懸念を表明する:多職種ミーティングにおける野生の協同問題解決のための相互行為手続 [in Japanese] Expressing Concerns::Expressing Concerns: An Interactional Procedure for Wild Collaborative Problem Solving in Multiprofessional Meetings [in Japanese]
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This article reports field research on project meetings for developing an exhibition<br> at a science museum. These meetings were held in consecutive weeks over half a year. The<br> project team, consisting of members with diverse professions, collaborated on construct-<br> ing a novel exhibition. In the process of construction, problems discovered by a team<br> member often could not be solved individually. Therefore, members had to launch<br> collaborative problem-solving by relying upon interactional procedures, wherein one<br> member described a problem to the others. One of the procedures, which this article<br> examines, involves the usage of concern-introducing expressions, "kini-naru/suru-no-<br> wa/ga"(what the topic of concern is), appearing in approximately 30 meetings. These<br> expressions are examined in terms of their linguistic features. An analysis of sequential<br> relation of an utterance including this expression to the following utterances illustrates<br> that these expressions play a role for requesting other members to cope with solving the<br> problems presented. Finally, factors behind the use of concern-introducing expressions<br> are discussed in the light of members'professions and function of emotion.
- Cognitive Studies
Cognitive Studies 22(1), 84-96, 2015
Japanese Cognitive Science Society