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Susan Fiksdal
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The Right Time and Pace: A Microanalysis of Cross-Cultural Gatekeeping Interviews. This paper discusses banal interculturalism as produced in an interview situation with migrants of Latin American background in London. Ablex, Norwood, NJ. McKay, Sandra . Hornberger, Nancy . 1996. Banal interculturalism emerges within discursive semiotic processes that allow the participants to display their (cultural) knowledge about co-ethnics and their practices, to position themselves in opposition to the ‘others’ within diaspora, and to justify their,. typically negative, views towards other migrants.

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a microanalysis of cross-cultural gatekeeping interviews. Published 1990 by Ablex in Norwood, . Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-159).

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Right Time and Pace : A Microanalysis of Cross-Cultural Gatekeeping Interviews. This text presents a new model of conversation based on time, in this case referring both to the rhythmic organization of conversation, the tempo, and to the right time or timing. These two notions of time correspond to two major systems governing conversation: the turn taking system and the rapport system.

The right time and pace: A microanalysis of al gatekeeping interviews. Norwood, NewJersey: Ablex. Grant, . & Hennings, D. (1971). The teacher moves: An anaylsis of nonverbalactivity. New York: Teachers College Press. Applied organizational communication: Principles and pragmatics for future practice.

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This text presents a new model of conversation based on time, in this case referring both to the rhythmic organization of conversation, the tempo, and to the right time or timing. These two notions of time correspond to two major systems governing conversation: the turn taking system and the rapport system. This model interweaves linguists' work on spoken discourse, sociologists' work on conversation analysis, and psychologists' work on non-verbal communication. This volume also explores the evolution of the interview as a genre which creates a particular context for conversation. Gatekeeping interviews in particular are explored because of their dual nature-to guide and monitor individuals in an institution or business. They are routine, but essential factors in determining the future of individuals within these organizations. Finally, the volume shows the importance of the listener in conversation. No previous theory of discourse or conversation incorporates the notion of rapport, yet speakers clearly depend on listeners' response as cues for shaping their utterances.