Last published (October 2021)

Asta Cekaite / Tiina Keisanen / Mirka Rauniomaa / Pauliina Siitonen (eds.)
Human-assisted mobility in social interaction


Peter Auer / Elisabeth Zima
On word searches, gaze, and co-participation


Maxi Kupetz
Multimodalität und Adressatenorientierung in Instruktionen
im DaZ- und fachintegrierten Unterricht


Martin Luginbühl / Vera Mundwiler / Judith Kreuz
Daniel Müller-Feldmeth / Stefan Hauser

Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches in Conversation Analysis:
Methodological Reflections on a Study of Argumentative Group Discussions


Discourse and Conversation Analysis is an interdisciplinary journal which publishes research on social interaction in everyday life, institutions and the media.

Discourse and Conversation Analysis welcomes data-driven research originating in linguistics, sociology, pedagogics, psychology, anthropology and related sciences.

Discourse and Conversation Analysis publishes analyses from conversation analysis, interactional linguistics, multimodal video-analysis, ethnography, research on spoken language, functional pragmatics, hermeneutic sociology of knowledge and other approaches to the analysis of interactional discourse.

Papers may apply to one of five categories:

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