A Preference Hierarchy Model of Same-Turn Repair Operations in Talk-in-Interaction - Zsuzsanna Németh

A Preference Hierarchy Model of Same-Turn Repair Operations in Talk-in-Interaction - Zsuzsanna Németh

The Metatheoretical Background of the Research: Kertész and Rákosi’s (2012, 2014) p-model of Plausible Argumentation

A Preference Hierarchy Model of Same-Turn Repair Operations in Talk-in-Interaction - Zsuzsanna Németh

Zsuzsanna Németh [+-]
MTA-DE-SZTE Research Group for Theoretical Linguistics, University of Szeged, Hungary
Zsuzsanna Németh received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in theoretical linguistics at the University of Szeged in 2016. She currently works in the Research Group for Theoretical Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Her research focuses on same-turn self-repair strategies. She aims to explore the interactional functions and other characteristics of repair operations, their appearance in Hungarian, as well as the relationship between them. Her peer-reviewed papers have appeared in several journals and collections of papers, among others, in Journal of Pragmatics and Mouton Series in Pragmatics. She has been teaching various courses in conversation analysis, pragmatics, statistics, and language description at the University of Szeged. She is a member of the Hungarian Research Centre for Pragmatics, established in 2012.

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The p-model as a metatheoretical model of linguistic argumentation and data handling elaborated by Kertész and Rákosi helps me to reflect consciously and metatheoretically on various subphases of my research. Illuminating these metatheoretical issues during my object theoretical discussion, I aim to make my object theoretical results more reliable.

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Németh, Zsuzsanna. The Metatheoretical Background of the Research: Kertész and Rákosi’s (2012, 2014) p-model of Plausible Argumentation. A Preference Hierarchy Model of Same-Turn Repair Operations in Talk-in-Interaction. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 10-14 Jun 2021. ISBN 9781781798454. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=37211. Date accessed: 27 Nov 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.37211. Jun 2021

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