 2012. Affiliation in Conversation. In Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers, eds., The Handbook of Conversation AnalysisJohn Chichester, UK: Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Liddicoat, Anthony J. 2004. The projectability of turn constructional units and the role of prediction in listening. Discourse studies 6.4: 449-469.

Lin, Hsueh-o. 1996. Repair in Taiwanese conversation. Studies in English Literature and Linguistics 22: 89-113.

Linell, Per. 1998. Approaching dialogue: talk, interaction and contexts in dialogical perspectives. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Linell, Per. 2005. The written language bias in linguistics: its nature, origins, and transformation. Oxford: Routledge.

Linell, Per. 2006. Towards a dialogical linguistics. In Lähteenmäki, Mika, Hannele Dufva, Sirpa Leppänen, and Piia Varis, eds. Proceedings of the XII International Bakhtin Conference.

Linell, Per. 2009. Rethinking language, mind, and world dialogically: interactional and Contextual Theories of Human Sense-Making. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Linell, Per. 2013. The dynamics of incrementation in utterance-building: Processes and resources. In Beatrice Szczepek Reed & Geoffrey Raymond, eds., Units of Talk – Units of Action, 57-91. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Lindström, Anna Karin. 1997. Designing social actions: grammar, prosody, and interaction in Swedish conversation. PhD dissertation, UCLA.

Lindström, J. (2006). Grammar in the service of interaction: Exploring turn organization in Swedish. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 39(1), 81-117.

Linton, Larry D. 2001. Offering a candidate answer in entertainment interviews: a turn organizational practice employed for narrowing the scope of inquiry and producing entertainment. MA Thesis, UC Santa Barbara.

Liu, Mei-chun. 1993. Discourse, grammar, and grammaticalization: synchronic and diachronic analysis of Mandarin adverbial markers jiu and cai, PhD dissertation, University of Colorado at Boulder.

Local, John. 1992. Continuing and restarting. In Auer, Peter and Aldo di Luzio, eds., The contextualization of language, 273-296. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Local, John. 1996. Conversational phonetics: some aspects of news receipts in everyday talk. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Margret Selting, eds., Prosody in Conversation: Ethnomethodological Studies, 175-230. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Local, John. 2004. On the interactional and phonetic design of collaborative completions. In W. Hardcastle and J. Beck, eds., A Figure of Speech: a Festschrift for John Laver, 263-282. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Local, John, Auer, Peter & Drew, Paul (2010). Retrieving, redoing and resuscitating tuns in conversation. In: Barth-Weingarten, D., Reber, E. & Selting, M. (Eds.). Prosody in interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 131-159.

Local, John and John Kelly. 1986. Projection and 'silences': notes on phonetic and conversational structure. Human Studies 9: 185-204.

Local, John, John Kelly, and Bill Wells. 1986. Towards a phonology of conversation: turn-taking in Tyneside English. Journal of linguistics 22.2: 411-437.

Local, John and Gareth Walker. 2004. Abrupt-joins as a resource for the production of multi-unit, multi-action turns. JP 36.8: 1375-1404.

Local, John and Gareth Walker. 2005. Methodological imperatives for investigating the phonetic organisation and phonological structures of spontaneous speech. Phonetica 62: 120-130.

Local, John and Gareth Walker. 2005. 'Mind the gap': further resources in the production of multi-unit, multi-action turns. York Papers in Linguistics Series 2, Issue 1: 133-143.

Local, John and Gareth Walker. 2008. Stance and affect in conversation: on the interplay of sequential and phonetic resources. Text & Talk 28.7: 723-747.

Local, John and Gareth Walker. 2012. How phonetic features project more talk. In Journal of the International Phonetic Association 42.3: 255-280.

Local, John, Bill Wells, and M. Sebba. 1985. Phonology for conversation: phonetic aspects of turn delimitation in London Jamaican. JP 9: 309-330.

Luke, Kang Kwong. 1990. Utterance particles in Cantonese conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Luke, Kang Kwong and Wei Zhang. 2007 Retrospective Turn Continuations in Mandarin Chinese Conversation. Pragmatics 13.4: 605-635.

Luke, Kang-kwong, Tsuyoshi Ono, and Sandra A. Thompson. 2012. Turns and increments: a comparative perspective. Special issue, Discourse Processes 49.3-4: 155-162.

Mandelbaum, Jenny. 1989. Interpersonal activities in conversatioal storytelling. Western Journal of Speech Communication 53: 114-126.

Mandelbaum, Jenny. 1993. Assigning responsibility in conversational storytelling: the interactional construction of reality. Text 13: 247-266.

Mandelbaum, Jenny. 2010.  The management and import of concurrent and intervening actions during storytelling in family ceremonial dinners.   In A. De Fina and D. Schiffrin, eds. Telling stories: Building bridges among language, narrative, identity, interaction, society and culture, 161-172. Georgetown: Georgetown University Press.

Mandelbaum, Jenny. 2013. Storytelling in conversation. In Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers, eds. Handbook of Conversation Analysis, 492-508. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Manes, Joan & Wolfson, Nessa. 1981. The compliment formula. In F. Coulmas, Ed., Conversational Routine: Explorations in Standardized Communication Situations and Prepatterned Speech, 116-132. The Hague: Mouton Publishers.

Maruyama, Akiyo. 2003. Japanese wa in conversational discourse: a contrast marker. Studies in Language 27.2: 245-285.

Maschler, Yael. 1997. Discourse markers at frame shifts in Israeli Hebrew talk-in-interaction. Pragmatics 7.2: 183-211.

Maschler, Yael. 2002. The role of discourse markers in the construction of multivocality in Israeli Hebrew talk in interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 35.1: 1-38.

Maschler, Yael.  2002. On the grammaticization of ke'ilu (‘like', lit. ‘as if') in Hebrew talk-in-interaction. Language in Society 31: 243-276.

Maschler, Yael.  2003.  The discourse marker nu:   Israeli Hebrew impatience in interaction.  Text 23:  89-128.

Maschler, Yael. 2009. Metalanguage in Interaction: Hebrew Discourse Markers. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Maschler, Y. 2011. On the emergence of adverbial connectives from Hebrew relative clause constructions. In Peter Auer and Stefan Pfänder, eds. Constructions: Emerging and Emergent, 293-331. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Maschler, Yael. 2012. Emergent Projecting constructions: The case of Hebrew yada (‘know’).  Studies in Language 36.4: 785-847.

Maschler, Yael and Dori-Hacohen, Gonen. 2012. From sequential to affective discourse marker: Hebrew nu on Israeli political phone-in radio programs.  Discourse Studies 14.4: 419-455.

Maschler, Yael and Estlein, Roi. 2008. Stance-Taking in Hebrew Casual Conversation via be'emet (‘really, actually, indeed', lit. ‘in truth'). Discourse Studies 10.4: 283-316.

Maschler, Yael and Nir, Bracha.  2014.  Complementation in linear and dialogic syntax:  The case of Hebrew divergently aligned discourse.  Cognitive Linguistics 25(3): 523-557.

Maschler, Yael and Nir, Bracha.  2014.  Complementation in linear and dialogic syntax:  The case of Hebrew divergently aligned discourse.  Cognitive Linguistics 25(3): 523-557.

Maschler, Yael and Miller Shapiro, Carmit. 2016. The role of prosody in the grammaticization of Hebrew naxon (‘right/true’): Synchronic and diachronic aspects. Journal of Pragmatics 92: 42-73.

Matsuda, Kenjiro. 1995. Variable zero-marking of (o) in Tokyo Japanese. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Pennsylvania.

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 1995. Fragmentation in Conversational Japanese: A Case Study Japan Association for Language Teaching 17.2: 238-254.

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 1996. Intonation units in conversational Japanese: structure and linkage. PhD disseration, University of California, Los Angeles.

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 1997. NPs in Japanese conversation. Pragmatics 7.2: 163- 181.

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 1998. Detached NPs in Japanese conversation: types and functions. Text 18.3: 417-444.

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 1999. And-prefaced questions in institutional discourse. Linguistics 37.2: 251-274. (English data)

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 2000. Japanese intonation units and syntactic structure.
Studies in Language 24.515-64.

Matsumoto, Kazuko. 2003. Intonation Units in Japanese Conversation: Syntactic, informational and functional structures. Amsterdam: Benjamins. .

Matthiessen, Christian M I M. 2001. Combining clauses into clause complexes: a multi-faceted view. In Bybee, Joan and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 235-320. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Mayes, Patricia. 1990. Quotations in spoken English. Studies in language 14.2: 325-363.

Mayes, Patricia. 2003. Language, social structure, and culture: a genre analysis of cooking classes in Japan and America. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Mayes, Patricia and Tsuyoshi Ono. 1991. Social factors influencing reference in Japanese: with a special emphasis on ano hito. Santa Barbara Papers in Linguistics 3:84-93.

Maynard, Douglas W. 1997. The news delivery sequence: bad news and good news in conversational interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 30: 93-130.

Maynard, Douglas W. 2003. Bad news, good news: conversational order in everyday talk and clinical settings. Mustang OK: Tate Publishing.

Maynard, Douglas and Jason Turowetz. 2013. Language Use and Social Interaction. In John Delamater and Amanda Ward, eds.,  Handbook of Social Psychology (2nd Edition), 251-279. New York: Springer.

Maynard, Senko K. 1989. Japanese conversation: self-contextualization through structure and interactional management. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Mazeland, Harrie. 1996. Pragmatic aspects of the use of pronouns in Wh-questions. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 10: 185-206.

Mazeland, Harrie. 2007. Parenthetical sequences. Journal of Pragmatics 39.10: 1816-1869.

Mazeland, H. 2013. Grammar in Conversation. In Sidnell and Tanya Stivers, eds., The Handbook of Conversation Analysis, 475-491. Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

Mazeland, Harrie and Mike Huiskes. 2001. Dutch but as a sequential conjunction: Its use as a resumptive marker. In Margret Selting and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 141-169. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Merritt, Marilyn. 1976. On questions following questions in service encounters. Language in Society 5: 315-357.

Miller, Jim. 1995. Does spoken language have sentences? In Palmer, F.R., ed., Grammar and meaning: essays in honor of Sir John Lyons, 116-135. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Miller, Jim and Weinert, Regina. 1995. The functions of like in dialogue. Journal of Pragmatics 23: 365-393.

Miller, Jim and Weinert, Regina. 1998. Spontaneous spoken language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Miller, Jim & Regina Weinert. 2009. Spontaneous Spoken Language: Syntax and Discourse. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xiii, 467.

Mondada, Lorenza. 1998. Pour une linguistique interactionelle. Acta Romanica Balisiensia 8: 115-128.

Mondada, Lorenza. 2000. Analyze conversationelle et "grammaire-pour-l'interaction". In A.C. Berthoud and L. Mondada, eds., Modèles du discours en confrontation. Bern: Lang.

Mondada, Lorenza. 2006. Participants’ online analysis and multimodal practices: projecting the end of the turn and the closing of the sequence. Discourse Studies 8.1: 117-129.

Mondada, Lorenza. 2007. Multimodal resources for turn-taking: pointing and the emergence of possible next speakers. Discourse Studies 9.2: 194-225.

Mondada, Lorenza. c. 2008. Alignment tools: using ELAN for CA. PDF

Mondada, Lorenza. 2011. Understanding as an embodied, situated and sequential achievement in interaction. Journal of Pragmatics. 43, 542-552.

Mondada, Lorenza. 2014. The local constitution of multimodal resources for social interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 65:  137-156.

Mondada, Lorenza. 2014. Requesting immediate action in the surgical operating room: Time, embodied resources and praxeological embeddedness. In Drew, Paul and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Requesting in Social Interaction, 269-302. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Mondada, Lorenza and Marja-Leena Sorjonen. 2016. Making multiple requests in French and Finnish convenience stores. Language in Society 45.5: 733-765.

Mori, Junko. 1994. Functions of the connective datte in Japanese conversation. Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 4, 147-163, edited by N. Akatsuka.

Mori, Junko. 1999. Well I may be exaggerating but ...: self-qualifying clauses in negotiating of opinions among Japanese speakers. Human Studies 22: 447-473.

Mori, Junko. 1999. Negotiating agreement and disagreement in Japanese: connective expressions and turn construction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Mori, Junko. 2006. The workings of the Japanese token hee in informing sequences: an analysis of sequential context, turn shape, and prosody. JP 38: 1175-1205.

Mori, Junko and Kanae Nakamura. 2008. Negotiating agreement and disagreement in Japanese: An analysis of designedly ambiguous turn completion points. In Mori, Junko and Amy Snyder Ohta, eds., Japanese applied linguistics: discourse and social perspectives. London and New York: Continuum International Publishing Group.

Morita, Emi. 2002. Stance marking in the collaborative completion of sentences: final particles as epistemic markers in Japanese. In Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 10, 220-233, edited by N. Akatsuka and Susan Strauss. Stanford: CSLI.

Morita, Emi. 2005. Negotiation of contingent talk: the Japanese interactional particles ne and sa. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Morita, Emi. 2008. Highlighted moves within an action: segmented talk in Japanese conversation. Discourse Studies 10: 517-542.

Morita, Emi. 2012. Deriving the socio-pragmatic meanings of the Japanese interactional particle ne. Journal of pragmatics 44.3: 298-314.

Morita, Emi. 2012. "This talk needs to be registered": the metapragmatic meaning of the Japanese interactional particle yo. Journal of pragmatics 44.13: 1721-1748.

Morita, Emi. To appear. Children's use of address and reference terms: language socialization in a Japanese-English bilingual environment. Multilingua.

Mulder, Jean and Sandra A. Thompson. 2006. The grammaticization of but as a final particle in English conversation. In Keith Allan, ed., Selected papers from the 2005 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society 1-18. http://www.als.asn.au.

Mulder, Jean and Sandra A. Thompson. 2008. The grammaticization of but as a final particle in English conversation. In Laury, Ritva, ed., Crosslinguistic studies of clause combining: the multifunctionality of conjunctions, 179-204. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Mulder, Jean, Sandra A. Thompson, and Cara Penry Williams. 2009. Final but in Australian English conversation. In Collins, Peter and Pam Peters, eds. Comparative grammatical studies in Australian and New Zealand English, 339-359. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Murphy, Keith M. 2003. Building meaning in interaction: rethinking gesture classification. Crossroads of Language, Interaction, and Culture 5: 29-47.

Nakayama, Toshihide and Kumiko Ichihashi-Nakayama. 1997. Japanese kedo: Discourse genre and grammaticization. In Sohn, Ho-min and John Haig, eds. Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 6: 607-618. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Nariyama, S. 2000. Referent identification for ellipted arguments in Japanese. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Melbourne.

Naro, Anthony J. and Sebastião J. Votre. 1999. Discourse motivations for linguistic regularities: verb/subject order in spoken Brazilian Portuguese. Probus 11: 75-100.

Nevile, Maurice 2015. The embodied turn in research on language and social interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 48.2: 121-151. 

Niemi, Jarkko. 2014. Two 'yeah but' formats in Finnish. The prior action engaging nii mut and the disengaging joo mut utterances. Journal of Pragmatics, 60, 54-74.

Ochs, Elinor. 1979. Transcription as theory. In Ochs, Elinor and Bambi Schieffelin, eds., Developmental pragmatics, 43-72. New york: Academic Press, pp. 43-72.

Ochs, Elinor. 1979. Social foundations of language. in Freedle, R., ed., New directions in discourse processing. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Ochs, Elinor. 1982. Ergativity and word order in Samoan child language: a sociolinguistic study. Language 58:646-71.

Ochs, Elinor. 1983. Planned and unplanned discourse. In Ochs, Elinor and Bambi Schieffelin, eds., Acquisition of conversational competence, 129-157. London: Routledge.

Ochs, Elinor. 1986. From feelings to grammar: a Samoan case study. In B. B. Schieffelin and E. Ochs, eds., Language socialization across cultures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ochs, Elinor. 1988. Culture and language development: language acquisition and language socialization in a Samoan village. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ochs, Elinor, Patrick Gonzales, and Sally Jacoby. 1996. When I come down I'm in the domain state. In Ochs, Elinor, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds. 1996. Interaction and grammar, 328-369. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ochs, Elinor and Bambi Schieffelin. 1983. Topic as a discourse notion. In Ochs, Elinor and Bambi Schieffelin, eds., Acquisition of conversational competence, 158-174. London: Routledge.

Ochs, Elinor, Bambi Schieffelin, and Martha Platt. 1979. Propositions across utterances and speakers. In Elinor Ochs and Bambi Schieffelin, eds., Developmental pragmatics, 251-268. New York: Academic Press.

Ochs, Elinor, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds. 1996. Interaction and grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Reviewed by Don H. Zimmerman, Language in Society 29:409-412 September 2000.]

Ochs, Elinor, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson. 1996. Introduction. Interaction and grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ochs, E., Smith, R., & Taylor, C. 1989.  Dinner narratives as detective stories. Cultural Dynamics 2: 238-57.

Ochs, Elinor and Carolyn Taylor. 1996  'The father knows best' dynamic in family dinner narratives. In Kira Hall, eds, Gender articulated: Language and the socially constructed self, pp.97-121. Routledge.

 O'Connor, Mary Catherine. 1990. Third-person reference in Northern Pomo conversation: the indexing of discourse genre and social relations. IJAL 56.3: 377-409.

O'Dowd, Elizabeth M. 1998. Prepositions and particles in English: a discourse-functional account. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ogden, Richard A. 2006. Phonetics and social action in agreements and disagreements. Journal of Pragmatics, 38: 175

Ogden, Richard A. 2010. Prosodic constructions in making complaints. In Barth-Weingarten et al. Prosody in interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ogden, Richard A. 2013. Clicks and percussives in English conversation. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43.3: 299-320.

Ogiermann, Eva. 2015. Object requests: rights and obligations surrounding object possession and object transfer. Journal of pragmatics 82: 1-4.

Ogiermann, Eva. 2015. Direct off-record requests? 'Hinting' in family interactions. Journal of pragmatics 86: 31-35.

Oh, Sun-Young. 2005. English zero anaphora as an interactional resource. Research on language and social interaction 38.3: 267-302.

Oh, Sun-Young. 2006. English zero anaphora as an interactional resource II. Discourse studies 8.6: 817-846.

Ohori, Toshio. 1997. Framing effects in Japanese non-final clauses: toward an optimal grammar-pragmatics interface. BLS 23: 471-480.

Okamoto, Shigeko. 1995. Pragmaticization of meaning in some sentence-final particles. In Shibatani, Masayoshi and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Essays in semantics and pragmatics, 219-246. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Ryoko Suzuki. 1992. Word order variability in Japanese conversation: motivations and grammaticization. Text 12:429-445.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 1994. Unattached NPs in English conversation. Berkeley Linguistics Society 20: 402-419.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 1995. What can conversation tell us about syntax? In Philip W. Davis, ed., Descriptive and Theoretical Modes in the Alternative Linguistics, 213-271. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 1996. Interaction and syntax in the structure of conversational discourse. In Eduard Hovy and Donia Scott, eds., Discourse Processing: an interdicsiplinary perspective, 67-96. Heidelberg: SpringerVerlag.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 1996. The dynamic nature of conceptual structure building: evidence from conversation, in Adele Goldberg, ed., Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language, 391-399. Chicago: Center for the Study of Language and Information.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 1997. Deconstructing 'zero anaphora'. BLS 23: 481-491.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 2003. Japanese (w)atashi/ore/boku: they're not just pronouns. Cognitive Linguistics 14.4: 321-347.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 2009. Fixedness in Japanese adjectives in conversation: Toward a new understanding of a lexical (part-of-speech) category. In Corrigan, Roberta, Edith Moravcsik, Hamid Ouali, and Kathleen Wheatley, eds., Formulaic Language, 117-145. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson, eds. 2012. A cross-linguistic, multi-modal, grammaticization perspective on turn continuation in conversation. Special issue, Discourse Processes 49.3-4.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Sandra A. Thompson. 2017. Negative scope, temporality, fixedness, and . right- and left-branching: Implications for typology and cognitive processing. Studies in Language 41:3: 543–576.

Tsuyoshi Ono, Sandra A. Thompson, and Yumi Sasaki. 2012. Japanese Negotiation Through Emerging Final Particles in Everyday Talk, Discourse Processes 49.3-4: 243-272.

Ono, Tsuyoshi, Sandra A. Thompson, and Ryoko Suzuki. 2000. The pragmatic nature of the so-called subject marker ga in Japanese: evidence from conversation. Discourse Studies 2.1: 55-84.

Ono, Tsuyoshi and Eri Yoshida. 1996. A study of co-constructions in Japanese: we don't 'finish each other's sentences'. In Noriko Akatsuka, Shoichi Iwasaki, and Susan Strauss, eds., Japanese/Korean Linguistics 5, 115-129. Stanford: CSLI.

Oreström, Bengt. 1983. Turn-taking in English conversation. (Lund Studies in English 66.) Lund: CWK Gleerup.

Oshima, Sae. 2014. Achieving Consensus Through Professionalized Head Nods: The Role of Nodding in Service Encounters in Japan. International Journal of Business Communication 51.1: 31–57

Östman, Jan-Ola. 1981. You know: a discourse-functional approach. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Overstreet, M. 1999. Whales, Candlelight, and Stuff Like That: General Extenders in English Discourse. New York: Oxford University Press.

Overstreet, M. 2005. And stuff und so: Investigating Pragmatic Expressions in English and German. Journal of Pragmatics, 37: 1845-1864.

Park, I. 2010. Marking an impasse: the use of anyway as a sequence-closing device. Journal of Pragmatics 42.12: 3283-3299.

Park, I. 2012. Asking different types of polar questions: The interplay between turn, sequence, and context in writing conferences. Discourse Studies, 14.5: 613–633.

Park, Ji Seong. .2008. Negative yes/no qestion-answer sequences in conversation: grammar, action, and sequence organization. UCLA dissertation. (Chapter 5: Negative declarative questions in English conversation: organization of actions and responses).

Park, Joseph Sung-Yul. 2002. Cognitive and interactional motivations for the intonation unit. Studies in Language 26.3: 637-680.

Park, Yong-Yae. 1996. The Korean connective nuntey in conversational discourse. In Noriko Akatsuka, Shoichi Iwasaki, and Susan Strauss, eds., Japanese/Korean Linguistics 5, 131-147. Stanford: CSLI.

Park, Yong-Yae. 1997. A cross-linguistic study of the use of contrastive connectives in English, Korean, and Japanese conversation. UCLA PhD dissertation.

Park, Yong-Yae. 1998. Interactive grammar: the turn-final use of nuntey in Korean and kedo in Japanese. In Silva, David James, ed., Japanese/Korean Linguistics 8, 45-59. Stanford: CSLI.

Park, Yong-Yae. 1999. The Korean Connective -nuntey in Conversational Discourse. Journal of Pragmatics 31, 191-218.

Park, Yujong. 2009. Interaction between grammar and multimodal resources: quoting different characters in Korean multiparty conversation. Discourse Studies 11.1: 79-104.

Pawley, Andrew and Frances H. Syder. 1983. Natural selection in syntax: Notes on adaptive variation and change in vernacular and literary grammar. Journal of Pragmatics 7:551-579.

Pawley, Andrew and Frances H. Syder. 1983. Two puzzles for linguistic theory: nativelike selection and nativelike fluency. In Jack C. Richards and Richard W. Schmidt, eds., Language and communication, 191-268. London: Longman.

Pawley, Andrew and Frances H. Syder. 2000. The one clause at a time hypothesis. In Heidi Riggenbach, ed., Perspectives on fluency, 163-199. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Pekarek Doehler, Simona. 2001. Dislocation à gauche et organisation interactionnelle. Marges Linguistiques vol. 2, 177-194.

Pakarek Doehler, Simona. 2010. Emergent grammar for all practical purposes: the on-line formatting of left- and right dislocations in French conversation. Auer, Peter and Stefan Pfander, eds. Constructions: Emerging and Emergent, 45-87. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Pekarek Doehler, Simona, Elwys De Stefani and Anne-Sylvie Horlacher. 2015.Time and Emergence in Grammar: Dislocation, topicalization and hanging topic in French talk-in-interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Pomerantz, Anita.  1978. Compliment responses: notes of the co-operation of multiple constraints. In J. Schenkein, ed., Studies in the organization of conversational interaction, 79-112. New York: Academic Press.

Pomerantz, Anita. 1978. Attributions of responsibility: Blamings. Sociology, 12, 115-121.

Pomerantz, Anita. 1984. Agreeing and disagreeing with assessments: some features found in preferred/dispreferred turn shapes. In J.M. Atkinson and J. Heritage eds., Structures of Social Action: studies in conversation analysis, 57-101. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Pomerantz, Anita M. 1986. Extreme case formulations: A way of legitimizing claims, Human Studies 9: 219-30.

Pomerantz, Anita. 1988. Offering a candidate answer: an information seeking strategy, Communication Monograph 55, 360-373.

Poplack, Shana. 1992. The inherent variability of the French subjunctive. In Christiane laeufer and Terrell A. Morgan, eds., Theoretical analyses in Romance linguistics, 235-263. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Rae, John. 2001. Organizing participation in interaction: doing participation framework. ROLSI 34.2: 253-278.

Rauniomaa, M.; Keisanen, T. 2012. Two multimodal formats for responding to requests. Journal of Pragmatics 44.6-7: 829-842.

Raymond, Chase W. 2015. Questions and Responses in Spanish Monolingual and Spanish-English Bilingual Conversation. Language & Communication, 40, 50-68.

Raymond, Chase W. 2016. Linguistic reference in the negotiation of identity and action: Revisiting the T/V distinction. Language 92.3: .

Raymond, Geoffrey. 2000. The structure of responding: type-conforming and  nonconforming responses to yes/no type interrogatives. UCLA PhD dissertation.

Raymond, Geoffrey. 2003. Grammar and social organization: Yes/no interrogatives and the structure of responding. American Sociological Review 68: 939-967.

Raymond, Geoffrey. 2004. Prompting Action: The stand-alone "so" in ordinary conversation. Research on Language and Social Interaction 37.2: 185-218.

Raymond, Geoffrey. 2006. Grammar and social organization: Yes/no type interrogatives and the structure of responding. Drew, Paul and John Heritage, eds., Conversation Analysis, London: Sage. [Reprint of Raymond (2003)]

Raymond, Geoffrey. 2010. Grammar and social relations: Alternative forms of Yes/No-type initiating actions in health visitor interactions. In Alice F. Freed and Susan Ehrlich, eds. "Why Do You Ask?": The Function of Questions in Institutional Discourse, 87-107. New York: Oxford University Press.

Raymond, Geoffrey. 2013. On the relevance of “slots” in typeconforming responses to polar interrogatives. In Beatrice Szczepek Reed and Geoffrey Raymond, eds., Units of Talk - Units of Action, 169-207. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Raymond, Geoffrey and John Heritage. 2006. The epistemics of social relations: Owning grandchildren. Language in society 35, 677–705.

Reber, Elisabeth. 2012. Affectivity in Talk-in-interaction: Sound objects in English. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Rhys, Catrin S. 2016. Grammar and Epistemic Positioning: When Assessment Rules. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 49.3: xx-xx (out online)

Roberts, Felicia and Jeffrey D. Robinson. 2004. Interobserver agreement on first-stage conversation analytic transcription. Human Communication Research 33: 376-410.

Robinson, Jeffrey D. To appear. Using Full Repeats to Initiate Repair on Others’ Questions. ROLSI.

Romaine, Suzanne and Deborah Lange. 1991. The use of like as a marker of reported speech and thought: a case of grammaticalization in progress. American speech 66.3: 227-279.

Rossano, Federico. 2012.  Gaze in social interaction. In Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers, eds., Handbook of conversation analysis, 308-329. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Rossano, Federico, Penelope Brown, and Stephen C. Levinson. 2009. Gaze, questioning, and culture. In Jack Sidnell, ed., Conversation analysis: Comparative perspectives, 187-249. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Rossi, Giovanni. 2012. Bilateral and unilateral requests: The use of imperatives and mi x? interrogatives in Italian. Discourse Processes, 49, 426-458.

Rossi, Giovanni. 2014. When do people not use language to make requests? In Paul Drew and Elizabeth Couper Kuhlen, eds., Requesting in Social Interaction, 303-334. John Benjamins.

Rossi, Giovanni and Joerg Zinken. In press. Social agency and grammar. In N. J. Enfield & P. Kockelman (Eds.), Distributed agency: the sharing of intention, cause, and accountability. Oxford University Press.

de Ruiter, J. P., Holger Mitterer, and N. J. Enfield. 2006. Projecting the end of a speaker's turn: A cognitive cornerstone of conversation. Language 82.3: 515-536.

Ruusuvuori, J. and Peräkylä, A. 2009. Facial and verbal expressions in assessing stories and topics. Research on Language and Social Interaction 42.4: 377-394.

Sacks, Harvey. 1974. An analysis of the course of a joke's telling in conversation. In R. Bauman and J. Sherzeer, eds., Exploraitons in the ethnography of speaking. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sacks, Harvey. 1978. Some technical considerations of a dirty joke. In J. Schenkein, ed., Studies in the organization of conversational interaspeech ction, 249-269. New York: Academic Press.

Sacks, Harvey. 1987. On the preference for agreement and contiguity in sequences in conversation. In G. Button and J.R.E.Lee, eds., Talk and Social Organization, 54-69. Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters.

Sacks, Harvey. 1995. Lectures on Conversation. Oxford: Blackwell.

Sacks, Harvey and Emanuel A. Schegloff. 1979. Two preferences in the organization of reference to persons in conversation and their interaction. In George Psathas, ed., Everyday language: studies in ethnomethodology, 15-21. Irvington.

Sacks, Harvey and Emanuel A. Schegloff. 2002. Home position. Gesture 2:2 (2002), 133–146.

Sacks, Harvey, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Gail Jefferson. 1974. A simplest systematics for the organization of turn-taking for conversation. Language 50.4:696-735.

Sadler, Misumi. 2006. A blurring of categorization: the Japanese connective de in spontaneous conversation. Discourse Studies 8.2: 303–323.

Sadler, Misumi. 2007. Grammar in use across time and space: deconstructing the Japanese 'dative subject' construction. Benjamins.

Saft, Scott. 2002. Review of Mori 1999 and Tanaka 1999. Discourse studies 4.1: 120-126.

Sankoff, Gillian and Penelope Brown. 1976. The origins of syntax in discouse. Language 52:651-666.

Sanchez, Ivo. 2001. Prosodic integration in Spanish complement constructions. In Alan Cienki, Barbara J. Luka, and Michael B. Smith, eds., Conceptual and discourse factors in linguistic structure, 201-214. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Sanchez-Ayala, Ivo. Under review. The Spanish Presentative Lexicon. Studies in language.

Sanchez-Ayala, Ivo. 2003. Constructions as resources for interactions: lists in Spanish and English conversation. Discourse studies 5.3:323-349..

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1972. Notes on conversational practice: formulating place. In D. Sudnow, ed., Studies in social interaction, 75-119. Free Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1979. The relevance of repair to syntax-for-conversation. In Talmy Givón, ed., Discourse and syntax, 261-286. New York: Academic Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1980. Preliminaries to Preliminaries: 'Can I ask you a question'. Sociological Inquiry 50. 3-4: 104-152.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1982. Discourse as an interactional achievement: some uses of 'uh huh' and other things that come between sentences. In Tannen, Deborah, ed. Analyzing discourse: text and talk, 71-93. Georgetown: Georgetown University Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1984. On some questions and ambiguities in conversation. In J. M. Atkinson and J. Heritage, eds., Structures of social action: studies in conversation analysis, 28-52. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1984. On some gestures' relation to talk. In Atkinson, Maxwell and John Heritage, eds., Structures of social action, 266-296. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1987. Analyzing single episodes of interaction: an exercise in conversation analysis. Social Psychology Quarterly 50.2: 101-114.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1987. Some sources of misunderstanding in talk-in-interaction. Linguistics 25: 201-218.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1987. Recycled turn beginnings: a precise repair mechanism in conversation's turn-taking organisation. In Graham Button and John R. Lee, eds., Talk and social organisation, 70-85. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1988. Discourse as an interactional achievement II: an exercise in conversation analysis. In Deborah Tannen, ed., Linguistics in context: connecting observation and understanding, 135-158. (Advances in Discourse Processes XXIX.) Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1988. On an actual virtual servo-mechanism for guessing bad news: A single case conjecture. Social Problems, 35, 442–457.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1989. Reflections on language, development, and the interactional character of talk-in-interaction. In M. H. Bornstein and J. S. Bruner (eds.), Interaction in Human Development, 139-153. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1990. On the organization of sequences as a source of 'coherence' in talk-in-interaction. In B. Dorval, ed., Conversational organization and its development, 51-77. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1991. Conversation analysis and socially shared cognition. In Resnick, Lauren, John Levine, and Stephanie Teasley, eds., Perspectives on socially shared cognition, 150-171. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1992. In another context. In Alessandro Duranti and Charles Goodwin, eds., Rethinking context: language as an interactive phenomenon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 193-227.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1995. Discourse as an interactional achievement III: the omnirelevance of action. Research on language and social interaction 28.3: 185-211.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1996. Turn organization: one direction for inquiry into grammar and interaction. In Elinor Ochs, Emanuel A. Schegloff, and Sandra A. Thompson, eds., Interaction and grammar, 52-133. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1996. Some practices for referring to persons in talk-in-interaction: a partial sketch of a systematics. In Barbara A. Fox, ed., Studies in anaphora, 437-485. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1996. Confirming allusions: toward an empirical account of action. American Journal of Sociology 102.1: 161-216.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1996. Issues of relevance for discourse analysis: contingency in action, interaction, and co-participation context. In Eduard Hovy and Donia Scott, eds., Discourse Processing: an interdicsiplinary perspective, 3-35. Heidelberg: SpringerVerlag.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1997. Third turn repair. In Gregory Guy, Crawford Feagin, Deborah Schiffrin, and John Baugh, eds. Towards a social science of language: papers in honor of William Labov, Vol. II, 31-40. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1997. Practices and actions: boundary cases of other-initiated repair. Discourse Processes 23: 499-545.

Schegloff, Emanuel. 1997. ‘Narrative analysis’ thirty year later. Journal of Narrative and Life History 7: 97-106.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1998. Body Torque. Social Research 65.3: 535-595.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 1998. Reflections on studying prosody in talk-in-interaction. Language and Speech 41.3-4: 235-263.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 2000. Overlapping talk and the organization of turn-taking for conversation. Language in Society 29: 1-63.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 2001. Conversation analysis: a project in process - increments. Forum Lecture, LSA Linguistics Institute, UC Santa Barbara.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 2001. Overwrought utterances: "complex sentences" in a different sense. In Joan Bybee and Michael Noonan, eds., Complex sentences in grammar and discourse, 321-336. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 2002. Accounts of Conduct in Interaction: Interruption, overlap and turn-taking. In Jonathan H. Turner, ed. Handbook of sociological theory, 287-321. New York: Plenum.

Schegloff, Emanuel. 2005. On complainability. Social Problems 52.4: 449-476.

Schegloff, Emanuel. 2005. On integrity in inquiry...of the investigated, not the
investigator. Discourse Studies 7.4-5: 455-80.

Schegloff, Emanuel. 2006. Interaction: the infrastructure for social institutions, the natural ecological niche for language, and the arena in which culture is enacted. In N. J. Enfield and Stephen C. Levinson, eds., Roots of human sociality, 70-96. Oxford: Berg.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. 2007. Sequence organization in interaction: A primer in conversation analysis. Cambridge University Press.

Schegloff, Emanuel A., Gail Jefferson, and Harvey Sacks. 1977. The preference for self-correction in the organization of repair in conversation. Language 53:361-382.

Schegloff, Emanuel A. and Harvey Sacks. 1973. Opening up closings. Semiotica 8: 289-327.

Scheibman, Joanne. 2000. I dunno... a usage-based account of the phonological reduction of don't in American English conversation. JP 32: 105-124.

Scheibman, Joanne. 2001. Local patterns of subjectivity in person and verb type in American English conversation. In Joan Bybee and Paul Hopper Eds., Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure, 61-89. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Scheibman, Joanne. 2002. Point of view and grammar: Structural patterns of subjectivity in American English conversation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Scheibman, Joanne. 2003. Inclusive and exclusive patterning of the English first person plural: evidence from conversation. In Michel Achard and Suzanne Kemmer, eds., Language, culture and mind. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Scheutz, Hannes. 2001. On clausal clause combining: the case of weil in spoken German. In Selting/Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 111-139.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 1985. Multiple constraints on discourse options: a quantitative analysis of causal sequences. Discourse processes 8: 281-303.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 1986. The functions of and in discourse. JP 10.1: 41-66.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 1987. Discourse markers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 1990. Between text and context: deixis, anaphora and the meaning of then. Text 10.3: 245-270.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 1992. Conditionals as topics in discourse. Linguistics 30.1: 165-197.

Schiffrin, Deborah. 2006. In other words: cariation and reference in narrative. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Schuetze, Hannes. 2001. On causal clause combining: the case of weil in spoken German. In Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 111-139. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Schuetze-Coburn, Stephan. 1984. On the borders of subordination: signaling relative clauses in spoken German. BLS 10: 650-659.

Schuetze-Coburn, Stephan, 1994, Prosody, syntax, and discourse pragmatics: assessing information flow in German conversation, Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.

Schuetze-Coburn, Stephan, Marian Shapley, and Elizabeth G. Weber. 1992. Units of intonation in discourse: acoustic and auditory analyses in contrast. Language and Speech 34:207-234.

Schulze-Wenck. 2005. Form and function of 'first verbs' in talk-in-interaction. In Hakulinin, Auli and Margret Selting, eds., Syntax and lexis in conversation, 319-348. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Scollon, Ron. 1976. Conversations with a one-year-old: a case study of the developmental foundation of syntax. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Scollon, Ron. 1979. A real early stage: an unzippered condensation of a dissertation on child language. In Elinor Ochs, Bambi Scheffelin, eds., Developmental pragmatics. New York: Academic Press.

Scollon, Ron. 2001. Mediated discourse: the nexus of practice. London: Routledge.

Selting, Margret. 1988. The role of intonation in the organization of repair and problem handling sequences in conversation. JP 12: 293-322.

Selting, Margret. 1992. Prosody in conversational questions. JP 17: 315-245.

Selting, Margret 1992. Intonation as a Contextualization Device. In Auer, Peter and Aldo Di Luzio, eds.,The Contextualization of Language, 233 ff. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Selting, Margret. 1996. On the interplay of syntax and prosody in the constitution of turn-constructional units and turns in conversation. Pragmatics 6.3: 371-388.

Selting, Margret. 1996. Prosody as an activity-type distinctive cue in conversation: the case of so-called 'astonished' questions in repair initiation. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Margret Selting, eds., Prosody and conversation, 231-270. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Selting, Margret. 1997. So-called ellipses as interactively relevant constructions? A new attempt over the range and borders of the ellipse term for the analysis of spoken language in interactions. In: Peter Schlobinski, ed., Syntax of spoken German, 117 156. Opladen: West German publishing house.

Selting, Margret. 1998. TCUs and TRPs: the construction of units in conversational talk. Konstanz: InLiSt 4.

Selting, Margret. 1998. Fragments of TCUs as deviant cases of TCU-production in conversational talk. Konstanz: InLiSt 9.

Selting, Margret. 2000. The constructing of units in conversational talk. Language in society: 477-517.

Selting, Margret. 2001. Fragments of units as deviant cases of unit production in conversational talk. In Margret Selting and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds. Studies in interactional linguistics, 229-258. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Selting, Margret. 2007. Lists as embedded structures and the prosody of list construction as an interactional resource. Journal of pragmatics 39.3: 483-526.

Selting, Margret, Peter Auer, et al. 1998. Gesprächsanalytisches Transkriptionssystem (GAT). Linguistische Berichte 173: 91-122.

Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds. 2001. Studies in interactional linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Seppänen, Eeva-Leena, 1996: Ways of referring to a knowing co-participant in Finnish conversation. In: Timo Haukioja, Marja-Liisa Helasvuo & Elisa Kärkkäinen (eds.), SKY 1996. Yearbook of the Linguistic Association of Finland, 135-176. Helsinki.

Seppänen, Eeva-Leena and Ritva Laury. 2007. Complement clauses as turn continuations: the Finnish että-clause. Pragmatics 17.4: 553-572.

​Seuren, L.M., Huiskes, M. & Koole, T. (2016). Remembering and Understanding with oh-prefaced yes/no declaratives in Dutch. Journal of Pragmatics, 104: 180–192

Shaw, Chloe and Alexa Hepburn. 2013. Managing the moral implications of advice in informal interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 46.4: 344-362.
  
Shaw, Chloe, Jonathan Potter, and Alexa Hepburn. 2015. Advice-implicative actions: Using interrogatives and assessments to deliver advice in mundane conversation. Discourse Studies 17.3: 317-342.

Shen, Xiaonan Susan. 1991. Question intonation in natural speech: a study of Changsha Chinese. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 21.1: 19-28.

Shenk, Petra Scott. 2006. The interactional and syntactic importance of prosody in Spanish-English bilingual discourse. International Journal of Bilingualism 10.2:179-205.

Shepherd, Susan. 1990. Functions of repetition: variation in narrative and conversational discourse. in J. Edmondson, C. Feagin, and P. Mühlhäusler, eds., Development and diversity: linguistic variation across time and space, 629-638. Dallas: SIL and University of Texas, Arlington.

Sidnell, Jack. 2006. Coordinating gesture, gaze and talk in re-enactments. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 39(4): 377-409.

Sidnell, Jack. 2007. Comparative studies in conversation analysis. Annual Review of Anthropology (36)

Sidnell, Jack. 2007. 'Look'-prefaced turns in first and second position: Launching, interceding and redirecting action. Discourse Studies 9(3): 387-408

Sidnell, Jack. 2007. Repairing person reference in a small Caribbean community: Generic organization, local inflection. In N.J. Enfield and Tanya Stivers, eds., Person Reference in Interaction: Linguistic, Cultural, and Social Perspectives, 281-308. Cambridge University Press.

Sidnell, Jack. 2012. Turn continuation by self and by other. Discourse Processes, 49.3-4: 314-337.

Sidnell, Jack. 2017. Action in interaction is conduct under a description. Language in Society 46.3.

Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers. 2005. Multi-modal interaction. Semiotica 156.1/4: 1-20.

Sidnell, Jack and Tanya Stivers, eds. 2013. Handbook of Conversation Analysis. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Sikveland, Rein Ove and Richard A. Ogden. 2012. Holding gestures across turns: moments to generate shared understanding. Gesture 2.12: 166-199.

Silva-Corvalán, Carmen. 1983. On the interaction of word order and intonation: some OV constructions in Spanish. In Flora Klein-Andreu, ed., Discourse perspectives on syntax, 117-142. New York: Academic Press.

Solan, Lawrence M. and Peter M. Tiersma. 2005. Speaking of crime: the language of criminal justice. University of Chicago Press.

Sorjonen, Marja-Leena. 2001. Simple answers to yes-no questions: the case of Finnish. In: Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Sorjonen, Marja-Leena. 2002. Recipient activities: the particle no as a go-ahead response in Finnish conversations. In: Cecilia E. Ford, Barbara A. Fox & Sandra A. Thompson, eds., The language of turn and sequence. Oxford University Press.

Sorjonen, Marja-Leena. 2002. Responding in conversation. A study of response particles in Finnish. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Sorjonen, Marja-Leena and John Heritage. 1994. Constituting and maintaining activities across sequences and prefacing as a feature of question design. Language in Society 23: 1-29 29.

Sorjonen, Marja-Leena and Liisa Raevaara. 2014. On the grammatical form of requests at the convenience store: Requesting as embodied action. In Paul Drew and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Requesting in Social Interaction, 243-268. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Spielmann, Roger W. 1987. Preference and sequential organization in Algonquin. In Cowan, William, ed., Papers of the Eighteenth Algonquian Conference, 321-333. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Spielmann, Roger W. 1988. What's so funny? Laughing together in Algonquin conversation. In Cowan, William, ed., Papers of the Nineteenth Algonquian Conference, 201-212. Ottawa: Carlton University.

Spielmann, Roger W. and Chief, Bertha. 1986. Requesting and rejecting in Algonquin: Notes on a conversation. In Actes du dix-septième Congrès des Algonquinistes, ed. William Cowan, 313-326. Ottowa: Carleton University.

Steensig, Jakob. 2001. Notes on turn-construction methods in Danish and Turkish conversation. In Margret Selting and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds., Studies in interactional linguistics, 259-286.

Steensig, Jakob and Paul Drew. 2008. Introduction: questioning and affiliation/disaffiliation in interaction. Discourse Studies Special Issue: Questioning 10.1: 5-15.

Steensig, Jakob and Trine Heinemann. 2013. When “yes” is not enough - as an answer to a yes/no question. In Beatrice Sczepek Reed and Geoffrey Raymond (Eds.), Units of Talk - Units of Action, 213-248. John Benjamins

Stenström, Anna-Brita. 1984. Questions and responses in English conversation. Lund: Lund University Press.

Stenström, Anna-Brita. 1988. Questioning in conversation. In M. Meyer, ed., Questions and questioning, 304-325. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Sterponi, Laura.  2003. Account episodes in family discourse: the making of moralityin everyday interaction. Discourse Studies 5.1: 79-100.

Stevanovic, Marja-Leena and Anssi Peräkylä. 2012. Deontic authority in interaction: The right to announce, propose, and decide. Research on Language & Social Interaction 45:3, 297-321.

Stevanovic, Melisa and Chiara Monzoni. 2016. On the hierarchy of interactional resources: Embodied and verbal behavior in the management of joint activities with material objects. Journal of Pragmatics 103: 15-32.

Stivers, Tanya. 2005. Modified repeats: one method for asserting primary rights from second position. Research on Language in Social Interaction, 38:131-158.

Stivers, Tanya. 2007. Alternative recognitionals in person reference. In Nick J. Enfield and Tanya Stivers, eds. Person Reference in Interaction: Linguistic, Cultural, and Social Perspectives. Cambridge University Press.

Stivers, Tanya. 2008. Stance, alignment and affiliation during story telling: When nodding is a token of preliminary affiliation. Research on Language in Social Interaction, 41:29-55.

Stivers, Tanya. 2010. An overview of the question–response system in American English conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 42.10: , 2772-2781.

Stivers, Tanya. 2011. Morality and question design: 'Of course' as contesting a presupposition of askability. In T. Stivers, L. Mondada & J. Steensig (Eds.) The Morality of Knowing in Conversation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 82-106.

Stivers, Tanya. 2012. Morality and question design: 'Of course' as contesting a presupposition of askability. In T. Stivers, L. Mondada & J. Steensig, eds. The Morality of Knowing in Conversation, 82-106. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stivers Tanya and N.J. Enfield. 2010. A coding scheme for question-response sequences in conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 42: 2620-2626.

Stivers, Tanya, N.J. Enfield, Stephen C. Levinson, eds. 2010. Question-response sequences in conversation across ten languages. Journal of Pragmatics 42 (10), 2615-2860.

Stivers, Tanya and Makoto Hayashi. 2010. Transformative answers: One way to resist a question's constraints. Language in Society, 39: 1-25.

Stivers, Tanya and John Heritage. 2001. Breaking the sequential mode: answering more than the question during comprehensive history taking. Text 21: 151-185.

Stivers, Tanya and Jeffrey D. Robinson. 2006. A preference for progressivity in interaction. Language in Society 35.3:367-392.

Stivers, Tanya, Lorenza Mondada and Jakob Steensig, eds. 2011. The Morality of Knowing in Conversation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stivers, Tanya and Federico Rossano. 2010. Mobilizing response. Research on Language and Social Interaction 43.1: 3-31.

Stivers, Tanya and Federico Rossano. 2012. Mobilizing response in interaction: A compositional view of questions. In J.P. de Ruiter (Ed.) Questions: Formal, Functional and Interactional Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Stivers, Tanya and Jack Sidnell. 2005. Multimodal interaction. Special issue, Semiotica 156.1/4.

Stivers, Tanya and Jack Sidnell. 2005. Introduction: Multimodal interaction. Semiotica 156.1/4: 1-20.

Stivers, Tanya and Jack Sidnell. 2016.  Proposals for activity collaboration. Research on language and social interaction 49.2: 148-166.

Stokoe, Elizabeth H. and Derek Edwards. 2006. Story formulations in talk-in-interaction. Narrative Inquiry 16.1: 59-68.

Strauss, Susan. 1993. Why 'this' and 'that' are not complete without 'it'. Chicago Linguistic Society, 403-417. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Strauss, Susan and Yumiko Kawanishi. 1996. Assessment strategies in Japanese, Korean, and American English. In Noriko Akatsuka, Shoichi Iwasaki, and Susan Strauss, eds., Japanese-Korean Linguistics 5, 149-165. Stanford: CSLI.

Streeck, Jürgen. 1992. The "dispreferred other”. In Searle, John R., Herman Parret and Jef Verschueren, eds., (On) Searle on Conversation, 129-136. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Streeck, Jürgen. 1993. Gesture as communication I: its coordination with gaze and speech. Communication monographs 60: 275-299.

Streeck, Jürgen. 1994. Gesture as communication II: the audience as co-author. Research on language and social interaction 27.3: 239-267.

Streeck, Jürgen. 1995. On projection. In Esther N. Goody, ed., Social intelligence and interaction, 87-110. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Streeck, Jürgen. 2002. Grammars, words, and embodied meanings: on the uses and evolution of so and like. Journal of Communication 52 (3), 581-596.

Streeck, Jürgen. 2009. Gesturecraft: The manu-facture of meaning. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Streeck, Jurgen, Charles Goodwin, and Curtis LeBaron, eds. 2011. Embodied Interaction: Language and Body in the Material World. Cambridge: University Press.

Streeck, Jürgen and Ulrike Hartge. 1992. Gestures at the transition place. In Peter Auer and Aldo di Luzio, eds., The contextualization of language, 135-157. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Streeck, Jürgen and Mark L. Knapp. 1992. The interaction of visual and verbal features in human communication. In Fernando Poyatos, ed., Non-verbal communication, 3-23. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Stubbs, Michael. 1995. Collocations and semantic profiles. Functions of language 2.1: 23-55.

Stuckenbrock, Anja (2014). Pointing to an ‘empty’ space: Deixis am Phantasma in face-to-face interaction. In: Journal of Pragmatics 74, 70-93.

Su, Lily Yi-Wen. 2004. Subjectification and the use of the complementizer SHUO. Concentric: Studies in Linguistics, 30:19-40.

Suh Kyung-Hee. 1992. A discourse analysis of the English tense-aspect-modality system. Unpublished PhD dissertation, UCLA.

Suh Kyung-Hee and Kyu-hyun Kim. 1992.The Korean modal marker kyess as a marker of affect. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 2. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Sunakawa, Yuriko. 2010. Manipulation of voices in the development of a story: prosody and voice quality of Japanese direct reported speech. In Polly Szatrowski, ed., Storytelling across Japanese conversational genre, 23-59. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Suzuki, Ryoko. 1990. The role of particles in Japanese gossip. BLS 16: 315-324.

Suzuki, Ryoko. 1999. Grammaticization in Japanese: a study of pragmatic particle-ization. PhD dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Svennevig, Jan. 2004. Other repetition as display of hearing, understanding and emotional stance. Discourse Studies 6.4: 489-516.

Swerts, Marc and R. Geluykens. 1993. The prosody of information units in spontaneous monologue. JP 15.7: 567-584.

Swerts, Marc and Ronald Geluykens. 1994. Prosody as a marker of information flow in spoken discourse. Language and Speech 37.1: 21-43.

Szatrowski, Polly. 1986. The use of Japanese tense-aspect forms for vividness effect and participant tracking in conversations about past experiences. Journal of Asian Culture 9: 102-124. UCLA Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures.

Szatrowski, Polly. 1987. "Pastness" and "narrative events" in Japanese conversational narratives. In Russell Tomlin, ed., Coherence and grounding in discourse, 409-433. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Szatrowski, Polly. 1987. A discourse analysis of Japanese invitations. Berkeley Linguistics Society 13: 270-284.

Szatrowski, Polly. 2000. Relation between gaze, head nodding and aizuti 'back channel' at a Japanese company meeting. Berkeley Linguistics Society 26: 283-294.

Szatrowski, Polly. 2002. When do Japanese speakers co-construct utterances? In Maari Noda and Patricia Wetzel, eds., Language in culture. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.

Szatrowski, Polly. 2002. Gaze, head nodding and aizuti 'back channel utterances' in information presenting activities. Japanese-Korean Linguistics 11: 119-132.

Szatrowski, Polly. 2002. Syntactic projectability and co-participant completion in Japanese conversation. Berkeley Linguistics Society 28: 315-326.

Szatrowski, Polly, ed. 2010. Storytelling across Japanese conversational genre. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Szczepek, Beatrice. 2000. Formal aspects of collaborative productions in English conversation. InList 17. Universitat Konstanz.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2004. Turn-final intonation revisited. Sound Patterns in Interaction: Cross-linguistic studies from conversation 97-117, In. E. Couper-Kuhlen and C. Ford, eds. Amsterdam, Benjamins.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2006. Prosodic orientation in English conversation. Houndmills, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2010. Analysing Conversation: An Introduction to Prosody. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2010. Intonation phrases in natural conversation: A participants’ category? In: Barth-Weingarten, Dagmar, Elisabeth Reber, and Margret Selting, eds. Prosody in Interaction, 191-212. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2012. Prosody, syntax and action formation: Intonation phrases as ‘action components’. In: Pia Bergmann, Jana Brenning, Martin Pfeiffer and Elisabeth. Reber, eds. Prosodic and Visual Resources in Interactional Grammar, 142-171. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2012. Conversation Analysis: Conversation Analysis and prosody. In: Carol A. Chapelle, (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice. 2012. Beyond the particular: Prosody and the coordination of actions. Language and Speech. 55(1), 12-33.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice and Rasmus Persson. 2016. How speakers of different languages extend their turns: word linking and glottalization in French and German. Research on Language and Social Interaction 49.2: 128-147.

Szczepek Reed, Beatrice and Darren Reed. 2013. Action units and their boundaries: The instruction turn in music masterclasses. In: B. Szczepek Reed and G. Raymond (Eds.) Units of Talk – Units of Action.Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Tai, James H-Y. and Wenzhe Hu. 1991. Functional Motivations for the So-called 'Inverted sentences' in Beijing conversational discourse, Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 26, 75-104.

Takagi, Tomoyo. 1999. 'Questions' in argument sequences in Japanese. Human Studies 22: 397-423.

Takagi, Tomoyo. 2001. Sequence management in Japanese child-adult interaction. PhD dissertation, UC Santa Barbara.

Takagi, Tomoyo. 2002. Contextual resources for inferring unexpressed referents in Japanese conversation. Pragmatics 12.2: 135-182.

Takanashi, Hiroko. Stance differential in parallelism: dialogic syntax of argumentation in Japanese. In Nemeth, Eniko, ed., Pragmatics in 2000: Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2, 570-582. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association.

Takara, Nobutaka. 2012. The weight of head nouns in noun-modifying constructions in conversational Japanese. Studies in Language 36.1: 33-72.

Taleghani-Nikazm, C. 2005. ’Contingent requests’: Their sequential organization and turn shape. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 38 (2): 159-179.

Taleghani-Nikazm, Carmen. 2006. Request sequences: the intersection of grammar, interaction, and social context. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Tanaka, Hiroko. 1999. Turn-taking in Japanese conversation: a study in grammar and interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Tanaka, Hiroko. 2000. The particle ne as a turn-management device in Japanese conversation. JP 32.8: 1135-1176.

Tanaka, Hiroko. 2001. Adverbials for turn projection in Japanese: toward a demystification of the "telepathic" mode of communication. Language in Society 30: 559-587.

Tanaka, Hiroko. 2004. Prosody for marking transition-relevance places in Japanese conversation: the case of turns unmarked by utterance-final objects. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and Cecilia E. Ford, eds., Sound patterns in interaction, 63-96. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Tanaka, Hiroko. 2005. Grammar and the timing of social action: Word order and preference organization in Japanese. Language in Society 34:3: 389-430.

Tannen, Deborah. 1986. Introducing constructed dialogue in Greek and American conversational literary narrative. In Florian Coulmas, ed., Direct and Indirect Speech, . Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Tannen, Deborah. 1987. Repetition and variation as spontaneous formulaicity in conversation. Language 63:574-605.

Tannen, Deborah. 1989. Interpreting interruption in conversation. Papers from the 25th annual regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, Part II: Parasession on Language in Context, 266-287. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Tannen, Deborah. 1990. Conversational style: analyzing talk among friends. New
York: Academic Press.

Tannen, Deborah, ed. 1993. Framing in discourse. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Tannen, Deborah. 2007. Talking voices: repetition, dialogue, and imagery in conversational discourse, 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Tao, Hongyin. 1992. NP intonation units and referent identification. BLS 18:237-247.

Tao, Hongyin. 1996. Units in Mandarin conversation: prosody, discourse and grammar. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Tao, Hongyin. 1999. The grammar of demonstratives in Mandarin conversational discourse: a case study. Journal of Chinese linguistics 27.1: 69-103.

Tao, Hongyin. 1999. Body movement and participant alignment in Mandarin conversational organization. Chicago Linguistic Society 35: The Panels, 125-139.

Tao, Hongyin. 2003. Toward an Emergent View of Lexical Semantics. Language and Linguistics 4.4: 837-856.

Tao, Hongyin. 2003. A usage-based approach to argument structure: 'remember' and 'forget' in spoken English. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 8.1: 75–95.

Tao, Hongyin. 2003. Turn initiators in spoken English: a corpus-based approach to interaction and grammar. In Pepi Leistyna and Charles F. Meyer, eds., Corpus analysis: language structure and language use, 187-207. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Tao, Hongyin. 2007. A Corpus-Based Investigation of Absolutely and Related Phenomena in Spoken American English. Journal of English Linguistics 35.1.

Tao, Hongyin. 2001. Some Interactive Functions of Topic Constructions in Mandarin Conversation. Proceedings of the Joint Meetings of the 10th International Association for Chinese Linguistics and the 13th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics. Graduate Students in Linguistics Publications. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, 317-331. [Chinese translation by Yue Yao in Yuyanxue Luncong [Studies in Linguistics], Vol. 36, 363-376, Beijing: Commercial Press, 2007.]

Tao, Hongyin and Michael J. McCarthy. 2001. Understanding non-restrictive which-clauses in spoken English, which is not an easy thing. Language Sciences 23: 651-677.

Tao, Hongyin and Sandra A. Thompson. 1991. English Backchannels in Mandarin Conversation: a Case Study of Superstratum Pragmatic 'Interference': Journal of Pragmatics 16.2: 61-75.

Tao, Hongyin and Sandra A. Thompson. 1994. The discourse and grammar interface: preferred clause structure in Mandarin conversation. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 29.3: 1 - 34.

Tao, Liang. 1993. Zero Anaphora in Chinese: Cognitive Strategies in Discourse Processing, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Colorado.

Tao, Liang. 1995. Repair in natural conversation of Beijing Mandarin. The Yuan Ren Society of Chinese Dialect Data Vol. 1: 55-78.

Tao, Liang. 2001. Switch reference and zero anaphora: emergent reference in discourse processing. In Alan Cienki, Barbara J. Luka and Michael B. Smith, eds., Conceptual and discourse factors in linguistic structure, 253-269. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Tao, Liang. 2006. Classifier loss and frozen tone in spoken Beijing Mandarin: the yi+ge phono-syntactic conspiracy. Linguistics 44.1: 91–133.

Tao, Liang, Barbara Fox, and Jule de Garcia. 1999. Tone-choice repair in conversational Mandarin Chinese. In Fox, Barbara, Daniel Jurafsky, and Laura Michaelis, eds., Cognition and function in language: 268-281. Stanford: CSLI.

Thavenius, C. 1983. Referential pronouns in English conversation. Lund: Lund University Press.

Thompson, Sandra A. 1988. A discourse approach to the cross-linguistic category 'adjective'. In John Hawkins, ed., Explanations for language universals, 167-185. Basil Blackwell. Also in Roberta Corrigan, Fred Eckman, and Michael Noonan, eds., Linguistic categorization (1989), 245-265. Benjamins.

Thompson, Sandra A. 1997. Discourse motivations for the core-oblique distinction as a language universal. In Akio Kamio, ed., Directions in functional linguistics, 59-82. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Thompson, Sandra A. 1998. A discourse explanation for the cross-linguistic differences in the grammar of interrogation and negation. In Anna Siewierska and Jae Jung Song, eds., Case, Typology, and Grammar, 309-341. Benjamins.

Thompson, Sandra A. 2002. 'Object complements' and conversation: towards a realistic account. Studies in Language 26.1: 125-164.

Thompson, Sandra A. 2017. Understanding ‘clause’ as an emergent ‘unit’. Special issue of  Studies in Language.

Thompson, Sandra A. and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen. 2005. The clause as a locus of grammar and interaction. Discourse Studies 7.4/5: 481-505. [Reprinted in Language and Linguistics 6.4: 807-837, 2005.]

Thompson, Sandra A., Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, and Barbara A. Fox. 2015. Grammar and Everyday Talk: Building responsive actions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Thompson, Sandra A. and Paul J. Hopper. 2001. Transitivity, clause structure, and argument structure: evidence from conversation. In Bybee, Joan L. and Paul J. Hopper, eds., Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure, 27-60. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Thompson, Sandra A. and Anthony Mulac. 1991. A Quantitative Perspective on the Grammaticization of Epistemic Parentheticals in English. In Elizabeth Traugott and Bernd Heine, Grammaticalization II, 313-339. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Thompson, Sandra A. and Anthony Mulac. 1991. The discourse conditions for the use of complementizer that in conversational English. Journal of Pragmatics 15:237- 51.

Thompson, Sandra A. and Hongyin Tao. 2010. Conversation, grammar, and fixedness: Adjectives in Mandarin revisited. Chinese Language and Discourse 1.1: 3-30.

Thompson,  Sandra A. and Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu. 2016. Conversation analysis in Chinese. Special issue of Chinese Language and Discourse, 7.2.

Thumm, Markus. 2000. The contextualization of paratactic conditionals. Interaction and Linguistic Structures 20. Konstanz: University of Konstanz.

Tomasello, Michael. 1992. First verbs: a case study of early grammatical development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Tomasello, Michael. 1999. The cultural origins of human cognition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Tomasello, Michael. 2003. Constructing a language: a usage-based theory of language acquisition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Torreira, Francisco, Sara Bögels, and Stephen C. Levinson. 2015. Breathing for answering: The time course of response planning in conversation. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 284.

Tottie, Gunnel. 1991. Negation in English speech and writing. New York: Academic Press.

Tottie, Gunnel. 1995. The Man Ø I Love: An Analysis of Factors Favouring Zero Relatives in Written British and American English. In: Gunnel Melchers and Beatrice Warren (ed.). Studies in Anglistics. Stockholm Studies in English 85. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell, 201-215.

Tottie, Gunnel. 1997. Relatively Speaking. Relative Marker Usage in the British National Corpus. In: Terttu Nevalainen and Leena Kahlas-Tarkka (ed.). To Explain the Present: Studies in the Changing English Language in Honour of Matti Rissanen. Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique de Helsinki. 52. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, 465-481.

Tottie, Gunnel. 1997. Overseas Relatives. In: Jan Aarts and Herman Wekker (ed.). Studies in English Language Research and Teaching. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 153-165.

Tottie, Gunnel and Michel Rey. 1997. Relativization Strategies in Earlier African American Vernacular English. Language Variation and Change 9: 219-247.

Tottie, Gunnel and Hans Martin Lehmann. 1999. The Realization of Relative Adverbials in Present-Day British English. In: Hilde Hasselgård and Signe Oksefjell (ed.). Out of Corpora: Studies in Honour of Stig Johansson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 137-157.

Tottie, Gunnel and Dawn Harvie. 1999. It's All Relative: Relativization Strategies in Early African American English. In: The English History of African American English. ed. by Shana Poplack. Oxford: Blackwell, 198-230.

Tottie, Gunnel and Hans Martin Lehmann. 2002. As and Other Relativizers after same in Present-day Standard English. In: From the COLT's Mouth, and Other Places. Studies in Honour of Anna-Brita Stenström. ed. by Leiv Egil Breivik and Angela Hasselgren. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Travis, Catherine E. 1998. Bueno: A Spanish interactive discourse marker. Proceedings of the 24th Annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 268-279.

Tsao, Feng-fu. 1979. A Functional Study of Topic in Chinese: The First Step Towards Discourse Analysis. Taipei: Student Book Co.

Tsui, Amy. 1992. A functional description of questions. In M. Coulthard, ed., Advances in spoken discourse analysis. Routledge.

Tulbert, E., & Goodwin, M. H. 2011. Choreographies of Attention: Multimodality in a. Routine Family Activity. In J. Streeck, C. Goodwin, & C. LeBaron (Eds.) Embodied Interaction: Language and Body in the Material World, 79-92. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Turk, Monica J. 2004. Using and in conversational interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 37. 2: 219-250.

Turk, Monica J. 2006. Projection in Mandarin Chinese conversation: Grammar and social interaction in question-answer sequences. PhD dissertation, UC Santa Barbara.

Uhmann, Susanne. 1996. On rhythm in everyday German conversation: beat clashes in assessment utterances. In Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen and  , ed., Prosody in conversation, 303-365. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Uhmann, Susanne. 2001. Some arguments for the relevance of syntax to same-sentence self-repair in everyday German conversation. In Selting, Margret and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, ed., Studies in interactional linguistics, 373-404. Amsterdam, Benjamins.

Vatanen, Anna. 2014. Responding in overlap: Agency, epistemicity and social action in conversation. Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Helsinki. 

Vorreiter, Susanne. 2003. Turn continuations: towards a cross-linguistic classification. InLiSt 39.

Wald, Benji. 1983. Referents and topic within and across discourse units: observations from current vernacular English. In Flora Klein-Andreu, ed., Discourse perspectives on syntax, 91-116. New York: Academic Press.

Walker, Gareth. 2004. On some interactional and phonetic properties of increments to turns in talk-in-interaction. In Couper-Kuhlen, Elizabeth and Cecilia E. Ford, Eds, Sound Patterns in Interaction: 147-169. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Walker, Gareth. 2007. On the design and use of pivots in everyday conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 39.12: 2217-2243.

Walker, Gareth. 2012. Coordination and interpretation of vocal and visible resources: `Trail-off' conjunctions. Language and Speech 55.1, 141-163

Walker,Traci. 2014. Form ≠ Function: The Independence of Prosody and Action. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 47.1: 1–16.

Walker, Traci, Paul Drew, and John Local. 2011. Responding indirectly. Journal of Pragmatics 43: 2434–2451.

Wang Yu-Fang. 1998. Conditionals in conversation: a corpus-based study from Chinese. In Liu, Hua, ed., Proceedings of the Ninth North American conference on Chinese linguistics, vol. 2. Los Angeles: Graduate students in Linguistics, University of Southern California.

Wang, Yu-Fang. 1999. The information sequences of adverbial clauses in Mandarin Chinese conversation. Journal of Chinese linguistics 27.2: 45-89.

Wang, Yu-Fang. 2002. The preferred information sequences of adverbial linking in Mandarin Chinese discourse. Text 22.1: 141-172.

Wang, Yu-Fang, Aya Katz, Chih-Hua Chen. 2003. Thinking as saying: shuo ('say') in Taiwan Mandarin conversation and BBS talk. Language Sciences 25: 457-488.

Weatherall, Ann and Leelo Keevallik. 2016. When claims of understanding are less than affiliative. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 49.3: in press.

Weber, Elizabeth. 1993. Varieties of questions in English conversation. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Weber, Elizabeth G. and Paola Bentivoglio. 1991. Verbs of cognition in spoken Spanish: A discourse profile. Discourse pragmatics and the verb: Evidence from Romance, ed. by Suzanne Fleischman and Linda Waugh, 194-213. London: Routledge.

Weber, Thilo. 1997. The emergence of linguistic structure: Paul Hopper's emergent grammar hypothesis revisited. Language Sciences 19.2: 177-196.

Weber, Thilo. 1998. Shared background and repair in German conversation. PhD dissertation, University of Colorado.

Wells, Bill and Sarah Macfarlane. 1998. Prosody as an interactional resource: turn-projection and overlap. Language and speech 41.3-4: 265-294.

Weinert, Regina and Miller, Jim. 1996. Cleft constructions in spoken language.. Journal of Pragmatics 25: 173-206.

Wide, Camilla. 2002. Perfect in dialogue: form and functional potential of the vera buinn ad + inf. construction in contemporary Icelandic. University of Helsinki.

Wilkinson, Sue and Celia Kitzinger. 2006. Surprise as an interactional achievement:
reaction tokens in conversation. Social Psychology Quarterly 69.2: 150–182.

Wilkinson, Sue and Ann Weatherall. 2011. Insertion Repair: Practices and Actions. Research on Language and Social Interaction 40.1: 65-91.

Wong, Jean. 2000. Repetition in conversation: A look at 'first and second sayings.' Research on Language and Social Interaction 33/4:401-24.

Wong, Jean. 2004. Sidestepping grammar. In Frodesen, Jan and Christine Holten, eds., The power of context in language teaching and learning: a festschrift in honor of Marianne Celce-Murcia. Heinle & Heinle.

Wray, Alison. 2002. Formulaic language and the lexicon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. 1997. Transforming participation frameworks in multi-party Mandarin conversations: the use of discourse particles and body behavior. Issues in Applied Linguistics 8.2: 97-117.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. 2002. Discourse-pragmatic principles for temporal reference in Mandarin Chinese conversation. Studies in Language 26.3: 513-541.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. 2004. Stance in Talk: A Conversation Analysis of Mandarin Final Particles. John Benjamins.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. 2005. There is more here than meets the eye!: the use of final ou in two sequential positions in Mandarin Chinese conversation. JP 37.7: 967-995.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. 2011. A conversation analysis of self-praising in everyday Mandarin interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 43.13: 3152-3176.

Wu, Ruey-Jiuan Regina. 2016. Turn design and progression: aiyou in Mandarin conversation. Chinese Language and Discourse 7.2: 210-236.

Wulff, Stefanie. 2008. Rethinking idiomaticity: A usage-based approach. London/New York: Continuum.

Yang, Ping. 2011. Nonverbal aspects of turn taking in Mandarin Chinese interaction. Chinese Language & Discourse 2.1: 99-130.

Yokota, Mariko. 1995. The role of questioning in Japanese discourse. Issues in Applied Linguistics 5.2: 353-382.

Yoon, Kyung-eun. 2003. Demonstratives in Korean conversation as interactional resources. Crossroads of Language, Interaction, and Culture 5: 67-91.

Yoshida, Eri. 1996. A discourse study of passives in Japanese conversation. UCLA PhD dissertation.

Zhang, Wei. 1998. Repair in Chinese conversation. PhD dissertation, University of Hong Kong.

Zhang, Wei. 2012. Latching/Rush-Through as a Turn-Holding Device and Its Functions in Retrospectively Oriented Pre-Emptive Turn Continuation: Findings from Mandarin Conversation. Discourse Processes 49. 3-4: 163-191.

Zhang, Wei. 2016. Organzing TCUs in a turn: reordering and parenthesizing as operation for self-initiated same-turn repair in Mandarin conversation. Chinese Language and Discourse 7.2: 272-296.

Zhang, Wei and Angela Chan. 2013. Self-repair in Mandarin and Cantonese: delaying the next item due in casual conversation and news interview. In Yuling Pan and Dániel Z. Kádár (eds.) Chinese Discourse and Interaction: Theory and Practice. Equi

Zinken, Jörg. 2013. Reanimating responsibility: The weź-V2 (take-V2) double imperative in Polish interaction. In Thielemann, Nadine and Peter Kosta, eds., Approaches to Slavic Interaction, 35-61. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Zinken, Jörg. 2016. Requesting responsibility: The morality of grammar in Polish and English family interaction. New York: Oxford University Press.

Zinken, Jörg and Eva Ogiermann. 2011. How to propose an action as objectively necessary: The case of Polish trzeba x (“One needs to x”). Research on Language and Social Interaction 44.3: 263-287.

Zinken, Jörg and Eva Ogiermann. 2013. Responsibility and action: Object requests in English and Polish everyday interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 46.3: 256-276.