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Conversations between AIDS counselors and their clients bring delicate and potentially threatening issues into play. In this study Anssi Peräkylä applies the principles of conversation analysis to his exploration of AIDS counseling, using data from video-recorded counseling sessions in a London teaching hospital, and analyzes the design and placement of questions in these situations. His conclusions provide a timely and illuminating insight into the management of a sensitive topic through various techniques of indirectness.Read more
- Analysis of real-life AIDS counselling sessions
- Analysis of institutional interaction based on a particular counselling theory
- Exploration of the management of delicate topics through various techniques of indirectness
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"This is an excellent theoretical book that discusses the face-to-face interaction of counselling....An excellent book for all counselors to read and a highly recommended book for all medical and academic libraries." AIDS Book Review Journal
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- Date Published: December 2005
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521022880
- length: 384 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 22 mm
- weight: 0.49kg
- availability: Manufactured on demand: supplied direct from the printer
Table of Contents
2. The quasi-conversational turn-taking
3. The client as owner of experience
4. The management of co-counsellors' questions
5. Some interactional uses of co-counsellors' questions
6. Addressing 'dreaded issues'
7. The interactional power of hypothetical questions
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