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Sequence

Sequence

A sequence is a unit of conversation that consists of two or more adjacent and functionally related turns .

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Source: McLaughlin 1984

McLaughlin, Margaret L. 1984.Conversation: How talk is organized. Sage Series in Interpersonal Communication 3. Beverly Hills: Sage. 9683101704.

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Source: Hopper, Koch, and Mandelbaum 1986

Hopper, Robert, Susan Koch, and Jennifer Mandelbaum. 1986. "Conversation analysis methods." In Ellis and Donohue 1986

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