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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYB32H3
Professor
Mark Schmuckler
Semester
Fall

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LINC28 – Lecture 2 • Continuation from last week’s slides • Interruption: Eakins and Eakins  o Looking at older people o Men again interrupted women more o * Complicates the gender b/c it wasn’t male vs female it was more so that the  power played a role o Male or female speakers interrupted more if they were tenured  o Power is extremely important!  • Topic control – Fishman o Women asked more questions; perhaps for reassurance or to keep the conversation  going o Conversation analysts show how socialization takes place, how we socialize  children to become a certain way  o Statements like “know what?” make the other person feel obligated to answer the  questioner • Notion of ‘interaction as work?” o Emotional labour – it can be! You invest something into a conversation and expect  something in return o Depending on the situation or person  • Pamela Fishman o We don’t just talk for nothing – we do it to maintain and challenging the  hierarchies  • Talking time o Indexicality – this relationship we see that link language use with the sex of the  speaker is a little simplistic because that relationship is not always direct  o The more direct link is with status – people with more status interrupt more  regardless of their gender  • Use of silence o People of lower cast are expected to speak more instead of the higher cast o People who do most of the
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