By Satinder P. Gill
This ebook examines the theoretical and methodological examine matters that underlie the layout and use of interactive expertise. The research directs recognition to 3 human capacities: cognition, verbal exchange and interplay. The exam of those capacities is embedded in figuring out ideas of conversation and interplay and their software; conceptions of information and cognition; and the function of aesthetics and ethics in layout.
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The analysis of the body in communication drew upon the Wittgensteinian discussion on action-reaction (Philosophical Investigations 1953) as underlying language games. It also drew upon the ATR research on feedback in communication, research in gesture and cognition (Kita 1993), conversation moves (Carletta, Isard, Doherty-Sneddon, and Anderson 1997). The concept 'move' in conversation analysis denote something that moves the information and conversation forwards. This gave rise to the expression 'Body Moves'.
And we come back to this when reflecting on the speaker-response model. 19 The building of the categories of Body Moves (BM) draws upon dialogue acts and features of dialogue acts, which bear parallel to the phenomena observed. Some features of dialogue acts are specific to speech and are not embodied in Body Moves, such as intonation, and asking questions or making commands. Some Body Moves have required the development of new terms in order to either demarkate between the bodily actions and their Communication Act (CA) counterpart, such as 'check', which as a body move becomes b-check, or because there appears no clear counterpart in Communication Act theory, for instance dem-ref, attempt-contact and focus.
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