Sessions

Wednesday, October 11th

16.45 - 18.45 - Parallel Sessions I

  

Room ZAM 1: DISABILITY IN TALK/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Alena Vasilyeva - U of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)

IADA102
How mutual knowledge can emerge from partial information: the monitoring of mutual understanding in dialogues between caregivers and severely disabled adolescents
ERIC GRILLO, U Paris 3 (FR); MICHEL MUSIOL, U de Lorraine (FR)                 

 IADA042
Co-constructing movement in space with people with visual impairments: the case of paraclimbing training
RENATA GALATOLO, U of Bologna (IT); MONICA SIMONE, U of Bologna (IT)                 

 IADA138
Clients’ requests for medication changes in psychiatry
GALINA BOLDEN, Rutgers U (USA); BETH ANGELL, Rutgers U (USA); ALEXA HEPBURN Rutgers U (USA)              

IADA104
Speaking about their autistic child in the third person in presence of the child
CAMELIA MIHAELA DASCALU, UMR 7309 Parole et Langage (FR)                    

          

 

Room ZAM 2: HETEROGENEOUS ENTITIES IN DIALOGUE/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: François Cooren - U of Montréal (CA)

 IADA077
Exploring interaction in a mediation role-play through the metaphor of ventriloquism
LISE HIGHAM, U of Montréal (CA)                    

 IADA010
Agents of Awakening:  Ventriloquism, Nature, and Communication Ethics
OZUM UCOK-SAYRAK, Duquesne U  (USA)                    

 IADA049
Co-constructing sense in bioart exhibitions through the use of anthropomorfhic metaphors
RENATA AZEVEDO MOREIRA, U of Montréal (CA)                    

 IADA118
A silent dialogue: how things make us do things without words
MARIA EROFEEVA, RANEPA MSSES Moscow (RU)                          

     

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE IN INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Luisa Granato - U Nacional de La Plata (AR)

IADA086
Politics as dialogue. Creating supra-national, national and minority identities
RĂZVAN SĂFTOIU, Transilvania U of Braşov (RO)                    

 IADA125
Discourse and politics. Constructing otherness within the European context of the Migration Crisis
ADRIAN TOADER, Transilvania U of Braşov (RO)                    

 IADA062
Aspects of relevance in the romanian political discourse
ANA ENE, Transilvania U of Brașov (RO)                    

 IADA127
Humorous and ironic comments in Romanian parliamentary debates
STANCA MADA, Transilvania U of Braşov (RO)                    

                

 

Room ZAM 4: DIALOGUE IN MEDIA - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Anita Fetzer - Augsburg U (DE)

IADA043
The representation of polemical dialogue in French and Romanian media discourse
DACIANA VLAD, U of Oradea, (RO)                    

 IADA071
Between diegetic and extradiegetic: the ‘polilogical’ use of the direct address in the tv series house of cards
CARLO GALIMBERTI, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan (IT); ANTONIO BOVA, U of Svizzera Italiana Lugano (CH); CARMEN SPANO', U of Aucklan (NZ); DANIELA TACCHI, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan (IT); ILARIA VERGINE, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan (IT)        

 IADA076
Voice matters: ethnic radio in Taiwan
YA-CHI CHEN, Chinese Culture U (TW)

IADA014
“Does America have a responsibility to promote democracy abroad?”: Moral discourse and argumentation in the public sphere
CHAIM NOY, Ashkelon Academic College (IL)                                         

 

 

Room ZAM 5: WORKPLACE DIALOGUES/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Rosa Pugliese - U of Bologna (IT)

IADA021
Plurilingual repertoires, superdiversity and Italian as a lingua franca at the workplace: building new identities
GIULIA GROSSO, U per Stranieri of Siena (IT)                    

 IADA114
Constructing the case: How residential care professionals construct their everyday definitions and practices with unaccompanied minors
MARZIA SAGLIETTI, U of Bologna (IT)                    

 IADA040
Negotiating Power Dynamics in Workplace Dispute Mediation: A Dialogical Perspective
EMMA VAN BIJNEN, U of Svizzera Italiana (CH)                    

              

 

Thursday, October 12th

10.45 - 12.45 - Parallel Sessions II

 

 Room ZAM 1: DIALOGUE AND ETHICS/1 - High density 5 papers session

CHAIR: Alain Létourneau - U of Sherbrooke (CA)

 IADA012
On Particular Soil: Dialogic Coordinates of Common Sense
RONALD C. ARNETT, Duquesne U (USA)                    

 IADA129
The power of dialogue in the ethical case of double bind
MAURIZIO FABBRI, U of Bologna (IT)                    

 IADA035
Expanding Moral Horizons Through Dialogue
SHARON BAILIN, Simon Fraser U (CA); MARK BATTERSBY, Critical Inquiry Group - Capilano U (CA)                 

 IADA018
The Social Virtues in Taking Care of Others’ Image
CATAÑO RAFAEL JIMÉNEZ, U of the Santa Croce (IT)         

IADA130
A dialectical model of dialogue with double bipolar tension
KATAMBWE JO M., U du Québec à Trois-Rivières (CA)        

 

 

Room ZAM 2: DIALOGUE IN ORDINARY INTERACTION/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Renata Galatolo - U of Bologna (IT)

 IADA009
Dialogic Syntax and Heightened Discourse
MARY JILL BRODY, Louisiana State U (USA)                    

 IADA032
Subversive completions in interaction
ALEXA HEPBURN, Rutgers U (USA); GALINA BOLDEN, Rutgers U (USA); JONATHAN POTTER, Rutgers U (USA)     

 IADA111
Strategies of repetition in dialogic negotiation
FEDERICA COMINETTI, U of Florence (IT)                    

 IADA031
“I know. Me too, me too.”: Displaying Understanding in Troubles Talk
KAITLIN CANNAVA, Xavier U (USA)                    

               

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE AND TEXT - High density 5 papers session

CHAIR: Răzvan Săftoiu Transilvania - U of Braşov (RO)

 IADA028
Talk of Terrorism: Critical Pedagogy in Dialogue of Terrorist Recruitment
ZOE FINE, U of South Florida (USA)                    

 IADA073
Social interaction on Twitter by mentioning people: analysing the uses of @
BIGEY MAGALI, U de Franche-Comté (FR); SIMON JUSTINE, U de Lorraine (FR)                 

 IADA084
Textual representations of dialogue
LIANA POP, Babeş-Bolyai U Cluj (RO)                    

 IADA026
The Military and the Social Media: AWOL and in Denial? A Reverse Engineering Approach to NATO’s Strategic Communication
MICHELANGELO CONOSCENTI, U of Turin (IT)           

IADA030
Online Advertisements of Personal Brain Wearables in the Everyday: Click Here, Learn More!
ANDREA C. VALENTE, York U (CA)             

 

 

Room ZAM 4: DIALOGUE AS THERAPY/DIALOGUE IN THERAPY/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Theresa Castor - U of Wisconsin-Parkside (USA)

IADA038
Talking of emotions in psychotherapy : When dialogues echoes dialogues
ANNE SALAZAR ORVIG, U Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 (FR); MICHÈLE GROSSEN, U de Lausanne (CH); CLAUDIA MEYSTRE, U de Lausanne (CH)              

 IADA126
Analyzing the dialogical structure of medical consultations
SARAH BIGI, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore  of Milan (IT); FABRIZIO MACAGNO, U Nova de Lisboa, (PT); MARIA GRAZIA ROSSI, U Nova de Lisboa (PT)              

 IADA025
Patient-Physician Communication: Dialogical Analysis of Tensions between the Patient-Centred Model and the Biotechnological Context
CATHERINE JENKINS, Ryerson U (CA)             

IADA060
Properties of caregiver’s repetitions and reformulations in interaction with Alzheimer patients to question their ability to "read in the thoughts of others" (ToM)
ISABEL CÓLON DE CARVAJAL, ICAR laboratory (FR); SANDRA TESTON-BONNARD, ICAR laboratory (FR)                 

 

 

Room ZAM 5: DIALOGUE AND TEXTUAL GENRES - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Chaim Noy - Ashkelon Academic College (IL)

IADA045
Reported exchanges in pairs of written and oral World War II-testimonies
KIM SCHOOFS, U of Leuven (BE); DORIEN VAN DE MIEROOP, U of Leuven (BE)                 

IADA036
Code-fusion as  a dialogue of cultural identities  in Junot Diaz’s work
DOMNITA DUMITRESCU, California State U Los Angeles (USA)                    

IADA070
Self-representation and public representation of self through everyday dialogue in Aldous Huxley’s Point Counter Point
LILIANA HOINARESCU, Institute of Linguistics of the Romanian Academy (RO)                    

 IADA044
Diaries as a research method: The molecular life of narrations
DAVID PRIMO, U of Padova (IT)           

 

 

Thursday, October 12th

14.30 – 16.00 - Parallel Sessions III

 

Room ZAM 1: DIALOGUE AS THERAPY/DIALOGUE IN THERAPY/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Alena Vasilyeva - U of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)

 IADA064
From despair to hope: reframing client’s complaint narratives in couples therapy
PETER MUNTIGL, Ghent U (BE); ADAM HORVATH, Simon Fraser U (CA)                 

 IADA007
The exercise of force in an institutional setting: The Hebrew verb lircot [to want] in Speech Language Therapy sessions
BRACHA NIR, U of Haifa (IL); GONEN DORI-HACOHEN, U of Massachusetts, Amherst (USA); IRIT ABRAMOVITCH-MAYOST, U of Haifa (IL)              

 IADA091
Why did it happen to me? Negotiating lay and expert theories about cancer in post-surgical oncological visits
MARILENA FATIGANTE, U La Sapienza, Roma (IT); CRISTINA ZUCCHERMAGLIO, U La Sapienza, Roma (IT); FRANCESCA ALBY, U La Sapienza, Roma (IT)          

 

 

Room ZAM 2: HETEROGENEOUS ENTITIES IN DIALOGUE/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Nicolas Bencherki - U at Albany, SUNY (USA)

 IADA033
Following the dialogical becoming of an idea: A ventriloquial perspective
FRANÇOIS COOREN, U of Montréal (CA)                    

 IADA113
Entitlement for participation in the public sphere: Affordances across media
CHAIM NOY, Ashkelon Academic College (IL)                    

 IADA134
Candidate answers and rejections: managing referents as discourse objects in garden visits
BIAGIO URSI, ICAR Lab – ENS de Lyon (FR)         

               

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE IN PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Laura Gavioli - U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)

 IADA095
How parents and teachers in school conferences narratively portray their efforts concerning the students
HELGA KOTTHOFF, U of Freiburg (DE)                    

 IADA053
Assessment practices in parent-teacher conferences
VERA MUNDWILER, U of Basel (CH)                    

 IADA119
Talking about a gifted child:  Territories of knowledge and (no) problem assessment in parent-teacher conference
LETIZIA CARONIA, U of Bologna (IT); PATRIZIA SANDRI, U of Bologna (IT); CHIARA DALLEDONNE VANDINI, U of Bologna (IT); MARTINA BRAZZOLOTTO, U of Bologna (IT)    

                     

 

Room ZAM 4: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Anita Fetzer - Augsburg U (DE)

 IADA002
The Minimal Action Game in language learning and teaching
MARION GREIN, Johannes Gutenberg U Mainz (DE)                    

 IADA107
Constructing Instruction and Learning in Language Classroom
SHENGQIN JIN, Albany State U (USA)                    

 IADA088
Comparing free and task-based conversational exchanges in teletandem activities
DIEGO CORTÉS VELÁSQUEZ, U of Roma 3 (IT); ELENA NUZZO, U of Roma 3 (IT)                 

            

  

Room ZAM 5: EMBODIED DIALOGUES - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Renata Galatolo - U of Bologna (IT)

IADA059
The body as a controller to move its videogame avatar: players practice between knowledge, learning and resistance to the human-machine interaction device
ISABEL CÓLON DE CARVAJAL, ICAR laboratory (FR)

IADA099
Dialogic Interaction  in Educational and Health Movement Proposal for Personal Growth. The case of Feldenkrais
MARIA RAFFAELLA DALLA VALLE, Centro Feldenkrais Ricerca MenteCorpo (IT)                    

 IADA024
Touch in the teacher student interaction when teaching the use of the voice
ANNE ALANNE, U of Jyväskylä (FI)              

 

 

Friday, October 13th

10.45 – 12.45 - Parallel Sessions IV

  

Room ZAM 1: CONFRONTATIONAL DIALOGUE/1 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Zohar Livnat and Elda Weizman - Bar Ilan U (IL)

 IADA092
“The hon. Gentleman says this is rubbish; it is absolutely true“: The strategic use of references to truth in Prime Minister’s Questions
ANITA FETZER, Augsburg U (DE)                    

 IADA096
Staged conflicts in Austrian parliamentary debates
HELMUT GRUBER, Vienna U (AT)                    

 IADA078
Ironic ad-hominem comments on op-eds – a confrontational dialogue
HILA ATKIN, Bar-Ilan U (IL); ELDA WEIZMAN, Bar-Ilan U (IL)                 

 IADA105
Identity and genre in confrontational political interaction: television debates and interviews before a presidential election
LUISA GRANATO, Universidad Nacional de La Plata (AR)                     

 

 

Room ZAM 2: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/1 – Standard paper session

CHAIR: Laura Gavioli - U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)

 IADA008
Facilitating dialogue about narratives of memories in classroom interactions
CLAUDIO BARALDI, U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)                    

 IADA066
Narration and photography: identity at stake
CHIARA BALLESTRI, U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)                                

 IADA098
“Why aren’t herbivores called vegans?” Lexical development and classroom interaction in primary school
DANIELA VERONESI, Free U of Bozen-Bolzano (IT)                    

 IADA136
Fostering interaction and dialogue through shared education in Northern Ireland and FYR Macedonia
REBECCA LOADER, Queen’s U Belfast (UK); JOANNE HUGHES , Queen’s U Belfast (UK); RUTH LEITCH, Queen’s U Belfast (UK)        

 

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE AND ETHICS/2 - High density 5 papers session

CHAIR: François Cooren - U of Montréal (CA)

 IADA041
Dialogue considered as a social ensemble of voices: a case in adaptation to climate change
ALAIN LÉTOURNEAU, U of Sherbrooke (CA)                    

 IADA085
Propriety and the proper: The interactional negotiation of the possession of action
NICOLAS BENCHERKI, U at Albany, SUNY (USA)                    

 IADA124
Urban dialogues and solid waste management
JOÃO BATISTA ALVES, U Federal de Campina Grande (BR); MIGUEL LUIZ CONTANI, U Estadual de Londrina (BR);                 

 IADA081
Dialogue Over Time and Space: Communicatively Constituting a (Water)Place
THERESA CASTOR, U of Wisconsin-Parkside (USA)    

IADA132
All People Matter
INDIRA JUNGHARE, U of Minnesota (USA)                  

 

 

Room ZAM 4: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Maurizio Fabbri - U of Bologna (IT)

 IADA123
Observing language in use at the infant-toddler center. Examples of everyday dialogue and conversation with young children
CHIARA BOVE, U of Milan Bicocca (IT); PIERA BRAGA, U of Milan Bicocca (IT); SUSANNA MANTOVANI, U of Milan Bicocca (IT)              

 IADA074
Dialogic facilitation and gender construction in adult-children interaction at school
ELISA ROSSI, U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)                    

 IADA097
“All of us are able if we are together!”  Small group as a context where pre-school children can co-construct shared knowledge
CAMILLA MONACO, Provincial Federation of Preschools of Trento (IT)                    

 IADA133
Narrative profiles of inclusion at the nursery
ROBERTA CALDIN, U of Bologna (IT); ANNA PILERI, IUSVE Venezia Mestre (IT); ALESSIA CINOTTI U of Bologna (IT)                

 

 

Room ZAM 5: DIALOGUE IN ORDINARY INTERACTION/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Marilena Fatigante - U La Sapienza, Roma (IT)

 IADA029
Argumentation as a dialogic interaction in everyday talk: adults and children “playing by the rules” in board game play
SARA GRECO, U of Svizzera Italiana (CH); REBECCA SCHÄR, U of Svizzera Italiana (CH); ANNE-NELLY PERRET-CLERMONT, U Neuchatel (CH); ANTONIO IANNACCONE, U Neuchatel (CH)           

 IADA027
Multi-Person Discussions in a Semi-Informal Educational Context
ALENA VASILYEVA, U of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)                    

 IADA023
Looking at Speaker’s Gesture as a Substitute for Mutual Eye Gaze in Talk-in-Interaction
PHALANGCHOK WANPHET, British U in Dubai (AE)                    

       

                                    

Friday, October 13th

14.30 – 16.00 Parallel Sessions V

  

Room ZAM 1: CONFRONTATIONAL DIALOGUE/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Zohar Livnat and Elda Weizman - Bar Ilan U (IL)

 IADA082
Confrontational Dialogue on Politicians' Facebook
PNINA SHUKRUN-NAGAR, Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, Beer-Sheva (IL)                    

 IADA080
Face-work, Power Relations and Irony in Conversation Confrontational Positioning in Bridget Jones's Diary
CEDAR TALLI, Bar Ilan U (IL)                    

 IADA079
Morality, Loyalty, and eloquence: Conversational challenges in a televised confrontational dialogue
ZOHAR LIVNAT, Bar Ilan U (IL); AYELET KOHN, David Yelin College (IL)                

  

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE IN INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Cristina Zucchermaglio, U La Sapienza, Rome (IT)

 IADA048
The Discusive Portrait of Justice: Consequential Differences in Small Claims Trial Decision Announcements
KAREN TRACY, U of Colorado Boulder (USA); ROBERT CRAIG, U of Colorado (USA)                 

 IADA034
The becoming of a Small Claims Court judgement: A ventriloquial perspective
VINCENT DENAULT, U of Montréal (CA); FRANÇOIS COOREN, U of Montréal (CA)                  

 IADA117
Pragmatic  competence,  ethics  and the  interpreter-mediated  police  investigative  interview
FABRIZIO GALLAI, U of Bologna (IT)                   

      

 

 Room ZAM 5: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/3 - High density 4 papers session

CHAIR: Chiara Bove - U of Milan Bicocca (IT)

 IADA135
The polyphonic  classroom. Dialogic teaching  and the empowerment of children as coordinators of educational interactions
FEDERICO FARINI, U of Northampton (UK); ANGELA SCOLLAN, U of Suffolk (UK); MIA SHAMEA, U of Suffolk (UK)              

 IADA137
Shared education in Northern Ireland: A school-based initiative for the promotion of intergroup dialogue
DANIELLE BLAYLOCK, Queen’s U Belfast (UK); STEPHANIE BURNS, Queen’s U Belfast (UK); CAITLIN DONNELLY, Queen’s U Belfast (UK); JOANNE HUGHES, Queen’s U Belfast (UK)           

 IADA100
An experience of collective videotour construction: how an ethnographical  tool can support negotiation and arguing processes
ILARIA MANCINI, Provincial Federation of Pre-Schools Trento (IT)       

IADA047
The influence of cartoon and animation for the elaboration of visual art in the Electronic Dance Music Genre
CITLALY AGUILAR CAMPOS, National Autonomous U of Mexico (MX)                           

                

 

Friday, October 13th

16.45 – 18.45 - Parallel Sessions VI

  

Room ZAM 1: DOCTOR-PATIENT INTERACTION AS MULTIMODAL INTERACTION - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Marilena Fatigante, U La Sapienza, Rome (IT)

 IADA037
Addressing psychosocial distress? a multi-perspective analysis of the effects of the lastmeter on doctor-patient interaction during follow-up oncology consultations
MANON VAN DER LAAKEN, U of Amsterdam (NL)                    

 IADA109
The discourse of palliative care as social dialogue
URSZULA OKULSKA, U of Warsaw (PL)                    

IADA015
Slow literacy practices for managing temporality in oncology visits
CRISTINA ZUCCHERMAGLIO, U La Sapienza, Roma (IT); LAURA STERPONI, U of California Berkeley (USA); FRANCESCA ALBY, U La Sapienza, Roma (IT); MARILENA FATIGANTE, U La Sapienza, Roma (IT)  

IADA016
On migrant patients’ compliance in medical interaction: some notes on the management of unpredictability in interpreter-mediated and in non-mediated talk sequences
LAURA GAVIOLI, U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT); CLAUDIO BARALDI, U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)      

  

 

Room ZAM 2: HUMOUR AND DIALOGUE - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Răzvan Săftoiu Transilvania - U of Braşov (RO)

IADA011
The Unbelievable Truth: on the difference between irony and humor in an experimental dialogue
GALIA HIRSCH, Bar Ilan U (IL)                    

 IADA020
Humorous responses to offensive humor: The case of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons concerning the 2016 earthquake in central Italy and their humorous replies
CARLA CANESTRARI, U of Macerata (IT); AMADEU VIANA SAN ANDRÉS, U of Lleida (ES)                  

 IADA083
An Analysis of Romanian Regional Jokes
IOANA CIUREZU, Transilvania U of Brașov (RO)                    

 IADA128
TRANSCENDING SOCIAL BARRIERS – the albur as catharsis
YOSI ANAYA, U Veracruzana (MX); XAVIER COZAR, U Veracruzana (MX)              

  

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/4 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Anna Pileri - IUSVE Venezia Mestre (IT)

 IADA075
The direct speech genesis in school manuscripts: a comparative study of two recently alphabetized students’ dyads
KALL ANNE AMORIM, Federal U of alagoas (BR); EDUARDO CALIL, Federal U of alagoas (BR)                 

 IADA006
School culture and spontaneous speech in writing processes by two students: Comparative study on punctuation marks made by Brazilian and French students and their comments
EDUARDO CALIL, Federal U of alagoas (BR)                    

 IADA090
The dialogue between foreign language manuals and students: comparing manuals of Portuguese and French foreign language
ISABELLE SIMÕES MARQUES, CLUNL Alberta (PT); ISABEL SEBASTIÃO, FCT-CLUP-CLUNL (PT)                 

 IADA108
Memoirs of teachers’ apprenticeship as a way of constructing the dialogical narrative of becoming
WILLIAM SOARES DOS SANTOS, Federal U of Rio de Janeiro (BR); CLÁUDIA MARIA BOKEL REIS, U Pompeu Fabra (ES)                  

         

 

Room ZAM 4: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/5 - High density 5 papers session

CHAIR: Marzia Saglietti - U of Bologna (IT)

 IADA087
Promoting language education in multilingual classrooms: developing pragmatic competence and interactional awareness in primary school
STEFANIA FERRARI, Researcher free lance (IT); GRETA ZANONI, U of Bologna (IT)                 

 IADA103
Constructing bravura and scolarizzazione in three types of Italian secondary schools
ANDREA RENÉE LEONE-PIZZIGHELLA, U of Pennsylvania (USA)                     

IADA093
The evaluation of oral discourse competence in adult plurilingual learners: an analysis of interpersonal devices and strategies of politeness
CARMEN LÓPEZ FERRERO, U Pompeu Fabra (ES); MARIA DOLORS CAÑADA, U Pompeu Fabra (ES)                 

IADA094
Detecting learners’ discourse needs in everyday life written texts: the evaluation of discourse competence
CARME BACH, U Pompeu Fabra (ES); CARMEN LÓPEZ FERRERO, U Pompeu Fabra (ES)         

IADA046
The system of symbolic relations established in the ritual of electronic music festivals
CITLALY AGUILAR CAMPOS, National Autonomous U of Mexico (MX)                                    

      

 

 

Saturday, October 14th

9.00 – 10.30 - Parallel Sessions VII

 

 

Room ZAM 1: INTERPRETER-MEDIATED DOCTOR-PATIENT INTERACTION - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Marilena Fatigante - U La Sapienza, Roma (IT)

IADA122
A Pragmalinguistic Analysis of Missed Opportunities for Building Rapport in Interpreted Medical Interviews with Spanish-Speaking Patients
ABIGAIL ALLISON, Baylor U Waco Texas (USA); KAROL HARDIN, Baylor U Waco Texas (USA)                 

 IADA058
Migrants’ participation in pregnancy pathways: an analysis of patients’ initiatives in talk before and after childbirth
NATACHA NIEMANTS, U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)                    

 IADA112
Participation, silence, and activity in mental health consultations with an interpreter
ANNA CLAUDIA TICCA, ENS Lyon (FR); VÉRONIQUE TRAVERSO, CNRS (FR); GERRY NICCOLAI, ENS Lyon (FR)

 

 

 

Room ZAM 2: WORKPLACE DIALOGUES/2 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: François Cooren - U of Montréal (CA)

 IADA013
To the role of cross-cultural mediation in the efficient dialogue in international business
SERGEI KLADKO, Indipendent Consultant (RU)

 IADA101
Laughing at English: ‘the’ lingua franca at the interface between local-interactional ‘resistance’ and cultural-societal  pressure
VANESSA PICCOLI, U of Bologna (IT); ROSA PUGLIESE, U of Bologna (IT)                 

 IADA067
The voice of those who have less voice:  the agency-gradient of the practices of informing in nurse-physician interaction
LETIZIA CARONIA, U of Bologna (IT); MARZIA SAGLIETTI, U of Bologna (IT)          

  

 

Room ZAM 3: DIALOGUE IN INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE/3 - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Karen Tracy - U of Colorado Boulder (USA)

IADA106
The Utterance Position(s) of Mediating: the materiality and performativity of fact-check in 2016 U.S. Presidential Debate
HUEY-RONG CHEN, Chinese Culture U (TW)                    

 IADA131
The discursive constitution of political action and the semantic structure of public space
FELIPE LOPEZ VENERONI, National Autonomous U of Mexico (MX)                    

 IADA121
Gender ‘Gravity’ and Female leadership in Cypriot Political Debates
FABIENNE BAIDER, U of Cyprus (CY)                    

             

  

Room ZAM 4: DIALOGUE IN SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM EVERYDAY LIFE/6 - High density 4 papers session

CHAIR: Claudio Baraldi - U of Modena e Reggio Emilia (IT)

IADA061
Participation in a multi-party dialogue – Interaction in class councils
STEFAN HAUSER, U of Teacher Education Zug (CH); NINA HALDIMANN, U of Teacher Education Zug (CH)                 

 IADA056
Communicative challenges in argumentative peer discussions among primary school children
VERA MUNDWILER, U of Basel (CH); JUDITH KREUZ, U of Basel (CH)                 

 IADA052
Argumentation in Primary School – Co-Constructing in Argumentative Peer-Group Discussions
JUDITH KREUZ, U of Basel (CH)                    

 IADA072
Good arguments for wrong answers: a different point of view on 2nd order false belief task children’s justification
ELISABETTA LOMBARDI, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore  of Milan (IT); SARA GRECO, U of Lugano (CH); REBECCA SCHAER, U of Svizzera Italiana (CH); FEDERICO MANZI, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan (IT); ANTONIO IANNACCONE, U Neuchatel (CH); ANNE-NELLY PERRET-CLERMONT, U Neuchatel (CH); DAVIDE MASSARO, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan (IT); ANTONELLA MARCHETTI, U Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan (IT)               

 

 

Room ZAM 5: DIALOGUE IN ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION - Standard paper session

CHAIR: Theresa Castor - U of Wisconsin-Parkside (USA)          

 IADA120
Do you see the difference? Changing points of view in university classroom talk
AISLING O'BOYLE, Queen’s U Belfast (UK)                    

 IADA054
Forms and Functions of Vague Language in Academic Journal Article Abstracts
GABRIELA CUSEN, Transilvania U of Brașov (RO)                    

 IADA019

Student-teacher e-mail interaction as asynchronous dialogue in an academic setting

SABRINA FUSARI, U of Bologna (IT)