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...
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2008 Top Four Panel

Danielle Pillet-Shore for her paper entitled "Making way and making sense for arrivers: Pre-present parties' previous activity formulations". Heidi Kevoe-Feldman for her paper entitled, "What is the Status of 'Status'?: Understanding the Action of Soliciting an Update On Equipment being Repaired" Mardi Kidwell for her paper entitled,"What Happened?: An Epistemics of Before and After in Police Questioning" David Boromisza-Habashi for his paper entitled, "Norm Violation as Ana...
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2009 Top Four Panel

Laura O'Hara (Ball State University), Carolyn Shue (Ball State University), James McKenzie (Ball State University), David Marini (Ball State University),Jennifer Flanagan (Ball Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Clinic), Linda Daniel (BMH Family Medicine Residency Program), "A simple demographic question: A discursive negotiation of face when asking the 'race question’” H. Stephanie Kim (University of California, Los Angeles) for the paper entitled, "Resuming a telling: well-prefaced tur...
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2010 Top Four Panel

Seung-Hee Lee, Yonsei University, “Responding at a Higher Level” Jessica Robles (Top Student Paper), University of Colorado, Boulder, “The accomplishment of intersubjectivity: symbolic resources for other-oriented interaction” François Cooren and Frederik Matte, University of Montreal, “For a constitutive pragmatics: Obama, Medecins sans frontiers and the measuring stick” David Boromisza-Habashi, University of Colorado, Boulder, “Norms, conflicts, discursive force”
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