Discourse and Conversation Analysis is an interdisciplinary journal which publishes research on social interaction in everyday life, institutions and the media.

Discourse and Conversation Analysis welcomes data-driven research originating in linguistics, sociology, pedagogics, psychology, anthropology and related sciences.

Discourse and Conversation Analysis publishes analyses from conversation analysis, interactional linguistics, multimodal video-analysis, ethnography, research on spoken language, functional pragmatics, hermeneutic sociology of knowledge and other approaches to the analysis of interactional discourse.

Papers may apply to one of five categories:

  • Basic Research
  • Applied Research (e.g., concerning counseling, training, pedagogics)
  • Research Tools and Practice (building a corpus, transcription, software for recording and analysis)
  • Book Reviews
  • Conference Reports

Discourse and Conversation Analysis is an open access journal. It is available at no cost for readers and does not charge authors for publication. It is funded by the Verein für Gesprächsforschung e.V., the German Research Council (DFG) and by grants of users.

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Last published (7/2015)

Lorenza Mondada
The facilitator's task of formulating citizens' proposals in political meetings:
Orchestrating multiple embodied orientations to recipients

 


Arnulf Deppermann
When recipient design fails: Egocentric turn-design of instructions
in driving school lessons leading to breakdowns of intersubjectivity

 


Emma Betz
Recipient design in reference choice:
Negotiating knowledge, access, and sequential trajectories