読者です 読者をやめる 読者になる 読者になる

translation

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #13

Sacks argues that members can identify "possible descriptions" solely on the basis of formal features such as those he describes. 訳:サックスは、次のように主張している。成員は、彼(サックス)が説明したような秩序だった特性から成る基盤に支…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #12

Notice two points of perspective shared with linguistics and ethnoscience. There is, first, the view that analysis of human sciences need not wait for results from other sciences and that communicative sequences can be analyzed as entities…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #11

Members are seen as using social knowledge in three ways: (a) to recognize particular strings of sentences as possible or potentially valid instances of descriptions, stories, conversations, etc.; (b) to achieve certain social effects: to …

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #10

His aim is to show how listeners must utilize their own knowledge of the social system to interpret the juxtaposition of these terms in conversation. 訳:彼の目的は、次のことを明らかにすることである。どのように聞き手たちが、会話のなかで、…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #9

He studies the semantic and theoretical strategies by which speakers identify themselves or react to others, his analysis concentrates on the use of particular nouns or verbs such as 'mother,' 'baby,' 'shortstop,' 'baseball team,' 'hairsty…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #8

But unlike the linguists, who in their concern with literary style tend to be concerned with texts per se, Sacks focuses specifically on verbal exchanges between speakers. 訳:しかし、言語学者とは異なっている。文体論について関心がある言語…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #7

Sacks deals with material on which linguists have also worked-the coherence of texts [how it is that sentences are heard as a connected text and not as an arbitrary list (Hassan 1968)] and the delimitation of semantic fields. 訳:サックス…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #6

There must, therefore, be implicit kinds of knowledge in terms of which this ability can be explained. 訳:そのため、この能力が説明可能となる点から、それとなく示されるタイプの知識があるに違いない。 implicitは、どう訳すべきなのだろうか。 辞…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #4

In the present chapter, which contains material to be incorporated in more detailed form in his book (Sacks in press), he develops a conceptual apparatus for the empirical study of the specific ways in which what Garfinkel calls practical …

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #3

His research has been concerned with natural conversation, analyzed to discover how its structure and resources reflect speakers' social knowledge. 訳:彼の研究は、自然な会話がテーマとされ、その組織や諸資源が、話し手の社会的知識をどのよう…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #2

He received his doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley, and has taught at the University of California, Los Angeles. 訳:彼は、カリフォルニア大学バークレー校で博士号を取得し、カリフォルニア大学ロサンゼルス校で教師をしている…

HARVEY SACKS (1972) On the Analyzability of Stories by Children #1

数年かけて、サックスの「子どものお話の分析可能性」を一文一文訳していきたいと思う。飽きずに最後までちゃんと訳させるかが心配だ。サックスの英語は難しいと評判なので、そこも不安である。 Harvey Sacks is an associate professor of sociology at the…