La dernière séance du séminaire 2018-2019 de l’axe InSitu aura pour invitée Anja Stukenbrock (professeure, Université de Lausanne, Suisse).
Intitulé de l’intervention (en anglais) : Deixis, meta-perceptive practices and the reflexive constitution of joint attention
Résumé : in face-to-face interaction, the interpersonal coordination of verbal and embodied resources is largely based on the mutuality of perception (Goodwin 1980, 1981; Stukenbrock 2015, 2018a, b). Although it is a sine qua non-feature of focused interaction (Goffman 1963, 1964) and more or less taken for granted, mutuality of perception is, moreover, also an interactional achievement: It is locally accomplished by practices of mutual monitoring that become socially visible and scientifically analyzable at the moment of execution.
Situated within the framework of multimodal conversation analysis, my paper investigates specific gaze practices deployed by participants concurrently with speech (deixis) and gesture (pointing) when they establish reference and jointly attend to a phenomenon in their surroundings, coordinate their minds and bodies, and display understanding to each other. It focuses on how the micro-temporal coordination of the participants’ gaze in the ongoing interaction serves to interactionally project, anticipate, and create perceptually grounded moments of heightened intersubjectivity. The analyses are based on video data and mobile eye tracking recordings of naturally occurring social interaction in a range of different settings.
La séance se déroulera jeudi 16 mai 2019, de 16h à 17h, en salle D4.179 de l’ENSL.
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