A satellite view of spatial points in conversation / Supplementary video files
The four video clips in this dataset supplement chapter 9 of the book Ethnomethodological Conversation Analysis in motion: Emerging methods and new technologies. The chapter illustrates how Global Positioning System (GPS) information can be integrated into multimodal studies of interaction to capture and analyse the directionality of locational pointing gestures.
The subtitled video clips have been downsized and converted to MP4 format. The larger corpora for the Aboriginal Australian languages will be archived at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS). The repository for the corpus of conversation in English spoken in remote and rural Australia is yet to be determined.
The chapter can be cited as follows:
Blythe, J., Possemato, F., Dahmen, J., de Dear, C., Gardner, R., & Stirling, L. (2024). A satellite view of spatial points in conversation. In P. Haddington, T. Eilittä, A. Kamunen, L. Kohonen-Aho, T. Oittinen, I. Rautiainen, & A. Vatanen (Eds.), Ethnomethodological Conversation Analysis in motion: Emerging methods and new technologies (pp. 171–198). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003424888-12
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