Face-to-face communication including different modalities

Jens Allwood, Gothenburg, Sweden
 

Preliminary outline

1. Overview - face to face communication, structure and functions (1)
 

2. Focussing on the role of gestures and proxemity (2)
 

3. Interactive communication management and own communication management (3)
 

4. Language and consciousness and intermodal translation (4)
 

5. Emotional relations and more on intercultural variation
 

Literature:
 

1. Allwood, J. 1999. The Structure of Dialog. Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, 82.
 

2. Allwood, J, 1999. Cooperation and Flexibility in Multimodal Communication. Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, 83.
 

3. Allwood, J., Nivre, J. and Ahlsén, E. 1992 "On the Semantics and Pragmatics of Linguistic Feedback" in Journal of Semantics, 1992, also in Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, 64, University of Göteborg, Department of Linguistics.
 

4. Allwood, J,. Nivre, J. and Ahlsén, E. 1990. "Speech Management: On the Non-Written Life of Speech". Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, 58. University of Göteborg, Department of Linguistics. Also in Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 13.