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Table of Contents


Contents

List of figurespage vii
List of contributorsviii
Acknowledgementsx

1

Discursive research: themes and debates
ALEXA HEPBURN AND SALLY WIGGINS
1

Part I Psychology in action
29
2Managing subjectivity in talk
DEREK EDWARDS
31
3Emotions in meeting talk
PIRJO NIKANDER
50
4Negotiating consciousness: parapsychology and the social organisation of reports of mental states
SIMON ALLISTONE AND ROBIN WOOFFITT
70
5Apologising-in-action: on saying ‘sorry’ to Indigenous Australians
MARTHA AUGOUSTINOS, AMANDA LECOUTEUR AND KATHRYN FOGARTY
88
6Mind, mousse and moderation
JONATHAN POTTER AND CLAUDIA PUCHTA
104

Part II Professionals and clients
125
7When patients present serious health conditions as unlikely: managing potentially conflicting issues and constraints
ANITA POMERANTZ, VIRGINIA TEAS GILL AND PAUL DENVIR
127
8Arguing and thinking errors: cognitive distortion as a members’ category in sex offender group therapy talk
CLARE MACMARTIN AND CURTIS D. LEBARON
147
9Members’ and analysts’ interests: ‘formulations’ in psychotherapy
CHARLES ANTAKI, REBECCA BARNES AND IVAN LEUDAR
166
10‘Suppose it wasn’t possible for you to go any further with treatment, what would you do?’ Hypothetical questions in interactions between psychiatrists and transsexual patients
SUSAN A. SPEER AND CERI PARSONS
182

Part III Youth and institutions
201
11‘Doing reluctance’: managing delivery of assessments in peer evaluation
JAKOB CROMDAL, MICHAEL THOLANDER AND KARIN ARONSSON
203
12A valid person: non-competence as a conversational outcome
ALESSANDRA FASULO AND FRANCESCA FIORE
224
13Discursive practices in talking problems during a school–family meeting
RICHARD BUTTNY AND SANDRA KELLOGG RATH
247
14Food abuse: mealtimes, helplines and ‘troubled’ eating
SALLY WIGGINS AND ALEXA HEPBURN
263
15Discursive research: applications and implications
SALLY WIGGINS AND ALEXA HEPBURN
281
Appendix: transcription notation292
References294
Index318



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