CA tutorial: Transcription transcripts

What is CA?

This tutorial

Audio & video files

Why record?

What to transcribe?

    transcript 1

    transcript 2

    transcript 3

    pros & cons

    transcript 4


What is analysis?

    analysis 1

    analysis 2



Anonymising data

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Sources referred to on this website...

Atkinson, M and Heritage, J (1984), The Structure of Social Action Cambridge: CUP
Drew, P (1987) Po-faced receipts of teases. Linguistics, 25, 219-253
ten Have, P (1999) Doing Conversation Analysis. London: Sage Publications
Hutchby, I and Wooffitt, R (1998) Conversation Analysis. Cambridge: Polity Press
Pomerantz, A (1980) Telling my side: 'limited access' as a 'fishing device'. 
          Sociological Inquiry, 50, 186-198
Sacks, H (1992) Lectures on Conversation. Oxford: Basil Blackwell
Schegloff, E A (1988) Goffman and the analysis of conversation. In P. Drew and 
          A Wootton  (eds) Erving Goffman: Exploring the Interaction Order
          Cambridge Polity Press.

.. and these are two articles which carry on looking at the Zoe and Lyn interaction...

Antaki, C. (1998) Identity ascriptions in their time and place: 'Fagin' and 'The terminally dim'. In
          C. Antaki and S. Widdicombe (eds) Identities in Talk. London: Sage
Antaki, C. and Horowitz, A. (2000) Using identity ascription to disqualify a rival version
          of events as 'interested' Research on Language and Social Interaction, 33, 155-177

...and here is a set of further links to other CA sources.