2007 Top Four Panel

  • Emma Beitz for her paper entitled “Syntactic Resources for Managing Speakership and Recipiency in Everyday Interaction: Pivots in German Conversation”.
  • Curtis LeBaron, Phillip J. Glenn, and Thompson Michael for their paper entitled, “Micro-Practices of Knowing During Employment Interviews: Situated Interplay Between the File-Self and the Embodied-Self”
  • Jack Sidnell for his paper entitled, “The design and positioning of questions in inquiry testimony”
  • Ruey-Jiuan Regina Wu for his paper entitled, “Responses to compliments and to compliment responses: The interaction of self-denigration and self-enhancement in Mandarin compliment sequences”