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 elicit a response, to get the floor, to induce somebody to grant a favor, etc.; (c) to communicate affect such as praise, criticism, humor, etc.




メモ: to induce somebody to grant a favor 、親切をするように仕向けるでいいのだろうか。ここで、somebodyがでてくるのがよくわからない。おそらく、大意として誰かの親切や好意を引き出すようにするということでいいのだろう。