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Emotion in Multilingual Interaction

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1. Transcription conventions: Based on Jefferson (2004); 2. Introduction: Contextualizing emotion in multilingual interaction: Theoretical and methodological perspectives (by Prior, Matthew T.); 3. Smiling together, laughing together: Multimodal resources projecting affect in L1/L2 conversational storytelling (by Lamb, Gavin); 4. Like Godzilla: Enactments and formulations in telling a disaster story in Japanese (by Burch, Alfred Rue); 5. Orienting to a co-participant's emotion in French L2: A resource to participate in and sustain a conversation (by Berger, Evelyne); 6. On doing Japanese awe in English talk (by Greer, Tim); 7. Emotional stances and interactional competence: Learning to calibrate disagreements, objections, and refusals (by Cekaite, Asta); 8. Negative self-categorization, stance, affect, and affiliation in autobiographical storytelling (by Sandhu, Priti); 9. Affective formulations in multilingual healthcare settings (by Farini, Federico); 10. Formulating and scaling emotionality in L2 qualitative research interviews (by Prior, Matthew T.); 11. 'It hurts to hear that': Representing the feelings of foreigners on Japanese television (by Furukawa, Gavin Ken); 12. Humor, laughter, and affect in multilingual comedy performances in Hawai'i (by Furukawa, Toshiaki); 13. The construction of emotion in multilingual computer-mediated interaction (by Gonzalez-Lloret, Marta); 14. Author index; 15. Subject index

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