Foreword: Emanuel A Schegloff Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Getting Started with Transcription Chapter 3: Timing and Sequencing in Transcription Chapter 4: Transcribing Speech Delivery Chapter 5: Transcribing Aspiration and Laughter Chapter 6: Transcribing Crying, Expressions of Pain and Other Non-Speech Sounds Chapter 7: Transcribing Visible Conduct Chapter 8: Transcribing for Languages Other than English Chapter 9: Technological Resources for Transcription Chapter 10: Comparisons, Concerns and Conclusions
Alexa Hepburn is Research Professor of Communication at Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.
An excellent, clear and comprehensive guide to the transcription of talk-in-interaction from the perspective of conversation analysis, demonstrating the continuing 50 year influence, relevance and productivity of Gail Jefferson's ground-breaking initiatives. -- Charles Goodwin The authors' calm and well-organised coverage pays tribute to a generous variety of transcription styles in the Conversation Analysis tradition. The book is an invaluable source of techniques for capturing the words, whoops, gulps, sighs, eyebrow-flashes and head-nods of language in all the complexity of its performance. -- Charles Antaki