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By Elliott H. Lieb, Michael Loss

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To point out the controversial nature of politeness, Watts et al. (2005 [1992] ) also used the term ‘politic behaviour’, which was described as follows: Politic behaviour is that behaviour, linguistic and non-linguistic, which the participants construct as being appropriate to the ongoing social interaction. The construction may have been made prior to entering the interaction, but it is always negotiable during the interaction, despite the expectations that participants might bring to it.  (Watts 2003: 20) Based on his analysis on politic behaviours across cultures, Watts et al.

3 Language and context In discourse analysis, especially in systemic functional linguistics (SFL), context is conceptualised as a pre-established ‘bucket’, which configurates participants’ actions. On the other hand, CA treats context as ‘both the project and product of the participants’ own actions and therefore as inherently locally produced and transformable at any moment’ (Drew and Heritage 1992: 19). I position myself somewhere in between these two strands. Context is viewed as a social and cultural container which affects interlocutors’ behaviours in conversation, and also as a renewable entity through interactions.

2007) divide verbal response tokens into three forms; minimal response tokens, such as yeah and mm, non-minimal response tokens including good and really, and clusters of combinations of these response tokens, for instance yeah mm and right fine (ibid: 143–144). Participants’ use of response tokens are analysed in this project based on these three forms of response tokens. This analysis was achieved by counting numbers of these three forms of response tokens in participants’ utterances in the quantitative pattern analysis (see Chapter 6).

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