Publications

Publications

Published journal articles or book chapters

Råman, J. & Haddington, P. (in press, 2018) Demonstrations in sports training: Parsing a technique and the return-practice in the budo class. Multimodal communication.

Haddington, P. (in press, 2018) Leave-taking as multiactivity: Coordinating conversational closings with driving in cars. Language and Communication (Special Issue on Talk and drive: Communication in mobile settings of interaction; Arnulf Deppermann/Elwys De Stefani/Mathias Broth, eds.)

Deppermann, A., Laurier, E. Mondada, L. Broth, M., Cromdal, J. De Stefani, E., Haddington, P., Levin L., Nevile, M. & Rauniomaa, M. (2018) Overtaking as an interactional achievement: Video analyses of participants’ practices in traffic. Gesprächsforschung. 19: 1-131 (www.gespraechsforschung-online.de/fileadmin/dateien/heft2018/ga-deppermann.pdf).

Rauniomaa, M., Haddington, P., Melander, H. Gazin, A-D., Broth, M., Cromdal, J., Levin, L. & McIlvenny, P. (2018) Parsing tasks for the mobile novice in real time: Orientation to the learner's actions and to spatial and temporal constraints in instructing-on-the-move. Journal of Pragmatics. 128: 30-52.

Tuncer, S. (2018). Non-participants joining in an interaction in shared work spaces: Multimodal practices to enter the floor and account for it. Journal of Pragmatics. 132, 76-90.

Licoppe, Christian, Paul K. Luff, Christian Heath, Hideaki Kuzuoka, Naomi Yamashita and Sylvaine Tuncer (2017). Showing objects: Holding and manipulating artefacts in video-mediated collaborative settings. CHI 2017, May 06 - 11, 2017, Denver, CO, USA.

Levin, L., Cromdal, J., Broth, M., Gazin, A., Haddington, P., McIlvenny, P., Melander, H. & Rauniomaa, M. (2017). Unpacking corrections in mobile instruction. Linguistics and Education, 38 (pp. 11-23).

Haddington, P., Keisanen, T. and Rauniomaa, M. (2016). Tila ja liike. In Stevanovic, M. and Lindholm, C. (eds.), Keskustelunanalyysi: Kuinka tutkia sosiaalista toimintaa ja vuorovaikutusta,  (pp. 162-177). Tallinna: Vastapaino.

Tuncer, Sylvaine (2016). The effects of video recording on office workers’ conduct, and the validity of video data for the study of naturally-occurring interactions. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(3), Art. 7, http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs160373

Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. and Nevile, M. (2014). Towards multiactivity as a social and interactional phenomenon. In Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. and Nevile, M. (Eds.), Multiactivity in social interaction: Beyond multitasking,  (pp. 3–32). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.

Licoppe, C. and Tuncer, S. (2014). Attending to a summons and putting other activities ‘on hold’: Multiactivity as a recognisable interactional accomplishment. In Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. and Nevile, M. (Eds.), Multiactivity in social interaction: Beyond multitasking,  (pp. 167-190). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.

Haddington, P. and Rauniomaa, M. (2011). Technologies, multitasking and driving: Attending to and preparing for a mobile phone conversation in the car. Human Communication Research 37: 223-254.

Edited books

Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. and Nevile, M. (Eds.) (2014). Multiactivity in social interaction: Beyond multitasking. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.

Theses

Eilittä, T. (2018) Responses to attention-drawing devices in multiactivity situations. Unpublished pro gradu thesis. Faculty of Humanities, English philology: University of Oulu

In press

Kamunen, A. (in press) Open Hand Prone as a resource in multimodal claims to interruption: Stopping a co-participant’s turn-at-talk. Gesture.

Licoppe, Christian and Tuncer, Sylvaine (in press). Suspendre une activité, prendre un appel. La multiactivité comme accomplissement dans l’interaction. In Bidet, A. ; Datchary, C. and Gaglio, G. (Eds), Quand travailler, c’est s’organiser. La multiactivité à l’ère numérique, Presses des Mines, Paris.

Tuncer, Sylvaine and Licoppe, Christian (in press). Initiating encounters in office organizations: Open door ecologies as a set of interactional resources to progress the organization. Organization and Culture, Special issue: Mediated Business: Living the Organisational Surroundings.

Last updated: 4.10.2018