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Laughter in interaction

by Phillip J. Glenn

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conversation analysis.,
  • Laughter.,
  • Social interaction.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [177]-187) and index.

    Statementby Phillip Glenn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP95.45 .G57 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 190 p. :
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3566185M
    ISBN 100521772060
    LC Control Number2002041682

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      Laughter in Interaction Laughter in Interaction Herron, James Harvard University We know, of course, that laughter is a complex affair, capable of marking a wide range of (generally emotive and conative) linguistic functions. A momentâ s intuitive reflection reveals that laughter may as easily index hostility or disgust as solidarity, Author: Herron, James. A Study of Laughter and Dissociation: Distinct Correlates of Laughter and Smiling During Bereavement The Book of Laughter and Forgetting Why do people laugh during bereavement? Studies of the role of laughter in social interaction and individual functioning demonstrate its prosocial benefits. For example, laughter increases the cohesive File Size: 1MB.

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Laughter in Interaction is an illuminating and lively account of how and why people laugh during conversation. Bringing together twenty-five years of research on the sequential organisation of laughter in everyday talk, Glenn analyses recordings and transcripts to show the finely detailed co-ordination of human laughter.

He demonstrates that its production and. Laughter is pervasive in interaction yet often overlooked in the Laughter in interaction book. This volume presents a collection of original studies revealing the highly-ordered, complex, and important phenomenon of laughter in everyday : Hardcover.

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Even though the book is short, it contains much information. Author: Phillip Glenn. Laughter in Interaction is an illuminating and lively account of how and why people laugh during conversation. Bringing together 25 years of reseach on the sequential organization of laughter in everyday talk, Glenn analyzes recordings and transcripts to show the finely-detailed coordination of human : Hardcover.

"Laughter in Interaction is an account of how and why people laugh during conversation. Bringing together 25 years of research on the sequential organization of laughter in everyday talk, Glenn analyzes recordings and transcripts to show the finely detailed coordination of human laughter.

Laughter is pervasive in interaction yet often overlooked in the research. This volume presents a collection of original studies revealing the highly-ordered, complex, and important phenomenon of laughter in everyday interactions.

Building on 40 years of conversation analytic research, the authors show how the design and placement of laughs contribute to unfolding sequences. This book is about laughter as a part of everyday human communication.

The central focus of subsequent chapters concerns sequential organization of laughter in interaction, what people do with and through laughter, and the ways laughter plays a part in. Laughter is pervasive in interaction yet often overlooked in the research.

This volume presents a collection of original studies revealing the highly-ordered, complex, and important phenomenon of laughter in everyday interactions.

Building on 40 years of conversation analytic research, the Author: Phillip Glenn. Laughter in Interaction by Phillip Glenn in FB3, RTF, TXT download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%().

Laughter is a part of human behavior regulated by the brain, helping humans clarify their intentions in social interaction and providing an emotional context to conversations. Laughter is used as a signal for being part of a group—it signals. Laughter in social interaction (between adults), its functions and organization, have been investigated in a substantial number of studies within the interaction analytic approach (Jefferson, Author: Phillip Glenn.

Laughter in Interaction by Phillip Glenn is a good textbook for those interested in laughter in social settings as a research study. Glenn has been researching laughter for over 25 years; his doctoral dissertation is included in parts of this book, which comes with a tremendous amount of knowledge placed in a small book of a little over pages.

Laughter in Interaction. Edited by Johannes Wagner, Monika Vöge. Vol Issue 6, select article Laughter in professional meetings: The organization of an emergent ethnic joke.

Book Review. select article Humourous Garden-paths: A Pragmatic-cognitive Study: Marta Dynel, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne,  Humor and Laughter presents wide-ranging theoretical, methodological, and empirical perspectives on an important area of human behavior and social interaction.

This book should interest many behavioral scientists and practitioners, particularly those in social and clinical psychology, psychiatry, child psychology and education, sociology, and Cited by: Elizabeth Scott, MS, is a wellness coach specializing in stress management and quality of life, and the author of "8 Keys to Stress Management." Steven Gans, MD is board-certified in psychiatry and is an active supervisor, teacher, and mentor at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Research has shown that the health benefits of laughter are far-ranging. Glenn’s book, by contrast, relies on an interactional, conversation-analytic point of view to explain the role of laughter in dialogues between people, and explicitly rejects cognition-based explanations, since he aims at ‘understanding laughter as communication by regarding what it is doing socially rather than how it may be linked to some.

Laughter is pervasive in interaction yet often overlooked in the research. This volume presents a collection of original studies revealing the highly-ordered and complex range of ways tha laughs appear in and contribute to social interactions. Book review: Phillip Glenn and Elizabeth Holt (eds), Studies of Laughter in Interaction Article (PDF Available) in Discourse Studies 16(6) Author: Juhi Kim.

Humor and Laughter presents wide-ranging theoretical, methodological, and empirical perspectives on an important area of human behavior and social interaction. This book should interest many behavioral scientists and practitioners, particularly those in social and clinical psychology, psychiatry, child psychology and education, sociology, and /5(5).

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Norman Cousins can be considered to be the father of todayâs positive laughing trend, at least in some parts of society, and today's worldwide laughing clubs. Madan Kataria of India was motivated by the success Cousins had with laughter before organizing in the first laughter club leading the rest of us to appreciate the tremendous.Glenn is a book on laughter in interaction, looking at laughter from a conversation analysis perspective.

Furthermore, some review articles have summarized pertinent issues within the research on laughter: regarding the morphology, Ruch and Ekman (cited under Morphology of Laughter) describes the morphological features of laughter in.In modern analyses of humor and laughter, social scientists have begun to recognize the potential importance of social variables.

But this recognition is by no means universal. For example, Berlyne () alleged that because laughter can be generated in a solitary individual, “it seems doubtful that its prime significance is a social one Cited by: