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Repeating a question near-identically may cast the answerer as intellectually impaired

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posted on 20.06.2014, 11:39 by Charles Antaki
In this article I have my sights on near-identical repeat questions, as used by members of care-staff when they judge a person with an intellectual disability not to have answered a question satisfactorily. In fact, my interest is in a specific and, to my mind, particularly telling variant of such questions —their use when there is no (obvious) reason to suppose that the question has not been registered, or indeed answered, by the recipient...

History

School

  • Social Sciences

Department

  • Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies

Published in

Identites en Interaction / Isdentities in Interaction

Pages

183 - 193

Citation

ANTAKI, C., 2014. Repeating a question near-identically may cast the answerer as intellectually impaired. IN: Greco, L., Mondada, L. and Renauld, P. (eds). Identites en Interaction. Limoges: Lambert-Lucas , pp. 183 - 193

Publisher

Lambert-Lucas

Version

VoR (Version of Record)

Publication date

2014

Notes

This book chapter is closed access.

ISBN

9782359351163

Language

en

Editor(s)

Greco, L.;Mondada, L.;Renaud, P.