Socialité et co-operation dans l'oeuvre de Charles Goodwin: Ou comment penser les passerelles entre linguistique, anthropologie et sociologie

Bidragets oversatte titel: Sociality and co-operation in the work of Charles Goodwin: Building bridges between linguistics, anthropology and sociology

Chloé Mondeme

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As a linguistic anthropologist, Goodwin elaborates a conceptual and methodological framework to describe the organization of human activities and conducts. The central notion of « co-operation » accounts for what is at stake in ordinary conversation as well as in professional practices, cultural transmissions, or expressions of cognitive phenomena ; and crosses bridges in a rich and systematic manner. The article will outline the footsteps of Goodwin’s work, from an initial interest in language to the consideration of the role of the body and embodied practices in collective action. It will focus on the tools and concepts that have progressively emerged, and will eventually evoke the potential payoffs of such a body of work for the French social sciences.
OriginalsprogFransk
TidsskriftTracés
Vol/bind16
Udgave nummer30
Sider (fra-til)61-74
ISSN1763-0061
StatusUdgivet - okt. 2016

Fingeraftryk

sociality
anthropology
social science
linguistics
collective behavior
conversation
organization
language

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Socialité et co-operation dans l'oeuvre de Charles Goodwin : Ou comment penser les passerelles entre linguistique, anthropologie et sociologie. / Mondeme, Chloé.

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