With this work we intend to contribute to a better understanding of the mechanisms that rule conversation. These mechanisms have generally proved not to be either simple or even easy to approach. The presence of conversation in our daily life makes it a basic way of communication, despite its intricate structure, often conditioned by the close social interaction among the participants. The understanding of such a structure requires the study of the patterns that the speaker is able to produce and the listener to understand. This study proposes a sociolinguistic revision as far as oral speech is concerned by means of the study of a specific type of oral interaction: telephone conversations.
Análisis de la conversación; Conversación telefónica; Estructura; Turnos de habla; Análisis del discurso; Lengua española
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