Publications

Forthcoming

Mondémé, C. (forthcoming). Socialite Interspecifique. Pour une analyse multimodale des interactions homme/chien. Limoges : Lambert-Lucas.

Mondémé, C. (forth. accepted). «Ouvrir l’interaction et créer du lien », in Binet J-M. (ed.), L’intervention sociale et ses cadres conversationnels : contributions ethnométhodologiques. Paris: Les Presses de Parmentier.

2017

Andersen, E. M. & Isaksen, J. (2017). Achieving a common understanding of a person with aphasia’s self-assessments of progress in speech and communication. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders. 8, 1.

Hansen, Dorthe & Brouwer, Catherine E. (2017).  SLT styles and indications of parent adherence in the clinical encounter regarding home training activities for children with speech/language disorders. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders, 8 (1), 72–95. DOI: 10.1558/jircd.32080.

Kristiansen, E. D. (2017). “Doing formulating: “Writing Aloud Voice” sequences as an interactional method.” Journal of Pragmatics 114: 49-65

Mondémé, C. (2017). «L’anticipation comme actualisation. Liens entre temporalité et ordre moral dans les situations d’apprentissage », Temporalités, n°24.

Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (2017). Navigating the moral maze: Order and transgression in language classroom participation. In Schwab, G., S. Hoffmann & A. Schön (eds.): Interaktion im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Beiträge aus der empirischen Forschung (pp. 113-132). Münster: LIT Verlag.

Pilesjö, M. S. & Norén, N. (2017). Teaching communication aid use in everyday conversation. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, pp. 1-13.

Tuccio, William A. & Maurice Nevile (2017). Using conversation analysis in data-driven aviation training with large-scale qualitative datasetsJournal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research, 26(1): 1-47.

Rasmussen, G. (2017). The use of pictures for interactional purposes and the grammar of social interaction. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders. 121-145.

2016

aus der Wieschen, M. V., & Sert, O. (2016). Divergent Language Choices and Maintenance of Intersubjectivity: The Case of Danish EFL Young Learners. Abstract from AAAL 2016, Orlando, Florida, United States.

aus der Wieschen, M. V., Fischer, K., Kukliński, K., Jensen, L. C., & Savarimuthu, T. R. (2016). Multimodal Feedback in Human-Robot Interaction: An HCI-Informed Comparison of Feedback Modalities. J. Rodrigues, P. Cardoso, J. Monteiro, & M. Figueiredo (eds.). Handbook of Research on Human-Computer Interfaces: Developments, and Applications. Chapter 6.Hershey, PA: IGI global, 135-161. Advances in Human and Social Aspects of Technology.

aus der Wieschen, M. V., & Eskildsen, S. W. (2016). The role of gestures in achieving understanding in Early English teaching in Denmark. Abstract from 7th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies, Paris, France.

Fischer, K. 2016: Designing speech for a recipient: the roles of partner modeling, alignment and feedback in so-called ‘simplified registers’. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 327 s. (Pragmatics and Beyond New Series, Vol. 270).

Fischer, K., Kirstein, F., Jensen, L. C., Krüger, N., Kukliński, K., aus der Wieschen, M. V., & Savarimuthu, T. R. (2016). A Comparison of Types of Robot Control for Programming by Demonstration. C. Bartneck, Y. Nagai, A. Paiva, & S. Šabanović (eds.). Proceedings of the 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. New Jersey, USA: IEEE. DOI: 10.1109/HRI.2016.7451754, 213-220.

Larsen, T. (accepted, in press). Nurses‘ instruction of patients in the use of INR-monitors for self-management of cardio-vascular conditions: Missed instructional opportunities. Patient Education and Counseling.

Larsen, T. (accepted, in press). Mathias Broth, Eric Laurier and Lorenza Mondada (eds.). Studies of Video Practices: Video at Work [Book review]. Qualitative Research.

Mondémé, Chloé (2016). « Extension de la question de “l’ordre social” aux interactions hommes/animaux – une approche ethnométhodologique », in L’Année Sociologique, vol. 66, n°2.

Mondémé, Chloé (2016). « Socialité et co-opération dans l’oeuvre de Charles Goodwin, ou comment penser les passerelles entre linguistique, anthropologie et sociologie », Revue Tracés, vol 16, n°30. To read Chuck Goodwin’s response to the article, click here

Mondémé, Chloé (2016). « Une sociologie avec les animaux : faut-il changer de sociologie pour étudier les relations humains/animaux ? » (Avec Michalon J. et Doré A.), Revue SociologieS.

Mortensen, K. (2016). The body as a resource for other-initiation of repair: cupping the hand behind the ear. Research on Language and Social Interaction.

Norén, N. & Sigurd Pilesjö, M. (2016). Supporting a child with multiple disabilities to participate in social interaction: The case of asking a question Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. Special Issue on Participation, 30(10), 790-811.

Rasmussen, G. (2016). Repeated use of request for confirmation in atypical interaction. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics.

Rasmussen, G. (2016). The International Classification of Disability, Functioning and Health (ICF) – an example of research methods and language in describing ‘social functioning’ in medical research. Pragmatics and Society, 7(2), 217-238.

2015

Alm, M. H., Larsen, H. & Fischer, K. (2015). As Useful as 25 Years Ago: Foolen’s Four-Level Model of Particle Meanings. Lestrade, S., de Swart, P. & Hogeweg, L. (eds.). Addenda: artikelen voor Ad Foolen. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen, 13-24.

Andersen, E. M. (2015). What’s your problem?: On how participants understand and deal with experienced bodily problems in an online discussion forum about metabolism: A contribution to micro-analytic research that investigate online data. 236 p.

aus der Wieschen, M. V. (2015). Classroom Displays as a Tool for Evaluating Young Learners’ Goal-Attainment. Abstract from The PhD Student Conference in Language and Communication, Odense, Denmark.

aus der Wieschen, M. V. (2015). On the Role of Educational Factors in the Development of Danish Young Learners’ EFL Proficiency. Abstract from Thinking, Doing, Learning, Groningen, Netherlands.

aus der Wieschen, M. V. (2015). Review of Social Interaction and L2 Classroom Discourse. Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1(2), 103-110.

aus der Wieschen, M. V. (2015). What Counts as Evidence for Foreign Language Learning in Primary School?. Abstract from HUMAN Social Interaction and Applied Linguistics Postgraduate Conference, Ankara, Turkey.

aus der Wieschen, M. V., Fischer, K., & Krüger, N. (2015). Error Feedback for Robust Learning from Demonstration. HRI’15 Extended Abstracts: Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Extended Abstracts.  Association for Computing Machinery. DOI: 10.1145/2701973.2702724,  225-226.

Brandt, A. & Mortensen, K. (2015). Conversation analysis and intercultural communication. Hua, Z. (ed.). Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide. Wiley-Blackwell.

Brouwer, C. E., ten Bhömer, M., Tomico, O. & Wensveen, S.  (2015). Assessing smart textile services using bodily knowledge of tangibility. Proceedings of the 4th Participatory Innovation Conference 2015. Valkenburg, R., Dekkers, C. & Sluijs, J. (red.). The Hague: The Hague University of Applied Sciences, s. 99-106

Cadierno, T. & Eskildsen, S. W. (2015). Usage-based perspectives on L2 learning. Mouton de Gruyter. Applications of Cognitive Linguistics.

Day, D. & Kjærbeck, S. (2015). Membership Categorization and Storytelling: The cake story. Pragmatics and Society.

El Derbas, Jalal (2015). Bilingualism: Disruptive Practices In Mainstream Schools. PhD Thesis.

Eskildsen, S. W. (2015). What counts as a developmental sequence?: Exemplar-based L2 learning of English questions. Language Learning, 65(1), 33-62.

Eskildsen, S. W., Cadierno, T. & Li, P. (2015). On the development of motion constructions in four learners of L2 English. Cadierno, T. & Eskildsen, S. W. (eds.). Usage-based perspectives on L2 learning. Mouton de Gruyter.

Eskildsen, S. W. & Wagner, J. (2015). Embodied L2 construction learning. Language Learning. 65(2), 268-297.

Eskildsen, S. W. & Wagner, J. (2015). Sprogbrugsbaseret læring i en tosproget hverdag: En forskningsoversigt over en sprogsbrugsbaseret tilgang til andetsprogsundervisning. NyS, 48, 71-104.

Fischer, K. (2015). Conversation, Construction Grammar, and Cognition. Language and Cognition, 7, 563-588.

Hazel, S. & Wagner, J. (2015). L2 and L3 integrated learning – lingua franca use in learning an additional language in the classroom. Jenks, C. J. & Seedhouse, P. (eds.). International Perspectives on ELT Classroom Interaction. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hulstijn, J. H., Ellis, R. & Eskildsen, S. W. (2015). Orders and sequences in the acquisition of L2 morphosyntax, 40 years on: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Language Learning. 65(1), 1-5.

Isaksen, J. & Brouwer, C. E. (2015). Assessments in outcome evaluation in aphasia therapy: Substantiating the claim. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders, 6(1), 71–95.

Kasch, H., & aus der Wieschen, M. V. (2015). TBLT and Early English in Denmark: Facing the Challenges of the New National Curriculum. Abstract from Sixth International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching, Leuven, Belgium.

Kukliński, K., Savarimuthu, T. R., Fischer, K., Beck, R., Krüger, N., Miatliuk, K., Sølvason, D. (2015). A novel tele-operation device allowing for dynamic switching between control points during learning from demonstration. Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Robot Motion and Control.  IEEE. DOI: 10.1109/RoMoCo.2015.7219753,  314-318.

Larsen, T. (2015). Book review: Mathias Broth, Eric Laurier and Lorenza Mondada (eds). Studies of Video Practices: Video at Work. Qualitative Research.

Larsen, T. (2015). Interaktion, instruktion og patientuddannelse for kronisk sygdom. Akademisk kvarter, 12, 65-83.

Larsen, T. (2015). Leksikalsk genanvendelse: En ressource til synliggørelse af historiers afslutning. Skrifter om Samtalegrammatik (SoS), 2(11), 30.

Mondémé, Chloé (2015). « Apports d’une approche écologique des interactions humain-chien » (avec D. Guillo et N. Lechevrel) in Servais V. (ed). Une science [humaine] des chiens. Editions Le Bord de l’Eau.

Nevile, M. May (2015). The embodied turn in research on language and social interaction.  Research on Language and Social Interaction, 48(2), 121-151.

Savarimuthu, T. R., Sølvason, D., Kuklinski, K., Krüger, N., Fischer, K., aus der Wieschen, M. V., Marhenke, I. (2015). Patent No. WO2014DK50412.

S. W. & Theodorsdottir, G. (2015). Constructing L2 learning spaces: Ways to achieve learning inside and outside the classroom – Eskildsen. Applied Linguistics.

Wagner, J. (2015). Designing for Language Learning in the Wild: creating social infrastructures for second language learning. Cadierno, T. & Eskildsen, S. W. (eds.). Usage-Based Perspectives on Second Language Learning. Applications of Cognitive Linguistics (30). Mouton de Gruyter. Applications of Cognitive Linguistics.

2014

Day, D. & Wagner, J. (2014). Objects as Tools for Talk. Nevile, M., Haddington, P., Heinemann, T. & Rauniomaa, M. (eds.). Interacting with things: The sociality of objects. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 187, 101-124.

Eckardt, M. R. (2014). Any way: Advanced Search Technology in the Application of Conversation Analysis. Kolding: Syddansk Universitet. Det Humanistiske Fakultet.

Eskildsen, S. W. (2014). What’s new? A usage-based classroom study of linguistic routines and creativity in L2 learning. I R A L. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 52(2).

Fischer, K. (2014). Construction Grammar. C. (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Chapelle, Wiley-Blackwell.

Fischer, K. (2014). Discourse Markers. Schneider, K. & Barron, A. (eds.). Pragmatics of Discourse. Mouton de Gruyter, 271-294. Handbooks of Pragmatics, Vol. 3.

Fischer, K. (2014). Konspirative‘ Relationen zwischen Konstruktionen beim Sprachlernen. Grammatik als Netzwerk von Konstruktionen: Sprachwissen im Fokus der Konstruktionsgrammatik. Berlin, Boston: Mouton de Gruyter, 243-259.

Fischer, K. (2014). People do not interact with robots like they do with dogs. Interaction Studies, 15(2), 201-204.

Fischer, K. (2014). The many functions of linguistic labels: Commentary on Katerina Pastra. AMD Newsletter,11(1), 9-10.

Fischer, K. (2014). Wenn Verstehenssignale Nichtverstehen anzeigen: Probleme expliziter Verständigungssicherung. Niebuhr, O. (ed.). Formen des Nicht-Verstehens. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 205-216. Kieler Forschungen zur Sprachwissenschaft, Vol. 5.

Haddington, P. (ed.), Keisanen, T. (ed.), Mondada, L. (ed.) & Nevile, M. (ed.)(2014). Multiactivity in Social Interaction: Beyond Multitasking. John Benjamins Publishing Company. 289 p.

Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. & Nevile, M. (2014). Towards multiactivity as a social and interactional phenomenon. Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. & Nevile, M. (eds.). Multiactivity in Social Interaction: Beyond Multitasking. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 187, 3-32.

Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. (2014). Embodying the institution – Object manipulation in developing interaction in study counselling meetings. Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 10-29.

Hazel, S., Mortensen, K. & Rasmussen, G. (2014). Introduction: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct. Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 1-9.

Hazel, S. & Wagner, J.(2015). L2 and L3 integrated learning – lingua franca use in learning an additional language in the classroom. Jenks, C. J. & Seedhouse, P. (eds.). International Perspectives on ELT Classroom Interaction. Palgrave Macmillan.

Kasper, G. & Wagner, J. (2014). Conversation Analysis in Applied Linguistics. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 34, March, 171-212.

Krüger, N., Ude, A., Petersen, H. G., Nemec, B., Ellekilde, L-P., Savarimuthu, T. R., Jørgensen, J. A., Fischer, K., Buch, A. G., Kraft, D., Mustafa, W., Aksoy, E. E., Papon, J., Kramberger, A. & Worgotter, F. (2014). Technologies for the Fast Set-Up of Automated Assembly Processes. Kuenstliche Intelligenz, 28(4), 305-313.

Landgrebe, J. & Heinemann, T. (2014). Mapping the epistemic landscape in innovation workshops. Pragmatics and Society, 5(2), 191-220.

Larsen, T. (2014). That’s the only way you’ll learn!: Social and interactional aspects of instruction and learning in patient education programmes for self-management of chronic disease. Syddansk Universitet. Det Humanistiske Fakultet.

Li, P., Eskildsen, S. W. & Cadierno, T. (2014). Tracing an L2 Learner’s Motion Constructions over Time: A Usage-based Classroom Investigation. Modern Language Journal, 98(2), 612-628.

Mondémé, Chloé (2014).« Artworks as touchable objects: guiding perception in a museum tour for blind people » (avec Y. Kreplak), in Neville M., Haddington P., Heinemann T., Rauniomaa M. (Eds.), Interacting with objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. New York: John Benjamins, pp. 295-317.

Mondeme, Chloé (2014). « ‘Y’a un obstacle’ : Partage perceptif et construction des savoirs pratiques », in Mondada L. (Ed.). Corps en Interaction : Participation, Spatialité, Mobilité. Lyon : Ens Editions, pp. 191-225.

Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (2014). Moving into interaction – Social practices for initiating encounters at a help desk. Journal of Pragmatics, 62, 46-67.

Nevile, M. R. (ed.), Haddington, P. (ed.), Heinemann, T. (ed.) & Rauniomaa, M. (ed.) (2014). Interacting with objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. John Benjamins Publishing Company. 393 p.

Nevile, M. R., Haddington, P., Heinemann, T. & Rauniomaa, M.(2014). On the interactional ecology of objects. Nevile, M., Haddington, P., Heinemann, T. & Rauniomaa, M. (eds.). Interacting with objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 3-26.

Pilesjö, M. S. (2014). Creating meaning through the coordination of gaze direction and arm/hand movement. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders, 5(1), 63-96.

Pilesjö, M. S. & Rasmussen, G. (2014). Det är inte bara ord som gäller – tre resurser som deltagare i AKK-samtal kan använda för att uppnå ömsesidig förståelse. Logopednytt (Swedish Logopedic Professional Journal) (2).

Pilesjö, M. S. & Rasmussen, G. (2014). Det är inte bara språk som gäller – tre resurser som deltagare i AKK-samtal kan använda för att uppnå ömsesidig förståelse. Logopednytt, 2014, 2, 18-23.

Rasmussen, G. (2014). Inclined to better understanding: The coordination of talk and ‘learning forward’ in doing repair. Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 30-45.

Rasmussen, G. (ed.), Mortensen, K. (ed.) & Hazel, S. (ed.) (2014). Special issue: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct. Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 1-156.

2013

Brouwer, C. E. & ten Bhömer, M. (2013). “Imagining the prototype”. Proceedings of the Participatory Innovation Conference: PIN-C 2013. Melkas, H. & Buur, J. (red.). Lappeenranta University of Technology, s. 43-51 (LUT Scientific and Expertise Publications. Tutkimusraportit – Research Reports, Vol. 6).

Day, D. & Kjærbeck, S. (2013). ‘Positioning’ in the conversation analytic approach. Narrative Inquiry, 23(1), 16-39.

Egbert, M. (2013). Technology and social interaction in the multimodal, multispace setting of audiometric testing. Okumura, M., Bekki, D. & Satoh, K. (eds.).New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. Springer, 240-252.

Eskildsen, S. W. & Wagner, J. (2013). Recurring and shared gestures in the L2 classroom: Resources for teaching and learning. European Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1(1), 139–161.

Fischer, K. (2013). Discourse Markers. Chapelle, C. (ed.). The encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell, 1743-1748.

Fischer, K. & Alm, M. (2013). A radical construction grammar perspective on the modal particle-discourse particle distinction. Degand, L., Cornillie, B. & Pietrandrea, P. (eds.). Discourse Markers and Modal Particles: Categorization and description.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 47-88.

Hansen, D. & Rasmussen, G. (2013). Vi skal ha’ splittet ham op!. Specialpaedagogik, 33(5), 62-73.

Hougaard, A. & Rasmussen, G. (2013). Fused bodies: on the interrelatedness of cognition and interaction. Cienki, A., Fricke, E., McNeill, D. & Müller, C. (eds.). Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science: Body – Language – Communication. Mouton de Gruyter, Ch. IV,  564-576.

Larsen, T. (2013). Dispatching emergency assistance: Callers’ claims of entitlement and call-takers’ decisions. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 46(3), 205-230.

Pilesjö, M. S. (2013). On the use of bodily action and vocalizations as resources and methods when claiming and completing turns in aided interaction. Niklas Norén, Christina Samuelsson and Charlotta Pleijert (Eds.). Aided Communication in Everyday Interaction. Surrey, UK: J&R Press Ltd.

Rasmussen, G. (2013). That’s My Story!: Resisting disabling processes in a therapeutic activity. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders, 4(2), 273-298.

Ten Bhömer, M., Brouwer, C. E., Tomico, O. & Wensveen, S. (2013). Interactive prototypes in the participatory development of product-service systems. Proceedings of the Participatory Innovation Conference: PINC 2013. Melkas , H. & Buur, J. (red.). Lappeenranta University of Technology, s. 36-42 (LUT Scientific and Expertise Publications. Tutkimusraportit – Research Reports, Vol. 6).

2012

Brouwer, C. E. (2012). Conversation Analytic Methodology in Second Language Studies. Chapelle, C. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Brouwer, C. E. (2012). Notes on talking cognition in the audiology clinic. Rasmussen, G., Brouwer, C. E. & Day, D. (eds.). Evaluating cognition. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Brouwer, C. E. & Day, D. (2012). WHO/ICF guidelines and compliance in a hearing aid consultation. Egbert, M. & Deppermann, A. (eds.). Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, Ch. 13, 125-137.

Day, D. (2012). Hearing poorly with skill. Gunn, W. & Donavan, J. (eds.). Design Anthropology: Building Relations Between Designing and Using. Ashgate.

Day, D. & Kjærbeck, S. (2012). Treating student contributions as displays of understanding in group supervision. Rasmussen, G., Brouwer, C. E. & Day, D. (eds.). Evaluating Cognitive Competences in Interaction. John Benjamins Publishing Company, 67-88.

Deppermann, A. & Egbert, M. (2012). Conclusions and future perspectives for application and innovation. Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, Ch. 16, 159-163.

Egbert, M. (2012). Interaktion in der Audiometrie: Zur Paradoxie der Relevanzmarkierung von Störungen. Ayaß, R. & Meyer, C. (eds.). Sozialität in Slow Motion: Theoretische und empirische Perspektiven.  Wiesbaden: Springer, 463-479.

Egbert, M. (2012). Technology and Social Interaction in the Multimodal, Multispace Setting of Audiometric Testing. Okumura, M., Bekki, D. & Satoh, K. (eds.). New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: JSAI-isAI 2011 Workshop, LENLS, JURISIN, ALSIP, MiMI. Takamatsu, Japan. Berlin: Springer, 240-252.

Egbert, M. (ed.) & Deppermann, A. (ed.) (2012). Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung. 208 p.

Egbert, M. & Deppermann, A. (2012). Introduction. Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, Ch. 1, 1-8.

Egbert, M. & Deppermann, A. (2012). Introduction to Conversation Analysis with examples from audiology.Egbert, M. & Deppermann, A. (eds.). Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, Ch. 5, 40-47.

Egbert, M., Groeber, S., Damsø Johansen, J., Lonka, E., Meis, M., Pajo, K., Ruusuvuori , J. & Skelt, L. (2012). Hearing health care provision in the national systems of Australia, Denmark, Finland, Germany and Switzerland: Similarities and differences. Egbert, M. & Deppermann, A. (eds.). Hearing health care provision in the national systems of Australia, Denmark, Finland, Germany and Switzerland: Similarities and differences. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, Ch. 3, 22-34.

Egbert, M. & Matthews, B. (2012). User Centered Design: From understanding hearing loss and hearing technologies towards understanding interaction. Egbert, M. & Deppermann, A. (eds.). Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, Ch. 6, 48-55.

Eskildsen, S. W. (2012). Negation constructions at work. Language Learning, 62(2), 335-372.

Fischer, K. & Alm, M. H. (2012). Rezension von: Auer, P. and Pfänder, S. (eds. 2011): Constructions: Emerging and emergent. Gespraechsforschung, 13, 219-226. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Heinemann, T., Landgrebe, J. & Matthews, B. (2012). Collaborating to restrict: A Conversation Analytic perspective on collaboration in design. CoDesign, 8(4), 200-214.

Landgrebe, J. (2012). Epistemic and Material Resources for Sense- and Decision-Making in Collaborative Processes of Innovation and Design. Syddansk Universitet. Det Humanistiske Fakultet.

Landgrebe, J. (2012). ‘I think – you know’: Two Epistemic Stance Markers and Their Significance in an Innovation Process.  Nordica Helsingiensia, 30, 107-131.

Lohan, K., Rohfing, K., Pitsch, K., Saunders, J., Lehmann, H., Nehaniv, C., Fischer, K. & Wrede, B. (2012). Tutor Spotter: Proposing a Feature Set and Evaluating It in a Robotic System. International Journal of Social Robotics, 4(2), 131-146.

Mortensen, K. & Wagner, J. (2012). Conversation Analysis: Overview. Wagner, J., Mortensen, K. & Chapelle, C. A. (eds.). Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 1075-1082.

Mortensen, K. (2012). Conversation Analysis and Multimodality. Wagner, J., Mortensen, K. & Chapelle, C. A. (eds.). Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics: The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford, 1061-1068.

Mortensen, K. & Wagner, J. (2012). Conversation Analysis: Overview.Wagner, J., Mortensen, K. & Chapelle, C. A. (eds.). Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 1075-1082.

Pilesjö, M. S. (2012). Organizational patterns of interaction between children with severe speech and physical impairment and their everyday communication partners. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern Denmark, Odense.

Rasmussen, G. (2012). An Introduction. Rasmussen, G., Brouwer, C. E. & Day, D. (eds.). Evaluating cognitive competences in interaction. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Pragmatics and Beyond New Series.

Rasmussen, G., Brouwer, C. E. & Day, D. (2012). Evaluating cognitive competences in interaction. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Pragmatics and Beyond New Series.

Rasmussen, G. (2012). Triumphing: When mental state evaluations become insults. Rasmussen, G., Brouwer, C. E. & Day, D. (eds.). Evaluating cognitive competences in interaction. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Pragmatics and Beyond New Series.

Wagner, J. & Mortensen, K. (2012). Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics: The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (general editor C.A. Chapelle). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

2011

Day, D. (2011). Membership Categorization Analysis. Chapelle, C. (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

Day, D. & Kjærbeck, S. (2011). Educational practices in the international university: Language as a resource for intercultural distinction in a project group meeting. Preisler, B., Klitgård, I. & Fabricius, A. (eds.). Language and Learning in the International University: From English Uniformity to Diversity and Hybridity. Multilingual Matters.

Egbert, M. (2011). Conversation analysis applied to User Centered Design: a study of who ‘the user’ is. Antaki, C. (ed.). Applied Conversation Analysis. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 207-221.

Egbert, M. (2011). Numbers in (inter)action: How the number of participants matters for the organization of talk-in-interaction. International Pragmatics Association – Abstracts. p. 131 1 p.

Egbert, M. & Keating, E. (2011). Conversation as a Cultural Activity. Duranti, A. (ed.). Companion to Linguistic Anthropology. Malden, Mass: Wiley-Blackwell, Ch. 8, 169-196.

Egbert, M. & Keating, E. (2011). Coordinating joint action in a technological environment: noticing and recruiting attention. International Pragmatics Association – Abstracts. p. 203

Egbert, M. & Matthews, B. (2011). User Centered Design as a Framework for Applying Conversation Analysis in Hearing Aid Consultations. American Association of Applied Linguistics – Conference abstracts. 1 p.

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