Conversation analysis and conversation design: Where the moonshots are

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1. Designing for recipients

2. Designing compound conversations

3. Designing the routine to achieve the extraordinary

Transcript of a call to the police
Transcript of a call to the police
You can listen to this call on YouTube, as used in an anti-domestic violence campaign.

Shooting at the moon

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Professor of Social Interaction at Loughborough University, specializes in conversation analysis, communication training, & science communication.

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Elizabeth Stokoe

Elizabeth Stokoe

Professor of Social Interaction at Loughborough University, specializes in conversation analysis, communication training, & science communication.

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