By Anssi Peräkylä
Conversations among AIDS counselors and their consumers deliver gentle and possibly threatening matters into play. during this research Anssi Per?kyl? applies the rules of dialog research to his exploration of AIDS counseling, utilizing facts from video-recorded counseling classes in a London educating medical institution, and analyzes the layout and site of questions in those events. His conclusions supply a well timed and illuminating perception into the administration of a delicate subject via a number of innovations of indirectness.
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Additional resources for AIDS Counselling: Institutional Interaction and Clinical Practice (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics)
Performing these kinds of tasks is made possible by the counsellors asking questions and proffering statements, over and over again. Moreover, the activities taking place in AIDS counselling - exploration of relations, beliefs and perceptions, and information and advice - are such that they predominantly presuppose that the clients adopt both a passive and a responsive footing. So the clients end up answering questions and listening to the counsellors' statements. The empirical analysis that will shortly be presented seeks to demonstrate the character of AIDS counselling as an informal institutional setting.
The participants' understanding about each other's activities is displayed in their own activities. According to Sacks, Schegloff and Jefferson, this 'affords both a resource for the analysis of prior turns and a proof procedure for professional analyses of prior turns - resources intrinsic to the data themselves' (1974: 729). The availability of this resource Introduction 29 makes it possible for the CA researcher to remain 'agnostic' (Heritage and Atkinson 1984) concerning the 'inner' motivations and experience of the participants.
Phenomena which in the beginning may appear as indications of the workings of a 'context', may in a more thorough examination turn out to be primarily connected to the organization and dynamics of talk which can be even better understood without reference to the 'context'. Another key issue addressed by Schegloff (1991 and 1992b) involves what he calls procedural consequentiality of context. He argues that it is not sufficient to say that a particular context is oriented to 'in general' by the participants in interaction, but instead it has to be shown how specifiable aspects of the context are consequential for specifiable aspects of the interaction.
AIDS Counselling: Institutional Interaction and Clinical Practice (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics) by Anssi Peräkylä