Volume I contains the lectures of Fall 1964 through Fall 1967, in which Sacks explores a great variety of topics.
Volume I contains the lectures of Fall 1964 through Fall 1967, in which Sacks explores a great variety of topics. Emanuel A. Schegloff is Professor of Sociology at UCLA.
VOLUMES I & II. Harvey Sacks. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1-55786-705-4 (pb). With an Introduction by. Schegloff. ISBN: 978-1-557-86705-6. 2. Oral communication. 30. ' 46- dc20 91-45536.
Emanuel Schegloff, one of Sacks's close collaborators, colleagues and .
Schegloff, Blackwell, Oxford.
Sacks, H. Lectures 1964-1965, in Gail Jefferson (e. (1989) with an Introduction/Memoir by . Schegloff, Human Studies, 12: 211-393. Schegloff, Blackwell, Oxford. ISBN 1557867054 da:Harvey Sacks.
Harvey Sacks Lectures 1964-1965 Paperback – 26 April 2013. This volume contains the first year of Harvey Sacks' lectures on conversation and related topics. His insights about the subtle particulars of human interaction address topics of interest to linguists, anthropologists, sociologists, and philosophers, among others. These lectures are a brilliant argument for (and demonstration of) a natural observational science of human sociality. 4 people found this helpful.
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Volume II contains the lectures of Spring 1968 through Spring 1972 1. Lectures on Conversation. Sacks, Harvey; Jefferson, Gail and Schegloff, Emanuel A. ISBN 10: 1557867054 ISBN 13: 9781557867056.
Volume II contains the lectures of Spring 1968 through Spring 1972. Again he touches on a wide range of subjects, such as the poetics of ordinary talk, the integrative function of public tragedy, and pauses in spelling out a word. He develops a major new theme: storytelling in converstion, with an attendant focus on topic. His investigation of conversational sequencing continues, and this volume culminates in the elegant dissertation on adjacency pairs which Sacks delivered in Spring, 1972. 1.
Nevertheless, I can recognize that this is a valuable reference book. I would not be surprised if Sacks' reputation continues grow as more academics quote from his studies.
This is a dauntingly massive collection of lectures which were never intended for publication, at least not in this form. Had not Harvey Sacks been killed in a car crash, I'm sure he could have worked many of his ideas into a groundbreaking work. As it is, we are left to reflect on what might have been. Nevertheless, I can recognize that this is a valuable reference book.
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