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Newsmark

Newsmark

A newsmark is a move that treats a previous utterance as news and encourages further talk about it.

(English)

The following ritual expressions of disbelief are newsmarks:

  • You don’t say
  • You’re kidding
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Source: Greatbatch 1988

Greatbatch, David. 1988. "A turn-taking system for British news interviews." LIS.

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