“But you’re gonna ask me questions, right?” Interactional frame and “for-the-record” orientation in language biography interviews
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SubjectLanguage biographies; Participation frameworks; Conversation analysis; Italian language; South Tyrol; Discoursive interviews; Interaction in institutional settings; L-LIN/01
By adopting a “social practice” perspective of qualitative interviews, and thereby considering such tool of data collection as a joint accomplishment of both interviewee and interviewer, in this chapter the author examines language biography interviews as they are co-constructed by conversational partners. Using conversation analysis (CA), the chapter looks at how participants locally negotiate the interactional frame of their encounter as institutional talk leading to the generation of research data. How interviewees display their “for the record” orientation by assessing their own talk, as well by drawing upon the encounter as a resource to let their voice be heard is then discussed.
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