Day 4 – Wednesday, 29 July 2015
- — Marina Cantarutti (@pronbites)Wed, Jul 29 2015 05:12:30Oh, I wonder how the rest of the conference will manage to live up to the panel on prosody yesterday. It set the bar really high! #ipra2015
- — rolsi journal (@rolsi_journal)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:07:10Stivers #IPrA2015 : more evidence of conversation is built for two: direct gaze is unambiguously & exclusively single-targeted
- — Elliott (@elliotthoey)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:37:03I'm wonder tho, if the apparent 2-person constraint emerges from f-formation systems, rather than conversational organizations #IPrA2015
- — Mark Dingemanse (@DingemanseMark)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:37:10Unfortunately, plenaries at #IPrA2015 are built for one — no time for questions after Stivers' "Is conversation built for two?"
- — rolsi journal (@rolsi_journal)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:38:21Stivers' talk at #IPrA2015 set out systematic evidence for the structural constraints on ostensibly free-for-all talk allocation.
- — Elliott (@elliotthoey)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:40:12also, Thomason and Hopper 92 suggest that there is in fact no bias for "last as next" when inspecting all TRPs w/o a next spkr #IPrA2015
- — Elliott (@elliotthoey)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:41:58Does Stivers suggest that there's something special about verbal resources? for laughter, eg, there's a pref for shared involvemt #IPrA2015
- — Mark Dingemanse (@DingemanseMark)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:44:12Nikiforidou plenary #IPrA2015 tries to retrofit construction grammar to talk about interactional practices and social actions in dialogue
- — Elliott (@elliotthoey)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:45:02& there's no strong constraint against gesticulating while another spks. what's so special abt talk? does this hold for sign lg? #IPrA2015
- — Elliott (@elliotthoey)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:47:33you can only gaze to one person at a time. so does this say more abt how activities are physically structured, rather than conv? #IPrA2015
- — Mark Dingemanse (@DingemanseMark)Wed, Jul 29 2015 07:48:03Nikiforidou notes CxG and CA can benefit from each other; argues social action formats can be seen as 'constructions' #IPrA2015
- — rolsi journal (@rolsi_journal)Wed, Jul 29 2015 08:00:56Kiki Nikiforidou uses a clip from Life of Brian in her #IPrA2015 plenary. Where would linguistics be without Monty Python, Friends & Cheers
- — Martin Siefkes (@stilomet)Wed, Jul 29 2015 08:36:28I'm sitting in the session "Film discourse" of #IPRA2015, a lecture session not connected to the telecinematic discourse panel yesterday.
- — Kate Maxwell (@skatemaxwell)Wed, Jul 29 2015 08:37:57Morning from #IPRA2015! Now listening to Luis Bagué Quílez and Susana Rodríguez Rosique on contrast in aesthetic discourse.
- — Martin Siefkes (@stilomet)Wed, Jul 29 2015 08:39:24First up: Manuela Caniato, Stefania Marzo & Claudia Crocco on the translation of honorifics in subtitles from Italian to Dutch. #IPRA2015
14th IPrA conference, Antwerp 2015 – day 4 to 6
All tweets from #ipra2015, from We 29.07. to Fri 31.07. and afterwards (until 3.08.). The 14th International Pragmatics Conference took place from 26 to 31 July 2015 in Antwerp, Belgium; the theme was “Language and Adaptability”. 1300 delegates were present at the conference organised by the IPrA.
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