Conversation and Cognition


Conversation and Cognition

Written by some of the leading figures in the fields of conversation analysis, discursive psychology and ethnomethodology, this book looks at the challenging implications of new discourse approaches to the topic of cognition. It provides a survey of cutting-edge debates about discourse and cognition as well as a range of illustrative analyses which show how the notion of cognition can be reworked. This comprehensive and accessible book will make an important contribution to the development of a more integrated approach to language and cognition.


 Reviews:

"This book has the potential to do in psychology what the classic edited works in CA (e.g. Atkinson and Heritage, 1984; Drew and Heritage 1992) have done in sociology. However, it has also initiated a serious cross-fertilization of ideas between interaction researchers in the disciplines of (primarily) sociology and psychology, and will bring concerns and ideas developed in DP to new audiences."
Discourse Studies

'Conversation and Cognition is a remarkable volume … The burgeoning field of discursive psychology may still have one or two philosophical kinks to iron out of its program, though it largely deserves the credit for bringing these issues into sharp relief. In my opinion on this particular showing, ethnomethology stands apart in its clarity on the relations between cognition and conversation.' Human Studies


 Prizes:

Distinguished Book Award from the Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Section of the American Sociological Association 2007 - Winner
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