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Other-Initiated Repair

Other-Initiated Repair

An other-initiated repair is a repair that results from a process that was begun by the addressee of the repaired utterance .

The last turn is an example of an other-initiated self-repair:

  • A: I need a new bolt for my oil filter.
  • B: A BOLT?
  • A: I mean for my oil PAN.
  • The last turn is an example of an other-initiated other-repair:

  • A: I need a new bolt for my oil filter.
  • B: You mean the PAN.
  • A: Yeah...
  • Page/s: 211–212
    Source: McLaughlin 1984

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

    Page/s: 340–341
    Source: Levinson 1983

    Levinson, Stephen C. 1983.Pragmatics. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University.

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