By Anssi Peräkylä
Conversations among AIDS counselors and their consumers convey gentle and very likely threatening concerns into play. during this research Anssi Per?kyl? applies the foundations of dialog research to his exploration of AIDS counseling, utilizing info from video-recorded counseling periods in a London instructing health center, and analyzes the layout and location of questions in those events. His conclusions supply a well timed and illuminating perception into the administration of a delicate subject via numerous innovations of indirectness.
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Understanding is displayed publicly for co-interactants, and professional analysts can confine themselves to examining these. Gaze and talk In studying social interaction, 'it is necessary to have available as much information as possible about what people actually do when they communicate' (Erickson and Shultz 1982: 49). A large part of Conversation Analytical research has used tape-recorded telephone conversations as data. In examining telephone conversations, the analyst obviously cannot pay attention to gaze and body posture as these are not publicly available to the participants.
G. the different conceptions that the patients and doctors have about disease may affect the way they talk about it, and (mis)understand each other's words. As an antecedent of later CA studies, Silverman's early paper 'Interview talk' already spelled out this kind of understanding of 'context' more than twenty years ago: '[T]he resources for the contexting of talk which the sociologist shares with the lay members themselves constitute a central research topic' He recommended, thus, that rather than trading off their members' knowledge about contexts of talk, sociologists should try the explicate the 'managed accomplishment of a "knowable" context' (1973: 46).
As the quotation above indicates, a central feature of this method of AIDS counselling is its extensive reliance on questions and answers. Counsellors help clients to deal with the social and psychological strains caused by the illness, and prepare them mentally for possible worsening of their condition at some future time. This is done in the first place by asking the clients questions. The counsellors at the Royal Free Hospital also believe that AIDSrelated problems are embedded in a complex system of relations and perceptions; and that making the clients aware of these can be helpful for them.
AIDS Counselling: Institutional Interaction and Clinical Practice (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics) by Anssi Peräkylä